Okay, so why should I have to give “No” a chance? Can any good thing come out of “No”? Sista Bola are you telling me that ” No” can be a good thing? I’m not convinced you might say; alright humour me..
How many times have been in a hurry in traffic and the red light says “No”? Did you ignore it? Of course you didn’t because if you did, you wouldn’t be reading this article conveniently because you might have lost a limb or even be dead.
Do you remember the times you wanted everything when growing up and your parents said “No”? You were sad or probably angry, however looking back now, aren’t you grateful that they did?
“No” has helped shaped you, it was important in building your self-control and has open your eyes to the reality of not getting it all.
Before you write-off “No” , remember if God didn’t say “No” to the devil, evil would have probably been the only thing we human beings would have known.
I leave you with these words: begin to see “No” in a better light, just because “No” doesn’t have a fancy name doesn’t make ” No” a bad thing.
No! It’s not a bad day, just because you didn’t get it all. Take what you got and fly with it.
You matter! My name is Sista Bola. .
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