Be kind to yourself. (“Lani n tan kan, ki ni iwo esin”)

Attending expensive schools does not guarantee a better tomorrow over those who attend cheaper or public schools.

What matters most is to give the best education you can afford to your children and build their character as a parent. Destiny will still play out.

Living in a Mansion is not the same as having a Home.

Some live in mud houses in the villages and have a blissful home. Yet, some living in mansions in the choice neighourhoods of the city lacks happiness.

Wearing expensive cloth is not the same thing as looking good.

Some can only afford clothes with materials of just a thousand naira per yard. Yet, they look more adorable than those who are dressed in very expensive clothes and jewelries worth millions.

That a man can afford the best of medical attention in expensive hospitals around the world does not make him healthier than those who visit the regular clinics and hospitals.

In life, things are not always the way they seem, the best things in life are mostly free and often taking for granted.

As you set out this week, Be kind to yourself and be resolute in the pursuit of your dreams.

‘Tunde Lekan Olatunji
Office of the Chief Whip
Osun State House of Assembly
Teacher | Economic& Financial Expert | Legislator
www.tundeolatunji.com