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What Kind of Content Am I Creating?

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One way or the other, we all are content creators. The question is, what kind of content are we creating?

The way we live, the things we do, and how we interact with others, both offline and online, are contents; for we influence the people around us, and even those outside our sphere of influence could get influenced.

Some contents are global, while some are local. Some persons go as far as to document their content in books that men for ages to come would be yet be influenced. And some live their lives so uniquely that though they never write a single book, a lot of books are written about them.

The question is, what kind of content are we creating? Positive or negative. How far, or how many lives do we hope to influence? What are we doing it for? Fame, money, power, love, or…?

“Let your light shine before men in such a way that they may see your good deeds and moral excellence, and [recognize and honor and] glorify your Father who is in heaven” (Matthew 5:16, AMP).

“Be the example they need to see by being faithful and true in all that you do. Speak the truth and live a life of purity and authentic love as you remain strong in your faith” (1 Timothy 4:12, TPT).

Our lives are epistles, and we never get to know the magnitude of influence they have on the readers.

What kind of content are you creating?

The slightest breeze that ever blew
Some slender grass has wavered,
The smallest life I ever knew
Some other life has flavored.

We cannot live our lives alone
For other lives we touch
Are either strengthened by our own,
Or weakened just as much.

- Unknown

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Favour Olumese

Favour Olumese

Favour Olumese is a lover of the creative use of words who utilises poetry & non-fiction to relate humanity and divinity in this ticking phase called life.