Challenges will never cease to exist. - Ejiro Osakede

If there is one thing I have learned in the little time that I have been on Mother Earth, it is the fact that challenges will never cease to exist. And no matter how figured out we seem, there will always be an area where we struggle or don’t have it all together. 

So, I have resolve, never to allow the challenges I face to stop me from doing the things that I feel and sometimes convinced that I am called to do. 

I use the word feel because its not every time that I am super sure of what I am doing. But once I am unable to push a feeling of an idea off my head and heart I go with it and act on it, knowing that even if its not what I am meant to do, It will turn out to be a learning curve for me. It will either teach me something about myself or something about others or just something about life generally. 

And oh, for the times that I am convinced without doubt, there is no given, even if my world is upside down I will still go ahead with it because the fulfillment that comes with it is simply priceless. 

So, what is my encouragement for you today? You are not alone. You are not the only one with bills to pay, you are not the only one who doesn’t have life figured out, you are not the only one who isn’t happy with the level of results that you are churning out. You are not the only one who is not happy with the state of your finance, relationships and peace of mind. 

One thing is certain though, it will come to pass. And if you still and wait for it to pass without going ahead to do the things that calls to your soul, you would have experienced double waste. A waste of the experience you would have had should you have gone ahead to do what you need to do regardless of the challenges, and a waste of time that you may never be able to regain. Because just when you heave a sign of relief that one phase of challenge is over, you step into another one seamlessly. 

So, let no challenge stop you from being who you were created and meant to be. Act on that idea, put your best to make that relationship work (if it ends up not working, the work you put into it would have at the least changed you and your perspective about life). 

I do hope that you find this helpful and encouraging. 

I love you, but remember that God loves you way more. 

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