DESTINY HAS NO COMPETITION

This post holds a lot of wisdom and a must read

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I was jogging this morning and I noticed a person about 1/2 a kilometer ahead.I could tell he was running a little slower than me and I thought, good, I shall try to catch him.I had about a kilometer before I needed to turn off. So I started running faster and faster.Every block, I was gaining on him just a little bit. After just a few minutes I was only about 100 meters behind him, so I really picked up the pace and pushed myself.You would have thought I was running in the last leg of an Olympic competition. I was determined to catch him.Finally, I did it! I caught and passed him. On the inside, I felt so good. “I beat him” Of course, he didn’t even know we were racing, as Dr Ben narrated.

After I passed him, I realized I had been…

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What is Your PDP for 2018?

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Your PDP is Your Personal Development Plans.

The year 2017 is almost over and we are at the bank of 2018, which is an empty slate that need to be write upon. Do not star the year without a plan.

Your PDP must be a Detailed, Well-Structured, Articulated and Written Plan that will demand your loyalty and commitment.

I want to give you a small guide as to writing your Personal Development plans.

Your PDP Guide must include the following:

  1. Building Spiritual Capacity (Moving from Just Relationship to Quality Fellowship with Your God)
  2. Inspirational and Motivational Books to Read in 2018 (weekly, monthly or quarterly)
  3. Professional And Career Development Seminars, Conferences or Workshops to attend. (Either Paid or Free)
  4. Mentors and Coaches you must connect with in 2018 that will add great value to your life and work.
  5. Relevant/Additional Skills to  Develop  or  Sharpen  to enhance your ability to  SERVE  people and  EARN  more.
  6. Events, Places, Cities and Nations to Visit for personal relaxation, recreation and education.
  7. Networks or Associations to join, that will serve as leverages for opportunities and connections (online or offline)
  8. What Products or/and Services will you be creating in 2018 to multiply IMPACT and increase INCOME.
  9. Negative Relationships or Friendships to cut off (that drains personal energy)
  10. Wise and Intelligent Investments to undertake in 2018.
  11. Negative Habits, Attitudes and Behaviours to confront and conquer.
  12. Positive Habits, Attitudes and Behaviours to cultivate in 2018.

Let Your Plans Begin Now!!! See you In 2018

Seven Habits to Completely Avoid in 2018.

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I was looking at 2017 and taking evaluation of the year and how to make amends for 2018.

I come across a video by Daniel Ally and he is talking about seven (7) habits to completely avoid, so I picked out his seven points to shear with you.

1. Comment searching.

This when we go through the comments on social media post before we make our own comments. Mostly when we do this we are looking for negative comments and at the end we lost our own opinion we are influenced by the comment we read. Comments searching rob us of our originality and creativity.

2. Impulse buying.

This is when we buy things based on impulse rather than need (or even want). When ever you see something and you just want to buy it without deep taught is not good. This is not to discourage you about buying things for yourself, we need to buy good things we need and spend on yourself.

Next time before you buy anything find out if it is what you need or want.

3. Over eating.

Over eating kills your productivity and on a spiritual level dulls your spiritual sensitivity. Like Daniel Ally say “must people that over eat are doing so because of what they miss in childhood”.

Learn a good eating habit of healthy food. I will suggest this eat a big healthy breakfast then a small lunch (if necessary) then a light dinner.

4.  Lust

Lust is a desire to have something without waiting for the right time. Lust can manifest in many forms is not necessary sexual in nature, it can be material lust and others.

Lust takes focus out of our lives, when you drive by lust your life will not productive.

The world now has many suggestion that triggers lust especially via social media, I want to advice that next time you’re tempted to lust, instead of giving it a second look or taught direct your mind towards a set goal in your life and remain focus.

5. Gossip

Every day and everywhere people talk about people. Must time we gossip unconsciously without taught to it.

Must of our discussion with others is about other, but what is been discussed is what make it out as a gossip or not, next time your engaged in discussion about another, take your time to assess the discussion if its healthy or harmful, true or false, productive or unproductive , positive or negative.

Must time people gossip about other because we never confront them, so next simple confrontation such as can we talk about another thing please can help stop gossip.

6. Drugs

Drugs or substance abuse is one of the greatest ills of our generation, must of the youth and some of the aged are addict to some sort of substance. Drugs is not just about crack, marijuana e.t.c. it is a wide range of substance, ranging from nicotine to alcohol. Tobacco smoking, drinking. I will encourage you to look deep into your mind and identify your addiction and change it ton something positive.

7. Drifting

Drifting is letting time pass by without you actually accomplishing anything. Must time in our busyness we let a lot of time drift by without doing anything meaning full.

I will encourage you to try and a lot more with your time, you can write a book, you can compose song, music, poems, write a play, a drama or script even a movie.

During those quite time at work or school, while on transit or taking a walk you can accomplish a lot of things.

This are not just the only things to avoid but this are few out of then many, this post might be an eye opener to other habits that you need to change.

Happy new year in advance.

Credit to Daniel Ally

I believe in Christianity

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I believe in Christianity as I believe that the sun has risen: not only because I see it, but because by it I see everything else.”

