SOW AND REAP

Sow and Reap

Life is all about striving to achieve your desires and goals 

In order to move forward

You must be ready/prepared to face challenges

Even if one had been destined for great things

They can’t achieve great status by sitting back

You have to struggle before your destiny comes to pass

Some opportunities were helpful

Only to those who were well prepared

How can a person who doesn’t attend school

Be employed and given a position that requires a graduate.

How can a person who doesn’t learn a trade

That is required in a certain establishment or place

Be able to provide a service that would earn him income 

How can a farmer who doesn’t sow a crop during the planting season

Expects a bountiful harvest 

How can a student who doesn’t read

Expects to be a useful graduate after their education

How can a disobedient wife

Expects her husband to be loving and caring

How can a young person who doesn’t respect elders

Expects younger ones to respect him

How can someone who lives in dirty surroundings 

Expects to have a sound health

Good brings good

Evils bring evils

Righteous deeds bring eternal joy

Ill deeds cause discomfort

Rasheed Olayemi

Rasheed Olayemi was born in Lagos, Nigeria into the family of a business magnate, late Alhaj Chief Mustapha Temitope Lasisi. He is a teacher. He has taught in private schools in Abeokuta and Lagos for over a decade as well as manifold extramural classes. He has a great deal of experience in teaching. He is also an author. He writes poetry, prose, and dramas. Olayemi is the author of Poetry for the Rightful Thinkers published by Trafford Publishing, Bloomington, IN, USA. The book won The Gold Seal Of Literary Excellence Award after a meaningful review by The US Review of Books in 2014. He is also the author of Poetry On Moral Values published by Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency, Houston, Texas, USA. Some of the short stories he authored were The Regrets of Omotolu & The Illegitimate King published by Smashwords & Amazon, MATOWO (a Yoruba language short stories) published by Evans (Brothers) Publishers, Nigeria. In July 2013 he attended the International Education And Resource Network (IEARN) Conference held in Doha, Qatar. He had worked in Dubai, UAE for a few years.

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