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values and what’s next – making it count

Good morning world, how are you doing?
I have had cause to think over a lot of things. Since my poetry collection, Bring our casket home came out, I have been experimenting on lots of writing – in poetry and now, my short story collection which I hope to get out soon.
I’m thinking, add a sprinkle of life to make people know what it is worth. Now, we have to realise that life doesn’t always give us the answers we want and in the end, we don’t know how it goes… Still, there’s that need to give it all our best and put value to those things that really mean much – family, friends, and the like. We have to also learn to say thanks – to Aondo, God the almighty for every single day and every breath. Someone said if you think it is your alarm clock that woke you up, try putting it beside a dead man.
To all those who have invested in us either by a compliment, a kind word or whatever, we should also always thanks.
As a writer, I learn each day, seeing legends flow on (there’s Maya who just joined the saints). The question rises of what life is about and what it is all for. After 86 years of great impact (Maya) or 90something for Mandela, what next?
We might never answer that but one truth is we can always create something of an explanation in our lives by always giving life our best shot while inspiring others/helping others grow.
May the times be kind and God bless us all. Amen…

Good morning.

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3 thoughts on “values and what’s next – making it count

  1. I wholeheartedly agree with you, Su’eddie. May I add that we should be – and rightfully so – thankful for our relationships: with one another, with other sentient beings, with the Universe. Thank you for this important work you do, both as an artist and as a friend to us.
    /tochi

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    1. Merci TNB… The post was written in one of those AHA moments. Your comment means much and yup, it comes in handy when one knows that some people ‘notice’ 🙂
      Daalu.

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