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MY GRANNY DAN CAME BACK TO ME!

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Hello Everyone!

Happy New Year! Haven’t posted anything since this year. I began interning at a wonderful place this January and I haven’t had time for myself. I wake up early and go to bed pretty late. Continue reading “MY GRANNY DAN CAME BACK TO ME!”

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Of Favourite Movies And Facebook Friends. 

From the Internet-connected net

He died at the age of 22. I am 22. I couldn’t stop the tears from flowing and at night, I went to bed with thoughts of Freddie Steinmark on my mind – spent an hour reading everything I could find on him from the Internet.
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S.T.E.L.L.A

Stella :

…The one who came into the garden of my heart but instead of uprooting she planted.
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MOURNING 21 – PART TWO

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New Friend's Facebook Cover Photo.

There are good people in the world.
There are bad people in the world.

I’ll try to tell you what happened on 24th March – 26th March 2016.

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NNE NNE

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Between the earth and sky above, nothing can match a Grandmother’s love.

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JACKIE COLLINS

If you want to be a writer, stop talking about it and sit down and write. – Jackie Collins.

Was walking towards the ATM to withdraw “my last card” when I saw these beauties. What got my attention was the book by JACKIE COLLINS, HOLLYWOOD WIVES. I couldn’t resist and so I took a picture of it.
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1480679_10152038833022631_1038954923_nPAUL WALKER

Rest In Peace Paul… i was a big fan…

Fast and Furious 6 (ending prayer)

Father thank you, for the gathering of friends.
Father we give thanks for all choices we have made, cause that’s what makes us who we are.
Let us forever cherish the loved one we have lost along the way.
Thank you for the little angle, the newest addition to our family.
Thank you for bringing ‘Letty’ home, and most of all…

THANK YOU FOR FAST CARS!

IF SHE COULD DIE…

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If she could die then indeed, everything is vanity .
Where do I begin? Where do I start from?
Death never really hits you until someone close to you dies. In that moment you begin to feel the pain that comes with death. Funny enough, I did a post on death few weeks back because I lost two aunts but I didn’t know that the bigger shock was coming.

They say your high school moments are your most treasured moments and I believe that now. The memories are all coming back. When I first met her,I never knew we were going to be this close. Until I got to the senior class, she became my “School Mother” but as time went on, she became more than that.
She became my BESTFRIEND and everything that accompanies that.
Words fail me…Words fail me indeed.

The day was October 18th 2013, like any other Friday. I had just gotten up from the bed – siesta when I decided to check my facebook page and what I saw was the BREAKING NEWS!
I tried to understand by suppressing the emotions that was already boiling from within.

Words can’t explain how miserable and lonely I would feel for the next few weeks. I blamed myself, for not calling, for not knowing.

If Chioma could die, with her beauty, grace, intelligence..OH!! if she could die..
There’s never going to be another YOU and life will never be the same. (It really hasn’t been the same, so much has happened. You know this, I write to you everyday.)
Death, the necessary end that will come when it will come.

You all have to understand that life is really too short. You never know if you are going to see someone again. You never know if it’s going to be the last. So never fail to say “I love you” to that special someone in your life.
On September 11th I got a message.. “9/11 is a reminder to tell those close to you how you feel” something like that can’t really remember now. And immediately I saw it, I picked up my phone and sent a text to MY CHIOMA. And she replied saying she loved and missed me too. We talked few times before she died but the thing is we never got the chance to say that to each other again. What I’m trying to say is this , I didn’t misuse the opportunity I had. I’m glad I told her that , even though we said it all the time to each other. I never knew it was going to be the last.

Even the mightiest of men, the wealthiest, the most intelligent, the prettiest, all of us are frail. We have no power whatsoever to save ourselves in the face of death. The pound sterling , no matter how high its exchange rate is can’t buy back life, that knowledge you have can’t either, death won’t say ‘Oh look, here’s a pretty one ,think I’ll just let her live’ Reality check: that just doesn’t happen. Death is just inevitable. The when or the how or where is totally beyond our control, we really don’t know when we’ll draw our last breath. We all pray for longevity, but truly who knows tomorrow? Who is able to say what will happen? NOBODY.

