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Trully Life Is Tough.

Hmm!life is very tough,it is very tough,i'm most of the time feel very regretful of where i come from ,my family are very poor,never decide before given birth to me and i'm all alone and facing life very badly.

I've tried to educate myself,but couldn't b'se there's no one to surpport me from the fallen ground and i'm still laying on the ground.

I'd never thought in my life that i would be facing life very tough,b's my hope was education and my education has really fallen apart and i'm now doing waiter which's very regretful for me b'se my classmates are gone very far at the UNIVERSITIES and they are laughing at me.Hope God will send the right person to lift me up and i'm here awaiting for God help.

Yakubu Awa

moyoyo moyoyo 26-30, M 5 Responses Oct 21, 2007

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Moyoyo you get your mastership tomorrow and I am proud that you are doing so. You life is looking up my friend. Keep the faith and happiness will come to you.<br />
You are a great guy and I am proud to call you friend.

Yes Moyoyo is my friend and he struggles with so much, but he is a golden spirit, I am so glad some of you have commented and given him encouragement, as I have said, he will have great gifts and make great changes in the world when it is his time!!

I was, in my story, questing for a shaft of light - and I have found it. As a commentator said, God Bless. You have been lifted and are a gift.

And you said you lacked education... you are a beautiful soul. Good things are bound to come to you, you are filled with Gods love. God Bless

He has told me several times in my journey to "keep seeking peace." He also said for anyone to be successful: "Your motive must be noble and pure." To be successful, your motivation for meditation, (wait, listen, and watch), must be to seek peace; it cannot be to seek financial gain, a more powerful personality, power, religious position, spiritual gifts,* money, or prestige. These are all rooted in the ego flesh, which the Spirit mortifies in the meditation process. You must humbly approach meditation willing to give up anything asked; eager to crucify your lusts and affections; willing to repent of any evil in your heart revealed; and hopeful of receiving his words, light, spirit and peace in return. Without this motivation, you will receive little, if any, help. If you approach meditation, with reservations about something in your life you selfishly intend to retain, whatever asked, you will hear little. If you approach meditation, seeking specific answers to questions you have, therefore trying to set the agenda yourself, rarely will you hear.<br />
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*Do not seek gifts, seek the giver. If you seek gifts, you will not succeed. But if you seek the giver, you will be showered with gifts. William Penn said, "They, who seek power, are those who do not receive Christ in his convictions upon the soul, and therefore, they will always lack power; but those who seek his convictions, receive power, like those of old, to become the children of God, through the pure obedience of faith."<br />
He has told me several times in my journey to "keep seeking peace." He also said for anyone to be successful: "Your motive must be noble and pure." To be successful, your motivation for meditation, (wait, listen, and watch), must be to seek peace; it cannot be to seek financial gain, a more powerful personality, power, religious position, spiritual gifts,* money, or prestige. These are all rooted in the ego flesh, which the Spirit mortifies in the meditation process. You must humbly approach meditation willing to give up anything asked; eager to crucify your lusts and affections; willing to repent of any evil in your heart revealed; and hopeful of receiving his words, light, spirit and peace in return. Without this motivation, you will receive little, if any, help. If you approach meditation, with reservations about something in your life you selfishly intend to retain, whatever asked, you will hear little. If you approach meditation, seeking specific answers to questions you have, therefore trying to set the agenda yourself, rarely will you hear.<br />
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*Do not seek gifts, seek the giver. If you seek gifts, you will not succeed. But if you seek the giver, you will be showered with gifts. William Penn said, "They, who seek power, are those who do not receive Christ in his convictions upon the soul, and therefore, they will always lack power; but those who seek his convictions, receive power, like those of old, to become the children of God, through the pure obedience of faith."