SOME OF LIFE’S UNCHANGING LESSONS FOR LEADERS - Rev. Kola Ewuosho
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SOME OF LIFE’S UNCHANGING LESSONS FOR LEADERS

SOME OF LIFE’S UNCHANGING LESSONS FOR LEADERS

SOME OF LIFE’S UNCHANGING LESSONS FOR LEADERS

Life is full of lessons. Life has its pains and joys. We all love to minimise the pain and extend the joys. Some of the pains and joys in life are short-lived and some are long-lived. It is in our best interest to learn how to make the pains short-lived and the joys long-lived. There are two major pains in life; the pain of discipline and the pain of regret. When circumstances beyond our control inflict pains on us then we call on human endurance to handle such. Life is full of its own type of drama. Many believe life is a form of drama wherein the scripts have been written for us to act out, while others believe we are capable of writing out our own scripts. Another belief is that there are scripts written indeed but the creature needs to be developed to fulfil the script written. Whatever belief system is in you is a function of your world view, peculiar upbringing and the environment where you were formed. Nature and nurture, as they say it, have their effects on our perception of reality in our lives. With an experience of life over half a century and over 30 years of that as a born-again Christian, most of the lessons learnt have been in the areas of ‘navigating’ through life’s processes so as to stay on course with, the perceived, God’s will for my life.  Life is also full of decisions. A decision not to decide is still a decision. Sometimes ignorance can be bliss and at other times it can be very costly. Knowing when and which will be one of the secrets of a wise life. For every good thing in life there is usually a price to pay and a position to take for the privileges to be enjoyed.

Rev. Kola Ewuosho
blog@kolaewuosho.com
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