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THE BITTER TRUTH

LIFE!! Easily pronounced, spelt and giving meaning to but we fail to pay close attention to how powerful it is. A famous quote by Bishop David Oyedepo states "There's no free lunch in LIFE"  Nothing comes up so easy in life is either you work or struggle to get it.
The bitter truth about life is that it would be tough, hard and cruel to you, it would gladly step on you, drag you, torture, humiliate and strip you off of what you own BUT the question remains "ARE YOU WILLING TO QUIT" You have to be smart, organized and stubborn to overcome life's challenges, strong enough to defeat all obstacles thrown at you.
You are the best of you, go out, confront, challenge and be the winner you are. 

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