Hey FamReads it’s been a while and I really don’t want to blame it on writers block or even on the world happenings.
Have you been watching the news, reminds me of the Bible verse that’s speaks of wars you will hear about but wait!
Who isn’t at war anyway?
My heart goes out to people in Congo, Nigeria and even those that are not trending.
We are not oblivious to what is happening around us and meanwhile in Kampala Uganda we are back to being in our homes by 9pm. You would understand why it’s a joke if you knew half the traffic on these roads it’s just another money making scheme.
So today I wanted to pause the question that we ask ourselves unknowingly or knowingly.
Did I do enough today? Am I enough?
Well, Are you? Who measures what’s enough?
I came across a tweet and honestly don’t know the person but they said if the situation happening in Nigeria and Congo happened in Uganda would they do the same for us?
It’s sad neh! While others are questioning if they are doing enough. What a way to reassure!
Mandela did a great thing for SouthAfrica but some people don’t known the fight started way before ,blood was shed, riots were made it was a collective effort.
To do big things you must be able to see far. A point to where we can focus our attention.
While you question if you are doing enough, it’s the things you do every day that build into something bigger.
We can’t avoid the naysayers but we can’t afford a sit at their table.
Someone once asked me if writing can change anything and I told them that’s why you teaching your children to read.
There things that may look like they dead now but it’s only Solomon allowed to put up that temple.
You pave a way even when you don’t see it, I like to think that write like you would want the next generation will read what you had to say.
Do you ever wonder how God became the most famous till today?
Surprisingly Jesus didn’t have speed boats or planes, he didn’t have media platforms to tweet or get message across the World etc. He had a few men and till today we speak of the good works.
1 Corinthians 12:26-27 the parts we see and the parts we don’t. If one part hurts, every other part is involved in the hurt, and in the healing. If one part flourishes, every other part enters into the exuberance. You are Christ’s body–that’s who you are! You must never forget this. Only as you accept your part of that body does your “part” mean anything.
So have you done enough!? Just do your best and that will be enough.