Day 15: Anjola

On one hand I want to know what my life would look like if I didn’t press that ‘send’ button- If I stalled, if I waited just a little while longer-and missed that deadline on purpose. On another hand, I know that my life is not in the hands of any man and even if […]

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Day 14: Tobi

FISHTALE Short and simple is what comes to my head. Have you ever wondered why as deadly as the shark is if it makes the mistake of washing up at Bayelsa beach, Mama Bature will increase her roasted fish price to 7,000 Naira? She will even tell you “boarder just closed na only exotic dey.” […]

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Day 13: Annie

2019 was not ushered in in a special way – praying on my feet or bent knees in church or in deep reflection, charting the course for the new year. There was hardly time for it. I did write down some goals: read at least two fiction every month and one nonfiction each month, find a […]

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Day 12: Doyinsola

2019 Reflections I can’t imagine that I am sitting here reflecting on 2019, wasn’t it January just yesterday! Year 2019, you have been one for the books and I would certainly remember you for a long time. Definitely, 2019 has been an eventful year for me, I went into the year quite expectant; I was […]

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Day 11: Ibukun

The year 2019 for me is captured in this phrase: “Depth before Growth.”  Last year whilst writing on this page one thing I shared was that I’m on a journey to Destiny…. And I tell you that journey continued still as our Life is a continuum written by God before we ever lived any of […]

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Day 10: Ope

Maybe time isn’t passing, maybe it’s us passing through time. Time refreshes with every new day but that is not the case with us; we know that our outward man perishes though the inward man is renewed, like time, every new day. Every new day, mortality is exchanged. We are not exactly talking about time. […]

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Day 9: Temitope

Hi people. Thank you Pero for the opportunity to reflect. I feel like I lived three years in 2019! 2019 – First quarter of the year: January to April “Dear God what am I going to do? This year is so directionless for me,” those were my thoughts January 1, 2019. A lot of people […]

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Day 8: Omotola

Hello everyone. Thank you so much for this beautiful opportunity Dr. Pero, I do not take it for granted. I’m not much of a writer but when I received a message from Dr. Pero asking to join in the 31Days 31Voices series, I just thought to myself why not share all you learned this year. […]

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Day 7: Seyifunmi

The year 2019 has been a great year, a year of awakening and of great lessons, that has changed my perspective in various aspects of life. The central lesson for me this year was trust – trusting God completely. In the last days of 2018, I discovered Luke 1 verse 45 – ‘Blessed is she […]

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Day 6: Adanma

Thank you @Perrystots for letting me be a part of this year’s 31days31voices’ edition. Let me start by saying God has been mighty good to me. Reflecting through the year about the victories, growth, lessons and challenges has been exciting for me. It has given me the opportunity to refresh down memory lane. I remember […]

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