One thing I have learned about making stew is that you must be patient in order to make sure the tomato sauce is well fried. Sometimes, you stand by in order to stir it in the hot oil. If you don't, you might not get that fresh taste you desire.
Yes, it is indeed very hard.
No distilled advice. Tis like trying to find directions to a place you’ve never been before. Not knowing the way, you might spend longer trying to get there.
When you have a mentor, however, life is easier. You can ask questions and get clear answers. Works like magic. You’ll be like, “wow! So it wasn’t hard after all?”
Today, my younger sister walked up to me and asked who was my mentor. I started thinking. *covers face*
Well, all my mentors are futuristic in a way. I listen to their works, read their books, but do not currently have a one on one channel with them. I know them though. I know who I want for mentor, and whom I want to pattern my ministry like.
Then she asked again, “Who is under you?”
I think I gave her an answer.
She afterwards expressed interest in having a mentor. I said to hook her up with one that will assist her.
Wow! It was amazing to see her ask all those mature questions, which my generation sadly isn’t asking.
I must do something. I must find someone within reach who can afford me clarity for my life dreams.
Bless God who will lead us all to our mentors.
Do you have a mentor?
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