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Monday Motivation — July 23, 2018

Monday Motivation

Straight from the EPISTLES of the APOSTLE himself! 👌

Getting caught up with your past victories is one of those things you cannot afford to do. It is important that you learn to be the master of your fate and the captain of your soul by taking over new territories. There will always be fresh battles waiting for your conquest. While on the other hand, it is also important you get over your past failures too. Process every experience of defeat as a lesson on how not to do things. You are not a failure!
A few experiences of defeat are not enough to change your triumphant nature. Get over the past and move on with your destiny.
Thank God for the victories and breakthroughs that you have experienced in the past.
★ Disengage from your past.Continue reading.

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Oh! It Is Malaria. — July 14, 2018

Oh! It Is Malaria.

If it didn’t happen to me, I would have argued that it’s a hearsay, but here I am writing about it. I’ve not been feeling too good for over a month now, but I mostly just attribute it to stress and harsh weather, so, I usually just rest it out and after a while, I’ll feel better. Until last week, I started having nightmares (that I wake up from, feeling the physical exhaustion from the struggles in my dream). I remember one that I woke up panting and paranoid (because I was running from someone). And honestly, I wasn’t scared. I didn’t see it as a spiritual thing (like my culture might have made me do), I only talked about it to a friend and it was on a very light mood. I was sure I’m fine, I’m in a good place (could be better tho) where relating with God is. So I basically just assumed it might just be images that conjured up because of the different Action and Crime movie series I’ve been watching lately. So no worries.
Well, until this last Sunday when I woke up with a very bad body pain which was all over (with more concentration on my thighs). Apparently, I had a nightmare where I was fighting using my body and kicked so hard till I woke up. What made this nightmare different was the pains, it felt so real but I chose not to pay attention to it. I went to church, went for lunch, came back and had a nap. I woke up from the nap with a very high body temperature and that was when I panicked. This ain’t no joke. . . Couldn’t reach my mum so I called my Pastor who prayed with me late that night because I was so scared to sleep (what I didn’t realize was that those struggles in my dreams was my body fighting the fever hitting it – I think it should have a psychological link tho).
I told a friend who insisted I go to the hospital because he has read about malaria causing nightmares and my symptoms are obviously fever so he encouraged me to treat malaria, which I did, the next day (Monday).
I took to Google (make it your bestfriend) to do my personal research and guess what I saw, he was right. According to FDA reports on ehealthme.com; Nightmares is found among people with Malaria, especially for people who are male, 20-29 years old, gender wise – 47.77% female and 52.23%male. I also found out that there are some co-existing conditions for people who have nightmares when down with malaria, and these are;
– Vestibular Disorder (disorders of the body’s balance (vestibular) system in the inner ear)
– Enteritis Infectious (infection with feline parvovirus (fpv), also known as feline panleucopenia virus)
– Preventive Health Care
– Multiple Allergies (allergy to multiple agents)
– Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
While the top symptoms for people with nightmares when malaria hits them includes;
– Insomnia (sleeplessness)
– Depression
– Dizziness

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The MAVERICKS — July 9, 2018

The MAVERICKS

Couldn’t think of a better analogy, call me a foodie. . . But, you get the point. There are better meals on the menu, you don’t have to take what others ordered too. #DoYou!

I’ve never been a fan of/for stereotypes. I’m a maverick true and through. For some, they prefer to be termed ROGUE, others choose MISFITSamongst other concepts, I mostly prefer to refer to myself as NOT YOUR REGULAR TYPE OF GIRL.Generally, people who are seen as different are those not comfortable with their surroundings and are seen to be disturbingly different than others not because their choices have negative effects on them or others but because they dare to be pragmatic about their lifestyle and not just the usual banality. No need to hoodwink themselves about choices they will be doleful about. And no matter where their choices take them, they remain full of character and integrity, steadfast without reservation, without stopping, why? Because, they realize that this is more than an iconoclastic behavior, fad, evanescent, or a trendy term. This is a lifestyle.
Just because everyone you know is doing a particular thing or having a particular thing doesn’t mean its the best for you. Sometimes, what you see is just a ploy, most of these people wish they chose otherwise but gets stuck in the moment that all they could do is just move on with their choices. But, in a bid to feel among, people make whimsical choices and prefer to take what they think to be the safer route because they know some persons doing so too.
Maybe, some of us aren’t just meant to make conventional choices. Maybe standing alone and different isn’t such a bad idea afterall. Maybe you are what the crowd needs to see to know they are following the wrong way. Maybe the worst decision you’ll ever make is living your life in conformity with the laid down norms. Continue reading.