In a recent video on "With Chude" a special series of targeted multimedia conversations and investigations that leverage the voice, network and passion of its host, Chude Jideonwo and his interviews, to underline social issues, raise social consciousness and spark social movements. Mr Chude highlighted that the work of healing dosen't really end, this he learnt from Biola Alabi. It is a journey and does not happen all of a sudden. He mentioned that healing, restoration, forgiveness, renewal and growth growth all takes time to be fully actualized. Sometimes, as long as we are alive, it keeps happening.
He mentioned that sometimes when he is going through troubles in his life, be remembers that he teaches joy and should know how to handle things. But he is also a human being, and all the things he knows might not be able to help him especially when his going through pain, loss, betrayal or fear.
At those times, it is helpful to remember that it is a process, a journey.
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