There is need for us to expand in our thinking horizons, and at the same time, imbibe continuous learning which is the key to becoming fresh and making us experience new life in our society. Therefore, he or she, that ceases or stops to learn, ceases or stops grow in terms of knowledge, wisdom and understanding.
The popular Nigerian born United Kingdom based Clergyman, Televangelist, Scripture Teacher, Founder and General Overseer of Kingsway International Christian Centre (KICC), Pastor Matthew Ashimolowo, has advised people to be willing to expand in their thinking, and that, continuous learning is the key to becoming fresh in life.
Pastor Matthew Ashimolowo made this known via his official Twitter handle.
"Be willing to expand in your thinking. Continuous learning is the key to becoming fresh and making the adjustment required to experience new dimensions of possibilities." Said, Pastor Matthew Ashimolowo.
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