Asaah’s Law: “Nothing is ever done if we have to wait for everyone to be convinced that it ought to be done and does not need to be convinced for so long that time runs out to do something else.” Oliver Asaah
Asaah’s Law Explained
Never wait for approval from other people to carry out projects that matter to you and that you care about. If you wait for their approval, it will take forever and time will run out especially as time waits for no one.
If there is a change you have to make, go ahead and make it happen; after all people are usually resistant to change whereas it might be that change that will see you through the deep waters of your desires and the most soul-searching dreams and aspirations of your life. Wait for no one! How much do other people have for you and your life? The sobering answer is: NOT MUCH.
You might as well ignore their rather ignominious interventions and contraventions. Take your route and do everything to be a student rather than be a follower.
Students take information, assimilate it, add their own wit to it and apply it in a careful manner. On the other hand, followers run after the footprints of the leader sometimes sheepishly and often ignore the new dispensations; Ingenuity is usually not their best asset.
Correct knowledge applied correctly is power. Wisdom is simply the wary application of knowledge not to garnish or adorn your window but to enable motivated and sustained efforts come to fruition. The ultimate goal here is to accomplish your dreams in life. That is the underlining morale embedded in Asaah’s Law.