Day IV
I am thankful that my hands have work to do. Thankful to experience the dignity in Labour.
I’m grateful to be a part of an organisation, providing services and meeting needs;
And for colleagues who add flavour to the journey.

I am grateful for what my job does for me and what I get to do on its platform.
Thank you Lord.

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Day III
Safety
I am thankful for protection and safety on "Nigerian Roads".
God has been faithful.
I ply an express road to and fro, every week day for work commute.
On most days, I use a bike on the express way to beat traffic. Risky necessity.
God has kept me safe.
I have been protected from pitiful stories and experiencing fearful tales.
And I do not take this for granted.

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Day II
I am grateful for perfect timings.
The blessing of being at a place at a certain time;
of coming into a situation after a particular period;
of encountering certain people;

of escaping encounters with certain people;
of taking steps when I did;
of staying put when I did;
of starting a random conversation which became a solution source;
of casually running into a colleague and gleaning useful information; of provisions that arrive just before I realise I need them

Perfect timings are special to me. I take them as God giving me forehead kisses from above. They fill me with so much gratitude and when I think of them, I smile involuntarily.
Thank you Lord for perfect timings!

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Nnenna Dee Onwukwe

Nnenna Dee Onwukwe

Life: motions, spurts and stops, through my -5 lenses