"There Are No Shortcuts To Success" – Rev. Fada Angelo Chidi Unegbu

In this post, Rev. Fada Angelo Chidi Unegbu talks about how there are no easy ways to succeed. He emphasizes the importance of working hard and being patient to achieve your goals. Read on to learn about his valuable advice on reaching success through dedication and perseverance.

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"There Are No Shortcuts To Success" – Rev. Fada Angelo Chidi Unegbu
There Is No Success said by Rev. Fada Angelo Chidi Unegbu

Rev. Fada Angelo Chidi Unegbu, a respected clergyman known for his insightful teachings, has emphasized the importance of avoiding shortcuts on the path to success. His words serve as a powerful reminder of the enduring value of patience, diligence, and integrity in every aspect of life.

Fada Angelo Chidi Unegbu aptly pointed out that while shortcuts may seem alluring and promising in the short term, they often lead to detrimental outcomes in the long run. By highlighting the risks associated with taking the easy way out, he underscores the significance of embracing the journey itself, rather than fixating solely on the destination.

Drawing from the wisdom found in the book of Proverbs, Fada Angelo Chidi Unegbu echoes the timeless adage that "good planning and hard work lead to prosperity, but hasty shortcuts lead to poverty" (Proverbs 21:5). Through this profound biblical reference, he emphasizes the value of meticulous preparation and persistent effort as essential components for achieving lasting success.

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Furthermore, Fada Angelo Chidi Unegbu encourages individuals to draw inspiration from the natural world and the example set by religious figures like Jesus. By referencing the intricate processes of creation and the deliberate path chosen by Jesus during his ministry, he highlights the significance of patience, gradual growth, and genuine transformation.

Rev. Fada Angelo Chidi Unegbu's message serves as a guiding light, encouraging individuals to prioritize the cultivation of integrity, perseverance, and a steadfast commitment to the journey. His teachings underscore the need to resist the allure of shortcuts and instead embrace the virtues of patience and hard work, recognizing that true success stems from the dedication to continuous learning and development.

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In a world that often values quick results over enduring achievements, Fada Angelo Chidi Unegbu's insights provide a much-needed reminder of the importance of staying true to one's principles and pursuing excellence through steadfast determination and unwavering dedication. His teachings resonate deeply, serving as a beacon of wisdom for those seeking to navigate life's challenges with resilience and grace.

According to Fada Angelo Chidi Unegbu on Facebook 'he wrote;


In your journey to success, always avoid shortcuts if you want to reach your destination on time. In the journey of life, shortcuts might look faster but are always dangerous. The story of shortcuts hardly ends well. They may appear to save costs, but at the end, they are always very expensive. Since shortcuts lack experience and quality time, anything achieved through them will hardly stand.

When searching for true love, economic prosperity, good health, peace of mind, and so on, always avoid shortcuts. Follow the due process and be patient. When training a child, building a family or home, building a house, or learning a skill, in fact, in everything you do, avoid shortcuts.

It took nothing less than 50 million years for the sun to form. It took over 6 million years to produce the present humans. There is no creature you know today whose coming into being did not last for several millions or billions of years. That is why they are stable to a large extent.

Let us learn from God, who did not use shortcuts in creating the universe and everything in it.

Jesus could have used shortcuts in establishing his ministry on earth, but he went the long way of being born as a human, growing up like every other child, grooming his apostles like everyone else did, and so on.

According to the book of proverbs, "good planning and hard work lead to prosperity, but hasty shortcuts lead to poverty". Proverbs 21:5 If you really want to succeed in life, avoid shortcuts! Anyone promising you a shortcut to anything does not love you. If you like, continue to depend on shortcuts. One day, others will learn from your mistakes.

"Fans commented on the post" saying;

Divinefavour Chinonyerem: I don't understand. Does it mean the biblical account of creation is wrong? The 'let there be light and there was light'. It was not immediate?

Felix Nsi:  So creation that took 6 days in the eyes of GOD (as it is in the Bible) is actually 6 million years. And on the seventh day GOD rested (so na one million years Olisa used to rest).

Kingsley John Santos: Fada what is the meaning of black mass in Catholic church,am a catholic but someone just asked me that question today and i said i don't know.

Ozulu Ibeh: Fasa Angelo, for the first time since I was introduced to your platform, I will have to disagree with you on this subject matter. I had always believed, just like you, that short cuts do not pay.  As the old saying that the patient dog eats the fattest bones has become untenable, archaic, obsolete and deceitful, that admonition which says "short cuts do not pay" has been made to be untrue by what has just happened in Nigeria. You know what I mean . Today, it is on record that majority of the people who control the affairs of Nigeria cut corners to be where they are. The clergymen and Scholars (especially professors) who are supposed to provide the moral rectitude to our society have not only compromised their positions and authorities but they became willing agents of these criminals. How do we justify this your injunction with what we have today in Nigeria?

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