Not A Treadmill


More often than not, you have better chances when you make a move than when you do not. You should not go through life waiting for that perfect opportunity to make the first move. There is no perfect opportunity. We take the opportunities and perfect them ourselves.

It’s just like a marriage. The fact that a couple has a perfect marriage does not translate to the fact that the individuals themselves are perfect. Two imperfect individuals decision to work at the opportunity they had been given, produced the marriage you aspire to have.

What am I trying to say here? Sometimes. You just have to seize life by the horns and make the best use of what you have been given. That’s really all it takes. Have a goal, plan for your goal and take action. And like the Bible says in Habakkuk 2:3, wait until your vision becomes real in your hands and in the eyes of people.

More so, the Bible also says whatever your hands do shall prosper (Deuteronomy 30: 9). We often forget that the Bible touches on everything that concerns us as human beings. So long as you’re not lazy and you’re working, the Bible has great promises for you.

One popular scripture is found in Proverbs 22: 29. It says, ‘Do you see a man skilled in his work? He will stand in the presence of kings. He will not stand in the presence of unknown men’. The Bible does not lie. This even applies to unbelievers. It simple. If you work, you will reap.

Lastly, life is not a treadmill. On a treadmill, you’re moving but you limited by the length of the treadmill. Even on the treadmill, if you stop moving, you stop seeing results. The same way in life, there’s no such limit. If you’re moving, you’ll get to your destination one day.