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“You were born in a first class hospital, I was delivered at home, we both survived….


You went to a private school and I went to a razz government school, we both ended in the same University.
You woke up from the bed and I woke from the floor, we both had a peaceful night rest.
Your outfits are all expensive, mine are all simple and cheap, we both still cover our nakedness.
You ate fried rice and roasted chicken, I ate pap and akara, but we both still ate to our satisfaction.
You ride on Lexus jeep, Range Rover, G Wagon, Hummer Jeep and I use public transport, but we still got to our various destination.
You may be reading this post from your sony xperia, BBZ10, Q10, Iphone6+ and I typed it with my Nokia asha201, we still see the same thing.
You got married in Dubai and I married in Ijebu Ode, we both wore ring and people ate rice.
Life is not a competition and there are different ways to get a lot of things done, different lanes all leading to the same destination.
Just because your neighbour is doing things faster does not mean you are failing.
Happiness doesn’t come from having everything, but from making the best out of what you have, it’s all about how you see yourself.
Stay on your own lane and forge ahead”

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