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The Air Does Not Make You Grow Happy, Positive Thinking Makes You Grow Happy- Mona Mobl3 Advises

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Mona Mobl3 is one of the common words used in Ghana for the past 3 months, Ghana’s most famous but mentally damaged man, who is called Mona Mobl3 has surprised the world with his wise sayings.

He was sent to the psychiatric hospital and he is currently recovering from his mental damage.

But with an Interview with Kofi Adoma Nwanwani on Kofi TV, the interviewer commented that “The air is very cool here and it makes you grow well”

Mona Mobl3, therefore, made some rectification from the comment, he said “The Air does not make us grow well, the air is good but what makes us grow very happy is positive thinking if you always think positive you move on in life, everything goes on well with you because you don’t have any bad intention, example sometimes people get frightened when they see the police but they may not be the reason the police came around, this is because they always think positive”

Wow that was an amazing line from him and I learnt something from that, you can visit YouTube to watch the interview.

I hope you also learnt something from it, share and let us have your view.

 

Source:Ghanaontheglobe.com

About Jnr Jakespear

Gideon Kumi Appiah is a Ghanaian writer, poet and a blogger. He is also known as Jnrjakespear. He has written many articles which have really gone viral. He loves to motivate and educate. He is currently in the university Ghana and has the intellect of speaking the truth not defied informations. you can call him on 0547765238.

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