What Will Be Your Legacy?

What Will Be Your Legacy?
Every man should leave a legacy for his children to be proud of

AFRICANGLOBE – Are you a positive thinker and worker? What will be your legacy?

Marcus Garvey (US) didn’t invest in expanding churches but in investment, a purpose and a legacy.

Malcolm X (US) didn’t invest in expanding Islam, but in a people, a purpose and a legacy.

Martin Luther King (US) didn’t  invest in expanding churches, an aim to owning the largest congregation, but in a people, purpose and legacy.

Ovonramen Nogbaisi (Nigeria) didn’t invest in owning one of the biggest shrine in the world but in a people, purpose and a legacy.

Are you a positive thinker and worker? What will be your legacy?

Kwame Nkrumah (Ghana) didn’t invest in becoming one of the greatest reverend, owning the largest religious organization in Africa, as a Pan-Africanist who wanted the United State of Africa by any means necesary but in a people, purpose and legacy.

Albert Einstein (Swizz/US) didn’t invest in becoming one of the most famous pastor and preach of our time but in a  purpose and a legacy.

Ogbemudia and Ambruce Ali didn’t build mansions in the West, own Swiss bank accounts, send only their kids and families abroad to school, never own an oil well in their own land and territory, nor went away with billion of state or national treasury but invested in Education, a people, purpose and a legacy.

Are you a positive thinker and worker? What will be your legacy?

The list goes on…

Yet these great heroes of time belong to one religious organization or another.

Does any African really need to own the largest congregation to become the hero of his time, influence the world of ideals, improving lives and societies of African across the globe?

What will be your legacy?

“The greatness of a man is not in how much wealth he acquires, but in his integrity and his ability to affect those around him positively. You never know how strong you are until being strong is the only choice you have. Every man gotta right to decide his own destiny. You just can’t live in that negative way…make way for the positive day” – Bob Marley

 

By: Uwagboe Ogieva

 

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