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Sometimes You’re Just A Ben Chilwell – Josh Journal

From shooting themselves in the foot to sticking their foot in their mouth, people end up doing more damage to themselves than their targets.
It is always better to pull a Kante and end things amicably. You ex-friend, boss, or lover should always be left with a smile whenever they see or remember you.

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The Book Of Lamentations – Josh Journal

If volunteers are asked to pick the books they’ll be interested in writing, the book of Lamentations will have the most volunteers.
As a matter of fact, if the new books don’t have to maintain the size of the old, the book of Lamentations will take up ninety percent of the new Bible. There is just too much lamenting to do.

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The Bible Says Cleanliness Is Next To Godliness – Josh Journal

The ease with which people confidently quote the Bible with sayings that are not in the Bible is quite surprising, shocking, frustrating, and disappointing.
In today’s episode of things the bible did not say, we will be talking about “cleanliness is next to godliness”.

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The Biggest Lie Nollywood Ever Told – Josh Journal

A child believes everything his or her parents say until it gets wiser. Once the children knows more, it first recognizes one omission, misrepresentation, or outright lie by the parents.
From that moment, the child begins to question everything the parents ever said and will ever say.

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Boring Routine, Working Routine – Josh Journal

The benefits of having a routine are such that many creatives are yet to understand. Looking at creatives around me, we tend to be disorganized, yet do not understand the correlation between being organized and being creative.
In a bid to act fast, we leave behind messes that in the future hamper our creation process.

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You Are Allowed To Learn Your Lessons – Josh Journal

It is like wanting to touch the fire because you don’t trust other’s account of how hot it is. Or trying to taste every food to know which is sweet and which is not.
At the end of the day, you would eventually learn your lessons, but how long will it take? More importantly, what would it cost you to learn?

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