What My Race Taught Me

Life was given freely but with it comes responsibility. We all need each other, no matter your race! I have come to discover with humility that life is life. Being an African taught me so much, the quality we place on life might differ from country to country but the truth is we all breathe the same air and have the same aspirations and hope.

The faith and believe of my race challenged me so much and made me to believe it’s better to help someone instead of turning a blind face to their conditions and problems. A neutral African, will share his only meal and resources with you no matter how little he has.

I am proud to be a Nigerian and living in Ghana changed my perspective on some life issues. Love is no love until it is sacrificial. Love is defined by its commitment to giving all to make life a better place.

Babashola Timothy Ayeni

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