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A wise man once told me "With Time Comes Great Achievements" and each achievement comes at a loss for a gain, for its only true pain that will tell if victory is worth the shoot. We were told that Like most people today,  where they are is not because of their merit but because of someone, who values your ambition and took the risk to speak up on your behave behind those closed Doors. So that you might get what you want.

Others will say the system is encrypted only for those with connections but, did you ever think of what they went through in other to achieve that so call GOAL? did you consider the sleepless nights, hour upon hours of hard work? It is also true that favor place its part, but for the favor to manifest the most be effort, not just any kind of effort but EFFORT OF A KIND. The kind that doesn't go unnoticed. The kind that you build not by pearly tricks, but mere knowledge of what is expected of you. Below is an inspirational message for which I don't know the source, but since it inspired me to write this blog post, I think it fair enough to share it with you guys.

As teachers, students, Friends, Comrades, brothers, and sisters E.C.C. A step to achievement starts at home. Such steps don't define you, either guide you toward the path you follow or lay down. Conclusively, 🙇𓀣𓀘𓀫𓀷𓀚𓁊𓀿𓁁𓀗𓁔𓁦𓁙𓁏𓁅𓁣𓁩𓇱𓇑𓇫𓈍𓈍𓈍𓇻𓇵𓈔𓈔𓋽𓋽𓌘𓌦𓌜𓌓𓋩𓋨𓋨𓋦𓋦𓋺𓐝𓐍𓏾𓏵𓏞𓏘𓏅𓏆𓏮𓏫𓏫𓐀𓏿𓏣𓏤𓏿𓏾𓐀𓐁𓏯𓏥𓏤𓏣𓏬𓏿𓐇𓁊𓀳𓀣𓀚𓀚𓀎𓀏𓀷𓀵𓀵𓀵𓀶𓀶

This is the KINGCADET ASSOCIATION. As a mariner, seek to do the right thing. It all has its MERITS. Thanks for listening.


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