Hi, I am Olakunle Soriyan. Now, what if I tell you I can effectively avoid being a victim of 419? Yes! That I can avoid falling victim of deception, misuse or abuse all in the name of friendship. You see, I couldn’t have married a wrong wife or live in the wrong neighbourhood or partner in business with the wrong person. No! I am able to talk this way because I know everyone comes into your life for a reason; some come for a season to lift you up and bless you in a season. And some come to pull you down in a season. Some also come to lift you and bless you for a lifetime; while some come to pull you down for a lifetime. It is your duty to know the difference. The difference in people is the difference in your life. I know the difference and the understanding and science that sustain it. The difference in people is the difference between divorce and a good marriage, between poverty and wealth, between loss and gain, between living life as it should and being killed by a ritual killer set-up by your tenant, or cheated by a friend, or jilted by a guy, or deceived by business partners, or whoever. To begin with, you must start by accepting a new thought that you have to change your definition of who a stranger really is.
Haven’t you noticed that our deepest pains rarely come from those we hardly know? They come from the people you have chosen to trust. People we call friends, associates, allies or blood.
Every relationship needs a measure of discretion, and no amount of discretion is too much in this perilous time. Everyone in your life right now must pass the test of meaning, authenticity and truth. There are no coincidences; and there’s a reason you are reading this right now. It’s time to take a second look at everyone around you, check the standard you have adopted for accepting people into or rejecting people out of your life