Hello, am I speaking with Ayomide?

Yes, yes you are. Who is on the line?

Before I answer, I want to ask if you are alone where you are.

Ahnahn, what kind of n…wait, is that you?

Just answer, are you alone?

Yes, I am… Tinuke, is that you?

T: Yes…yes it is me. Don’t shout o. Ehen. If you do, I’ll cut the call and switch off this line.

A: Ah! Ore mi, don’t do that. For God’s sake, please. Where are you? I and Mine checked your apartment after you sent that message in the morning but we couldn’t find you. We met Itunuoluwa, she said you went to church. We went to church and no one had seen you. Please, where are you?

T: Kai. Too many questions. No wonder you studied Mass Comm. I’m at a hotel somewhere. I planned to end the pain here. It has a wonderful view; it is just by the beach. At least the last thing I would see would be a beautiful sight…

A: What about the first thing you would see afterward?

T: Who knows if this Heaven thing is even true?

A: You know it is true…

T: Okay, I agree. I know…but then, I am tired of the pain, the mockery, the bleak future. I don’t know what to do.

A: To start with, tell me where you are. I’ll come and meet you there and we will talk. Please don’t do anything that would hurt those who love you the most. That would hurt the One who loves you more than anyone. Ore mi, please.

T: But how would I be able to face you and your husband after the message I sent earlier?

A: Which message? Me I didn’t see any message o. At all. Did you send any message? Just tell me. Where are you?

T: Ore mi…what would I do without you?

A: Tinuke mi, what would we do without Jesus?

T: Oya, I’ll send you the name of the hotel where I am. Please come soon.

A: Okay dear.

T: Ehen…when you are coming, bring money for the hotel room o. I thought I would kill myself, so I didn’t carry money with me.

A: Hehehe. Atinuke!! 🙂

Matthew 11:28: Come to Me, all you who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.

John 10:10: The thief does not come except to steal, and to kill, and to destroy. I have come that they may have life and that they may have it more abundantly.

Author: Iremide Akinsola

I am a Christian. I enjoy reading, writing, listening to music and watching football.

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