|The Kenyan Shepherd|
For God to bless the work of my hands and to walk in his will even as I approach this venture is crucial for me. So I keep looking out for signs, keep listening to hear His voice. I'm so glad I have a shepherd that is fail proof.
There is not day I'm not thankful! So as I cautiously proceed with my ambitions and great stuff for business, prayers will be appreciated. I can't wait for this to come to fruition. I might actually make my first million by age 35. Now that will be something. Yet, I have so many more things that depend on the success of the project that I have in mind- orphanages to be funded, schools to be built and even TV programs to be written and directed. I'm not contented with just the success of one. One who is successful must help elevate his/her community.
Success must be shared otherwise it will turn into loneliness.