Life is more of a run way than I ever imagined, and we humans are the planes on this runway. You leave people behind or they leave you. You get fixed, lifted, made and loved or you get rejected, stranded, hated or broken. My ideas might not reflect your own point of view but then that is why we are different, we see things from different perspectives, we understand things differently and we reason and judge things based on all of these above mentioned points. But at the end of the day we are still human, we are still people who need to be loved, cared for and accepted for who we are. No matter how educated, inspired successful, made or rated we can't be more than humans neither can we be super humans even when we think we are. Days and nights are like our breaking points or fixing points, some love it while others hate it, some value it while others despise it, some use it while some others useless theirs, but then the most painful part is that some can't even use, love, despise or useless theirs. Maybe because they are sick, maybe in jail, some have even lost hope in totality and they end up feeling useless and unworthy. Dangers and levels of dangers. What we see as dangerous might not even make others afraid. What one call pains are nothing but gains to another, an obstacle to Mr A can be a stepping stone to Mr B, what might make Jack feel good might leave Mark with a sense of sadness. But in all it's either you are leaving or coming, living or dying, life is a sort of upward or downward movement. I don't know how right I am but then that is why you have to comment if you feel there's need for corrections and suggestions. See you soon as I leave you with my own thoughts and expecting yours in return. Klynch
When you talk about Africa, all that runs in my mind,
Is the smell of delicious food by mama Africa.
The sight of fresh fruits from the garden,
The flowing milk, the fresh air, the sound of lakes and rivers,
The fertile soil that you don't need to beg plants to grow,
The land full of minerals, oil, and the beautiful wild life.
When I remember Rwanda I can't stop thinking of the hills and the mountains,
The beautiful mountain gorillas, the fresh trees and the green leaves,
The green grass, the morning dew in the beautiful grass,
The blowing wind in the morning and night where you don't need to wear a mask
But want to feel it down into your system,
The united people, the hands that give more than receive.
The kind neighbors, the laughter of children playing outside,
The happy faces of children going and coming from school,
The entertaining, smart youth, the drums, the dancers,
The songs they can't stop playing in my head.
The lovely, inspiring national anthem, the peaceful national flag,
When I remember all this; happiness flows in my heart.
You can't know the Africa, the Rwanda that I’m talking about unless you see it,
You will be told more, the diseases, the hunger, the wars but ain't it all over the world?
What you are not told is the beauty that lies in Africa!
Lucky are those who have been there, to see and to behold,
There is no place that can be compared to you, home sweet home.
Written by Muhuza Mary
Being one of the things I have gone through in life recently, seeing and experiencing how dangerous this sort of manipulation can be, I decided to bring it to you, just in case you are currently going through such in life. This can be hidden in spirituality, it might be a way or means of destruction by cults, spiritual contractors, aggressors, oppressors and wicked minded haters. Emotional manipulations will make you look mad in front of your manipulators and within yourself if you are not rooted in God's word. It is hell for people who don't know the bible or even those that do know. To be sincere one will need the help and grace of God to get through such kind of torment. I just copied directly because this article, says it all, just as I did experience it.
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