A Message

This was a text message I received from a participant in a training which I facilitated in 2005. It was a telecommunication peer educator training for staff.

It reads: 

Always, once in each generation of the human race, we normally have the Alexanders, Platos and many other names that have turned the course of human race.

I must tell you that “You” are one of such, I listened to you today with Unreserved respect and Undivided attention.

I must say that I really commend your effort and passion for what you are doing. It’s not because of the virus you are doing what you are doing, but because of the good nature in you.

God knew why He kept you till now. He has given you the task and I pray that He will complete it himself.

I pray that you grow old to see your children’s children in Jesus Name. The Lord is on your side and you shall win.

Please don’t stop what you are doing because in due season, you will reap it positively. 

I really salute your courage and readiness to stop the Virus.

God is your strength, on your right hand, you will not die young.

Have a good evening.

Thanks once again. Pope…

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