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Comment from Sonja:

Revelation: while home a couple weeks ago, I asked my dad to put my licence plate on my car....he told me "you better get you a screw driver and make it happen" See no matter how old I get my dad isn't in the habit of just doing things for me CAUSE... and though I've done it before, and is only like a 2min job - I simply didn't to... there are things I don't want to do... there are things that I want DONE for me... and that's okay. And even though I know HOW to, doesn't mean I always shall, under the proper circumstances I'll gladly step aside (thats the revalation) #MyDaddyMyMamasMan #DaddysGirl #NeverHelpless

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Comment from Gbaraniyi.Fei:

Thanks to @tolulope.olatunji for sharing this in that hour of need😘. Have a blessed week people! @Regrann from @drbabayemiosinaike - "Sir, you have nothing to draw with and the well is deep. Where can you get this living water?" These were the words the woman by the well uttered to Jesus' following his bold assertion about having water she did not know of. By uttering those words, she revealed a fundamental error of reasoning we often embrace. She had judged him based on her perception of the resources she felt he had or did not have. She must have looked at him and seeing he had no item to draw water, concluded that he was handicapped and therefore unable to meet his need. She judged him purely on her limited understanding of what constituted resources. Often we look at people and based on our definition of resources or based on their seemingly lack of outward  resources, we judge them to be handicapped. Only for such people to display the depth of resources unknown to natural senses. I have learnt to be "very afraid" of any man who is very calm in the face of apparent weakness or lack of resources. Such men are either "very crazy" with no sense of reality or truly carry an unusual grace/gifts eyes don't perceive easily. The latter are the real dangerous people. The ones George Bernard Shaw refer to as "unreasonable men upon who all progress and civilization depend" It should also be instructive to us that Jesus simply told her "if you knew the gift of God and WHO it is that ask you ..." In other words, if you knew WHO I AM and WHAT I carried, you would know my resources are not limited by your perception. You and I need to walk always in that consciousness of WHO we are and WHAT we carry. Just like Peter and John stood in front of the crippled man confident of the immeasurable resources within them and told the man "look upon us", we should never let people tell us that we are handicapped just based on their valuation of what they think we have or are capable of. After all, we know the gift of God and we know WHO we are + WHAT we carry !! #neverhelpless #unseenresources😎💪 - #regrann

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Comment from Omolara Akinbola:

Repost from @drbabayemiosinaike using @RepostRegramApp - "Sir, you have nothing to draw with and the well is deep. Where can you get this living water?" These were the words the woman by the well uttered to Jesus' following his bold assertion about having water she did not know of. By uttering those words, she revealed a fundamental error of reasoning we often embrace. She had judged him based on her perception of the resources she felt he had or did not have. She must have looked at him and seeing he had no item to draw water, concluded that he was handicapped and therefore unable to meet his need. She judged him purely on her limited understanding of what constituted resources. Often we look at people and based on our definition of resources or based on their seemingly lack of outward  resources, we judge them to be handicapped. Only for such people to display the depth of resources unknown to natural senses. I have learnt to be "very afraid" of any man who is very calm in the face of apparent weakness or lack of resources. Such men are either "very crazy" with no sense of reality or truly carry an unusual grace/gifts eyes don't perceive easily. The latter are the real dangerous people. The ones George Bernard Shaw refer to as "unreasonable men upon who all progress and civilization depend" It should also be instructive to us that Jesus simply told her "if you knew the gift of God and WHO it is that ask you ..." In other words, if you knew WHO I AM and WHAT I carried, you would know my resources are not limited by your perception. You and I need to walk always in that consciousness of WHO we are and WHAT we carry. Just like Peter and John stood in front of the crippled man confident of the immeasurable resources within them and told the man "look upon us", we should never let people tell us that we are handicapped just based on their valuation of what they think we have or are capable of. After all, we know the gift of God and we know WHO we are + WHAT we carry !! #neverhelpless #unseenresources😎💪

44 Days ago

Comment from Babayemi Osinaike:

"Sir, you have nothing to draw with and the well is deep. Where can you get this living water?" These were the words the woman by the well uttered to Jesus' following his bold assertion about having water she did not know of. By uttering those words, she revealed a fundamental error of reasoning we often embrace. She had judged him based on her perception of the resources she felt he had or did not have. She must have looked at him and seeing he had no item to draw water, concluded that he was handicapped and therefore unable to meet his need. She judged him purely on her limited understanding of what constituted resources. Often we look at people and based on our definition of resources or based on their seemingly lack of outward  resources, we judge them to be handicapped. Only for such people to display the depth of resources unknown to natural senses. I have learnt to be "very afraid" of any man who is very calm in the face of apparent weakness or lack of resources. Such men are either "very crazy" with no sense of reality or truly carry an unusual grace/gifts eyes don't perceive easily. The latter are the real dangerous people. The ones George Bernard Shaw refer to as "unreasonable men upon who all progress and civilization depend" It should also be instructive to us that Jesus simply told her "if you knew the gift of God and WHO it is that ask you ..." In other words, if you knew WHO I AM and WHAT I carried, you would know my resources are not limited by your perception. You and I need to walk always in that consciousness of WHO we are and WHAT we carry. Just like Peter and John stood in front of the crippled man confident of the immeasurable resources within them and told the man "look upon us", we should never let people tell us that we are handicapped just based on their valuation of what they think we have or are capable of. After all, we know the gift of God and we know WHO we are + WHAT we carry !! #neverhelpless #unseenresources😎💪

45 Days ago

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Comment from Leanne the Librarian:

So this just happened. I'm definitely cursed. But you know what? I don't give a $hit any more! So over this. Bye bye new Alaskan life, bye bye all the possessions I gave away to prepare for it. Bye bye misdiagnosed kidney stones and bastard foot sprains, crippling insomnia and panic attacks. Bye bye anxiety about new jobs and new grad classes. Guess what? The pain is only making me a stronger woman. Bring it. #beastmode #cursed #NeverHelpless #whatdoesntkillyoumakesyoustronger #TheSubtleArtofNotGivingAFuck #book #greatreads #injury #ERlife #SinkorSwim P.S. Thanks to @telola for taking me to the ER, @theavila4 for bringing me home, and for @markmansonnet 's book "The Subtle Art of Not Giving A F*ck" for slapping me into lucidity.

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