Saturday 16 January 2021

Lawful Captive.

"It isn’t the mountains ahead to climb that wear you down. It’s the pebble in your shoe." — Muhammad Ali.

You do know you don't on a 24/7 basis control your life? You have been hacked. You are a lot of times doing what you probably have no conscious note on. Am I right, or am I right? Anyone care to contest?

We are all slaves of the habits and patterns we at some time or the other subscribed and or swore to. At some point or the other, we swore to be faithful, loyal, and honest to some set of rules attributable to some habit pattern either voluntarily or involuntarily, conscious or unconscious.

At the penning of our name, to the contrary, we were hacked. We took on a new belief, which got registered in the core of our being, our central control system as a new program for a living, a belief. This has no business with a belief system being right or wrong, uplifting, or demeaning. It is simply one.

Once penned, it is sacrosanct and is efficacious over our life irrespective of what our desires, wants, etc., might be. We have sold our souls to the devil or to God, depending on the specifics of the belief. If your life has a repeat failure cycle, check what you believe in that area.

The enemy might just be in the house, not outside. One of my native proverbs goes thus, "Kokoro ton je efo, inu efo lowa." Meaning, "the insert that is eating the vegetable is inside the vegetable." Another African proverb goes thus, "When there is no enemy within, the enemy without can do you no harm."

There is smoke without fire. Check yourself out. Stop troubling VP (village people). You are the carrier of your own problem. Answer to you, and the coast will be clear. Ensure you know your unconscious drivers, I mean your beliefs. Keep the empowering ones. Get rid of the ones stopping you in your own tracks.

You have the right over what you believe or not, and you need no one's permission for that. Get to work on it. You got some housekeeping to do. When are you going to start?

I believe in all things good. I choose to believe in life. What about you?

It's Your Neighbor.
St. Akin de Great.

© 2021 Akin Akinbodunse.

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