„When you are connected to your destiny, nothing and nothing can stop you.“

On how to stay focused - "The Secret Of My Peace In The Storm - TB Joshua" http://www.nigerianmonitor.com/the-secret-of-my-peace-in-the-storm-t-b-joshua/ Nigerian Monitor (October 27 2014)
Variant: “When you are connected to your destiny, nothing and nothing can stop you.”

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