We All Can’t Be The Same

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We all can’t be the same, everyone has their speciality. If you think you are good, someone is better; if you are better, someone is the best. You are the best only because you haven’t seen your match yet. Can’t quite figure out the word, but it doesn’t just stop at best. There is always a step ahead and someone right there.

We do ponder within ourselves; He is not
from a different planet. He doesn’t have an alien-size brain nor a genius back in the days. Yet, he’s miles ahead! WHY? Well I can’t be certain about the reasons…it varies.

Being intimidated won’t move us an inch, neither will inferiority complex. They will only thwart our progress and freeze our potentials. They should not be a problem but rather, a challenge. We only have to crave to improve what we’ve got.

Though it takes lots of pain to gain what we aim, it doesn’t always go in vain. We all can’t be the same, just as we differ in names, but we can all be special in our game.

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Adewoyin Joseph || @Jossef69

5 thoughts on “We All Can’t Be The Same

    Dara said:
    February 22, 2013 at 10:56 pm

    Deep one bro….but I think the distance between you and the best is just “the extra mile”


      Joseph responded:
      April 1, 2013 at 2:45 am

      On point bruv…


    Bessie said:
    June 3, 2013 at 6:58 am

    Success and fulfilment are a defination of expectation and expectatn achieved respectively. Compare yourself with your expectatn


    Yemie said:
    July 1, 2014 at 5:33 pm

    True talk! Like my dad always says ‘Ma wo esin elesin sare’! Meaning, ‘don’t use someone else’s progress in life as a yardstick for yours’! Everyone’s special in their own rights, that’s just how spectacularly genius our Maker is, when He made each one of us different. We all have our peculiarities, and once we can accept ourselves for we are, and be the bestest we can be as ourselves; having let go of unhealthy comparisms and unsolicited rivalry with others or even going as far as coveting what others have, we’d be mighty good! Nice one, Senor! Kudos!


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