Friday, 29 April 2011

"5" STEPS TO MIND LIBERATION

“5” STEPS TO MIND LIBERATION

(S.S.D.D.A)


This post is specifically tailored to serve as a wake up call to anyone desiring to see life in a different bearing. Thus, I am admonishing all my readers not to only read but also practice and share this post with relations for maximum personal developments. As matter of fact this is just an introduction to the in-depth coverage which will be subsequently posted on my blog so stay tuned in for first hand information. Meanwhile thanks for visiting, reading and commenting

To kick start bringing into light this hidden treasure about the true power of the mind, I first dare to ask if it’s ever possible for anyone to achieve any form of progress in life whilst mentally flabby (out of shape)…?

I guess the answer will be affirmatively negative. I therefore believe this answer serves enough as a testament, why freeing the mind is very essential to daily developmental process.

Research has shown and proven that there is a little bit of mental disorder in everyone human thus, making us “non- 100% normal”; we all do have some form of disorder day in day out and is an undisputable fact. The following are some forms of disorders that can occur in every living creature in a matter of time;

Anxiety (e.g. fear, panic, obsessive-compulsive disorder etc.),
Mood or Emotional disorders (e.g. depression etc.),
Psychotic disorders (e.g. delusions, hallucinations, thought disorder etc.)
Personality disorders (e.g. paranoid, schizoid, antisocial, histrionic etc.)
Eating disorders (e.g. anorexia nervosa, exercise bulimia etc.)
Sleeping disorder (e.g. insomnia)
Sexual disorders (e.g. dyspareunia, gender identity disorder etc.)
Impulse disorders (e.g. Kleptomania, pyromania, gambling etc.)
Mental disorders (dependency on substances leading to drug abuse)
Developmental disorders (autism spectrum, conduct disorder, attention deficit etc.)
Somatoform disorders (e.g. conversion disorder, Neurasthenia etc)
Factitious disorder (e.g. Munchausen syndrome)
Relational disorder, self-defeating personality disorder, sadistic personality disorder, passive-aggressive personality disorder and premenstrual disorders and more are propping up just in a matter of time due to daily changes of occurrences in the milieu (environment).

Knowing the greater impact and relationship the mind shares with any form of disorder, I do like to discuss mind liberation process thereof to aid personal development. More so, other forms of disorders I believe are likely easy to be resolved unlike one’s relating to “the mind” which mostly deserves self cure as a starter; the perfect medicine never sold anywhere I quote from “free your mind”.

The mind plays a very critical role in our daily lives but needless to say has failed to gain the according recognition and appreciation due. It’s to this regard I deem it necessary expressing my views and opinion on here, as a writer who is passionate about life.

No wonder amongst the physically challenged the mentally unfit is seen to be the most unproductive to society, why because the brain is not in good shape to imagine or create anything useful for societal consumption. At least the blind can learn to walk, deaf learn sign languages etc… what of the “mentally challenged”? I leave that for your judgment my dear reader.

In summary, the dictionary defines “the mind” as a memory for remembrance, conscious thoughts, wishes and feel of a person’s state of being.
Inasmuch as I agree with this definition, in a different perspective I think the mind’s true worth as been greatly under-defined and under-mind respectively in one way or the other. To me, the mind is also “the greatest pool of asset any living being is gifted with, which posses the power of imagination and creativity never sold anywhere on the street or across the globe”.
“So brethren, no matter where you are or situation you find yourself in never allow anything imprison your power of creativity and imagination, free your mind and be productive”.

Below are some considerable steps in the mind liberation process, which in turn can foster personal growth and development;

1.      SELF ACCEPTANCE OF THE PROBLEM;

(SINCEREITY):

Foremost is self acceptance of the problem, which is a generous act of sincerity to the mind. And I quote modified from free your mind; “a mind that is troubled is one that is insincere to its own self for one reason or the other”. I believe everyone will bear with me that where there is no problem, there is definitely no need of a solution. Simply put, for a person to desire discovering solutions to problems about his personal life or any other, he foremost must affirmatively confirm and admit the existence of such problems. That’s the only way solutions can be found and meted out. No wonder where there is a will, there is always a way. In furtherance to this, it goes a long way in augmenting the efforts of the mind liberation process.

