That, she’s bold
that, she’s vocal
that, she speaks her mind
that, she’s brave
That, she’s confident
that, she tries to defends her course
that she likes to speak candidly
that, she hates to be sabotaged
That, she doesn’t like to accept defeat
that, she’s firm
that, she believes in herself
that, she expresses herself with ease
That she’s being herself
that, she shuns pretenders
that, she hates mediocrity
Because of all these,
you call her Rude?
Is this really her Crime?
It seems no one can no longer
expresses him/herself without
being tagged as being rude
May God open our eyes
to see the people who are for us.
Life is too short
The world we’re living in is too big
But God’s love is too great to live ordinary.
Bless us Father!
Bless our Fathers more!
They’ve done well since
We squalled as a newborns in their arms.
They’ve provided us
Protection and friendship.
They’ve shown compassion when we go awry
Strength when we frail
Tender understanding when learning is slow
And righteous rage when we get naughty.
They would bend their knees,
They prays for
On their children, First
Bless us Father! But
Bless All Fathers
Of every Race
Young and Old
Rich or Poor
Struggling Single Fathers
Soulful Step Fathers
Faithful Foster Fathers…
Everyone of them who
And keep true friendship alive
With their prodigy,
Whose intentional parenting
May not always seem rewarding;
But keep at still.
Bless their unseen tears, dear Lord.
Strengthen their weary hearts
Make strong their feeble feets
And grant grace to
Watch their seedlings grow into oak
Happy Fathers’ Day!
Written by Chinny Onyemeh for the African Aviation Group. Copyright Protected.
Sometimes we act less than perfect
We get mad and yell at the least provocation
Sometimes we pout
We throw stuff beneath beds or buses
Or argue long beyond the point of common sense
Oops, we even tend to throw chairs around or kick tables in just a glance
Okay, maybe you don’t go that far
I don’t either, but I do flag out of anger most of the time.
If you have ever behaved less than professional, chances may be that,
you either felt bad about it later or you don’t.
My advice here is,
learn from your mistakes and allow things to slide away. And if you’re struggling to do so, console yourself with the fact that some people, I mean some very successful people have done much worse things than you.
Try and move on by improving upon your temper because, having a quick temper isn’t a good thing at all. It can destroy you when u least expect. It could be a weakness but you can work around it if you want too.
Do have a lovely day folks!