Some of us go through life with this air of arrogance, probably because of our job, our family status, people we know or for other funny reasons. There is just this attitude of ‘self-sufficiency’ and I’m not talking about money here. Some people just feel like they don’t need God anymore and treat him like he’s a buffet table, “Oh God, I’d like an extra large portion of blessings and special grace and mercy, a rich vegetable salad of wealth, good health and prosperity, and oh God, While you are at it, can you just cause all my enemies to die by fire? And please send an angel to help me hasten up that contract approval? Oh no, I wouldn’t like any helping of true worship or dedication and service to you nor do I want you to correct me when I go astray, my plate is filled already. Thank you God, that will be all for now, talk to you next when I need help.”
We go through life chasing shadows and meaningless material things. Building up things that can be taken away or destroyed easily, forgetting that what truly matters are not our material possessions but the PEOPLE AROUND US and OUR RELATIONSHIPS WITH them.

The thing is, this ‘Life is short’ saying is a cliché that really doesn’t even truly describe how short life is. We should just learn to live for the moment, build meaningful lasting relationships, be a friend, love God earnestly, worship Him (this is the sole purpose for mans’ creation in the 1st place), forgive, get involved in charity, give back to society, make an impact in peoples’
lives, do what you love, spend quality time with your family and friends, lend a helping hand, give your life meaning, spread love all around you and have fun while you are at it. Just find that which gives you happiness because anything less is not acceptable, go through life with a certain amount of joie de vivre!.

Chioma taught me the meaning of TRUE LOVE. Loving her was so easy, it came naturally and I COULD GIVE THE WORLD TO HAVE HER BACK. I used to say, Chiomy, if you were a guy, we prolly would have gotten married.

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She came into the garden of my heart, but instead of uprooting, she planted!!!

Loving you was everything and it still is….Loving you was so easy…I read our letters all the time, I laugh and smile and THANK GOD I spent SIX YEARS in UMUAHIA.

NO REGRETS!!!

Keep Resting In Peace My Love.

N/B: POST UPDATED FOR THE TWO YEARS ANNIVERSARY OF HER DEATH…

Adriel©2015

DEATH

“DEATH , THE NECESSARY END THAT WILL COME WHEN IT WILL COME”

“God has reserved to Himself the right to determine the end of life, because He alone knows the goal to which it is His will to lead it. It is for Him alone to justify a life or to cast it away.” Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Death is a necessary end, we all are mortals , no human can live forever (apart from our “vampires” who only exist in stories and even the vampires die when they are staked with a wooden stick).
Death comes anyhow, anywhere, anytime. It comes every day, every week, every year. OH YES! Death respects nobody. It comes to the rich, poor, male, female, President, citizens, old and young.
We see still births, babies who are born dead. Some babies only have few minutes to say “HI” to the world and before you know it they die. Others live up to their teenage years, get their degrees and die. Some other people who are really lucky get to live up to 70 and above.

Losing a Loved one is one of the most painful thing in the world. I mean, yes, you know they are gone but you never get used to it, the idea of that person being gone. And so, just when you think its reconciled, accepted, someone points it out to you and it hits you all over again. *SHOCKING*
It kills me sometimes how people die.
But I have come to understand that this world is not our own, we have no say because God alone has the final verdict. Knowing this, what do we do with the life we have? This one life that we treasure? I think the answer is “Preparation” knowing that you can be called home at anytime. Preparation in the sense that we should live our life like we are ready to go, Living everyday like it was our last. Carving our names on the Hearts of people around us, so that when we are gone we will not be forgotten.
According to Harriet Beecher Stowe, “The bitterest tears shed over graves are words left unsaid and deeds left undone” . Whatever it is you have to
Say to that brother, sister, husband, wife, best friend, colleague, neighbour Please Say it now!! Do it now!! Life is too short.

Peace with God will help you face death when it stares you in the face, because when you take care of your life, the Lord will take care of your death..Simple!
Finally when the time comes for you to die, you need not be afraid, because death cannot separate you from God’s love.

Meanwhile, let us all pray for LONGLIFE!

**ADR!3LNAL!N3**