Thursday, May 14, 2009

Essential vegetables for growth

This was supposed to go up with the "Holy vegetable" cartoon strip, but for some strange didnt appear after i clicked on "publish post".

I stumbled on the strip and just found it funny and childishly meaningful,infact, my nephew runs round the house screaming "have you eaten your holy vegetables today mummy" and strangely, she says, it keeps her in check as she does a mental review of her actions through the day.

Anyways, this here was inspired by my pastor, kindda like adding a personal touch to something we fall into the habit of tagging "spiritual attributes" most times.

So, here's my own version of the fruits of the spirit (holy vegetables, essential for in relation to our everyday life...enjoy

Gal 5: 22 - 23 (JT)*

What happens when we live Gods way? In the same way fruits appear on
an orchard, He brings into our lives such things as:

Our motive for the things we do and the choices we make being love
and genuine affection for others

An upbeat and positive attitude as a sad face chases money
away...believe me it does

Calmness in the midst of trouble and a worry free attitude...after
the worry, what next?

Persistence and staying power cos it aint always smooth sailing but
He shows us to stick it through as long as its the right path

The ability to focus on others and be a problem solver....enough of
me-me, don't let yourself get worn out by "you"

A generous and giving heart

The ability to be reliable and a person of
integrity....opportunities would come knocking if you're reliable
and stable


The proper attitude of treating people cordially and exhibiting
exceptional customer service, even when you don't feel like they
deserve it

The ability to break free from laziness and do what has to be done
as at when, to be self motivated.

So people, lets make up our minds to eat daily doses of our holy vegetables and build our selves wherever we fall short, as they say, life makes way for those who make up their minds.

Have a great week/weekend ahead y'all, and hopefully, more gist coming soon on the singing / stage pet project i spoke about in my "Here Goes" post.

* JT - Jhazmyn's Translation


  1. am first??


    nice description..i have to read it again to digest it.

    hope u well?

  2. This is very insightful "food for thought"! I especially liked the point about having the ability to focus on others and be a problem solver....that's something I want to improve on. Patience is not my virtue...
    Great stuff!

  3. lol @ "Jhazmyn's Translation"

    Anyway, this is really creative, insightful and educating. And I hope I have been eating my holy vegetables well...

  4. I'm so making myself some holy vegetables! Can i have an Amen? lol

    Thanks Jhazmyn. How're you doing?

  5. aw, how cute your nephew is. I need God to mold the soil in my heart so that these holy vegetables can grow again.

  6. version JT is ill always remember to eat my holy vegetables...5 a day

  7. @ Aloted
    I'm good, tnxs for asking

    that makes two of us o...patience and i are like water and oil..or used to be..hopefully

    @ Rita
    I hope so too, lol

    @ Writefreak
    AMEN, i'm doing good, and big ups on ur manuscript

    @ Omo Oba
    extremely cute and trying i tell u
    dont we all?...

    @ fums
    aww tnxs, and how healthy u'd be when u do just

  8. This is a more detailed way of explaining the fruits of the spirit. Something we can really relate with.

    I need this reminder always.

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  10. Great stuff, we really need to be feeding on the word, and analogies like this make somethings so much easier to relate to.

    Nice one