There was a time in days gone by when honor was the driving force behind the life of every great, good, and decent man or woman. Every action of his hand, every thought that found its way from the mind to the mouth and past the lips, every motivation for every endeavor worthy of his undertaking—they were all of them dictated by a man’s inborn sense honor, and aimed at either bolstering that honor which already existed, or else at reclaiming that which through some misfortune had been lost. Honor has for a millennium been the central point in the stories we read in the school, in the hope that we will grow to live honorably. Men and women of valor would slay the dragon, defeat the witch, overthrow or subvert the evil king, all in the name of fulfilling their sense of honor.
Not relegated to our fairy tales only, honor is also found in all of the great stories of history, both told and untold. Men and women of honor speak to the soul; they speak to that which in every living human is real and true. The reason for this is because honor, whatever it is determined to be, is itself honest, good, beautiful, and true. Man honors God, the prophets, and his parents. He honors his promises, his vows, his laws, and his debts.
Tessy Aniesi-Ngoesina believed in honor obtained through community services.
Out of 1317 Advocates for Farmers in Agribusiness, she was honored for advocating for more fund and government incentives for peasant farmers in Anambra State, at Youth Farm #YFarm 1st National Colloquium and 3rd National Youth and Women Agric Festivals: (Fresh & Young Brains Development Initiative) and (Alexijan Consults)@ Centre for Igbo Arts and Culture, CIAC, Abuja on 27th November 2018.
Tessytop Productions is congratulating her founder and CEO for this milestone.