Monthly Archives: February 2012


After a major disaster in a company, the management team sat to review the incident. At the meeting, stories were told of people who were alive because of ‘L I T T L E’ things:

 One person survived because his son started kindergarten.

Another fellow was alive because it was his turn to bring in the snacks.

One woman was late because her alarm clock didn’t go off in time.

One was late because of an auto accident and was stuck in traffic.

One spilled food on her clothes and had to take time to change.

One person missed the disaster because the car won’t just start.

One had a child that didn’t get ready on schedule.

Another person couldn’t get a taxi on time.

 Next time before you complain about been stuck in a traffic, miss an elevator, turn back to answer a telephone plus every other supposed little things that annoys you; choose to think closely and be sure that is exactly where you should be at such seemly unpleasant moments.  Any time your morning seems to be going wrong, the children are slow getting dressed, you can’t seem to find the car keys, you hit the traffic light at your turn, don’t get mad or frustrated. All things are working together for your good. You need those breaks sometimes to learn patience, appreciate life and largely to acknowledge God who is still constantly at work in your life!

Stop, Pause, Think of His goodness this week! 


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Have you heard of the story of the Cherokee Indian youth’s rite of passage? 

His father takes him into the forest, blindfolds him and leaves him alone. He is required to sit on a stump the whole night and not remove the blindfold until the rays of the morning sun shines through it. He cannot cry out for help to anyone. Once he survives the night, he becomes a MAN.  He is expected not to tell the other boys of his experience, because each lad must come into manhood by going through the same process. During the night the boy is naturally terrified. He can hear all kinds of noises. Wild beasts must surely be all around him he thinks all through the night, maybe even some human might do him harm. The wind blows the grass and earth, and shakes his stump, but he sits stoically, never removing the blindfold. It would be the only way he would become a man! Finally, after a horrific night the sun appears and he removes his blindfold. It is then that he discovers his father sitting on the stump next to him. He had been with him the entire night, protecting his son from harm.

 How many people can do this, how many people can trust so much, without doubting, the boy sat there all night with random thoughts, and still he was not moved to remove the sash around his eyes, the confidence is awesome, he knows that the night is horrible, he knows not what creeps up behind him, he has no idea what next to befall him, but he was steadfast, now this is TRUST, this is loyalty, this is dedication. I ask a few questions here 1) How many of us would go through the night without removing the blindfold? 2) How many people can trust you enough to listen to your authority? How many people can take you for your words? Search yourself, build trust, and build competence.

 Today, be aware that you are never alone even when we cannot visibly recognise it. God is watching over you, sitting on the stump next to you. When trouble comes – the loss of a job, relationships, opportunities, pains or disappointment and all seems dark and lonely, all we have to do is reach out to Him for He is our ever present help in times of challenges. His presence is available to all those who acknowledge Him


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Purpose: Purpose is the result, the end, aim or goal of an action intentionally undertaken. In human life, there is a fundamental need for guiding ideals that give meaning to our actions – and this fundamental need determines the pattern and the direction at which the result are achieved. Purpose is central to a good human life. Helen Keller wrote that happiness comes from “fidelity to a worthy purpose”. I run with purpose in every step. Purpose is what gives life a meaning.

Desire: Your desire is the key that unlocks the energy within to make things happen for you. It’s also the key to a long and interesting life. Nothing stops the man who desires to achieve worthwhile goals in life. The desire accomplished is sweet to the soul.

Decision: It is your decision that determines your destiny. Your limitation is a function of your decision. The scripture says,” You can do all things through Christ who strengthens you”.

Self-discipline: “Self-discipline is a form of freedom. Freedom from laziness, lethargy, expectations of others, weakness, fear and doubt. Self-discipline is the ability to get yourself to take action regardless of your state of mind (emotional). Self-discipline can empower you to overcome any addiction, wipe out procrastination, disorder, and ignorance. It’s a state of mind; you could call it character in action. ‘Every athlete exercises self-control in all things”

Today affords us another opportunity to utilise the tools in our life kits as we strive to achieve worthwhile goals and greatness in our life endeavours. Be committed to these life virtues and it’s just a matter of time the evidence of profiting will appear to all.

 Ayo Daniels

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Hello readers, welcome to a new month, January has been a busy month with so much drama, well we made it through, many people have taken lessons out of the issues faced last month. How do we move ahead? how do we get the best out of life, Too many of us stand on the dock waiting. We want the ship in place, the gangplank perfectly positioned, the weather right, and an engraved invitation before we’re willing to launch out. It will never happen! Dreams don’t move toward us, we have to move toward them. One author writes: ‘It’s time to quit waiting for perfection, inspiration, permission, reassurance, someone to change, the right person to come along, the kids to leave home, the new administration to take over, an absence of risk, someone to discover you, a clear set of instructions, more self-confidence, or the pain to go away. Instead of saying, ‘We’ve never done it before,’ say, ‘We have the opportunity to be first.’ Instead of saying, ‘We don’t have the resources,’ say, ‘Necessity fuels invention.’ Instead of saying, ‘There’s not enough time,’ say, ‘We’ll change how we work.’ Instead of saying, ‘We’ve already tried that,’ say, ‘We learned from experience.’ Instead of saying, ‘We don’t have the expertise,’ say, ‘Let’s network with those who do.’ Instead of saying, ‘Our vendors and customers won’t go for it,’ say, ‘Let’s show them the opportunities.’ Instead of saying, ‘We don’t have enough money,’ say, ‘Maybe there’s something we can cut.’ Instead of saying, ‘We’re understaffed,’ say, ‘We’re a lean, hungry team.’ Instead of saying, ‘It’ll never get any better,’ say, ‘We’ll try one more time.’ Instead of saying, ‘Let somebody else deal with it,’ say, ‘I’m ready to learn something new.’ Instead of saying, ‘It’s not my job,’ say, ‘I’ll be glad to take the responsibility.’ Instead of saying, ‘I can’t,’ say, ‘By God’s grace I can!’

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