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Happy Friday. I know we are all excited for the weekend! I know I am..Continue Reading
I am a storyteller and I believe that lessons taught through a story stick with us forever.
Greatness is something that is nurtured from an early age, the formative years of our lives. The things we surround ourselves with, at the time can inherently develop our sense of ‘self’ and ‘being’ and in turn shape our future. Take my younger brother for instance, his English is very good and this can be attributed to watching a lot of cartoons and reading books. He is 10 years old but his level of reading is at a secondary school level. His wit is beyond measure and he can be said to be smarter than his age. Someone like him already has a foundation to be something great in the future.
Like I mentioned in the previous post, every Monday I shall leave a story with wisdom and life lessons laced in it that my father sends to me every week.
Every Thursday night like clockwork, I receive an email from my father that is similar to the one below. It is always a story with an important life lesson at the end. It has become such a routine that when I don’t receive it I become worried and ask him about it. In a way it is a means of a silent communication between us. And I have to say, as someone who loves stories, I find these ones to be very interesting and wise. They are not stories by my Dad, but I can imagine him saying things like that so to me they feel like his words. Daddy sends them to a few friends and family but I thought more people need to learn from these words of wisdom. So like clockwork, every Monday morning I shall share that weeks wisdom with you guys.
Twenty years ago, I drove a cab for a living. It was a cowboy’s life, a life for someone who wanted no boss. What I didn’t realize was that it was also a ministry. Because I drove the night shift, my cab became a moving confessional. Continue Reading