2.      SOMETIME AWAY FROM THE WORLD;

(SOLITUDE):

Secondly is the need of a moment away from the world, out of distraction. Solitude fosters a very serene platform for problems at hand to be unleashed. Individual personal experiences has shown that even relationships in time turns boring; why because the mind is fed up with capturing and sharing same old memories over and over again in the same atmosphere with same occurrences.
Thus, this necessitates the need for a trip or vacation to a different environment to experience and capture fresher moments even if just for a jiffy. The application of this in mind liberation is very vital because it craves room for a time of solace away from distraction; necessary enough to aid recollection and flashing out of haunting memories from the mindset.
It’s therefore advisable if the personality in question could eschew distraction by taking a moment away from work, family and friends to be able effectively kick start this process.

3.      DUGOUT AND LIST OF THE PROBLEMS;

(DOCUMENTATION):

Thirdly are digging out and listing of the problem which is very important for easy trace of the issues. Documentation requires that the problems are reflected on, recollected and written down so as to ensure that no problem goes unidentified and unsolved.
One may ask why the need for documentation. I think it’s just proper to document the problems because humans as we are can be easily forgetful. So therefore, listing will serve as a source of easy reference or a blue print against actions to be taken during the liberation process. This I suggest should be placed on a scale or preference, order, urgency and priority.

4.      UNDERSTANDING AND CLARIFICATION OF THE PROBLEM;

(DIAGNOSIS):

In fourth place is understanding and proper clarification of the problem which serves as a diagnosis step for the right solution to be meted out.
I believe that even when ones visit the infirmary for treatment, the doctor foremost diagnosis the patient’s illness before a prescription for cure is given. Diagnosis therefore is a very important step in mind liberation because it offers the personality in question the opportunity to determine the root of the problem for the right solution to be sought and affected.
Below are distinctively (10) roots through which a particular form of problem may arise;

1.      FINANCIAL RELATED
2.      MARRIAGE / RELATIONSHIP RELATED
3.      EMOTIONAL RELATED
4.      RELIGIOUS OR SPIRITUAL RELATED
5.      FAMILY AFFAIRS
6.      WORK / JOB RELATED
7.      HEALTH RELATED
8.      ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
9.      PERSONAL ATTITUDE OR CHARACTER RELATED
10.  SOCIAL LIFE RELATED.

Subsequently after the above has been accomplished, easier will it be tracing roots of the problem and addressing it accordingly with the appropriate measures or solutions.

5.      DECISIVE ON EXPUNGING OR PROBLEM SOLVING;

(ACTIONS):

This step is the very last yet most crucial aspect amongst all. Because after all is said and done, decisions need to be taken and that’s what brings the turning point in one’s life. This can either be from better to worse or worse to better depending on the choice of solutions and action.
Truth need be told, decision making is the toughest task considering management of our daily lives; why because that always makes or unmakes anybody. This emphasizes why it’s not every leader who is a manager. It’s always the first step to the pros and cons of our daily lives, making it therefore very prudent for anyone to proceed at this juncture with a word of prayer before any furtherance step.
Inasmuch as we share different religions, one thing I know for sure is that we all have faith and believe in “One Supreme Being” who supersedes all… My faith tells me in JAMES 5:16 that, “the fervent prayer of the righteous availeth much”, so what about you? Call on yours.
Now coming back to the sub topic under discussion, it is my opinion that some problems arise to be negative haunting experiences in our lives, thus needing to be expunged from the mental system; whilst others are that which form part and parcel of our daily activities, needing well defined and tailored solutions.

