Vanity of vanities, says the Preacher, vanity of vanities! All is vanity. What does man gain by all the toil at which he toils under the sun? A generation goes, and a generation comes, but the earth remains forever. Ecclesiastes 1:2-4
It’s time to stop all the worries and learn to live life one day at a time. Lots of people have gone too soon because of stress and competition. Lots of people left their country for a greener pasture and maybe make more money and then return to their homeland to enjoy their wealth, and this has made them take two or three jobs, and some go further to have four.
When you look at them, they don’t take care of themselves because they send every cent back to their homeland for whatever project they have embarked on.
How are you sure that you will be around to enjoy that far away wealth, that car you sent home, that business you established there. Stop killing yourself because those people pushing you to embark on that project might have their agenda.
What makes you think that those children born abroad will want to return home and inherit your property. I hate to use the word African mentality. But many people have gone too soon, just because they don’t know what they want, and end up living separate lives.
Where you are resident should be your home. Make it your paradise. Start today by learning to live one day and a time. Take life easy and enjoy every day!
That house you are killing yourself to build will become an old fashion, that car you left in your home country people will possess it as soon as you are gone. Your account manager will take over your account as soon as they get the news of your passing away. Take care of yourself and those around you that need your help.
Spread a helping hand to help those that are in need. Pay school fees for those that can’t afford it. You can start a small business for that man or woman. There will be a reward for you in the heavens.
Stop stressing yourself over earthly riches because naked we came into this world and naked we all will return to our maker.
The question is, how far are you prepared?
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