YOUR WISH IS MY COMMANDadmin
“Parents can only give good advice or put u on the right paths, but the final forming of a person’s life lies in their own hands”
The story of Aladdin of old remains a fictitious story that teaches me some awesome principles of success. Once Aladdin rubs his hand on the lamp, saying his wish, a huge image shows up that carries out Aladdin’s wish immediately. Yes, the gene says “your wish is my command” but yet it’s your own responsibility to raise your capacity to the height you commanded the gene to position or make happen for you.
I may get you a job but I can’t do it for you. I may sponsor your wedding but I can’t make the marriage work for you. I may connect you to the president but I can’t sustain the relationship for you. No worries about God concerning his promises for me and you. God’s promises are like the gene. His promises are yea and amen.
“Man is condemned to be free; because once thrown into the world, he is responsible for everything he does. It is up to you to give your(life) a meaning.”
But the big problem is your readiness. Many people have access to the President but how many of them have translated that connection to wealth. You may stumble on money but not on wealth. Wealth is built as a house is built. You can call the gene your friend but he is not your friend nor your enemy.
The gene represents God and life. It represents what God can do in a life of any of his children who care to say what he wishes. Principles are not partial neither is it nepotistic. Your dreams today are your realities tomorrow. But if you fail to build capacity to sustain what you have obtained, you will crash.
Therefore, I enjoined you in this new era to brace up. N8.9 trillion naira has been signed as the budget. The profit of the earth is for all, even the king is served from it. Your time starts now. The race has begun. The ball is right in your court. The gene is in front of you waiting for your next command.
“In the long run, we shape our lives, and we shape ourselves. The process never ends until we die. And the choice we make are ultimately our own responsibility.”