Fractions

Fractions are made up of two integers (whole numbers) – numerators and denominators separated by a line.

For a fraction to be whole, the numerator must be equal to the denominator.

Numerators held up by a denominator of zero, leads fractions to an undefined result.

Numerators held up by a denominator of infinity, gets fractions defined as zero.

Denominators held down by a numerator of zero, gets fractions defined as zero.

Denominators held down by a numerator of infinity, gets fractions defined as infinity.

For a fraction to be whole, work is done on the numerator, the denominator or on both.

Numerators are more within our control.

Lives are made up of two metrics (distinct measures) – internal expectations and external expectations separated by our choices.

For a life to be whole, the internal expectations must be equal to the external expectations.

Internal expectations met by zero external expectations, lead to undefined outcomes.

Internal expectations met by endless external expectations, lead to zero outcomes.

External expectations met by zero internal expectations, lead to zero outcomes.

External expectations met by endless internal expectations, lead to endless outcomes.

For a life to be whole, we can work on our internal expectations, external expectations or both.

Internal expectations are more within our control. Raise them.

– Osasu Oviawe

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