We are all practitioners of perfection. everyone is practicing to be perfect…

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…Pushing your limits is what allows you to grow stronger, so if you find yourself feeling passive, it can make sense to dial it up a little. Get moving. Accomplish something small. Do something you enjoy. Embrace what moves you. And start again.”
― Max McKeown, #NOW: The Surprising Truth About the Power of Now
“Nothing Can Beat Hard Work, But Hard Work Itself”
― Syed Sharukh
“You don’t get what you wish for; you get what you work for.”
― Daniel Milstein, Rule #1 Don’t Be #2
“There are three key questions that must/should guide you in life;
1. What is your identity?
2. What is /are your value(s) to others? and
3. Where is your final destination after everything?”
― WISDOM KWASHIE MENSAH (WKM)
“Don’t disappoint anyone by telling them that they are weak enough to fight for their rights. Encourage them by telling that they are strong enough to fight for their rights. Because they want your support not your sympathy.”
― G.K. Dutta
“If there is something, you want to achieve, think of the way you’ll pass, difficulties you’ll meet, think of the sacrifice because nothing you can achieve without sacrifice and we ignore what we love so as to get what we want”
― Ntambara Sylvestre Owen Berbason
“It’s time to change my life and see the world.”
― Jennifer Coletta
“I am not in it for the success, I am in it for the victory…nothing less.”
― Account Closed

“The simple truth is that life goes on whether we’re ready or not.
The question we need to ask ourselves is, do we find a way to embrace it, or do we
sit back and allow it to pass us by?”
― Lorri Faye
“The person in whose presence you stay in the secrets will determine where you will stay in the open.”
― ANIKOR Daniel
“It is not about the building, but about what the building can produce.”
― ANIKOR Daniel
“Anyone who develop his talent and or gifts will become an essential commodity.”
― ANIKOR Daniel
“There is always a need for a visionary man; your vision will make you relevant in the scheme of men and your relevance will birth the needed money depending on the level of your functional-ability.”
― ANIKOR Daniel
“The voices you listen to and obey determine to a large extent what you become.”
― ANIKOR Daniel
“A grandmother’s love is selfless all the way to the bones.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, Me Before Them
“…the depth or humaneness of our love depends on the wideness of our souls.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, The Fire and Ice Legend
“Singers, actors or artists who touch on sorrow are trying to give comfort to aggrieved souls by giving some meaning to their sorrows.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando
“…The world gets blessed every now and then with unique souls who though burdened by their invisible crosses, still have the extraordinary strength to forge ahead in life and give others a helping hand at the same time. Despite their tribulations, most of us think they are fine. Even when the weight of their crosses become unbearable, even when they proceed in a breathless manner, we still have a hard time understanding that they are drowning. In fact, we even condemn them for failing to sacrifice more…”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, Disciples of Fortune
“Those who expect opportunities to happen will never get as far as those who make opportunities happen.”
― Jennifer Coletta
“Never go for someone that represents something that is more of a fantasy than reality in this crazy world of lonely people, unless it is for the shortest time possible, and unless you have clearly figured out an exit strategy.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, Me Before Them
“A man has a hard time feeling fulfilled when he lives a life that does not serve a purpose that is more than himself.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, Me Before Them
“A good relationship with our children is the ultimate comfort we have while dying.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, Me Before Them

“With true love, you can move mountains, make unusual sacrifices, live a life of deprivations and still be happy.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, The Girl on the Trail

“…Unsettling emotions are capable of messing up the most beautiful minds in this world.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, Dark Shades
“What is the purpose of wealth if it cannot serve an ideal that enhances humanity and betters the lives of the people, even if that means those we have never met before in our lives?”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, Me Before Them
“You know you are getting old when yesterday turns out to be a fading memory you have difficulties recollecting, when today becomes a challenge that is hard to grasp and when tomorrow promises an uncertainty that you dread encountering.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, Me Before Them
“the depth or humaneness of our love depends on the wideness of our souls.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, Me Before Them
“You can’t say you love man as an individual if you have not dealt with the person’s complex personality, his or her unfamiliar habits, disturbing impulses and biological makeup.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, Me Before Them
“I believe there are no wrong decisions, just different consequences.”
― Liimu McGill, The MomStar Manifesto
“When faced with difficulties, a humble, understanding, appreciative and selfless person finds it easy to win a friend. On the other hand, a temperamental, egoistic, condensing, self-absorbed, self-conceited and narrow-minded person who lacks the basic sense of humility easily loses friends when in distress.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, Me Before Them
“Unsettling emotions are capable of messing up the most beautiful minds in this world.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, Me Before Them
“The basis of love that most people share is the intimacy they developed with their partners, the intensity of their attraction, or the similarity of their thought patterns.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, The Fire and Ice Legend
“The masses often let themselves down and even those at the forefront who are hoisting the flag of the cause that is intended to alleviate their miseries. However, they do not do so out of wickedness or malice. Often times, they betray their interests out of incomprehension, docility and resignation to the status quo. In a subtle way, the masses often end up collaborating with those oppressing them.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, The Fire and Ice Legend

