Monday, June 29, 2015

The Consequence

I absolutely have no problem with those who choose to the option of going homo/gay or bisexual, it's like me choosing wine and others falling for the cigarette and some other doing both cigarette and wine.. it's a world of choices and such people should be allowed to do what they like with their assholes but where I stand against such is when this people choose not to go with the consequences.

If you head to the seminary or convent to become a priest in the Catholic Church, you're definitely dead sure you just signed away the right to biologically have your own children, therefore I beseech or dear brothers and sisters in love to acknowledge the consequences of choosing to love your kind and go matrimonial with it, it comes with the condition of not being able to biologically have your own progeny so please prepare for the consequences if you've not had any before you made this choice.

Desist from the idea of adopting children, it is an attempt to deprive children that were created by those who took the option you rejected so don't even think of it, stick with love and the consequences of it, dare not deprive this children the opportunity of having a normal life. Your sexual orientation was a choice and not a normal situation or natural condition so please eschew the idea of adopting children that were born by straight people in your bid to probably show them love that you lack, please embrace the beauty of being gay, remain childless and allow those children that you are trying to help have a normal life. Don't make gay-ism a normalcy, it is better for this children to grown up without parents than to grow up in the confusion of having either two daddy's or two mummy's, don't deprived them the normal life you had before you made your choice to go homo, let them grow up normally so that they can make choices rationally just like have done.

Please don't mix up the idea of adoption with other options, this plea is all the way, don't even toy with the idea of surrogacy, the fact that the child is from your spermatozoa does not give you the right to deny them a normal life, no you can't do surrogate, going homo is like taking the oath of celibacy, please hold unto love and let it hold, it is an abuse of the right of a child to normal life if you break this rule, don't deny any child the right to a normal life, be it yours or someone else' child. If you were born by a father and a mother, raised by your own blood or adopted by another but raised in a home where there was a real mum and a real dad, please stay away from the idea of having children as long as you've made the choice to be gay, it is important, all lives matters and should be allowed to have normal experiences as you had it before you made your choices.. be true to your man or woman depending on your choice of homosexuality and enjoy the consequences of it. It is not a crime, sooner or later, society will embrace you better so don't worry, just be happy because I love you too.

Please be real, your choice of love is really not a thing to worry about, I personally totally understand where you are and I can only hope you'll understand society as well. Long before you were born, anything that is not seen as normal is usually resisted, sometimes with violence so brace yourself, not everyone is like me, but soon you will become a part of our culture, and like every special member of the society, you will soon become ubiquitous, functioning in your own world and blending in so fine like the rest of us. Please don't remind use that you are gay by holding a placard over your heard everywhere you go as if what you are doing is wrong, it is not wrong, it's only abnormal so please learn from the straight members of the society, remove the placards on your head and let the gay part of you be behind doors with your partner like the rest of us that are not, you don't have to remind us that you are gay and proud, we are not proud about our being straight but we are cool with it. Please keep your sexual orientation mum, we don't need to know.

Lastly before I stop this my unusual rant, remember it is your duty to keep the world around you sane either you are sane or gay, being who you become is not priority, what you project and how other see you is all that defines you in the end. Be smart and courageous and let the world see it in your actions and reaction.


I'm Abidemi Babaolowo Oderinlo
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Monday, June 15, 2015

Iya Agba - Letter To My Grandma In Heaven

Dear Sabitiu Cecilia Oderinlo,

It seems like a few days ago that you left but indeed, it’s been more than a few years, it’s ten wonderful years already since you left this world of sin to the realm that is unseen to us all, a chapter that we hopefully will see or never get to see if Jesus returns before the inevitable unseen arrives. It’s beautiful that you left at the ripest of age, an age when death was celebrated with funfare even with tears in our eyes, it is sad for me that you left me here all alone, with no one to pamper me like a toddler, no one to run their hand through my hair and make feel like nothing else matters, I rejoice in the beauty of your life, sad you are gone, hoping that I will hold you in my arms again dear Sabitiu.

