The Law of Intolerance
What you are comfortable with, you can not confront and what you do not confront, you can not conquer- Unknown
Whenever God finds a man of conviction who is intolerant of the status quo, then He has found an insturment of change-Prince
The difference between planning and achieving that which has been planned for is implementation
Every meaningful reformation, development or positive change is often preceeded by an aparent discomfort, sacrifice, and pains.
Nature has so ordain it to be so. Life is in stages and the arrival of each of these stages is always announced by crisis or challenges. Our progression and development from foetus to embrayo through childhood to adulthood is laced with several of such experiences.
If we look at the pains, we may never count the gains. One of the reasons why Mile I market has been left as batcher over the years is because of the pains the traders will have to go through. And yet they have been forced through such pains by the many fire outbreaks that have gutted the place.
My heart goes out to all those who in one way or the other were affected in the ongoing reconstrcution exercise especially the residents, traders and tenants who are the most hit. Most landlords were duly compensated while thier tenants were left to count thier losses. In fact we all have been affected in several ways. The road where our place of worship (church building) is situated has been marked for dualization and all buildings along it will be affected.
Though painfull, we know PHC will be better off for it.