Lack of money is lack of friends; if you have money at your disposal, every dog and goat will claim to be related to you. ~ African Proverb
- Your Ego is not your Amigo
Ego is rooted in insecurity
It is the root of most evil
Visited by man on man
Your Ego is Intimate to you,
It is the most destructive force in the world
Let your Ego go to go further in life
Your Ego walls you in Like a Lego fortress
It makes you high on your own hype
Egoli was not built by any Ego,
you should think about that
It is good to lose your love handles
It is better to lose your bad habits
It is best to lose your ego
Before you lose your self
Ego interrupts intuition and robs your imagination
Ego is toxic, it kills all creativity around it
It feeds on itself and is a dead sea
Ego deafens your ears to counsel
Honest feedback is kiss of death to the Ego
It is cancer at the work place
Ego is your soul’s worst enemy and
has a strange relationship with happiness
The more Ego you lose, the less offence you take
The more wisdom you gain
The happier you become
Many will forgive a bruise to the head
But a bruise to their Ego is unforgiveable
They erect an Ego Wall
Stonewalling all efforts at rapprochement
Travel light by not carrying a big Ego
Lose your Ego, don’t live for compliments
Instead live for accomplishments
Great things require some ego
How big is your Ego?
#TAThots TAYO AJIMOKO
Pix credit- Burning man
It was a beautiful trip to Kwahu on Saturday 9th September 2018 in the Eastern Region of Ghana.
I and my team, F.I. owusu (General Overseer and Senior Pastor, Fruitful Christians Church) and Prince Nana,(team member, Head of State Awards, HOSA) met with the newly installed King of Kwahu, HE Okwahuman, the traditional ruler of the area, Daasebre Akuamoah Agyapong 11. (Picture Of I and him will be taken upon our next visit in his royal attire as he is not permitted to take pictures without being properly dressed. However, during the meeting, he was there)
We were warmly welcomed by the King himself & his council members, & the chiefs of surrounding towns & villages (see pics attached)
The purpose of our visit was to introduce Balm of Joy Foundation ( which basically sends children back to school) and Funmi Tayo-Ajimoko Ministry (FTAM- an evangelical outreach) so as to engage the King & his chiefs to understand the ways we can help them in line with our 2018 program of reaching out to selected regions, towns & villages.
After a lengthy discussion, we came to the conclusion of building them a library (or repaint one of their schools) to help increase the literacy level of the children & increase their interest in education.
We also agreed to convene a Love Feast to bring the children together & encourage the talented ones amongst them with scholarship awards for the most outstanding academic records or less privileged but desirous to be educated.
It was also agreed that FUNMI TAYO-AJIMOKO (Evangelism) MINISTRY will reach out to the people of the land by evangelising the Word Of God through Jesus Christ by offering bibles and Tshirts in two of their popular local language, Twi and Ewe.
We also visited the Kwahu Presbyterian Church Of Ghana (the 1st Presbyterian Church in Ghana) which is situated at the mountain top of Kwahu.The church is over a 100 years old. It is called Ramseyer Memorial Church, Abetifi, Mpraeso (video attached)
We hereby solicit donations from well-meaning individuals and men & women of goodwill with a charitable heart for their token of support towards our cause.
Your labour Of Love will not be in vain, amen
Peace and Love
Your Sister in Christ Jesus FTA
Drinkable water from the side of the rock flowing onto the roadside
The King’s Royal seat which he uses to attend to the people
Inside (foyer) the Palace, the entrance before the sitting of the inner council members
The Mountain Kwahu is known for
The Inner Room. This is I speaking to the King and his Chiefs, 5 Of them
I and the PRO to the King, the traditional ruler of Kwahu
The uncompleted building that belongs to the teachers ‘ quarters but was never finished. Some part may be used for the children’s library. We welcome donations for the completion.
One of the Chiefs. Pictures could not be taken with the main King as he was not properly dressed in the traditional attire.
We are right in front of the Presbyterian church
The ropes to the big bell, though hidden.
Some part of The uncompleted building suggested for library
The Big Church itself from outside view
Some part of Kwahu that has houses built on Man made water, sort of like an island
One of the Chiefs with F.I Owusu (General Overseer and Senior Pastor Fruitful Christians Church) and Prince Nana ( team member of HOSA)
One of the classrooms that may be re-painted by us depending on our budget and availability of funds
On our way back to Accra. Kwahu is really beautiful, so serene and peaceful.
At the Restaurant called Linda Dor.
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