“Man craves joy far more than anything else in life, but there is nothing as madly intoxicating as the feeling of joy that comes from the soul.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, The Girl on the Trail

“The three rules to writing a novel;

1) Write
2) Write more
3) Keep writing”
― Scifurz
“A man can’t talk of true happiness if he has never known true love—the trusting, selfless and unconditional love that I took for granted.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, The Girl on the Trail
“People who create their own opportunities are more successful than people who expect opportunities to be created for them.”
― Jennifer Coletta
“Prayer is a pillar.”
― Lailah Gifty Akita
“Prayer leads to peace.”
― Lailah Gifty Akita
“I would rather listen to someone who tried and failed than someone who dreamed but never tried.”
― Jennifer Coletta
“There’s just one advice for an aspiring writer; write.”
― Scifurz
“If I can create something unique in the world, so can you.”
― Scifurz
“…The world gets blessed every now and then with unique souls who though burdened by their invisible crosses, still have the extraordinary strength to forge ahead in life and give others a helping hand at the same time. Despite their tribulations, most of us think they are fine. Even when the weight of their crosses become unbearable, even when they proceed in a breathless manner, we still have a hard time understanding that they are drowning. In fact, we even condemn them for failing to sacrifice more…”
― Janvier Tisi, Disciples of Fortune
“The strength is given to me by the recognition I don’t waste it in vain.”
― Anton Staroverov
“Avoid people who hurt from an impulse. I mean people who have this tendency to relish their capacity to hurt the good souls of this world, and who after hurting, wake up the next day without a trace of despondent brooding, and then move on with life never thinking that they should show some remorse or try to repent.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, The Girl on the Trail
“The narrow-minded find it convenient to create stereotypes, and then try to fit everybody, everything and every situation into those stereotypes.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando
“… People who are the spices of this world are the natural souls with instincts and impulses that have not been pruned by evolution and civilization.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, The Girl on the Trail
“Never allow yourself to be sapped of your extraordinary energy that is the necessary ingredient for creating something new and progressive.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, The Girl on the Trail
“…the truest feeling of happiness is the security that comes with being loved.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, The Girl on the Trail
“Perhaps fate has a way of turning things around and making something good out of the action of someone who failed humanity without meaning to.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, The Girl on the Trail
“We need the wisdom to accept the fact that this world abounds with issues we cannot solve; and we need to part ways with those people, ideas and things that are a vexation to the soul.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, The Girl on the Trail
“We still need to give our best to life even if we do not understand the purpose of our existence on earth.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, The Girl on the Trail
“There is no bigger gratification than the realization of the things you believe in after overcoming all the odds.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, The Girl on the Trail
“Most of the truly kind people of this world show some measure of discomfort when offered kindness. Their gratitude stems not only from their understanding of the depth of the force of kindness, but also from their conviction that kindness should not be taken for granted.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, The Girl on the Trail
“Never give up the freeness of your soul. Live your duty to mankind, nurture creatures of this world as a true mother of the earth, but never shut your imagination off from those desires that distinguish you from the ordinary. Never allow yourself to be sapped of that extraordinary energy that is the necessary ingredient for creating something new and progressive.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, The Girl on the Trail
“At what point is normal natural?”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, The Girl on the Trail
“When we tend to be too hard on those we love, we erode the softness of our souls in the process, taking out the humanity within us that is the nucleus of our goodness, even if our actions are for their own sake.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, The Girl on the Trail
“So, you see; you have the soul of a missionary, the heart of a revolutionary and the mind of a reformer. But what are you to yourself and the family and friends who will always be there for you?”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, The Girl on the Trail
“The true leaders of our time, the legends of this world or the movers of the movers are the towering figures that are blessed with beautiful minds, receptive ears and directing voices. They are the ones we should emulate in life.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, The Girl on the Trail
“Isn’t reality based on the prevailing culture, the trend that people want to identify with?”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, The Girl on the Trail
“The scrupulous survivors in life are the best counterweight to unscrupulous survivors.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, The Girl on the Trail
“Hold onto your creativity, that idealism that is rooted in some degree of innocence and a firm belief in something finer than the things we already have.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, The Girl on the Trail
“In your selflessness pursuit of things higher than yourself, you appear selfish or inconsiderate to those who truly love you and who have cared deeply about you from the first day you came into their lives.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, The Girl on the Trail
“Writers are the most pathetic souls when it comes to expressing their own feelings. Their personalities are as complex as the characters they weave.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, The Girl on the Trail
“Some honest people think it is better to know the ways of the devil without being evil.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, The Girl on the Trail
“…our recollections bring out our joyful smiles, but hardly make us chortle or guffaw; our recollections often leave imprints on our faces that show our regrets, but they hardly produce sounds that echo the depth of those regrets.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, The Girl on the Trail
“The selfish and self-centered have a hard time being kind, even though you and I know that kindness is a source of relief to the soul.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, The Girl on the Trail
“I think preconceived ideas or prejudgments are meant to give us an edge whenever we are dealing with others we don’t know or haven’t made the effort to understand.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, The Girl on the Trail
“Life is full of intriguing souls that you cannot penetrate… An uncomfortable percentage of those anguished and impregnable souls also have suffering hearts that are further tormented by a deluded mind. They will hurt out of an impulse, and then live their lives after that without the slightest remorse.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, The Girl on the Trail
“In dealing with others, man is inherently a slave to his preconceptions, to the stereotypes he became familiar with that made life easier for him to comprehend.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, The Girl on the Trail
“The writer is the cursed artist of the soul. The expression of his art is a reflection of his quest to understand man by unraveling the mysteries that have been haunting humankind from time immemorial. In the end of his journey to understand man, the writer becomes more human even though his soul ends up finding less peace.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, The Girl on the Trail
“Most people have this tendency to make judgments on others based on preconceptions, especially when they are dealing with them for the first time.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando
“Most people live lives that are full of mysteries, lives whose ultimate purpose we may never really understand. But for the sake of serenity, we must believe in life’s nobleness.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando, The Girl on the Trail
“Judgments based on preconceptions make life simple for us to deal with since that means we safely shield ourselves behind barriers of preconception that helped us feel safe in whatever views or assumptions we are having.”
― Janvier Chouteu-Chando

