What lessons are you learning at the moment?

From my end here, I know you have been seeing more of WRITE-TEENS and it’s indeed amazing to have some of you with us on the group (we are expecting more).
Very quickly, I want to share with you one of the lessons I have been learning📝 (or I am still learning).

I have come to understand that LIFE is in stages and each stages comes with its own lesson, test, trials, victories, etc in order to prepare us for the journey ahead.

Not to dive away from what I want to share, I’m sure you have been waiting to read about it. Kindly, check the next line.

“LEARNING TO SAY NO”- That’s my lesson. “Learning to say No” cuts across different aspect of our lives.

It might be easy and you might even be saying “Ki lo wa nbe (what’s there).”
Wait till when you are tied up between making a decision for your betterment and you don’t know what to do. Then, you will know it’s really important to “learn how to say No.”

I pray God will grant us the wisdom we need during those times and the courage to say “No”.
Now, my question is that as teenagers, what lesson are you learning at the moment?
Are you learning to be patient and be yourself?

Are you learning how to pray and have a cordial relationship with God?

Are you learning ways you can improve your skills and be the best?
What exactly are you learning? Be patient as you go through the process.

Thanks for reading through. I hope you got value from this and you can pin point the lessons God has been teaching you.

Feel free to share what you have learnt via the comment section.
Have a great week ahead.

© Tiana Owolabi-08068221976

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