Monday, March 30, 2015

Tonto Dikeh’s sermon 'Happiness doesn’t come by materialism'

Controversial actress and director, Tonto Dikeh has urged her fans to always give more than they receive, saying that happiness is not quantified by materialism, reports ITRealms.

Tonto in a likely Monday sermon on her Instagram page, told fans that everyone wants to be happy in life, acknowledging that happiness is not quantified by materialism.

According to her, this much she learnt in her cause of life journey.

“I used to think that when I have a nice car and a lot of money I would be happy. Yet on my journey I have met hundreds of people with all of these things, yet none of the happiness,” she said.

Admonishing that if anyone’s bank balance exceeds sense of purpose or the only purpose is to work towards achieving a greater bank balance, then you are likely to struggle in finding happiness.

“Appreciate what you have, gaining more won't make you happy if you aren't happy with what you already have,” she said, stressing that they should endeavor to live in the moment, and askew videoing of everything you see, instead, take it in whilst it is happening, then relive the memories forever.

“You were there but looking at a phone screen...? Give more than you receive, be it your time, money, gifts, love and laughs. When you give someone your best, the best comes out of you. Stop worrying about your future! Your future is going to happen, it is yours to happen to. If you want something then work towards it, but make sure you are happy on the way there,” Tonto advised.

She emphasized that every human will die someday, so concentrate on the living.

“Don't practice escapism because you are unhappy with your reality, be real, keep level headed and make sense of your life,” she said.

Tonto further said that being high or drunk all the time is a problem, nobody wants to be ill or crazy or both! 

“Life is a journey not a destination, you never want to get too comfortable, comfort is where you put on weight, get slow, become bored. I'm not saying throw yourself out of a plane, but you should try to do something that scares you now and again,” she said.

Insisting that people should not worry too much on what other people are doing, because “they are on their own journeys, enjoy yours, try not to compare your behind the scenes life to someone else's highlight reel.”

Tonto went on to advise fans to uphold what is in their hearts and heads because they shine brighter “than what's on your wrist and neck.” 

Above all, Tonto advised fans to love their work, because “this will be a big part of your life.”

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