A lot of things are happening all over the world; privately and publicly, which have consequential bearings on people's lives, knowingly or unknowingly.
Perhaps, technology has made it quite easy for us to hear the voices of others, even in our most silent and critical moments of life.
Everyone one way or the other experiences ups and downs situations, but when and how to get out from them is often times a difficult task.
We may try so hard to put ourselves together, by employing all our powerful resilient strategies, but things may not perfectly toe directional path we are possibly hoping for.
It is part and parcel of us; just us the Holy Book makes it clear that our life on earth is short but full of troubling moments and hardships.
Have you been in a particular situation that keeps chasing you day and night for a couple of years, but things seem not to be changing after putting in several efforts to mitigate it?
This sometimes make us wonder if God is really on our side, after serving Him Wholeheartedly and sending a lot of petitions to Him through prayer.
Our problems vary from person to person - it could be unemployment, exams failures, barrenness, chronic sickness, etc.
Roland Walker has now become a fountain of inspiration to many Ghanaians on social media.
According to him, one must work diligently for what he or she wants because nothing comes to you without fighting for it.
This presupposes that if you stay idle and keep wishing to live a prosperous life, without putting in much efforts and actions, there is no way you would ever realise that dream.
He went on to say that: "You have to be strong and courageous and know that you can do anything you put your mind to."
Being strong is key to attaining a your goal, and reaching the destination you hope for.
However, there are a lot of temptations and challenges that may come your way. These are threatening waves that work so hard to pull you down, no matter how resilient you seem to be.
Roland then motivates and inspires us to keep believing in ourselves and turn it into something positive.
"If someone puts you down and criticizes you, keep believing in yourself and turn it into something positive," he said.
These are some of the reactions from Ghanaians (Photos):
Roland Walker is a renowned News Anchor at TV3 Network (Ghana) and Marketing Communications Manager Road Safety Management Services Limited.
As a specialised Marketing Communications Expect, Roland has over the years reported, produced and documented issues related to Child Education, Child Rights, Environment, and other key imperative national issues.
Walker has also served as a fixer DW TV, BBC, CBS, ESPN and VDP - Germany.
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