Been a while. I've been a bit busy so pardon my absence, especially on the blogs I visit as I have really only just had time to be here.
I don't know if any of you know of a woman called Madam Ekundayo. A 94+ year old woman who owned an orphanage in Nigeria called 'Ekundayo's Children's Home' in Kogi State in Nigeria, who had taken children (orphans or abandoned) and taken care of them without government aid or support.
Mama Ekundayo, a woman not seeking the world's applause, neither having an extravagant lifestyle with jets and planes to fly to the next poorest african country to adopt a child and make a whole fortune out of pictures with Hello, however recently passed away. Obviously she lived a good life. Well advanced in her years and by 2007, had taken in her 469+ child. 2009 marked the 40th year since she started taking children in. She got a song written about her in 2006 and it was only in 2008 that the world really knew who she was. She left behind a legacy, especially for those 469 children she gave homes to, and the opportunity of having lives of their own.
This only left me thinking one thing: what will people say of me when I am gone and more importantly what will God say when I meet Him?