 “10” WAYS TO EXPUNGE PROBLEMS:
In retrospect therefore to expunging, the following are ten (10) tried, tested and effective activities that can be considered to aid the liberation process;

1.      PRAYER
2.      PRACTICE YOGA, ENOUGH REST AND SLEEP
3.      CUT CONTACT WITH ALL ITEMS RELATED TO THE PROBLEM
4.      AVOIDING CONSISTENT LONELINESS, BE ENGAGED IN AN ACTIVITY
5.      TRY LISTENING TO INSPIRATIONAL MUSICS/MESSAGES
6.      TRY TRAVEL, SIGHT AND NATURE VIEWING
7.      PRACTICE A HOBBY LIKE COOKING, CHATTING, RESEARCHING etc.
8.      TRY WATCHING GEOGRAPHIC AND COMEDY VIDEOS
9.      ENGAGE IN OLD FONDLING GAMES AND EXERCISES
10.  TRY ART WORKS LIKE READING, WRITING, BLOGGING, PHOTOGRAPHY, etc.

 “5” WAYS TO PROBLEM SOLVING:
The following are five steps to be considered in problem solving;

1.      PRAYER
2.      SEEK PROFESSIONAL/ SPIRITUAL ADVICE
3.      JOT DOWN POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS ON A SCALE OF EFFECTIVENESS
4.      MAKE A CHOICE OF SOLUTION OUT OF MANY
5.      SET YARDSTICKS TO EVALUATE AND MONITOR CHOICE OF ACTIONS

 NOTE:

STAY CONNECTED FOR MORE “ELABORATED” VERSIONS OF DISORDERS TYPES, STEPS IN EXPUNGING AND PROBLEM SOLVING TECHNIQUES IN MY SUBSEQUENT POSTS. THANK YOU!!!

BY:

EBENEZER ADOKWEI

(EBENDY)

73 comments:

  1. You did a great job putting it out there. I loved that you also discussed solutions, options!

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  2. Great post.

    I tried yoga, but I kept daydreaming instead of mediating. And I really should get in more sleep. Oops!

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  3. Very sound advice! Thanks for visiting my blog.

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  4. Just glanced down but plan on coming back to visit this afternoon. Thanks for following my blog. Following you now and looking forward to reading more. Donna
    http://mylife-in-stories.blogspot.com

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  5. What an excellent post. I need to try to practice some of these steps. I think that we are all on overload and just need to find the time to just to shut down and regroup our minds.

    Thank you for visiting my blog and for the kind comment. I am your newest follower.

    Vickie
    Http://victoriasvoice44.blogspot.com

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  6. @ Ella, thanks for the kind words and for the visit.Lovely day.

    @ Stina to be very honest Yoga needs a lot more of guidance to connect the mind and soul.But practice makes one perfect.Keep up trying am sure it work out pretty soon.For sleep we all do need one.So you better have enough of it if
    otherwise.Thanks passing through.Lovely day.

    @MuMuGB@. Thanks for the visit and comment.Hope u good.Lovely day.

    @Donna,You are always welcome.Thanks for the visit and comment.I recommend you read free your mind prior to this post.Share to help change lives.Lovely day.

    @Victoria, it's very well said.Sometimes we just worry the brain too much and this leads to lot of hardships in our lives.You welcome and
    thanks for visiting and commenting too.Lovely day.

    Thank you all. Enjoy your day.
    EBENEZER

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  7. Hey E, nice blog..pretty informative and interesting too. keep it up and do visit again.

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  8. Great blog and post Ebenezer! I thought your blog was going to be all new agey, but it really isn't; it is logical, well thought out, clear, excellent advice. As a Christian I know that no-one can change the heart but Christ, but you bring a lot of knowledge and what should be common sense but often isn't. Great job!!

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  9. Very interesting posting! You give useful advice on how to except and improve. Thanks

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  10. I completely agree to continue to work on ourselves. I have been reading the 7 habits of highly effective people from S. Covey. I highly recommend it if you haven't read it. Good luck on your journey and thank you for sharing.

