I was on my way to work this morning and I was listening to a programme on the radio whereby the presenter was dishing out a music titled: “ASSURANCE” by Davido.
This made the presenter and the co-presenter gisting about the recent delivery of a baby boy to the music crooner.
In the course of the discussion, it was asserted that a fake Instagram account opened for the new born baby has started generating traffic up to 200 followers.
I was wowed with this information and I started thinking about this feat made by a child born on the 20th of October 2019.
The question is:
Is it his making or effort in becoming gradually known by people all over the world?
The answer is NO.
He is just leveraging on his father’s popularity and achievements, and this might end up providing a platform of greatness for him in his lifetime.
This made me to understand that grace, glory and greatness are transferable.
This made it important for everyone to do all in his or her capacity in a meaningful way and manner to try as much as possible treading on the path of greatness because once it is achieved, it might end up being a heirloom that could be transferred from generation to generation.
It should be noted that your desire to achieve greatness in life is not about you alone but it has an effect on others that you might not be able to account for now.
Just to note that as greatness is transferable, so also mediocrity is transferable.
Both greatness and mediocrity can linger from one generation to another.
With this, there is a need for you to do everything meaningful and reasonable in your capacity to build a platform for yourself whereby the next generation will be able to leverage on your efforts to realize their purpose of existence.
No one should fold his or her arms doing nothing in contributing to the emancipation of humanity in a little way because no one knows who will end up being the beneficiary of such effort.
Grace, greatness, glory and achievements are transferable feats that no one should ignore for the sake of generation yet unborn.