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They told her to leave her husband because she's worth more than him. They told her she's beautiful and successful, that a woman of her standard deserves a better man with a better job income and personality . She listened to them and abandoned her home.
It has been over 7yrs since then and she's still looking for a better man that matches her standard. The funniest part is that those friends who told her to leave her man are still with their own husbands, doing everything possible to save their homes.

Be very careful from who and where you take your relationship and marriage advice. The only advice you can get from a fool is a foolish advice. Anyone who recommends divorce or break up to you at every slight argument with your partner is an enemy that appears like friend.

A lazy man and a poor man are never the same. If a man doesn't have today does not mean he will be lacking for life. As long as he's GOD fearing, loving, caring, and appreciative of your efforts, you don't have to worry yourself. There are only two ways to regret in life. BEFORE AND AFTER. A woman who choose never to be patience for a while might ends up enduring for life. Marriage is not a bed of roses.
Becarefull of this

Don't Marry Because of SEX,
Don't Marry because you are getting OLD,
Don't Marry because you are of AGE,
Don't Marry because you are LONELY,
Don't Marry because you Need someone to Support you FINANCIALLY. Don't Marry because you Mistakenly Got PREGNANT for Him, Don't Marry because you don't want to LOSE the person, Don't Marry because of Family PRESSURES,
Don't Marry because you Like the IDEA Of
Marriage, Don't Marry because of PITY or Out of PITY, Don't Marry because of TRIBE, Don't Marry because you Admire of WEDDING GOWN you See, Don't Marry because you Love KIDS,
Don't Marry because all your Friends are
getting Married, Don't Marry because of Physical/ Academic Qualifications. But

Marry Because you want to Fulfil DESTINY. I pray to God almighty to give the Best Life Partner to Settle down and enjoy the fruits of marriage in the name of God Almighty. Amen.

1. Cover each other's weaknesses

2. Celebrate each other's strengths

3. Have no topics that you cannot talk about. No judgment. Openness will open your mind to solutions

4. Consider each other's opinions and contribution

5. Be 100% in. Full commitment

6. Make incremental progress. Seek growth, not perfection

7. Develop a culture of reviewing your relationship; are we doing OK, and where can we improve?

8. Accept correction, be humble

9. Work on yourselves to be the best wife, the best husband

10. Have joint goals

11. Support each other in your individual goals

12. Keep each other as a priority even as you have friends

13. Thank God together. A thankful couple is a powerful couple

14. Don't compete with each other, accommodate each other

15. Bring whatever lessons or opportunities you learn out there into your marriage. Learn together

16. Be patient. Some wins take time

17. When you fall whether as a couple or as individuals, pick each other up

18. Protect what you have built together. It is very easy to lose it fast

19. Control your tempers. A lot of bad choices are made in moments of anger

20. Don't copy other couples. Create your testimonies.
Dear Men,


Masturbation is a like a drug which makes you “happy” for a moment but “hell” for long term.

MASTURBATION is a sign of a undisciplined man. You’re wasting your LIMITED energy on something with no benefits. You don’t have a clear mission to put your energy into.

Avoid pornography and masturbation. It corrodes your soul and hinders your growth.

Whenever you feel the urge to watch porn, go down and do twenty push ups or take a cold shower. For every time you masturbate, fast for twenty four hours. Go hard and you'll overcome.

If you masturbate, you are idle, you lack a masculine purpose where you can drive your energy. Chasing pleasure (eg women, sex, alcohol, drugs) is not a man's purpose.

A man's purpose is to spend his energy building, constructing, creating and solving problems.

If you deeply internalized the consequences of masturbation, you will not attempt to masturbate.

If you are struggling with it, change your environment. Your mind is the product of your environment. Don't be stuck in an environment that triggers cravings.

Get into a new environment, and meet new peers. Take charge of your space. Be the architect of your environment, not the victim.

Stay away from MASTURBATION. Masturbation numbs your sexual vitality. It erodes your dignity. It corrodes your soul. It destroys your relationships. DO NOT MASTURBATE.

Masturbation destroys your divine masculine energy. Addiction to masturbation makes you
- Compose nothing
- Create nothing
- Command nothing

You'll become a useless, docile weak man with low self-esteem and zero masculine drive. Don't masturbate!

In 1990, Shina Peters built a house with N20 million naira; the same year Jim Ovia started Zenith Bank with the same amount.

Today, you and I don't have a room in Shina's house but I have an account in Jim's bank and probably you do too.

Shina's house was built in Iju Lagos and remains there till date.

