Bukola & Fisayo : The Engagement

In Events, Traditional Wedding, Wedding

This is probably not the best way to start a wedding blog Post but hey!

We’re a society of comparison junkies. Comparing yourself is really just a bad habit It starts from day one. Babies are compared to each other. Who’s smarter, cuter, more precocious and so on.  Sometimes… Many times we get carried away or are too busy comparing ourselves that we fail to notice how far we come as individuals. I am a big time victim of this most especially when it comes to photography. Yours may not be photography it may be something else.

Comparing Yourself is a Roller-Coaster Ride, Comparing ourselves to others can come from low self-esteem and lack of belief in the integrity of our own unique life path. In a spiritual sense, comparing your path to another’s is comparing apples and oranges. Why? Your life is explicitly designed for your own growth. Every person you meet, every situation you encounter, challenges you to become a stronger, more loving, and confident person. Try to appreciate the grace of both the hurdles and the joys you’ve been given. This is life’s legacy to you.

Thankfully there is a way. It’s a lot easier than you think. All you have to do is to stop the negative comparison, take a gush of fresh air breathe in & out and finally get your mind off of what you perceive you lack and work  towards self-improvement. Yoko Ono says, “Transform jealousy to admiration, and what you admire will become part of your life,” an inspiring credo to live by. Done with the Lecture, time to get back to the post.

Many people don’t seem to realise why it is necessary to invest in photography for events such as weddings. After all is said and done, years later all that remains are photos and probably videos of that special moment. It’s been exactly 365 days today since we covered this Engagement/Traditional wedding. I am sure if I haven’t said this many people would not have known it has been this long except probably those in attendance or our Facebook Family.

Please check out the before pictures on Facebook and the ones below then you would understand the reason for my lecture. Remember it doesn’t matter how many people are on your side, cheering you on. If you can’t get on your own side, you never get past “go”.

Please join me to wish the Mr and Mrs.”Bu-Sayo” (.as i like calling them) Happy Wedding Anniversary.

 


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