    Thank you for your comment on my site. I am now following you.

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  11. Thank you for your kind words on my blog, Ebenezer. And thank you for being a positive voice -- offering insights to the masses. Have a great day!

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  12. Thank you for this inspiring message Ebenezer.
    Solitude and prayer is that “lonely place apart” that refreshes my soul, ignites creativity, and generally inspires me to face the world with fresh, new perspective.
    I never found the companion that was so companionable as solitude. We are for the most part more lonely when we go abroad among men than when we stay in our chambers.
    ~Henry David Thoreau
    Warmest wishes and blessings,
    ~ Debra

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  13. hey thanks for popping in today, these are sound principles...and very helpful...thanks for ptting it out there...

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  14. what a lovely post and great advice! :)
    i'm glad you like my new header!

    and thankyou for the comment on my blog :)
    XOXO, BECCA
    http://www.fashion-train.co.uk

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  15. Thanks for the comment and visit! Lovely post, what a great way to help people with everyday struggles. I can't wait to start practicing some of these steps. I think it is so important for one to free their mind.

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  16. Ebeny, I appreciate your visit to my blog http://marryingover40.blogspot.com/
    You have a very motivational and inspiring blog. Thanks for sharing!

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  17. I love this advice. I really think that some people need help learning how to "free their minds." It's super important in all aspects of life. A sense of negativity around a person impacts everything, including one's health. I make a constant effort to remain as positive as possible.

    http://www.glamkittenslitterbox.com/
    Twitter: @GlamKitten88

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  18. Ebendy, as I read this post I found myself shaking myself and saying, "Yep, have to do more of that." :) I find your suggestions for ways to problem solve to be spot on. I find a lot of comfort through prayer, which not only brings me solace, but allows me to see my circumstances through different eyes. Great post!

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  19. It' s a great post. You did a really good job. Thanks for your visit and lovely comment.

    www.denizsaatcioglu.blogspot.com

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  20. this is great

    http://themashedup.blogspot.com/
    Lydz xX

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  21. I like that you offer solutions to these problems. I can't seem to meditate on my own, ubt place me in the middle of nature, and my mind quiets. I think I need to spend more time in the great outdoors!

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  22. Ebenezer, an excellent post, which, I am sure will help many people. I appreciate your visit to my blog and the lovely comment.

    Pamela

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  23. wow! this is what I call a 'power blog'!
    informative, well thought out and clearly written and interesting!

    looking forward to reading more from you
    thank you

    thanks for your visit, comment and for following

    take care!

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  24. Much good advice here. Glad to discover your blog and thanks for your visit to mine.

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  25. @ Elizabeth, Thank you very much for topping up with this insightful comment.Hope you good.God bless you and stay in touch.Good day.

    @Izumihiiiflower, You are welcome and thank you too.Be sure to come back for more, Lovely day.

    @V.Furnas, Thanks for the positive comment.Hope your day has been terrific. Lovely day and stay connected for more.

    @momof2,Thanks for passing through and leaving this precious message on my page.I will check it out.Hope you good.Lovely day and stay connected for more.

    @Kenya, I'm highly uplifted with your comments.Thanks passing through. Be sure to come back for more.Lovely day.

    @Debra, you've said it much better.Good that you share my thoughts and opinions on this topic.Thanks for the comment and quote.Great way to leave your finger prints on my page.Be sure to come back for more.Lovely day and be good.

    @Brian, you welcome and thanks for appreciating my principles and works.Hope u doing good.Be sure to come back for more and have a nice day.

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  26. @Becca, you are welcome and thanks for the comment.Hope you doing good.Be sure to come back for more.Lovely day.

    @Jaclyn, Thanks for been on here and you are welcome.I keep on doing this work for the love humanity.Be sure to come back for more.Lovely day.

    @Cynthia, you welcome and I highly appreciate your passing by too.Thanks for commenting.Be sure to come back for more.Good day.

