Dr. Otaigbe’s Wisdom Newsletter

Blaming others for our woes is fruitless.

When I opened my devotional this morning, I was reminded of the danger of blaming others for my situation. In “Everyday Wisdom,” Dr. Wayne Dyer said, “Blame is a neat little device you can use whenever you don't want to take responsibility for something in your life. Use it and you'll avoid all risks and impede your own growth."

•Trying again and again is better than stopping halfway.”~African proverb

You’re not a quitter. Get some rest and keep going. As former British Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, aptly states, “Never never never give up.”

•The kids are watching...

Let’s model the behavior we want to see in our kids. They’re watching and listening. Kids learn what they live. 

•Singing like a bird...

“I want to sing like birds sing. Not worry who listens or what they think.” ~Rumi, ancient poet and philosopher

•Smiles & Giggle Time:

”My doctor told me to go to the gym three times a week and work with the machine that I like. So every time I’m there I go straight to the vending machine.”~Overheard