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My Bread : #IndolenceIsCostly #DoSomething!

dss.jpgIf you have been following this blog for a while, you’ll know I’ve encountered two kinds of bread, nay, many more kinds of bread.

Of course only 2 of these very many breads stand out in my life. The first is what I call, Bread of Fresness, the other, Bread of Joy. Do good to read about them.

But these breads one way or the other left my meal scene. Their bakeries changed location, and so I got stuck with regular bread. The thing with

regular bread is that they are not exciting and at such you may not likely eat them on time. More so, days when I am very much on the do, I actually forget to eat bread. This time I observed something.

I observed that the bread I bought and didn’t open started going bad after about 3 days. I had to leave it on my table to spoil further just for

me to draw a thing or two from that experience.

1. When we leave our projects untouched, they begin to stink, which is why we must EAT THAT FROG NOW. Do that very thing you want to do today,else it will begin to stink on you.

2. The bread can refer to our talents. when we leave them unused, you actually think you remain the same. No, you begin to go bad.

I discovered, from observing the various breads that have come upon my meal table that:
1. Bread will not go bad if eaten by you. And you can only eat the bread if you make a conscious effort to. When you are too busy to, it will remain there, lying on your table.

2. Bread will not go bad if you share it with others. It was magical. I shared the bread I bought with my friend and it finished well on time. It didn’t go bad. I was happy, he was happy, no bread was left spoilt.

I have decided to eat every bread I buy, and as at when due. Please eat yous too!

Do that very something, now! Eat that frog now!


Ike Amadi

Author of the book Do Something! I am an advocate of all things #fresh. I want to see you become a #dosomethingperson.

  • phebe

    Yes. I’ll eat the frog! And the bread! Now! Now! Hope they won’t react in my tummy though 🙂

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