Freedom Friday on a Saturday – Change

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change-4-1imepycIf you live in Nigeria at the moment, the most popular word in recent times is CHANGE and if ‘CHANGE‘ were to charge us every time we called his name, he’d be smiling to the Bank per second. Sadly, Change can’t afford to be caught in the monotony of stability or ‘sanity’ as he must keep up with his title. Like they say and it is quite paradoxical that “Change Is The Only Constant Thing In Life”. The thought of Change being constant is preposterous!

Well, I’m given to Change, as long as it is for the better. So tonight, I’m going to change things on my knees or standing – however I deem comfortable – through prayers. I need things to be Peaceful, I work on them and I pray. I need a job, I apply, prepare for the post/interview and pray etc. The world is going crazy…I pray and change things.

What if things don’t CHANGE? What if it is all in the grand plan for the end to be beautiful? Then, it is wise to connect with One who knows the end from the beginning and that’s where I am, not just for the moment but for life!

Seasoned Sistah2 came to a point she had to make some changes in her life for the better. Let’s do this trip with her and learn other ways to fight pain. Read it up. Sadly, we couldn’t get her more nature pictures for this week. But lets see how that goes next week.

It’s Freedom Friday on a Saturday, we have to PRAY!

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© 2015. Frances Kelvin Otung. All rights reserved

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4 responses »

  1. Change can be so destructive. The key is to build on the new ideas and let them take over the old. Start with one honest politician then there may a second then a third. The main purpose of the government to serve the people and this idea has been forgotten – all over the world.
    Leslie

    • Good that you should tie it to politicians as they don’t understand the beauty of service anymore and they boldly let the people down.
      I love what you said about building on new ideas and allowing them take over the old…not relocating old ideas from the back of the dusty cupboard to the top of the shelf!
      Thank you Leslie

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