You must carry your cross daily.

In a world with so many means to connect with each other on different levels of life yet we are far more distant than humans have every being in preceding generations, the crisis at this ptesent time only reveals what people deny, these are the times where humans who have no problem showing hate or disgust for another can openly do it under the euphemism of staying 6ft apart, it is evident in their gazes and their countenance. You are not to be 6ft apart in Empathy or Emotions just physically nevertheless if you don’t feel the pain this change has brought there is something fundamentally wrong with YOU

Published by Akpederi Raymond

Author of the Spiral of Revelation, My identity graduated from the university of Babcock University with a degree In mass communication. Love covers a multitude of sin. He Embraces the concept and power of creativity and certainly grandiloquent and Loves to write engages in copy writing and Authors books at random . The definition of a perfect relationship is not devoid of wrongs it is the Ease in forgiveness in the moments of friction and cognitive dissonance. By Human standards it is not Love on which the strongest foundations are built but the decency of merciful lies. Current books - My identity, The spiral of Revelation. we must strive towards growth and improvement irrespective of the tempting excuses that presents themselves at the fore of our consciousness.

14 thoughts on “You must carry your cross daily.

      1. Despite the selfishness in our world, it always seems to take a catastrophe such as a health crisis to pull people together. In such a case, those stricken down with the virus are bearing the weight of the virus. It is the health care professionals who hear them and help bear that weight- until such time the weak are cured. If however they die, then the families pick up their cross and carry it in the way of mourning.

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