A collection of quotes by Ogwo David Emenike.
Mind your mind, soon, you will mine from it.
Ogwo David Emenike
First seek happiness from within, then you will find it without.
I acquired courage from the masterpieces of sages. I came of age by their instructions to keep going, even in hard times. Then I learnt not to despair, even when it seemed that my world is falling apart. I learnt to possess fortitude.
The slogans hang on and press on have solved and will continue to solve the problems of humanity.
Perform your task and I shall know you. Perform your task and your genius shall befriend the more.
Accept and express your underlying certitude, and it shall be worldwide sagacity.
Holding on, holding out and holding fast when the going is tough constitutes a winning mindset.
Happiness springs up from within. Do not seek it without.
That failure serves a purpose!
True happiness that stands the taste of time comes by recognizing and appreciating what we do possess.
Happiness is a journey, not a journey's end.
People enter different paths seeking for happiness and fulfillment. We must respect other people's individuality. Just because they're not on your path doesn't mean they are on the wrong track.
Developing your unique thought to the level of being appreciated and adopted by the world - that's genius.
The commencement of true happiness is the realization that your happiness begins with you.
What would have been the fate of sages if there were no fools?
When a man begins to do that which is assigned to him, it becomes as if he is more endowed and favoured than his fellows.
We all have different paths in life. As in purpose, so is happiness. As our purposes differ, so do our roads to happiness differ, though we may have common grounds.
Greatness is in influence, and not necessarily in affluence. It is not achieved by being a 'paper millionaire', but by being a 'people millionaire'.
Fear breeds cowardice, and cowardice compels bravery.
When I was foolish, I detested sagacity. I ate the fruits of my foolishness and ignorance. I thank God because I was once foolish. It was from my foolishness that I learnt and understood the true savour of sagacity.