Media personality and creator of bestseller, ‘On turning into’ has disclosed how she came about with the title of her e book in a up to date Instagram put up.
Makinwa wrote; “somebody asked me why the title “On changing into”. The Holy Spirit gave me that identify. I remember that considering of a reputation for this venture and after I got “OnBecoming…” i wasn’t somewhat sure why or what it intended in totality however on a flight to Houston the day before today it hit me, i’m a piece in progress, no full stop until I’m gone. i’m unfinished, incomplete, the story is stil being written, the race is long and God has given me purpose. the previous couple of years of my lifestyles hasn’t been the perfect but thru it all i’ve grown, i am changing into. I’ve heard folks say ” are you the one one to go through tricky instances” and my response is still the same. – what did you do with what you went thru? How did you lend a hand any person else grow via your fight, the aim is always greater than the pain, did you analyze all you have to preserve it to your self?
It’s adequate to not get the imaginative and prescient, it’s not for everyone. i believe Empowered, i believe chosen, and again the lord has sent me on some other mission. something large is coming.. #Imusthavemyown #OnBecomingEmpowered #2017mission #onbecomingbytokemakinwa #onbecomingmedatour
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- Nollywood actor, Jim Iyke has just defined the word ‘STYLE’ the way he understands it and it’s a beautifully worded and intelligently written piece. Read below… Whether I’m rocking an overpriced jacket on the streets of champs elysees or rocking rubber flip flops soaking up the adulation of the street in the slums of kibera, it matters none. Unshaven for weeks with morning breathe rocking a palm oil stained old tee telling bad jokes with my sisters in my man cave or well groomed in handmade rare leather loafers makes no difference. It changes nothing. I am the confluence of global cultural diversity. I’ve meticulously and resiliently self tutored its complexity into my DNA by trial and error. The originality is singular only the substance is duplicable. God tailored my entirety for one entity; ME. It’s a comprise far from not only what you wear. It is how you think. Your principles. Your choices; costs and effects. Your idiosyncrasy. It’s in the roots imbibed by the man that sired you and men that mentored you. Everything else around me is an Accessory. I am the essence. I give it life. No brand, address, tribe, race, religion, creed, or ideology can define me. God created me this way eternities before my birth. I cannot pretend to be anything else even if I wanted to. I’ve tried and failed woefully in the past. I am ridiculously comfortable and apt being me. Rules become inapplicable, even redundant. It’s an attitude. A way of life. Perception is the window. It’s orchestrated conditioning to misinform you by disinforming you. Find your purpose and be informed. It is your open weapon. I know people with $100 dollars budget walk into a room and everything stand still. I’ve seen people with $100k budget that make it look like a painful process and what is more cant hold a convo with a smart 8 year old. It can’t be bought. It is and will always be priceless. Once you’ve figured out this truth, you will strive for a reach beyond your grasp. A consciousness and profound understanding of self. It is the mastery of your space. Your individuality. Your flair. It’s in all of us whether dormant or dominant. Find it. Train it. Fail it. Win it. Own it. Ostracize it. This is STYLE. This is how I understand it. Now how friggin DOPE is that!
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