Motivation · Nigeria, Better, love, Dedication,

A Better We!!πŸ“šβ€οΈπŸ‡³πŸ‡¬

My dream of a better Nigeria πŸ‡³πŸ‡¬ is a Dream of a better me.

A better me bettering my surroundings, being kind, uplifting, motivational, aspiring and passionate to my people, friends, Family, coworkers and anyone i come in contact with.

A better Nigeria πŸ‡³πŸ‡¬ is a better me not collecting bribes, not coming to the notion of doing my neighbor bad, being covetous, hating on others struggles and not being contented with what i have.

A better me is a diligent worker. There is a saying in German that says;

“Pray as though no work could help, and work as though no prayer could help”

When I work hard, I have no time for anyone. I only have time in bettering myself .

Work is a short form of Productivity.

When I work hard, I tend to dream big because I know i will get there through my efforts and consistency. This notion does not work the other way round that is; when I don’t work but I tend to dream Big. NO!!!! It doesn’t work that way.

My dream of a better Nigeria is a better me helping the Blinds, the people with intellectual disabilities and people with moderate mental retardation. In all these cases and more is my country so back on the knowledge of these people.

A better Nigeria is when I stop complaining that Nigeria is bad and our leaders are corrupt and start to be a better me.

A better Nigeria is a better me bringing in focus on our strengths and the drive force behind us as a people.

Nigerians everywhere, anywhere, anytime are the most resilient, happy, cheerful people regardless of their situations.

It is better if we could start being better Nigerians by teaching ourselves and empowering ourselves to be able to empower the people around us.

I will try and I hope you all would too.

I AM A LIVING TESTIMONY.

P.S I would love ❀️ to see your comment on how you can better yourself and your country. Thank you πŸ™.

@Princesspringles.

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21 thoughts on “A Better We!!πŸ“šβ€οΈπŸ‡³πŸ‡¬

  1. A better Cameroon , would be an equality in gender and tribe. A better Cameroon would be a place where the law enforcement officers would put their foot down and say NO to injustice.

    This is a really nice post my dear. keep it up.

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  2. “A better we (Nigerians)” begins with a better me. If I adjust my lifestyle by being positively disciplined, my immediate family will be the first set of persons to observe the change, and the change will multiply itself by the number of my family members. Sequentially, the discipline will be observed in by my colleagues at work, my neighbours, occupants at my street, my kinsmen, people’s living in my town, and so on and correspondingly on the set of persons that associated with my family members. The growth system multiplies to all the local governments and states to yield POSITIVELY DISCIPLINED NIGERIANS. If I can effect the change in my life to be positively disciplined, then “WE (NIGERIANS) can be POSITIVELY DISCIPLINED.
    Long live to a BETTER ME, long live PRINCESS ANYASODOR, long live to BETTER NIGERIANS.
    Thanks.
    Promise Ogbonna.

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  3. So ingenious and candid, a better Nigeria starts with me.
    My best part :
    “A better Nigeria is when I stop complaining that Nigeria is bad and our leaders are corrupt and start to be a better me”

    It is high time we stopped lamenting and start doing something. Keep it up Princess. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘Œ

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  4. I appreciate your intellectual delivery.

    Many assume that the Government should provide their needs for them but we need to ask ourselves what we have contributed to the society,community,environments we reside. Whatever positive impact we make will reflect a better YOU and a better ME. Therefore, the act of contributing to the Society will make a better Me.

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  5. This should actually make it to the front page of SUN newspaper. Great intellectual write up.πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ it all begins with us

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  6. Lovely write up Princess.
    Truth be told we can only change our country by changing our immediate surroundings, our inner circle, our sphere of contacts and keep hoping that other people do the same, then one day we would make Nigeria great again.

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  7. A better me, a better πŸ‡³πŸ‡¬, how long more do we need to wait to see the change….. All we need is a better me(individual)

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  8. This is just the best and the true way to start to change our beloved country!! Am so proud seeing you guys in the Nigeria attire and flagging the green white green. God bless Nigeria!! God bless us all.

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