Jim's bank started in a corner and now has over 500 branches in Nigeria, and many international branches.

Millions upon millions transact business in Jim's bank daily.

Shina's house is becoming dilapidated...in 2015, he SPENT more money to renovate the house and bought a Nissan Pathfinder with N10 million...additional liability, while in the same 2015, Jim's bank MADE a profit of N105.7 billion.

Zenith bank employs hundreds of thousands, and feeds their families.

This is the difference between Assets and Liability. If you buy a car for N20 million today, in 20 years time, you will be ashamed to drive it.

On the other hand, if you invest that same amount in a lucrative business or in an asset, It may be worth billions in 20 years. ( Jim Ovia is now worth $980 million dollars, with the official dollar rate of N320, that means he is worth N313 BILLION NAIRA because of an investment of N20 million).

Spend the little money you have today wisely. Some people driving expensive cars today, are not aware that they are driving their future and the future of their children.

Some people carrying iphone7 today, may not be aware that they are carrying their future.
When you are young, don't spend money. Invest it.

Every penny in your hand is like a seed, you can decide to eat it, or sow it. When you sow it, it will bear much more seeds later in future.


“Why do I read?
I just can't help myself.
I read to learn and to grow, to laugh
and to be motivated.
I read to understand things I've never
been exposed to.
I read when I'm crabby, when I've just
said monumentally dumb things to the
people I love.
I read for strength to help me when I
feel broken, discouraged, and afraid.
I read when I'm angry at the whole
I read when everything is going right.
I read to find hope.
I read because I'm made up not just of
skin and bones, of sights, feelings,
and a deep need for chocolate, but I'm
also made up of words.
Words describe my thoughts and what's
hidden in my heart.
Words are alive--when I've found a
story that I love, I read it again and
again, like playing a favorite song
over and over.
Reading isn't passive--I enter the
story with the characters, breathe
their air, feel their frustrations,
scream at them to stop when they're
about to do something stupid, cry with
them, laugh with them.
Reading for me, is spending time with a
A book is a friend.
You can never have too many.”

By Gary Paulsen, Shelf Life: Stories by the Book
Books: ( amzn.to/3DfF94K )
Most People Used This Book In School But Never Knew The History Behind It!!

The Man On IT Is Emmanuel Ifeajuna

From Africa’s First Commonwealth Gold medalist To Facing A Firing Squad On 25 September In 1967.

Emmanuel Arinze Ifeajuna (1935-1967) was a Nigerian military officer and one of the key figures in the January 1966 military coup in Nigeria. He was born on December 1, 1935 in Onitsha, Eastern Region, Nigeria (now Anambra State). Ifeajuna attended the Government College, Umuahia and later the University College, Ibadan, where he was a member of the distinguished Ibadan University College (IUC) Drama Group. He was also an accomplished athlete and represented Nigeria in the high jump event at the 1954 British Empire and Commonwealth Games.

After completing his studies in Nigeria, Ifeajuna joined the Nigerian Army in 1959 and underwent military training in Nigeria and the United Kingdom. He received further training at the Royal Military Academy in Sandhurst, England, and was commissioned as an officer in the Nigerian Army. Ifeajuna quickly rose through the ranks and became a major in the Nigerian Army.

In January 1966, a group of young military officers, including Emmanuel Ifeajuna, staged a coup d'état in Nigeria. The coup was organized by a faction of the Nigerian military that was dissatisfied with the government's perceived corruption and the regional tensions within the country. The coup resulted in the overthrow and assassination of Nigeria's Prime Minister, Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa, and several other political leaders.

However, the coup did not achieve its intended goals and led to a series of events that plunged Nigeria into a period of political instability. Later in 1966, a counter-coup took place, and Ifeajuna found himself on the opposing side. He was arrested and tried for his involvement in the January coup.

During his trial, Ifeajuna showed remorse for his actions and expressed regret for the bloodshed caused by the coup. However, he was found guilty of treason and sentenced to death. The exact circumstances of his execution are still a matter of debate and controversy.

According to official accounts, Ifeajuna and other coup plotters, including Major Chukwuma Kaduna Nzeogwu, were executed by firing squad on September 25, 1967. However, there are alternative claims suggesting that Ifeajuna may have been killed in a different manner or that he may have survived and lived in hiding for some time after the coup.

Emmanuel Ifeajuna's role in Nigeria's history remains a subject of discussion and interpretation. While some view him as a revolutionary who sought to address the country's challenges, others criticize his actions as contributing to the political turmoil that followed the coup.