Everyone has at least one talent. It’s just that some talents are pointless.
Mungu alikupa vipaji ili uwanufaishe wengine na si kujinufaisha mwenyewe, na aliwapa wengine vipaji ili kukunufaisha wewe na si kujinufaisha wenyewe, kwa lengo la kuleta mabadiliko chanya katika dunia yetu.
Each person has a sacred potential for a specific purpose.
Leaving your dreams and living someone’s dreams is like dipping a pole into a pool to catch a weaver bird alive! It doesn’t work that way… Pursue what God sent you for!
Don’t depend on someone else’s plumages to define your beauty. You have brighter and beautiful feathers. Just fly with them!
God gave us imaginations because that’s one of the ways we can visit the future! Thoughts are transport media!
… A man is not usually called upon to have an opinion of his own talents at all, since he can very well go on improving them to the best of his ability without deciding on his own precise niche in the temple of Fame… [Man] did not create themselves… their talents were given them, and they might as well be proud of the colour of their hair.
Some are born to love, and some to fight. How can I ever succeed at both?
You have a great talent and a great role in the world.
The Wizard of Oz teaches us a valuable lesson about what makes a journey meaningful. It is not mere possession, but also awareness of our unique gifts that enables us to put them to use. We learn that conquering trepidation and taking that first step is the only way to come to self-awareness, master our talents, and seize opportunities to support each other to success.