Nollywood actress, Bukola Arugba has shared with her fans and followers the lessons she has learnt about life.
Taking to her Instagram page, Bukola Arugba, who is a poet and writer shared a glimpse of her poetic work.
Bukola Arugba revealed the lessons she has learnt about her life.
According to her, she has come to realize that one shouldn’t place oneself below where God has placed them.
Another lesson she learnt is that people who don’t value you even if you are decorated with Gold from head to toe wouldn’t value you.
Her third lesson about life is to know when to differentiate between humility and stupidity, as there is a wide gap between the two.
“In life, I have come to realize that you don’t place yourself below where God has placed you. So you wouldn’t be displaced, disgraced, or replaced.
In life, I have come to realize that even if you are decorated with Gold from the crown of your head to the soul of your feet, those who wouldn’t value you, wouldn’t value you. Especially when you got it on a platter of Gold.
In life I have also come to realize that there is a wide gap between being humble and expressing too much humility, that’s stupidity”.
No Embittered person can dim my shine – Bukola Arugba throws shades
Just weeks back, Bukola Awoyemi, simply known as Bukola Arugba, had thrown shades online as she celebrated God’s grace in her life.
The ebony mother of two shared a video on her official Instagram page, celebrating God’s grace and sending a strong message to her haters.
Bukola Arugba spoke about how haters love using derogatory words to bring one down when they cannot figure out God’s abundant blessings, stating she is a shining star that has come to shine.
She sent a message to her haters, notifying them that they could not stop her shine no matter how hard they tried.
The one who made me learn mother’s duties at a young age – Bukola Arugba celebrates ‘first baby’ birthday
Early this month, Bukola Arugba celebrated her ‘first baby’ on his birthday.
In a post on her Instagram page, the mother of twins credited her younger brother for teaching her motherhood at an early stage.
She recounted how she would clasp him on her back and run errands for their late mother and yet, still play with her friends.
Bukola revealed how she and her immediate younger brother wanted a baby brother. Luckily for them, their parents gave birth to a boy after 9 years and he became everyone’s baby despite the age difference.