Treasure Island

chibuzor ossai


Inspiration


Inspiration, why inspiration? Must i be inspired? What use is it? What benefit has it for me? Many are future leaders but make themselves future servants many have great future but are not future builders because, they lack inspiration many are talented but do not develop their talent many are programmed but are not programme executors because they are not inspired many have resource but are not resources manager many are empowered but cannot manage their empowerment because they lack inspiration Oh inspiration giver, inspire me to be empowered inspire me to be resource manager Never to be nuisance in my society oh inspiration my utmost desire

Submitted: Saturday, April 20, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 02, 2013

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