Fast Food – Fast Sex both are disgusting and bad for health!

And I am not talking  about a ‘quicky’ with someone you love and are in a committed relationship with.

Sex is as close as two people can get in the physical body. It’s a gift from God and an expression of love in physical form. It is not to be taken lightly or entered into without connection of heart, mind and body and with much thought and responsibility. In sex, bodily fluids along with energy are exchanged.  If you have sex with a person with a sexual disease, you have no way of knowing this, if it’s entered into too soon.  Also, the energy of the person merges with yours. If the person is negative, depressed, demented, corrupted, promiscuous or whatever, it will mix in with your energy.  You will take on their energy and may feel strange, unusual and disconnected and not understand why. Also, they carry the energy with all others whom they have had sex with. Think about that long and hard!

Sex is an energy exchange and has the ability to create life. It should never be entered into lightly. It is not sport and should not be entered into fast with anyone – ever. If it is … it’s as disgusting as Fast food.

Food is for nutrition, for enjoyment, to please and pleasure the palate.  Fast food is lacking in nutrition … that is if it really is  even food. I haven’t had Fast food in over three decades. Back in the day, when Mc Donalds, etc, first came out… their food tasted like food. Now it reeks. I can’t even stand to enter  one of those places. The smell repulses me. I would rather eat an apple, a banana or anything, if I need food fast – anything  but Fast Food. If I eat a burger, it’s made with the best grade of meat.

Why would anyone put that garbage into their bodies? Why would anyone have sex with someone whom they didn’t know and love?

Our bodies are gifts from God. They are our temple.  Our bodies encase our soul and carry our spirit while on earth. I say guard your body well. Be aware and careful of what you put in it and what you allow to enter it and to touch it.

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Being in North Korea is not like visiting your grandmother’s…

At our house, my mother would pretty much allow us to have snacks when we wanted them. When visiting my grandmother’s, after the dinner dishes were done, she would proclaim, “The kitchen is closed for the night!”

After she was settled in her bedroom, we would quietly sneak down the stairs and into the kitchen  to make popcorn or to raid the frig. hoping and thinking that she didn’t hear us. When we came back up stairs, she would shout from her room, “You kids, better have left my kitchen spotless!” Which of course, we did. We disobeyed her ‘kitchen rule’ and had we not left the kitchen clean. What would she have done?  Probably told us that the next time we sneak into her kitchen to clean up after ourselves.  She would not have banned us from the kitchen and given us no food for the rest of our visit.  She wouldn’t have starved us for our childish disobedience or sentenced us to hard labor in her backyard.

In America, if a college student protests, tears down posters, banners or whatever, nothing  much if anything happens to them. But in Korea and other countries there are harsh punishments for things that are considered the norm  – are allowed or even are our rights in America.  In America, we are free! Inquisitive, rebellious college age young adults that commit acts of protest aren’t given corporal punishment. And if a crime is committed, we have the right to a fair trial.

Everyone who  visits a country, so very different from America needs to learn and be aware of their customs, rules and laws. Because extremely harsh penalties and  punishments are given for what we consider our rights in America. Some other countries treat human beings with no value and they have few if any rights …actually pretty much treat humans like dirt.

It’s horrendous what happened to the young college man, Otto Warmbier, in North Korea. It’s no telling the horrors that he endured being imprisoned there.  Bottom line, he was killed for taking a banner. This is a vile absurdity beyond our belief. And so is to be sentenced to 15 years hard labor for taking a banner.  Also, do we even really know for certain that he did take the banner?

College kids especially liberals /Dems/ progressives ‘snowflakes’ – need to wake-up and realize that other countries aren’t like America. They are free living in America and have rights here that they may not have elsewhere. They need to learn to appreciate where they live and to not take their rights for granted. We are not a dictatorship. Many countries in the rest of the world are under harsh regimes. It might be best for college kids and others to stay out of places such as this. For example, gays are thrown off buildings in Muslim countries, etc.

When anyone goes to another country, they need to learn and be very aware of their laws. Many places are not as accepting and tolerant as America. North Korea hates America. So this young man was a sitting duck to be targeted. Thank goodness that this young man was brought back to America but certainly not soon enough.

Kim Jung Un is a ruthless, evil, little dictator… And what would happen to me in North Korea if I said that there? I would be executed.

While in America, look at how our President is talked about and treated by the media and others with little recourse.

Freedom in America is something that should never be taken for granted . These protestors – libs/dems/progressive ‘snowflakes’ need to wake up to reality!

God bless America the home of the free and the brave!

Responsibility…

Definition of responsibility the quality or state of being responsible: such as moral, legal or mental accountability reliabilitytrustworthiness:  something for which one is responsible. To be responsible is to respond, to honor, to be trustworthy – to live to a higher standard.

Responsibility is an important key to living a moral, happy, content and peaceful life – to be responsible makes for a productive and fulfilling life. Those without responsibility to self and to others live a lost life.  All of us are accountable and there are consequences in life for lack of responsibility and accountability.  If you don’t pay your car payment, it will be repossessed. If you don’t pay your utility bills, they will be turned off. If a man is not responsible to and for his wife and her to him – best if done in equal parts – the marriage will fail.  When one person shoulders all the responsibility in a partnership or relationship – the burden becomes too much – balance is impaired and weakness seeps in. Sure at times, one may need to shoulder more responsibly because of circumstances. If you aren’t responsible to your children and family – it will all fall apart – they will leave – become unruly with a sense of lack, direction and ultimately failure. Everything worthwhile and of value in life comes from commitment and responsibility to that commitment.