Love is not partial

How fascinating this world can be, different things happen every day. To be quite honest we never know what will happen in the next minute or so, but we keep the faith, we move on, we plan. Survival remains the game. Imagine facing different challenges and tragedies every now and then, that’s the perilous time …

How fascinating this world can be, different things happen every day.

To be quite honest we never know what will happen in the next minute or so, but we keep the faith, we move on, we plan. Survival remains the game.

Imagine facing different challenges and tragedies every now and then, that’s the perilous time we now live in, we are all faced with different challenges day in day out, we all read in the news on a daily basis about kidnappings, plane crashes, terrorism, assault, divorce, bullying, hunger the list goes on.

Where is love… I often asked myself that question?

The current rate of divorce is on the increase.

Can you imagine the impact it has on the children?

Little wonder relationships are struggling and the divorce rate is so high. We are living in a world of “me” time. Consumption is king.

The world has become ‘Too fast, too furious’,   I believe it’s time to slow down and show some love.

I believe with love and cooperation, we will get back to that day where we can say to our neighbours “Hope all is well with you” rather than fearing them.

We may not be able to change the course of things to come, but with love, good conduct and accepting responsibilities, we may be able to make the world a better place for us to live in and the coming generation.

Sincerely, the family unit is in a state of crisis; the institution of marriage is failing, although people are still getting married; but remember this, when you’re walking  down the aisle and you make a vow “till death do us part” ensure you mean it and stick by it.

If not you are part of the people screwing up our kids and you are screwing the world.

We have certainly left one messed up world for the next generation to try to fix. It’s too bad that most of them come from broken homes. How are they going to fix the world, when they can’t even fix themselves?

By: Sunday Olorunshola

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SUNNY  Sunday Olorunshola is a writer, a qualified teacher and the publisher of Mytrinity Magazine based in UK.

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