When you wait to win the war before you celebrate you are defeated.

If you wait till win the war, without celebrating the victories of the battles on the way, you are defeated irrespective of the outcome of the war”

Happiness is not the fulfillment of a grand victory, it is the joy you draw out of the little victories on the way, some wait to win the war before they accept joy, jubilation and happiness forgetting that you need to celebrate the little wins along the way and let’s say it takes them longer than they expected to achieve what they are in pursuit of, they deny themselves happiness, “for his ways are not our ways” , you cannot control God with your prayers you put yourself under the control of God with your prayers for this is the ideal thing to do. When you fail to celebrate victories in battles on the way it is a sign of ungratefulness and here is what happens you get used to denying yourself the ability and the culture of celebrating and depression, sadness etc becomes a new normal. It is the little things, little details. You must be able to tell yourself I am doing great, i am putting the right effort if you are, if you are not command your courage and discipline to do so. But happiness is found in the little things, little details some try so hard to find it but if we are honest it is all around you. What are you grateful for?

Leave Hell behind, dont go back to Egypt

Leave Hell behind.

“The Little things”

Published by Akpederi Raymond

Author of the Spiral of Revelation, My identity graduated from the university of Bu with a degree In mass communication. Love covers a multitude of sin. Embraces the concept and power of creativity.

14 thoughts on “When you wait to win the war before you celebrate you are defeated.

  1. When we celebrate our little victories along life’s treacherous path we tend to forget to give thanks to He or She who granted us our victories.
    A delicate balance.

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