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Annie~Joy writes: The Back Door. Part 3 #BeInspired!

Society! We have gotten to a point where we don’t know who to look up to as role models because the  truth of their success is not told well. Society! We tell the success of some legends who lived like Dr Kwame Nkrumah, Nelson Mandela, Williams Shakespeare well but we overlooked the part they messed up and the difficult days in their success story. We don’t tell that part for the generations to know and learn that the victories didn’t happen overnight rather they came with some shots here and there. 

Society is suffering because society is not doing its work as a society and the society is you and I! Society complains about sanitation but drops unwanted plastics around. Society! Which Ghana is, will remove the good seeds of cocoa and export it outside and make products out of the bad seeds. 

A society that protrude itself as hospitalized but is not such to its own citizen. Society! Which will smile at a white man passing by but won’t lift a hand or give that same smile to its member! 

Society which sit on opportunities for its members and takeover the country alone. Society! Who use the back door without fear and apathy and later make announcement in front of the members like everything is okay.  

Society which is you and I! A small girl told me she doesn’t enjoy the story of Yaa Asantewaa again because the story has been distorted making the story unreal. The struggle which should be a lesson is no more told. Instead she enjoys the story of Rwanda because the pain, struggle and loss is still told. 

This is to say; society cannot be the best we are wishing for if the patterns doesn't focus on the front door which are the structures put in place .

 The front door which is the path that has got a lot of struggles but gives confidence. That has got a lot of disappointments but there are appointments that brings honour. 

This front door enables you to do the right thing even though nobody is watching which is integrity. 
 
That teaches you to practice patience and makes you humble. 

That makes you understand that a good name is better than riches. That will enable you to have fear for God which is knowledge. Society is you and I. Let’s see a distinguished generation who are desperate to use the front door. Be encouraged and know that God didn't promise days without pain, laughter without  sorrow,
 
Nor sun without rain but he did pledge strength for the day, comfort for the tears and light for the way. 

Chosen generation, using the front door comes with what God approves of and it's everything that brings honor to you. 

You shall stand anywhere and talk with confidence and fearless heart. Use the front door!

Keep praying with an ever-increasing faith prayer. 

Right from the onset, your sequence of events  has been a motivation to you obliviously. 

Embrace every event in your life for that is a motivation...

#Getinspired#Getmotivated#Lifekeepscomingbcak

Writer: Akosua Agyeman Djan
 
 

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