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Friday, 28 August 2009


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Do What People Say Cannot Be Done

Your faith can move your mountain…
But your fear can create one.
Don’t be afraid of failure.
Get encouraged about your discouragement.
Shake it off and step out.
You’re too close to give up now…
You are too close to get discouraged.
Life will either bury you or bless you.
It depends on what you do.
Don’t give up, you are about to run through the finish line.

“Whatever your hands find to do, do it with your might; for there is no work or device or knowledge or wisdom in the grave where you are going.” Ecclesiastes 9:10

Give yourself diligently to the task at hand.
Don’t just do what is expected.
Don’t just do what your job description says.
Do what’s expected and then some more.
Extra blessings come from extra efforts.
When God opens the door, walk through it.
Don’t be intimidated…
Don’t be embarrassed…
Don’t say “I am not good enough”…
Don’t say “Somebody else to do it.”
If an opportunity comes your way and God opens a door…

Stand up…

Step up…

Walk through that door.

God will go with you.

God will make up for what you don’t have.
You can reach your highest potential.
Say to your dream, “Dream, Live! In Jesus Christ’s Name”
Come fully alive and step out of your grave clothes.
Call your dream out of the shadows – It’s never too late.
God’s timing is perfect.
God is never late.
God knows what He is doing.
He knows what He is doing with you.
He loves you.

“For who has despised the day of small things? For these seven rejoice to see the plumb line in the hand of Zerubabbel. They are the eyes of the Lord, which scan to and fro throughout the whole earth” Zechariah 4:10

Don’t despise small beginnings.
Don’t put limits on what God can do!
He is a God of increase…
He is a God of abundance.
Don’t hinder the miraculous from happening in your life.

“Yes, they spoke against God: they said, ‘Can God prepare a table in the wilderness?” Psalm 78: 19

Do what people say cannot be done.

Always pick an obstacle big enough to matter when you overcome it.
Tradition offers no hope for the present…
Makes no preparation for the future.
Day by day…
Year by year…
Broaden your arena.
No limits.
The men who build the future are those who know that greater things are yet to come.
Never have doubt in you.
Don’t have time for doubt.
There is no future in the past.

The herald

When you walk through the storm,
Hold your head high,and don't be afraid of dark,at the end of the storm is a golden sky.And the sweet silver song of a lark.
Walk on through the wind,walk on through the rain,Though your dream be tossed and blown,walk on,walk on,with hope in your heart,and you will never walk alone.
You'll never walk alone,walk on,walk on,with hope in your heart,and you'll never walk alone.
You'll never walk alone.
For lucifer,the prince of doom keeps watch.
So,no man born of a woman can temper with your life.
And long may you live so as to continue recycling the aged and even those on wheel chairs,they have the experience needed for your greater achievement.
A vision you have for your country and on which you are fixed on.

Timothy Mbeseha

Thank U Mr. Kangsen. This is a wonderful piece. I encourage U to continue doing similar job.

Wirndzerem Gideon B.

THIS piece showcases a high mastery in the art of sarcasm and lampoon that can only flow from the ink of a very sensitive and attentive poet! you got the motion on the right post, and it is delivered unsealed! keep up the fabulous job!

bate besong fan

kangsen is bate besong with a youthful weep. i have only one question; does this man knows shame? this type of write-up would have started him on a path of questioning. but i assure you only spies would read it. and he would say we are anglefous. thank god we are. kangsen forge ahead. you are the presidential bard and parrot. me i tok so!

The Ngwa Man

OH SHAME OH. Shame, Shame. That's the song that comes to my head when I think of what Pau Pau and his CPDM have done for our country and not done for our country. This is a guy who spends 3 out of 4 weeks per month abroad in Europe. I mean does this guy and those who continue to support and vote for him not have a consciounce. Think about it... He just spent almost a week in France to meet Sarkozy then he came back to pays. Now he is in Europe again now going on for more than a week. Why even come back, he should stay there till the next election. Wait a minute, why should he even come back for the election, its not like if he were in Camer he would visit the Provinces/Regions to campaign.

If ours was some other African country he would have been overthrown a long time ago. Nigerians say he wouldn't be getting away with this in their country. If Paul and Crew were developing Camer and fighting to stay in power I wouldn't be that mad, but they're not.

Time when you dit see some fine thing for ya friend yi ntang no you to dit work/fight hard for put that thing for ya own ntang.

All the fine things them Pau Pau don see for white man yi country may some man name that one very thing Pau Pau don put for yi own country.

With all our budget yi don chop for bush yi for don develop some small cite for pays where Sarkozy them fit come vacance anytime they dit visit afrique but nooooooooooo. Papa God wettie we really do for deserve this kind man as our President.

Me too I dit trowway salut and support for Grand Pau Pau. May yi continue for dit chop for yi repe yi chair. Hopefully yi go set all the bad examples for how leader no get for be so time when we go get new one that new one go be different and we too like active citoyen them go make sure that new leader no go do we again so.


bate besong fan, but you know your excellency
doesnt read nor writes english, infact he would rather see english wiped out of the southern cameroons alltogether and be replace by french( his interview in france 24, 2007)

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