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AFRICAN ECHO NEWS

THINK ABOUT IT

By Nachi Aguboshim,
(Nachi, like most African Children born in the diaspora is trying to redefine himself.
He writes with passion and an open mind. Nachi is an intern at the youth desk of African Echo media group.)

THINK ABOUT IT 
The mind is a terrible thing to waste and so is a life especially when that life hasnít been lived. 

THINK ABOUT IT 
As with most things in life the situations that we find ourselves in that seem to be hard or challenging are the situations that have true worth. 

THINK ABOUT IT 
It is easy to blame others for the way in which you live your life, thatís nothing more then human nature. But ask yourself the question what have you done to change this lifestyle that you loath so much? 

THINK ABOUT IT 
Donít believe that your life has no meaning, to believe so is to believe that God has created you without a purpose. 

THINK ABOUT IT 
How can we love money, fame, cars and other materialistic ideals, when we canít love our families, our partners, each other and ourselves? 

THINK ABOUT IT 
Do you ever wonder why the more developed countries in terms of technology, infrastructure and financial stability crave for power and control, whereas 3rd world countries crave for survival and a better way of life? 

THINK ABOUT IT 
Remember when religion was about believing in something greater then life, it opened your eyes, hearts and minds. When did religion have political agenda and motives?

THINK ABOUT IT 
Why do we get angry over every little thing that we face? Try applying that energy into something positive and productive, because what does anger truly achieve? 

THINK ABOUT IT 
Do you really think that God created different races in order for us all to discriminate and victimise each other? 

THINK ABOUT IT 
Asks yourself the question, who am I? When you understand who you are as a person and ideally what you stand for only then you will begin to value yourself as an individual, instead of being so easy persuaded by opinions and beliefs that donít reflect who you are.

THINK ABOUT IT 
Malcolm X went on a pilgrimage to Mecca, when he returned he was a changed man and he believed strongly in the brotherhood of all men. He believed in something and followed a philosophy that gave his life and many others purpose, why is it so hard for people in todayís society to be as open-minded, focused and influential as he was?

THINK ABOUT IT 
Never underestimate the power of words, we communicate with words and ideally spread knowledge through them. 

THINK ABOUT IT 
Eliminate the ďGhettoĒ, ďUrban CultureĒ and all the elements that are associated with these media formulated tools, maybe then there will be hope for ethnic minorities present and future. 

THINK ABOUT IT 
Donít sacrifice your body for wealth and material possessions, you canít put a price on yourself know your worth. Succeed with your brain and not your body. 

THINK ABOUT IT 
Knowledge is Power 

THINK ABOUT IT 
Nurture the youth, donít give up on them, they are the greatest commodity that the human race has to offer. 

THINK ABOUT IT 
ĎIf you have no confidence in self then you are twice defeated in the race of life, with confidence you have won before you have startedí 

KEEP THINKING ABOUT IT

 

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