the Dangerous thing about pornograghy

Addiction is a strong thing to fight, but then, weighing the implications of certain acts have a way to get us to make a choice.

effects of ponography

Talabi (not real name) was a sexual addict. He had been an addict for 35 years. At age 15, he had been exposed to pornography, courtesy of his older cousin, who would sneak in with pornographic films at night. At 17, Talabi started to experiment with near- nude images of prostitutes which his cousin had introduced him to. Talabi got married at 25, to a morally sound and spiritually inclined lady in his church, thinking that would help him out of his problems.

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Does God Really see Everything?

“What happened to the missing Malaysian aircraft?”

Someone might have questions like this. But listen to this, the irrefutable Bible says in the book of Job 28:24 “For He looks to the ends of the earth and sees everything under the heavens”.  Period.


Same-Sex marriage: the silent message

If as awkward as it is, that a man will prefer to have sex with another man,

If as unnatural as it is, that a woman will be sexually attracted to another woman,

If as strange as it is, that a man will go into a little girl child instead of a mature woman

Then tell me, if some people’s brain chemicals find sexual attraction in these awkward cases, then what makes you think that there aren’t people who will trip for the natural you, no matter how awkward you think your spec is?  –  small breasts, balloon breasts, skinny legs, fat laps, straight hips, dark lips, flat bums, hairy chest, big head, small nose, whatever!

man-to-man marriage picture

woman to woman marriage picture
gay marriage
unholy marriage


The Emerging Dragon: Chinese economy

chinese and the dragon dance

Foreign policy experts have predicted that the Chinese economy will soon emerge as the world’s biggest economy and the mightiest power on the planet after America.


And how long has America been in power?
The Americans have had global dominance and supremacy for the past half-century.

And what does this portend for your favorite brands from America?
Well according to Harvard Business Review, tea and dim sum will not likely replace coke, but most likely, western brands will be under Chinese ownership. More to say, the Chinese will call the shots.

Interesting , isnt it? This really reminds me of a proverb in my mother tongue that says, “O nweghi onye naniya na-ano n’uzo chi-ejie” meaning, kings come and go, no human remains a master forever.

And back to the topic, what comes to your mind to hear that China may soon emerge as the next mightiest world power?

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