Hello lovely people! It’s another great privilege to have to share a little thing with you again. Thanks for the encouragements so far. Today, I’d be sharing something about my grandfather’s and how it taught me to be careful of what I’ll also leave behind. I hope you all will get value from this. 
My grandpa went to meet with the Lord three years ago. Before he left, he was so fond of us and we were also so fond of him. Though, I did not really know him so much but when he passed on, I began to know so much about him. 
Since the time he kicked the bucket, people have been telling us how he impacted their lives positively and the good things he did for them. This made me realise that I am so lucky to have a grandfather like him and I am proud to be His grand daughter.

But these thoughts never leave me 👇 👇 👇

When you leave a place, what would people say about you? Would they recount the good things you did or they would praise God you left? Hmmnnn… Let’s pause and think. What shall we be remembered for? 
Let me say good bye with this short message. Let’s remember that whatever we touch, we leave finger prints and as we touch other people’s lives, we leave our identity engraved upon the walls of their heart. 
And like a sage once told me, life is better when you are happy but life is at its best when others are happy because of you. What will you be remembered for? 
Bye!!!! Have a lovely weekend! 
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Damilola Esther Akiode was born on the 29th of April, 2008. She’s currently a JSS3 student of LeadWay Victory School Aloba Orogun Ibadan. She’s born into a Christian home where the fear of God, hardwork and love for humanity are parts of their core values. She likes reading, writing, speech delivery, teaching and learning new things. She also likes events planning. She dislikes any act of cheating or unrighteousness.

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