Compulsory

But thou shalt remember the lord thy God: for it is He that giveth thee power to get wealth that He may establish His covenant which He sware unto thy fathers, as it is this day. Deuteronomy 8:18
I can’t be used to obtain the savior and heaven.
-Money agreed.
Here money itself has agreed, I can’t be used to obtain a savior and heaven. What then can I say?
Money is an article which may be used as a universal passport to everywhere except to obtain a savior and heaven – W.F. Kumuyi.
On a leaflet was written, do you know that you’ll outlive the sun? Do you know that when the earth and the stars have all passed away, you’ll just be beginning your endless day – a time without end? Once you are born you’ll never cease to leave. You’ll live forever; you’ll be alive eternally. Eternity has no end. This is solemn and fearful truth. Suppose it were possible to tie a rope from the earth to heaven and an ant were to go to the end and return on this rope, when the ant has done that a hundred times, then a small fraction of eternity has passed. Suppose a small boy were to empty an ocean with a cup, the time it will take the boy to do so is a very tiny part of eternity. If it were possible to gather all the books that have ever been written in all fields of human Endeavour and in all languages, and a student were to read them one by one, the time he’ll spend reading all the books will only amount to a minute fraction of eternity. If a grain of sand at the seashore will represent a year only a small negligible part of eternity will all amount to. If a bird went to sharpen its beak once a year at a mountain, when the bird wears the mountain in this way, only an insignificant part of eternity would have passed. Eternity is the life- time of the never- dying God. And you’ll be alive eternally. Once born, a person remains consciously alive forever.
Eternity doesn’t terminate at the time of death. Death is just another wrung on the ladder of eternity. It’s only a gateway to eternity- eternity in heaven or in hell. There is the resurrection of life and there is the resurrection of damnation. There is no neutral place. These are stark realities you must face.
Choose you this day. Where do you want to spend eternity? You can only answer with an action.
Eternity in hell is sure for every sinner who refuses to repent. Choose you this day. Where’ll you spend eternity? With God in heaven? Then you must repent now. He that covereth his sins shall not prosper but whoso confesseth and forsaketh them shall have mercy. – Proverbs 28:13.

Confession (salvation pill)

Step one:
Place your right hand on your navel, close your eyes and imagine Jesus Christ standing before you.

Step two:
Prayer of salvation
Lord Jesus Christ, thank you for saving me. I believe you died for my sake. I surrender all to you. Purify, sanctify and justify me. Erase the consequences of my sins. Make me rapture able. Write my name in the book of life. Have mercy upon me and let your grace continually abide with me. Amen.

Wow!!! You have just signed into the resurrection of life. See how the hosts of angels are jubilating for you.
From now on:
But Seek ye first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added unto you. Matthew 6:33.

You shall prosper
…And he (you) shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his (your) fruit in his season, his leaves shall not wither, and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper… Psalm 1:1-3

Now therefore fear the lord, and serve Him in sincerity and in truth: and put away the gods your fathers served… Joshua 24:14.

…as for me and my house (family), we will serve the LORD…Joshua 24:15-16

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