Thursday, April 20, 2017

What's Your Perfect Average Day?

Yoh, it’s been a minute hey.

I’ve been focusing my efforts on my other wordpress blog.

Many because when Blogger updated their website, I was not able to access my blogs like I used to while I was on my BlackBerry.

A shit a phone compared with the Android I have now.

But I’m now thinking of getting an iPhone or a Huawei, even though a Huawei is going to be another Android.

But my team leader sent me a link to a blog that touched home & had to share to here’s the link >> Be The Difference: The Perfect Average Day.

Hope you enjoy the read.

~ Musa

Friday, October 30, 2015

The Soil- iNkwenkwezi are my give me light me it's dark you could swear you are alone...

The Soil - Sunday

...she said she said...she said she said...she said...that she loves me...on the day it was a Sunday...

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

What You Might Consider Being Wealthy Might Be Wrong...According to the Wealthy

"You may ask: How can someone be considered wealthy if, for example, he is worth only $460,000? 

After all, he's not a millionaire. 

Charles Bobbins is a forty-one-year-old fireman. 

His wife is a secretary. 

They have a combined annual income of $55,000. 

According to our research findings, Mr. Bobbins should have a net worth of approximately $225,500. 

But he is worth much more than others in his income/age category. 

Mr. and Mrs. Bobbins have been able to accumulate an above-average amount of net worth. 

Thus, they apparently know how to live on a fireman's and secretary's income and still save and invest a good bit. 

They likely have a low-consumption lifestyle. 

And given this lifestyle, Mr. Bobbins could sustain himself and his family for ten years without working. 

Within their income and age categories, the Bobbinses are wealthy."

Just scanning through "The Millionaire Next Door" and... wow...

How it defines wealthy is not what the media sells to us but what it shuns.

Much like the definition above.

I will get you an affiliated link for the book just in case you want to buy a copy for yourself via

Sunday, January 4, 2015

Why I Say That The Law of Attraction DOESN'T Work!

My take on the Law of Attraction is that it doesn't work...without any follow up action to complement it.

You can use whatever technique you can get your hands on when it comes to "attracting" the things you want in your life.

But if you fail to take any action you believe or FEEL will help in getting you closer to your goal, then the "Law of Attraction" will not work as well for you.

Thank you.

I love you.

Happy New Year to You.

~ Musawenkosi Tshoaele

Thursday, August 7, 2014

I'm So Happy and Grateful Now That...

Caught myself telling people how grateful I was of my job.
It was so out of context: "Musa how are you." To which I replied, "I'm just grateful for my job man."
Even volunteered why I was grateful.
For the mere fact that a lot of people out don't have one.
This was after my previous post.
The focus was on the things that work.
Not on the things that don't.
That's why I try to hang around people that look to a hopeful future.
Instead of the challenging present.
I love you.
Musawenkosi Tshoaele.

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Focus Expands Your Reality

I was chatting with a friend of mine and we were just speaking about challenges in life with regards to the law of attraction.

She was the one who pointed out that to attract the things you want you need to come from a place of faith.

Being desperate only pushes it away from you.

And I have been attracting from an emotional state of desperation.

In effect repelling from an emotional state of desperation.

As a step towards turning things around we suggested an action assignment, but inspired by The Secret.

Of making a list of the things you are happy and grateful for with your current (in our case intimate relationship or work) situation.

On some "I am happy and grateful now... (and then write what you are grateful about)."

Well this could be a start.

Just to first first shift the focus.

Hoping it expands.


Musawenkosi Tshoaele

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

The Person You Used to Know

Ephesians 4:21-24 KJV

"If so be that ye have heard him, and have been taught by him, as the truth is in Jesus:

That ye put off concerning the former conversation the old man, which is corrupt according to the deceitful lusts;

And be renewed in the spirit of your mind;

And that ye put on the new man, which after God is created in righteousness and true holiness."

We as humans were designed for change.

You are never the same person you were, even at a biological level.

With our physical bodies changing as we grow, so will our behaviors... depending on what we associate ourselves with on a frequent basis.

It is said you are the average of the top five people you associate with the most.

So the "new man" you are becoming is directly linked to who you willfully allow to unconsciously influence your behavior.

I love you.

Thank you.

Please forgive me.

I'm sorry.

~ Musawenkosi Tshoaele

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Be In The Spirit Of Well-Being

I'm trying so hard not to break but things are falling apart in front of me.
I can't make sense of it all.
It's bit too much for me to cope with.
I just want to let go.
And let God.
Whatever the fuck that means.
I even forgot to let go.
I need to find a place to call home.
And to have a communion with God once again.
Things are tough when I go against the tide.
I feel like I need to struggle for my goals.
What is already mine by birthright.
It's all a matter of creating and allowing.
Because the moment you stop having fun, that's when things don't go your way.
Search for that better feeling thought.
Appreciate and bless and be grateful for it all.
The bad and the good.
Everything is in your control only if you let go of your need for control and flow with the stream of Well-Being instead of against it.

I love you.
I'm sorry.
Please forgive me.
Thank you.

Musa Tshoaele

Monday, August 5, 2013

How to Keep Your Cool

The queue for the next 17 seater taxi to Pimville was long.

So long it snaked down to the bottom level of the two storied Johannesburg taxi rank building.

The next guy to fall in line asked me whether it was the queue for Merafe, which lies in another part of Soweto.

My girlfriend told him that it was going to Pimville something that he didn't hear since after about 10 minutes after that, with the us getting closer & closer to the next available taxi, he asks in alarm on why he was told that this was a Merafe line.

A hearted argument broke out as you can imagine that almost led to a fist fight.

All the while in the back of mind I'm thinking that we are going to fight over such a petty thing like this?

I had to choices: to either fight (feed the ego) or avoid one (starve it).

I choose the latter.

I took a deep breath.

I took a step back & humbly for my tone & manner used to address this miscommunication.

I said something of how it must feel so frustrating to being inconvenienced in such a manner.

All the while grinding my teeth as I pained over every word that had me swallowing my pride by being the "bigger man."

The dude eventually left to go get on the right queue & I went on my merry way as well.

Sometimes the right thing is not the easiest thing to do.

But in the end it's always the smart thing.

Now I just need to forgive myself for attracting this learning experience.

I must also congratulate for practicing the principles I keep on writing about in this blog.

I'm sorry.

Please forgive me.

Thank you.

I love you.

~ Musawenkosi Tshoaele