Wherever people are willing to pay for anything, there will always be people willing to sell it.
When a woman sells her body for money, she is called a prostitute, and anyone who gets a cut of the profits is called a pimp.
But when actors and actresses are paid large amounts of money to take off their clothes and act out various perversions for people to watch, they are called artists,
And those who get a percentage of the profits are called entertainment companies.
Those words sound nicer, but no matter what words are used, the actors are prostitutes, and their corporate bosses are pimps.
It’s sex for money.
Let’s not think our entertainment doesn’t affect the way we live. What people enjoy looking at and thinking about, they tend to become.
Why be shocked at so many unwanted pregnancies,
So many people dying of AIDS,
So many rapes,
So much violent crime and murder
When people fill their minds with scenes from Sodom, more and more will want to get their thrills not just from watching such things but actually doing them.
Be careful to live a life worthy of emulation.
“After ALL I did for him! How can he quit the relationship just like that? I helped start his business, spent most of my time growing that business and running the streets for customers. I don’t deserve to be dumped!”
There was no way I could calm her the first time we spoke. She was deeply hurt and fought really hard controlling herself not to be vengeful; she had justified Continue reading
“15 years ago, a man who I trusted and looked up to for protection and care took advantage of me. He did it more than once…I cried until I got used to it. Till date I can still see him coming to me and his face beaming with wicked smiles. I promised to kill him when I grow up but God came into the picture. Continue reading
Many believe in New year resolution – a new way of doing things with an expectation to achieve more. There would really be no need for a “new year resolution” if we have the habit to win or succeed in whatever we do. At most make new year goals. As we begin the year, we need to take a look again at 2014, a really critical look and access how we fared. Even if we thought we did well, you find out that we would have still done better. However, whether you are doing well or not, as we progressed into the new year I have compiled 11 questions that can positively shape your life in 2015. Answer them sincerely to yourself and advise yourself where you need to buckle up.
1. Do You Show up for appointment?
Some people are just not good at keeping appointments. They either do not show up or when they do, they are late. When you do this, you will not be taken seriously no matter how gifted you are. If you agreed to an appointment, do all you can to keep it up and if you must cancel do so with enough prior notice. It convinces people that you are responsible enough to put them into consideration. If you will be late, call to say you will be late and state whatever is making you run late. For instance, when you make a call for being late say, “I am sorry , I will be 30 minutes late, I had a flat tyre”, instead of not calling at all or calling to saying, “Sorry, I will be late.” With that kind of excuse some people may think you are deliberately avoiding the appointment or taking them for granted. Continue reading