Abiodun is someone one can described as comfortable by some; a well paying job, property in his name, good connections and a loving family, yet he lacks something. Despite the fact that everyone sees him as successful, his inner voice would not be quiet nor leave him alone. He is hurt and unfulfilled. Instead of relishing in his achievements, he feels empty and is in need of help. His spirit and soul seek expression and everyone around him is oblivious of all these – family, friends and colleagues. The allegory within this story is an eye opener and it teaches a great deal on the price of freedom and inner satisfaction. Did Abiodun follow through on his choice or he lingers on...? Find out from DON’T DIE A LION IN THE CAGE.
Mother Worm advised her son, Wriggle, to construct an underground home beneath the green grass, but he gave flimsy excuses. She knew that below the grass was a good place to stay to hunt for food without getting noticed by preys. After all her pleas, he disagreed. Ant, the next door wise neighbour called her son in order to advise him and probably convince him. The Ant obliged and sought to have an audience with Wriggle. Wriggle gladly accepted Ant’s invitation to see him because Ant had been a very good neighbour. Read to find out lessons learnt from the ant and the worm.
It is a book that contains four basic wisdom principles, which can make life count if followed. They are woven in the pages of the scriptures and are able to make one wise. Wisdom does what it does best – to give life direction, because it is the principle thing in all human acquisition.This book establishes that life has an expiry date; no one gets to live for life. We all came at a time, and at another time, we will go, hence we must live a life that matters before our final exit. The life we have is a function of God’s grace; hence, we must live on purpose. In the world we live in, despite the fact that it is seriously perverted, discipline remains a hallmark of God-life. The systems of the world accommodate lasciviousness, but through discipline, we get to be molded and guided. Another principle is to honour God; honouring God makes life count. Those who honour Him, He honours back. The last of the principles shared in the book is that to live a life that counts, you must grow in knowledge because one cannot grow more one knows.
Dear Millennial contains insightful and spiritual thoughts for young people of this generation.
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