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This is the last Sunday of the year and we have many things to be grateful for!

Even when it seems that many things have gone wrong, many other things have been well and good. And they are worthy compensations for the things that went wrong, if only we take some time to appreciate them.

In the latest edition of his newsletter, here is how Adekunle Gold appreciates the worthy compensations for the awful experiences in his own life:

My house was flooded yes, but I still have a home. I’ve lost things, but I still have my life, festival stages are closed, I still have my pen, I can’t perform live, I still have my voice. God! I still have my health.”

This is what we call collateral beauty. The many things that we have left when it looks like we have lost everything.

It is for the purpose of appreciating these collateral beauties that we called on 14 individuals from different fields, at different stages in life and with unique styles to write about their experiences in 2020, a year that has taken things away from everyone of us in different ways.

I invite you to read these stories with the expectation that they prompt your own thoughtfulness about the year. What are your experiences and how have they helped you see life in a brighter light?

All the stories are available for free reading on www.witsprouts.com (click here to see the table of contents).

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I hope that you enjoyed your read and I wish you a happy new year in advance.

With love,

Tope Akintayo