#Sadbuttrue series (iv)✍

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1. Keeping a grudge is like keeping garbage you can’t use, yet it’s taking up space and no one is paying you rent. #SadButTrue

2. Malice is a demonstration of your faith in the pain caused you in the past. It keeps you stuck. #SadButTrue

3. Rather than perpetuate pain. Promote peace, stir up joy and spread love. #SadButTrue

4. They hurt you?Don’t hold it against them. Hold them up in prayer. #SadButTrue

5. Some people may think this post is targeted at them. No. Everyone alive will need one of the points at some point. #SadButTrue

6. Forgiving people is not just a good idea. It’s a GOD idea. Actually, more than an idea. It’s an instruction. #SadButTrue

7. How you respond to a situation can be more important than the situation. #SadButTrue

8. Your ability to overlook an offense determines the degree of dominion you’d exercise over many other things. #SadButTrue

9. Wisdom will help you solve problems. A large heart will help you accommodate people. You need both. #SadButTrue

10. When all is said and done, let the love of God in your heart pour through your daily walk.

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Look Back! Don’t wanna grow up again!😒

*Look Back*

Somewhere between being woken up on birthday mornings by our parents and staying up till 12 to receive phone calls from our friends, we grew up.
Somewhere between, “Yay! I can write with a pen from tomorrow” in school and “Dude, do you have an extra pen?” in college, we grew up.
Somewhere between “Dad! I want these chocolates to distribute them in school for my birthday” and “hey, my treat today”, we grew up.
Somewhere between playing Snake on our dad’s ‘dabba’ mobile and playing Temple Run/Candy Crush on our smartphones, we grew up.
Somewhere between using Paint in weekly computer classes and using Instagram filters on phones, we grew up.
Somewhere between Pinball and Counter Strike, we grew up.
Somewhere between Maths and Accounts, Civics and Public Administration, we grew up.

Somewhere between Cartoons and News Bulletins, we grew up.
Somewhere between “Just 5 More minutes, Mom” and pressing the snooze button on our phones, we grew up.

The hardest part about change is that it is inevitable.

Looking back now, isn’t it a wonder that we ever even wanted to grow up? 👶👦👧