David Adefeso shared an interesting post about humble beginnings. Check it out here.
‘Sometimes, a humble beginning is what helps to power through life’s deepest valleys and our greatest challenges. Happy Sunday! Did you know that today is National Raspberry Cream Pie Day? I’m a vegan so it don’t matter to me. Just checking to see if y’all had gotten your share of your own creamy indulgent snack,’ David began his post.
He continued and said: ‘Remember to be kind to people you meet, because most are also having a tough day. Try to forgive yourself when you falter; success is around the corner — you just have to fail enough times first. Make sure to be your own person and stand up for what you believe in — because pleasing others would be like dancing to someone else’s tune in a world where each one was given their own song of life. Work hard like everything depends on you but pray hard like everything depends on God. ”Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours” Mark 11:24 This is my story, what’s yours? Share with us in the comments. Who knows who you might inspire ????????’ David captioned his post.
Someone said: ‘Too amazing to put in comments but from a meager and unstable childhood to a dysfunctional and commotional transitional period to new mindset of successful entrepreneurship to near an MBA Business, fatherhood, and family life. With God and LOVE and SUPPORT from the those that genuinely LOVE support and want to see you WIN all things are POSSIBLE-impossible is POSSIBLE. cd How to Build a Prosperous Life by rob Johnson and other works.’
One other follower posted this: ‘Single mother of a special needs child, my only child, head of our 2 person household, came close to homelessness twice, challenged a school district alone without the help of lawyers because I couldn’t afford one & won my case just to keep my son where I knew was best for his academic, social and behavioral growth (did all of by educating myself through research on federal & state laws regarding the education of children like my son), graduated summa cum laude from my undergrad program while taking care of my sick father in Africa who eventually and unfortunately passed, working on my masters and still doing it all alone with little to no help from anyone. I went to bed hungry many days just to make sure my son ate….struggled between work and school because my son is a special needs and is also non verbal so he can’t just be with anyone. Still pounding & grinding hard ???????? . Thanks for sharing your story David, you inspire many of us from the motherland!’
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