Monday, November 30, 2015

You're Putting Your Life On The Line

You wouldn't just give your social security to just anyone right? So, why are many of us becoming one with individuals that aren't "The One"? No judgment, just something to really think about. Each time that you lay down with someone, you are literally putting your life on the line. You don't know what physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual issues that they are dealing with. You are opening up yourself to anything that they may be dealing with. You're giving everything to people that you really don't know. Yes, we are all free to do what we want with our bodies. However, at some point other individuals will have to deal with the consequences of the choices that we make.

This generation does not ask questions. The questions come after the consequences manifest. Is this woman or man someone that you would want to conceive with? Having fun right now will not be fun when your children have to deal with a careless decision that you made. What happens when you are emotionally attached to someone who is emotionally unavailable? How do you move on? What happens when you're emotionally unavailable and someone is now emotionally attached to you and starts to act crazy.

No one is perfect, but at some point we all need to make better decisions regarding our lives. Why suffer from something that could have been prevented? There are so many questions that need to be asked if you're interested in someone. After many discussions and getting to know that person you might realize that this isn't the person for you after all. I'm sure many of us say to ourselves, "Why didn't that relationship work out? or how did I end up in this situation?" If you have a relationship with God did you seek God about that person? Did you take time to really get to know that person? Did you pay attention to the red flags that were presented before you? Or were you too focused on what you wanted? Two broken people cannot heal one another. Take time to heal and your soul will attract the one that is meant for you.

Also, tomorrow is World Aids Day!!! If you don't know your status, make sure that you get tested tomorrow.

Peace, Love, and Blessings To All!!!

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  1. Hey, I know you don't want to offend anyone, and that's nice of you, but the truth is not always pretty and neither is this subject of putting your life on the line. All of our lives we are given signs and signals to help us judge what to do and what not to do. On the highway if we do not identify the traffic signs we have no way to judge what to do when we are driving on the highway, and as a result accidents are bound to happen. The thing is that when we identify the traffic signs and fail to obey them, we are putting our lives as well as others on the line. This is an accurate assessment that I'm sure you agree with and it is also a way of judging who should be driving on the highway and who shouldn't. Now just because we have the natural right to judge who we believe should be on the highway and who should not be on the highway, it does not mean that we are evil to make this assessment or judgment. It is what everyone does when they are driving on the highway, make judgment of those who are driving on the same highways, and many times we say that some people should not be driving on the highway because they recklessly put our lives at risk or on the line. ALTIMATELY we can't stop others from driving on the same highways as we drive on but we still have the right to judge who we believe shouldn't be driving on the same highways as we do. One may chose to be reckless with one's own life but no one has the right to put the lives of others at risk.
    MUCH Love, Dad


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