- Tonto Dikeh-Churchill is a popular Nollywood actress and mother
- She recently posted of herself and wrote a powerful message about finding true happiness in life
- She also reached out to fellow actress Halima Abubakar wishing her a successful recovery from her surgery
Famous Nollywood actress Tonto Dikeh-Churchill recently shared a powerful message to her followers on Instagram.
She said: "Why are you always sad? You have money, not much but enough. You have food, whatever you want to eat. You live in a house, it's small but it's yours. You have clothes, so what if they aren't designer."
"You don't get on well with your family... You will eventually, or you won't but your friends are the family you get to choose. So choose wisely. You are trying to become more spiritual, but aren't sure where to start. Cleanse your body and mind of negative energy 1st, pray for direction will help, so will eating healthy foods, stop taking poisons."
"You lost a loved one, we all did, but they wouldn't like to see you unhappy, the energy from their soul is still there, they live on in your heart. You are scared of death... Why? When it happens it happens, concern yourself with loving and living. Don't die having never lived."
"A poisonous body is a poisonous mind. If you are single you are single for a reason, just as when you get into a relationship you will have your reasons. Remember your happiness starts with you. Not with your relationship. Not with your friends. Not with your job. But with you. Things outside of you won't fix things on the inside."
"You are loved, by others but not by yourself, start by loving yourself and be happy, because you are alive when many others died for the opportunity to live."
She also reached out to fellow actress Halima Abubakar who just underwent fibroid removal surgery. She said: "Get well soon my funkiest mallam. You are already healed my love, Halima Abubakar. Love you mama and remember you can't pay for a product twice. God already paid for your healing on the cross."
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Days ago, Halima had said:"Thank you all for your support and prayers.And few of my Nollywood family who constantly check up on me. The rest are not important." So, perhaps Tonto was feeling guilty about it and reached out to mend their relationship.
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