You know me, I love to look at things retrospectively.
Today I woke up feeling a bit emotionally down, majorly because I hadn’t met my personal goals. But then I quickly got out of that messed up mood when I remembered the incidence that occurred in Ojuelegba some weeks back when a truck conveying containers skidded off the bridge and landed on some cars, killing people… I still shiver when I remember the lost lives.
I’m eternally to God for an opportunity of another day. I try not to think to much about what my next plan is or would be… I just flow with the flow. I work hard, play hard, pray hard and love hard. So basically, I try not to live a life of balance and no regrets.
The scary bit about life is that you never know when it’s the end… You just never know!
Still on the accident issue, I bet those guys that lost their lives where healthy people. They must have had everything going for them, but you see that’s not the point. It’s not how long but how well you live those opportunities given to you.
Even if I’m not the richest person on earth, or don’t win first place or be as famous as Bill Gates, I’m still going to remain very grateful to God and continue to work at being a better person.
So peeps, that’s what I thought of before I got out of bed today. 🙂
17 year old Taron Stead was knocked of his bicycle during rush hour by a woman driving her kids to school.
She refused to help him saying that her kids would be upset by the sight of so much blood and besides helping him would make them late for school. So she left him to die by the roadside. Thank God for the staff of Sheffield University who waited until the paramedics arrived.
*Some women are just innately inhuman! Well, I believe in the law of karma sha!*
Source: DAILY MAIL
Remember this guy, Owolabi Akindujoye, whose story was sent as a broadcast on Blackberry messenger, about how he had an accident and was in coma, and how people could help in contacting his relatives.
Well, good news is that, he is out of coma and doing very well.
Apparently, he wasn’t even a student as it was initially presumed.
Owolabi Akindujoye, is a 19 year old bus conductor, who usually slept under a bridge in the Oshodi area of the state before the incident. He fell into a coma after being involved in an auto crash on the Third Mainland Bridge, Lagos State.
Since his admission at St. Nicholas Hospital, not a single relative has come to visit him, despite all the ‘announcements’!
*Now that relatives have refused to show up, my question is this – Who will this boy’s ‘Private Hospital bills’? Is the Good Samaritan who transferred the boy there or St. Nicholas? A crazy thought just crossed my mind…let me not just say it before I cause problems here!*
And to think I just missed it by minutes!
Sometimes, when you have ‘unnecessary’ delays to appointments or whatever, they are blessings in disguise! While I was busy getting upset with my mother for wasting my time, I didn’t know God had a different plan entirely! He was only making sure, we were not involved in this ghastly accident that occurred along Ikorodu Road.
I sure hope there were survivors.