In life, there are so many things to fear as humans. Sometimes fear of failing, fear of losing, fear of the unknown and probably, fear of uncertainty. There is nothing wrong in being afraid, but it becomes a problem when you are unable to overcome your fears.
Know this; every human being is a born champion. It however depends on how much u can confront your fears and how best u can maximize your potentials. Nothing is wrong in being afraid because you are a champion and you will always remain one. When you fail and fall, you don’t have to sit in it, get up because you still got more left in you to last you another trial. That you failed does not mean you should settle in pain or in agony… All you have to know is that there is something in you that needs to be let out. If you really think you are a champion, then you don’t have to retire, because champions don’t quit instead they keep giving whatever has brought them down a trial till they become champion of champions.
You are what you think you are and you will always be what you think you will be, when you fail, it does not mean you are a failure instead it only tells you your best is not enough, so you need to put in your best. No matter what, always be a goal getter, because it takes time to be a winner. Always put this in mind that you have failed doesn’t matter, but what matters most is failing to rise again to achieve your aim. In your struggle in life towards achieving your aim, even as a born champion, you need to believe in yourself, trust your ability, dream your goals, live your goals, fulfil your goals and failure becomes your greatest impossibility. Remember the key to overcoming your biggest fears is to look it in the eye and confront it. Don’t be scared of letting go my friend, let the pains go away so that all your dreams would be a reality… It takes leaving your hurt or pain to realize that you lost something and you need to let go and forge ahead.
Most people find it difficult to realize what they have lost because they still live in the pain of the past. It takes leaving your pain to forge ahead with life. Therefore, if you are still living in your pain, then you can’t leave your pain and so u are tied to the strings of whatever brings u pain and moving forward seems so bleak and rather impossible..
My name is Emmanuel Obaloluwa Omole and I am a photographer
Who says the only thing we do at Elophotos academy is work, work and work? Of course not! If it were, we would all be dull by now because all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. One of those ways we chill off is seeing movies and not just for the fun of it but also for the learning part of it.
Last week was movie time again and we all agreed to watch the new movie Dry; written, produced and directed by Stephanie Linus. Yeah, like you too am not a fan of those crappy Nollywood films, but I must let you know producers like Stephanie, Kunle Afolayan and a couple of others are changing the game and I think we need to encourage and support our own. For someone like me who is not a fan of Hollywood’s film tricks, animation and high end video effects; whenever I have the opportunity of seeing good stuff from Nigeria I grab it. I believe movies are (and should be used as) a tool for social change. Films are to entertain, educate, correct and shape the mind of the populace in the right frame.
With veteran actors and actresses like Liz Benson, Olu Jacobs, Hauwa Maina, Rekiya Attan, Hakeem Hassan, Tijani Faraga, Raham Hassan and an hilarious comic role played by ‘klint the drunk’, DRY addressed and brought to the surface various issues daring us to the face as a nation which we swept under the carpet as if nothing is wrong. It beckons on the government to wake up from this sleep of corruption to its responsibilities, to equip our primary health centres, and save our teenage girls from early marriage. The movie also challenged some mundane cultural beliefs passed across to us and upheld by some due to selfish motives and ignorance.
After watching the movie, I suddenly realized how urgent it is to start playing our parts in making sure that our country changes. My eyes were widely opened to the fact that delaying a little longer could cost a life; and maybe a life of someone very close which might cause a lifetime pain knowing that it was a death you could have averted.
Stephanie has done well to play her own part through her film, what is yours? Please start playing it because I might be the next victim to need it.
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