Positivity, Motivation, Love

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A dose of positivity. A little positivity goes a long way.

I want to use this medium to say that positive vibes is contagious. You can’t always be a downer. I feel down most of the time when things do not go my way too.

It was gotten from Google images
Living in Bondage (Breaking Free)
https://www.netflix.com/title/81270668

I watched the film ”Living in Bondage” (Breaking free) on Netflix and it is the sequel of the film ”Living in Bondage” which tells the story of Nnamdi Okeke, a young man who seems sympathic and inexperienced. The story of Nnamdi is very relatable because he wears his frustrations right on his sleeves. Nnamdi quits his job in the hope of opening a company of his own, in the aim of achieving greater success. The dream of being Independent did not pull through. Nnamdi’s uncontrollable pursue of success – fast cars, easy living and flashy lifestyle made him set out for a muffing quest for the extensive life, one that he would do whatever it takes to achieve it. Moreover, the point to prove himself that he is the better son to his father inevitably took him on this precarious quest.

Andy Okeke (Nnamdi Okeke biological father) mysteriously learns about a son he never knew existed. He is warned that his son is going down the path which he (Andy) sought out 27 years ago. It is a life-threatening journey for him and he does not want his son to go down that same path. Of course, the reunion of father and son did not go well and Nnamdi decides not to heed to his father’s advice.

Finally, Nnamdiβ€˜s discovers the magnitude of his actions. He faces an enormous and regrettable predicament that has eventually become his bondage. He struggles to break free. In order to prove his commitment to a cultist group, he is instructed to sacrifice a loved one. In the film, the viewer sees he loves two people immensely, his brother (Toby) and girlfriend (Kelly).

I know you ask yourself, why I have decided to add a summary of the film ”Living in Bondage” It is to make a statement that at the end of it all, what helped Nnamdi was the bond between him and his brother (Toby) who came to his rescue. The dose of positivity Toby gave Nnamdi was what saved him at the end. And here is a dialogue between Nnamdi and TobyπŸ‘‡πŸΎ

Toby :Somehow, we will get through this. Remember when I bashed Daddy`s car do you remember what you told me? You said to me what you go through I go through you did not bash the car

Toby and Nnamdi: we bashed the car.

Toby: You are my brother, my blood till the very end.

They both hugged at the end doing their brother stunts with the hands.

I felt that this dialogue between him and his brother was what gave him the strength to be able to defeat the cult that was after his life.

Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around.

Leo Buscaglia

I am grateful, I have someone who is my Pillar and is there to always encourage me and tell me to share my worries. I am grateful for my parents who care about me and their prayers go before me. I am grateful for friends who whenever I call or texts, respond with the question (what is the way forward?) than berating me or telling me it was my fault.

Although we can find ourselves in a difficult time, we should have the courage to ask about the wellbeing of our neighbours, friends, colleagues, family members and also share some nice words with them which would go a long way. We do not know what any of them are passing through and you could be their joy that day or moment in time.

Kind words are short and easy to speak but their echos are truly endless

Mother Teresa

I hope you enjoy this post and do not forget to add a dose of Positivity in everything you do. Share your thoughts with me in the comment section below, like my post and do not forget to follow back.

Thank you 😘😘.

@Princesspringles

17 thoughts on “𝗔 π——π—’π—¦π—˜ 𝗒𝗙 π—£π—’π—¦π—œπ—§π—œπ—©π—œπ—§π—¬. β€œπ—Ÿπ—œπ—©π—œπ—‘π—š π—œπ—‘ π—•π—’π—‘π——π—”π—šπ—˜β€œ”

  1. Thanks for sharing, having someone who is always there to share your good time & challenges with is a gift. My brother “Kay” and wife “Presh” are mine. Thanks guys

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      1. Nice write up darl.
        Theres nothing as amazing as having loyal people and family around you. It makes the world a better and less stressful place.

        And Yes, a great smile is contagious m, it keeps you and people around you hopeful.
        Keep smiling girl, keep being you, keep being amazing

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  2. The beautiful thing about positivity is that its potency has a way of mending and healing broken walls of love in the society and being positive is all we need to make this world a living paradise. Thank you Princess for choosing to be an agent of positivity at a time when the world needs it the most. God bless you.

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  3. I know you Princess, you are a ‘walking’ source of positivity yourself! Thank you so so much for that! Embrace you!
    I wish everybody to discover positive sides of every single day, let that beauty decorate your life and maybe even fill you with new inspiration…

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  4. This is a reminder how much our words matter to our friends, neighbors and loved ones. Showing how much we care about one another goes a long way in strengthening us. I will keep spreading positivity, let’s do the same. Thanks for this piece, Princess πŸ’―

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  5. So I see the positivity starting first from one person to another, and definitely a grateful and conscious heart will share in return. Thanks for the piece.

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  6. Keep it up. No dullings. Anything to bring positive vibes is all we need in life. Problems where before we were created. God bless your positive actions to make people happy and thankful for life ❀️

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