    @Bonnie, Great that we share similar opinions on the topic.Am happy to have you here leaving this great comment.Be sure to come back for more.Lovely day.

    @Bella, thanks been on here and leaving such insightful comments and experiences on here.Am happy you are a practicalist to my theories.
    Hope you good, stay connected and have a lovely day.

    @deniz saatçioğlu, You are welcome and thank you too for passing to comment on my works.Hope we stay connected for good.Lovely day.

    @Lydz xX, Thank you for the positive comments and hope you will stay in touch.Lovely day and take care.

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  27. great!!!

    xx

    www.sickbytrend.com

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  28. @Suitcate, you know we all do have different things that moves our spirit so if the meditation is not working and you like nature's bosom, i will urge you to go for it and wish you all the best.Thanks for commenting and sharing your experiences with fellow bloggers.Stay connected and have a lovely day.

    @Pamela, Thank your for the kind words and you are always welcome.Hope you good.Plz do stay connected.Lovely day.

    @Hope,you are welcome and thank you very much too for leaving your signature and finger prints on here.Surely stay in touch for more to come.Gob bless and lovely day.

    @liv2write2day, pleasure is mine.It's really generous of you to return the favor and leaving good comments on my page.Hope you good.Stay connected, lovely day and be good.


    THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR COMMENTS,ADVISES,
    EXPERIENCES AND IDEAS SHARED ON HERE.LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING YOU ACTIVELY NETWORKED TO MY BLOG.BE FRUITFUL AND STAY HEALTHY.

    EBENEZER ADOKWEI.
    (EBENDY)

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  29. @ Sick by Trend, Thanks for the comment.Lovely day

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  30. Thanks for visiting my site. Liked your problem-solution writings .Will be back to read some more more leisurely on my day off.

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  31. Thank you for some wonderful reminders for healthy living, Ebenezer. I especially love that you included solitude, and yoga - one of my favourite practises :-)

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  32. Thank you butterflies of time, you are always welcome.Hope you good and keep up with the good works on blogging.So long.

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  33. Naomi, you are welcome and thank you too for passing by to comment on here.Great to know that you already practicing some of these steps.Wishing you all the best in all and stay connected.Lovely day.
    EBENEZER

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  34. great information - thanks for posting

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  35. You are welcome Sandra.Thanks for this wonderful comments.Hope you good.Lovely day.

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  36. Hi Ebendy .. thanks for visiting .. I had read your post - cheers Hilary

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  37. Thanks for your comment to my post much appreciated:

    I read yours and I fully agree with all you wrote, I have been practising relaxation for many years and have read many books on the subjects you have written about. I am a very positive person in general but of course no one is perfect and the one thing that bugs my life is a health fear, it rears it's ugly head every so often so I tend to concentrate of freeing my mind from this fear.
    Thanks for a superb post,
    Yvonne.

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  38. I was pleased to see that "Prayer" was #1 on your list for the solution to a problem. You are indeed a wise man.
    Prayer is God's way of allowing us to tap into His power.

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  39. Great advice, Ebendy. I know it's all effective. You are a wise man! And it is so easy to relax, even just walking around the garden and admiring God's creations....Christine

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  40. Wow, this is certainly a very comprehensive article. I hope all goes well with you.

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  41. Wow! What a lot of information you have on this post. I can see that you have been working very hard on this. I appreciate you stopping by yesterday and for following me. I'll be checking back.

    Take care,

    Kathy M.

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  42. @Hi Hilary,Thanks and cheers too.Hope u good.Fruitful times...

    @Yvonne,You welcome and thanks for sharing your experience on here with fellow bloggers.I hope we all learn together.As for relaxation, it really helps a lot but try adding prayers to back it up and am sure you will overcome the fear. 2timothy 1:7 says,
    "For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind.........".Bless you.

