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Hey Young Man: The Story That Changed My Life

Hey Young Man

“Hey young man!” I ignored and kept walking, then the man called out again “hey young man” then I looked back and behold he beckoned me. I went to him, he asked me for directions and I was able to help being my neighbourhood.

I proceeded on my journey, then it dawned on me, the man just called me a young man, is it that I am getting old or since when did I become a man? I could have sworn that just yesterday I gained admission into the university but then seriously, I am a final year student now, time flies indeed.

Then I ask myself, am I prepared for the role of a man? Do I really have a plan for my future? Besides attending classes, reading and waiting for pocket money am I really developing myself? If I didn’t realise I have become a man then do I really know myself? Tons of questions kept coming and I just had no answer.

This, my friends, became the turning point in my life. That moment marked the beginning of me, you know today. That man’s words “hey young man” opened my eyes to who I was, who I am and who I can be. Do you know who you are? Do you have a plan for tomorrow? Take away your parents and your certificate, would you be able to define yourself.

Hey young men and ladies, are you up to the task?

Author:

Selah is a motivator with one thing in mind and that is to bring out the best in you. The basis of the teachings is that there is nothing impossible for a man who has God and who is dedicated to achieving results. Selah is an economist by profession and a life consultant by practice with wide experience in life, its values and expectations. Selah believes you are here because you need answers but know that it’s only God that can provide all answers and if you trust in Him, He would open your mind as you read through. Selah is glad you have visited this site, hopes you will continue to and hopes the site continues to meet your needs for motivational support. Stay blessed!

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