I know you might find it hard to believe but it’s true, for the first time in a long time, I woke up very very early this morning after sleeping so late and said a prayer, not for myself, but for my friends and foes and the world around me. I could hear your voice aloud in my ears, your sweet sonorous voice reaching out to the God of Heaven as you intercede for all and sundry, giving no damn whether even God can hear you or not because you believed in words and in God Himself more than God could imagine. Your ardent believe in God is not your fault though, who else will you believe in if not the God of heaven that gave you Oluwarantimi (God Remembered Me) and Olatundun at a very old age, making me the bonafide Super Grandson of A Barren Woman. Even when you’ve given up, God showed up so you cared less about whether He was going to show again… you held unto him all through, and here we are, in hundreds and more, the children and grandchildren of the once barren Sabitiu, my “Iya Agba”. I hope you are resting and not working hard up there like you always do, I trust you sha, I know you can’t grow weak even in Heaven.

I’ve got good news for you Cecilia, the feat that God did with you, yes! Ending your barreness… He’s visited us again and Auntie Dupe Pupa, yes Dupe Olaiya your granddaughter has finally given birth to a child… don’t scream and dance and roll like you usually do, I know she’s in her 50s, but I also know you were older and you still had Tundun after Ranti… We are already in our Oliver Twist mode dear, we are asking Baba God for a son for her like you had it. I forgot you are up there with Baba God, you saw it all already, just tell big G that I have collected Boluwatife from her, she still needs her own child… Yes I did, I took her as my own, she came on the same day I was born, and she’s my name sake so she’s mine. Atlast I found someone that will make me miss you less, just like Ayokunumi, just the thought of her brings me limitless joy.

Iya Agba mio! (in Uncle Paul’s voice), I hope you are there with your son Paul, he left before you but we kept it a secret because you loved him too much and we didn’t want you to die of a heartbreak like he did, we loved you too much too but we are glad you finally found him again… you guys have been together for 10 years now, I feel jealous he’s got you because I miss you, but I’m glad… I can say I miss you.
I miss making those fine cornrow with your felefele hair, knowing it will get loose in two or three days and I will have to plait it again, your thought me almost everything, including how to make a woman beautiful by making her hair, I miss every minute of you and I am glad you are mine forever, not even Iya Toyin that I love so dearly can take your place. I love you Iya Agba mi!

I couldn’t cry when you died, everybody did but I just couldn’t find tears, I laughed when I saw your son cry, I chose not to believe it but tonight, I write this with tears in my eyes… not just because you’re gone, I remember everything you were and I just can’t seem to find anyone else to fill the void you left. I will say nothing about who you were, both the dead and living that knew you celebrate you today again and again.

I will pretend I believe that phrase “God loves you more”, even God knows that I love you more.

Keep Resting My Dear Grandma.
Iya Agba
Iya Alate
Iya Onidiri

Aya Baba Ori Oke

Yours in love,
Abidemi Babaolowo Oderinlo
Oko Iya Agba

Monday, June 8, 2015

Introducing! The Beautiful Daughter of A Barren Woman

Here's my beauty, my heart, my one and one true sweet heart, the bestest gift I have received from God.

Let me introduce you to Oreoluwa, Boluwatife, Eniola, Ayokunumi...

I'm sure by now you must have noticed she's my name sake "Eniola" but that's not all... She's my birthday mate, my heart, soul and etc mate... We're #Aries πŸ‘Œ and more importantly the offsprings of barren women.

I'm the Grandson of a Barren Woman "Sabitiu" πŸ˜‰ and Boluwatife here is The Daughter of A Beautiful Barren Woman "Modupeola" who happens to be my big cousin 😘. She got her rare beauty from her barren mum, perhaps because she came through a womb that has been preserve for more than 50 years πŸ’, a perfect gift from God she is...

