When our perception magnifies a mound before us into a mountain, impossibility becomes our hallmark. 

When we see impossibility in everything we see and do,

Our zeal to succeed is lowered and it can even quenched.

Our potentials are veiled and our abilities are underrated.

Our weaknesses are magnified and our strengths are reduced.

And we are eventually chained into perpetual fears and inferiority.

Impossibility does not only make a simple task too complex and burdensome, it also discourages us from making an attempt.

Your fears, failure, difficulties and anxieties could be the products from your pessimistic mentality.

*Equating difficulty to impossibility is as discouraging and destructive as self – curse.*

Your abilities are hugely pivoted on your optimism. 

May you always see the possible and positive side of reality.

Remain in the peace of God.

Fr. Michael Amo Gyau


Location does not determine the taste of a particular food. The taste of food normally changes with the change of the method of cooking and the change of the quality and quantity of the ingredients.

Changing your location does not merely improve your worth, it also depends on how you discipline yourself and utilize the resources at your disposal.

Changing your location does not merely heighten your chances of succeeding, it also depends on how you  make wise use of any opportunity that comes your way.

Sometimes, ignorance forces us to waste a lot of time, energy and resources to put in place some fruitless measures that do not in any way enhance our growth and success.

Changing partners, policies, friends, location, job and even goals are not always the best solution, upgrading your knowledge about what you do and the positive change of attitude will also help.

Do not only focus on changing people and structures, change yourself first to become a potent instrument of change.

Remain in the love of God.

Fr. Michael Amo Gyau


The greatest threat of an anthill is to allow the rat to inhabit in it. Violent hunters in their ardent search of game will destroy the anthill to get the rat. It is unusual for people to destroy inhabited anthill.

There are words, products, people and ideas when they become part our life, they cause our retrogression and pave way for our disgrace, downfall and eventual destruction.

Never expect to be free from houseflies when you keep rotten meat. When you associate yourself with socially frowned and indecent deeds and utterances, do not expect any serious minded person to accept, laud and accord you with respect.

Be very careful who open up to, groups, ideologies and policies you associate yourself with, whiles, they can add value to your worth, they can also dilute and even destroy your hard won dignity and accomplishments.

May you always be tactful to keep intact your dignity and worth.

God bless you and have a fruitful week.

Fr. Michael Amo Gyau


The ant has become a model to certain aspects of human life not because it is rational but because it makes prudent use of opportunities and resources available.

Our predecessors made greater impact on the world with limited resources and opportunities. We are even struggling to transform ourselves, spiritually, economically and socially with technology, resources and opportunities at our disposal all because we do not make good use of what we have.

*Unused opportunities and privileges are equally retrogressive as abused opportunities and privileges.*

The more we waste and abuse opportunities and resources, the more get closer to failure.

How are you making good use of what you have today to grow and become the exact and best version of yourself?

Have a nice day

Fr. Michael Amo Gyau


One of our greatest threats in life is to willfully expose what you fear most and what you like most to the crafty.

We are ready to obey even the difficult directive if only it will help us to find what we need in life.

We are also ready to act when we are frightened by what we fear most.

If what we fear and what need become our only moving force, we are likely to always act on hasty and emotional decisions.

*Your deepest fear and your gravest need can be used easily to control and even enslave you.*

In times of fear and need, we become gullible and we are prone to abuse and exploitation.

Do not be too quick to obey those who claim to have power to do away with what you fear and provide you with what you need.

Be very careful of who and how you unveil your fears and needs to, they can be used as destructive weapons against you.

God bless you and have a nice day.

Fr. Michael Amo Gyau


A hinge looks small and insignificant as compared to the door but the existence of the door is dependent on the hinge. 

*You might see yourself and your accomplishments as insignificant but someone look up to you for his existence, motivation, encouragement and joy.*

Never ever under estimate the little things you do.

What seems ordinary to you might be extraordinary to someone.

What looks too common to you might be unprecedented in someone’s life.

Not all people will love and accept you for your good deeds and not all people will reject and hate you for your vices. Sometimes, deviants even have admirers.

Never see yourself as good for nothing, there people who admire you due to the little things you do.

Accept and cherish who you are, what you have and what you can do, it is  one of the certain ways to self improvement.

Remain in the love of God.

Fr. Michael Amo Gyau


When we lose something, complaining bitterly and diligently searching for someone to accuse cannot bring the lost item into existence.

When we close our eyes to the reality of lost, we do not only find it  difficult to accept and to overcome the hurts and the pains of lost, we tend to blame everybody than ourselves.

Many people cannot find their lost thems because, they are deeply lamenting instead of searching.

Many people are not able to recover from the wounds of loses because they are pointing accusing fingers on others instead of searching the searchable and forgetting the un -retrievable.   

Many people are not progressing not because they lack resources but because they are still holding onto un -retrievable loses.

Your religion, spirituality, intelligence and  expertise can reduce but cannot immune you for the reality of lost.

Even our life, which forms the bedrock of all that we have will not last forever, we will lose it one day. Use wisely what you have but do not completely lean on them, they can cause your downfall.

May you accept the reality of lost and learn to manage loses in your life.

Have a blessed day.

Fr. Michael Amo Gyau


It is uncommon to see miners using a golden pickaxe to dig for gold. 

The meat used as a bait is normally of low quality as compared to animal to be trapped.

We normally use the little we have to work for great  accomplishments.

We use what is transient to look for what is lasting.

We use what is perishable to seek for what is imperishable.

Do not wait for greater things before you can begin, start with the little you have and it will surely yield dividends.

Greatness is a gradual but conscious improvement of who we are and what we have, using prudently the gifts, energy and resources at our disposal.

Never underestimate who you are, what you have and where you are today, use them aptly as  springboard for greater accomplishments.

God bless you.

Fr. Michael Amo Gyau


The gift from God does not come to us as a finished product, it comes as a raw material to be transformed for our benefit and for common good.

A gift can be used to promote virtues or to perpetrate vices depending on how the gift is managed.

*Unused gifts are equally destructive as abused gifts.*

Never allow your gifts take you away from the gift giver and destroy your relationship with the less fortunate.

May you always use your gifts prudently to upgrade rather than to downgrade yourself and others.

Fr. Michael Amo Gyau


Polluting your source of food and making unhabitable your home amount to self curse.

Nobody but you can revoke it because you have the power to make and to  rescind certain decisions in your life.

Sometimes our dignity and credibility are partly hinged on who and what we associate with.

Our wellbeing and  dignity are partly linked to the wellbeing and dignity of our group.

Never think of keeping your image intact when you strongly speak ill of people and groups which your existence is connected to.

When you wash your dirty linen outside, it does only unveil the rots in the group, it also reveals the dark side and irresponsibility of the group members.

So far as you are part of a group, what affects the group automatically affects you.

Be careful of how you hastily broadcast bad information about your group, it eventually tarnishes your image.

*Learn to correct wrongs, do not hasten to spread wrongs of your group*

God bless you.

Fr. Michael Amo Gyau