On my way to faculty fellowship this afternoon, I met a classmate and we continued together
I commented on how chubby she’s getting and she said something.
“Why shouldn’t I get fat?, what am I thinking of? The only thing I think about is how to read and not carry over any course and I eat well”
Relating it to me, I began asking myself if the only thing I thought about was reading, eating and not carrying any course over.
No. I have Jesus to think about, I have church to think about, I have my blogs to think about, I have my book to think about, I have my future to think about, I have disciples to think about, I have my values to think about, I have one or two issues to think of, problems that pop up without notice and of course I have school to think about, in no particular order.
What now happens to me?
This is a short write up, dedicated to students like me who have a little “extra”.
We have different forms of “extra”.
Some students’ extra is struggling to pay their fees, some are married ; their extra is family, some are leaders of ministries and various other platforms, some (like me) have a lot of “extra”, some are battling with sicknesses of all sorts.
To every student out there joining the “extra” with school. You’re stronger than you think.
Just be sure your “extra” is necessary and fruitful.
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I’ve finally accepted it, instead of trying to be like the rest that don’t have “extras”. Having an extra simply says “You were assigned this mountain to show others it can be moved”. Nice post dear
yes!!! We’re bigger than our “extras”. We don’t have to be like others. we’ll be perfectly fine with our “extras”.
Thank you so much. make sure to follow.