    @Covnitkepr1, am so much honored for the kind words.God bless you for your generosity and sharing your mind with us here.Hope to see your regular visit and network.Fruitful days......

    @Christine, you've said it right.Thanks for passing through,sharing and leaving this wise message.Hope you good and keep on visiting and networking.God bless.Fruitful days......

    EBENEZER ADOKWEI

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  43. Hi Ebendy, I was happy to see your comment on my blog, thanks for dropping in!

    Prayer is my primary way of freeing myself from the snares of life. Jesus is faithful to bring my needs to Father.

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  44. @FishHawk,Thank you.Great people like you and fellow bloggers put me to the task in accomplishing these works.Without you guys, my doings are nothing.Thanks for passing through and hope all goes well for you too.Fruitful times.........

    @Angela, Thanks for the positive comments.Hope you good.Take care, stay connected and keep up with the good works.Bless..

    @Kathy M, Thanks for acknowledging my hard work to this post.But it's nothing without fellow bloggers like you sharing your ideas and views on here.Hope you good and all is well.Keep up with the good works, stay connected and i will be still following you.
    Fruitful days..........

    EBENEZER ADOKWEI.

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  45. Dimple sorry i don't know your name.lol. I say you've made the right choice.Prayer is the master key to everything.You are welcome and i will be always connected.Thanks for the wonderful opinions and experience shared with us here.Hope we learn form that.Take care and fruitful times..

    EBENDY.

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  46. Great post Ebendy! What I love about it is how much sense it makes, and how much good advice is in it!

    I find the second point-taking time away from the world to be really important, and I also like to practice prayer and meditation. I also like to spend time working in my garden. Getting in touch with the earth helps me get back in touch with myself.

    Thank you for this wonderful, insightful information-and have a wonderful day:)

    Valerie

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  47. OOhhh..a nice butttt longgg post,you are doing great friend..keep it up..wish you lots of success..Enjoy ^_^

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  48. @Valerie, am highly uplifted for sharing your experience and appreciating my works.God bless you keep up with the good works.Meanwhile stay connected and have a fruitful day.

    @Creative mind, thank you for passing your comments.I will consider minimizing my post soon.Anyway am a talkertive though..lol!! Hope you good, stay connected and have a lovely day.

    EBENEZER ADOKWEI

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  49. Interesting post. Our environment plays a strong role in how much we can overcome negative influences.
    Nancy
    N. R. Williams, The Treasures of Carmelidrium.

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  50. @N.R. Williams, O yes our environment depicts much of what we become.Thanks for agree with me on this and also passing your wonderful comments of here.I really appreciate the effort fellow bloggers like you put on here in assisting me improve my works.May God bless you all.Be sure to come back for subsequent posts and have a fruitful day.
    EBENEZER ADOKWEI

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  51. Hi friend...excellent post here! Have enjoyed reading your views and I agree with your many suggestions. I was speaking only the other day on this very subject.

    Thank you for posting.
    God bless...
    Lisa

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  52. @Lisa, thank you for passing by and attesting to this subject issue.I hope we all do learn from it and impact our lives positively.Take care, stay connected for subsequent posts and have a fruitful day.

    EBENEZER ADOKWEI

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  53. "Eighty percent of the people in the world are fools and the rest of us are in danger of contamination." ~~Horace from Hello Dolly

    Thanks for visiting and following my blog. I'm now following you back.

    Joyce
    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com

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  54. Hi friend.
    It's nice to see you again. Thanks for the gems of information and helpful tips.
    Blessings to you.
    Robyn

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  55. I agree most battle are against our minds and I also believe prayer is the key to winning ALL battles. Thanks for sharing.

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  56. Wow damn man damn at the first sight at your blog i can't even imagine that your one blog post can get over 50 comments but after reading your post it is worth it.

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  57. Wow damn man damn at the first sight at your blog i can't even imagine that your one blog post can get over 50 comments but after reading your post it is worth it.

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  58. I like the ten ways to approach a problem. It's true that we don't allow ourselves enough time to play!