Don't act surprised, she's the first child and the only daughter of a 50something year old woman, she arrived on thesame day I was born in April 2015 and we are hoping her lil brother comes in a year or two. My dad and his sister came when my late Grandma Sabitiu was in her late 50s and early 60s so don't even think I'm asking for the impossible, remember I'm the grandson of a barren woman, I've been there before πŸ˜‰.

Now that you've met my everything, I hope you know you don't really really matter πŸ˜‰ she's all that matter πŸ’― πŸ’― forever and God ultimately. Ehn... Don't even think about it, my @culbertamuwa is still πŸ’―πŸ’― and Oyindamola is still πŸ’―πŸ’―, they just got a lil sis and the πŸ’―πŸ’―% % feeling got a multiplier effect.

If you've given up on yourself,convinced yourself that God has forgotten you, just need to let you know that Boluwatife lon Ε›e n'sola, AΕ›eyiowun L'Oluwa. Don't give up on yourself, get up and smile, look into the eyes of Ayokunumi and rewrite the word hope in your heart.πŸ™πŸ‘Œ

It's still me, The Grandson of A Barren Woman, introducing the Boluwatife, The Beautiful First Daughter of A Gorgeous Barren WomanπŸ’—πŸ’–πŸ’“πŸ’•πŸ’‹πŸ™

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Friday, May 15, 2015

The True Definition of Grace

The society plus the English dictionaries erroneously defined Grace as

" the free and unmerited favor of God, as manifested in the salvation of sinners and the bestowal of blessings (in Christian belief)"

Yes it is free and given only to those who accept it, yes it was manifested through the death and resurrection of Christ, but it doesn't bestow blessing or immunity in such perspective, it rathers gives you a new identity that is defined and characterized by the life of Christ, giving you the ability to resist sin and overcome temptation. It doesn't give you the license to continue in sin under the guise of "the price is paid" or "I am immune to sin", grace does not cover for sin, it gives you the power to step away from it totally.

To make it clearer and more congenial, I will use an analogy that defines everything clearly so we understand the perspective of grace, away from the general perspective.

Whether you are a saint or sinner, white, black or any colour between, Pope or usher, President or the least in the civil service, as long as you are not Khaleesi aka Daenerys Stormborn Dany The Unburnt of the Game of Thrones, if you deep your hand into an open flame or you're thrown into a burning pit, you will get burnt like suya because that's the natural order. That is the nature of sin, that is its natural identity, it's like the flame, not a respecter of any man; when you deep your hand into it, you become guilty, a sinner and if you don't make restitution or obtain mercy through confession and reconnection with the redemptive power of Christ, you remain a sinner and you earn the ultimate wage which is death; not the death but eternal death as defined in the (Matt. 25:46; Mark 3:29; Hebrews 6:2; 2 Thess. 1:9; Matt. 18:8; 25:41; Jude 1:7).

A prominent Old Testament word describing God's grace is "Chesed". This word speaks of deliverance from enemies, affliction, or adversity. It also denotes ENABLEMENT, CAPACITY, DAILY GUIDIANCE, FORGIVENESS, and PRESERVATION. The New Testament word is "Charis". It focuses on the provision of salvation and not an elimination of sin.

Grace doesn't give you the license to go and continue in sin and remain blameless, it prevents you from stepping into sin when you come into close contact with it, enables you to step away and preserves you with knowledge. It gives you a new life and a refined understanding, a daily guidance on how to live like Christ without struggle. Grace is not defined for incessant pardon, it is engineered to preserve you in Christ and away from the capacity to sin.

You can stay away from sin, you can live a life of grace powered by god, remember what the apostle said in Phil 4:13
“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”

It's not hard too achieve this, me sef no holy pass but I understand this for one "Ore Ofe Saa Ni Mon Je".

I'm Abidemi Babaolowo Oderinlo
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