When I left for lunch one afternoon while on an internship, I checked my phone, and got a message from a cousin, that another cousin of mine died. He was shot and killed in his home by a police officer in Canada. Though it was a cousin I have never met, I felt the loss and pain for my family. I started praying for the family and further went on 26 days of fasting (because he was 26 years old). As I fast and prayed, the Holy Spirit downloaded ideas to me. The first thing I did was blogging on Wix. Within a month, I had reached over 30 people with over 20 subscribers. The readers embraced the messages. And then I wanted to do more. As I ended my fast, Wine Pressing was downloaded in my head. It puzzled me what this was. I had stopped my internship and was home. I obeyed the voice one morning while I was sitting on my bed; the chapters came to mind. I was still unsure of what to write. I further prayed for instructions on what to write. One day as I sat on my bed, I began writing about my terrible educational journey and how I felt as if they sabotaged me. On the first day, I did three chapters. I was relentless and passionate about writing, and completing the book. In less than one week, I completed the book. With many editing, corrections, and adjustments, I have self-published a book. I have had doubts, fear, and wild imaginations. There are days when I think I am not good enough. There are days when I feel abandoned and cast away. What I want you to leave with is that terrible situation and disruptions can cause you to produce fruit. Whenever there is a pitfall, or you find yourself in a jam, pray, and see how the situation can be beneficial to you. The pandemic may have been hard for many, but I found fruit in the pain and labor.