C.S. Lewis

Where feminism gets it wrong?

The best post I read about feminism

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Feminism is not a new term but it is a new popular term or we can say it’s the new trend. The dictionary definition of feminism is ‘the advocacy of women’s rights on the ground of equality of sexes’. Those who are calling themselves feminists or are the preacher of feminism these days can be categorized as; the show-offs, the hard-cores and the opportunists. Show-offs are those who don’t have any say and will follow any latest trend in the society just to look cool and updated. Hard-cores are those who have certain beliefs and follow a doctrine. The opportunists are those who have other motives which they are trying to fulfill by following and supporting feminism. These show-offs and opportunists are corrupting the concept of feminism because they don’t care whether women are getting their rights or not, they are only using it to their benefit. Opportunists are…

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How Smart People Behave 

​I saw  this and I taught it’s right for me share. 

1 change their mind

2 read more 

3 write more 

4 talk less, but say more  

5 stay teachable 

6 show appreciation 

7 ask lots of questions 

8 work on problems longer 

9 when stuck, ask for help 

10 have smarter friends 

11 seek feedback 

12 collaborat 

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Shedding Off Unwanted People

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Trees in desert regions shed their leaves in order to grow. It is not an easy process or simple steps, it has to first allow those leaves to dry up first before shedding them. They do that to help prevent lost of water through the process of photosynthesis. Shedding leaves helps to tress to grow and still be standing after many years.

As human we also need to learn from the activities of this trees, we need to learn to shed off some people from our lives. Those you might be likely to shed are family or friends. It is not going to be easy process but it worth it. Just like T D Jakes will say “let them go”.

Letting some people go, is not an indication that they are bad people but they are not more contributing meaning fully into your life and you have to let them go.

As the year is rounding up it time to start taking assessment of the people to shed just like the trees (here in the northern part of Nigeria, the tress have start to shed there leaves).

 

I Miss You Guys

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Happy weekend family, friends and fans

It has been a while since i last posted on my blog. I have been carried away by some other activities.

I am back now and i am working a a post title “photosynthesis” i know you all will love it.

Wishing you a lovely weekend.

Christ Is All That You Need


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In the pursuit of fulfillment in life, technology and social media allow you to capture every moment along the way. You’re not only on the fast track to success, but you get to show selfies at each lap along the way. Which only confirms how up-to-the-nano-second cool you are.

So get the biggest data plan you can, and collect wi-fi passwords at every stop. Check in at all the cool places. Share every inspirational thought you have, and every joke. Snap lots of pics. Get video clips, too, of course. And never stop uploading the whole show to the Cloud as you go.

Post everything online for the whole world to see. Pile up Likes and Friends and Followers until it’s all just one frenzied blur. Hustle until your real life exceeds your dreams. And finally, once you’ve reached the summit, I can guarantee you this one thing: your longing for more never stops. Like the latest technology, your achievements are outdated overnight.

Why? How could that be possible?

Because you were not created for earth. You were created for eternity. And there is nothing on this earth that can ever satisfy that spiritual longing you feel inside—even if you can collect it all.

Nothing.

When I was a teenager, years before I knew Christ, I would hear people say, “God makes a Christ-shaped void inside every person.” I remember that saying annoying me. I remember not understanding what they were talking about. But then one day I learned for myself why they said it: because it is absolutely true. Nothing outside of a living relationship with Christ can ever fill the emptiness of that ache inside your heart.

Your scavenger hunt for success will never be enough. Christ is what you’re searching for. He is your source. He is your strength. He is your sustainer. He is your joy. He is your contentment. He is your all and all. He’s everything that matters.

When Christ is all you have, you’ll finally realize that Christ is all you need.

Christ. Is. All. You. Need.

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Struggling To Met Up


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Never before in history have so many people had so much, yet felt so dissatisfied.

Some sociologists point to technology and social media as significant factors in our constant unhappiness. We are the first people in the history of the world who can peek inside the lives of others in real time. We carry tiny media powerhouses in our pockets that let us voyeuristically follow other people around, through all of their check-ins and pictures and video clips.

And if what we’re seeing in the lives of others seems better, more interesting and more fulfilling than our own lives, we feel like we’re missing out. Of course, that feed we’re watching may not necessarily reflect the whole reality. Most people generally put their best foot forward, showing you only the things they want you to see. Photoshopped and cropped, filtered and edited, what we see online makes our own reality seem dingy and dull.

No wonder we often feel so dissatisfied.

No matter how much we have, it can’t compare to what we need the most.

Perhaps no one has understood this better than the Apostle Paul. When Paul was in a prison in Rome, he wrote about his experiences and what he had learned. He basically said, “I’ve gone without the things that I need before. But I’ve also had times when I had more than enough. Life happens in seasons. I’ve had good seasons where everything was going well, and I’ve had hard ones where nothing went my way. But through them all, I’ve learned that there’s one secret to being content: I can do anything and everything—not by my own power—but through Christ. Jesus gives me the strength to handle anything that comes my way.”

You will always battle with discontentment until you let Christ be all that you need. You can chase after everything you’ve ever wanted and get it all. It won’t be enough.

At the end of the day, every day, you’ll still feel empty.

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