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  59. Excellent Ebenezer! Good food for thought...lots of helpful exercises. I love that you present the possibilities of "not normal" and help us to make moves toward change. Really appreciate and agree it all begins with prayer.

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  60. Very interesting. Thank you for sharing this wonderful advice. I like how you included prayer as the first solution for problem solving. I will be sure to check back for more updates to your blog.

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  61. Thank you for visiting my blog. All good and inspiring advice! x

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  62. Your post is very inspiring. Thank you for sharing your ideas. I will definitely put them to use. I think they will be really helpful. I look forward to reading your future posts! Hope you have a blessed day!

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  63. @Joyce this is an awesome quote. I love it.Thanks for contributing your ideas on my blog in shaping our future generations.I'm also following you.Have a lovely day and stay connected.

    @Robyn, Thank you too and its nice to see you once more on here.I hope all is good.Also thanks for the kind words.Stay healthy, positive and productive and be sure to come back again.Lovely day.

    @Toyin, thanks for agreeing with my views and hope we can share this little secret with fellow brethren to change lives for peace to prevail within us,families and the world at large.Stay connected and have a very lovely day.

    @Deepak, It's good that you've realized that the comments on here is worth it.Trust me every good works deserves some congrats so do you anytime you give your best in anything.Keep up with the good works and you will get more comments than i do.Be sure to come for more positive stuffs on here.Lovely day and be good.

    @Deniz, Nice of you passing by.Yeah the ten steps rarely comes applicable in our daily live so am sure we all do make good use of some if not all for personal developments.I hope you good and keep up with the good works.Take care and lovely day.

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  64. @Our stories God's Glory, Thanks for passing through and leaving this kind words and fresh ideas on here.Hope you good and sure prayer is the master key to anything.Stay connected and have a lovely day.

    @Toya, thanks for agreeing and appreciating this post.This will stand for nothing if not because fellow bloggers like you.Continue sharing your ideas and views to impact lives.Hope you good and all is going well.Wishing you all the best, stay connected and have a lovely day.

    @Isabelle, Thank you too for visiting my blog.You are always welcome and stay connected for good so we can continue sharing and learning from one another.Wishing you all the best and have a lovely day.

    @Amy, thanks a lot my friend.It feels good when you do little yet is appreciated and applauded.I'm counting on this inspiration my works give to take up the challenge to do marvelous things on here.Hope you do same and wishing you all the best.Stay connected for subsequent posts.Have a lovely day.

    THANKS TO ALL.GOD BLESS!!!
    (EBENEZER ADOKWEI)

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  65. Thank you for this post. It was just what I needed to read today... it is also consoling to realize that we all struggle with something, and that those who struggle are not alone... Prayer is amazing. I will put these strategies into practice. :)

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  66. @ Jade am really happy for your visit and thanks for the positive words and also sharing your experience on here.Hope you are fine and getting better day is day out.Ofcourse prayer is amazing.Hope you get positive responses when you try this out and stay connected.God bless.

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  67. @ Sarah Allen, Thanks for the kind words and you are always welcome.Hope you good.Take care and stay connected.

    @Everybody, Sorry i have not been up to date on here because i took ill but now back with lots of positive stuffs to share so stay connected and enjoy the weekdays.

    EBENEZER ADOKWEI

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  68. Does masturbation count?

    picklesinmyass.blogspot.com

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  69. I can vouch for the power of solitude. I get my best ideas when I fold laundry or go on long walks.

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  70. Angie it can't be said any better.Thanks for reiterating the practical effectiveness of solitude.I'm happy for that solitude adds so much value to your life.Hope u good.Take care and be in touch.

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I'm highly honored and appreciate you passing by.Your positive criticism,ideas and comments keep me in shape to deliver my best.I will always try to return the favor of staying connected to you.God bless and be sure to comeback over and over again.THANK YOU!!!
EBENEZER ADOKWEI.