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Friday, July 24, 2020

The Negative Side Of Forgiveness

Interesting read!!!!









''I bought honey from a known honey vendor! My driver picked it up and in the course of filtering it, I discovered odd impurities. So, I decided to boil and filter the honey. (When you boil honey, it reduces viscosity so you can filter it much more easily and efficiently)


To my chagrin, the honey was frying rather than boiling. You May know that only oil fries, honey boils. If it fries, it is not honey. In short it was not honey, it was bleached used engine oil topped and mixed with little honey. That was why it had odd impurities!


I promptly alerted the appropriate authorities. When we went there we found out that my suspicions were right. The lady was on the process of bleaching more used engine oil. 

Then pleas came from left and right. Please, forgive her. Even the authorities joined in the plea for forgiveness. 

Now many of you reading this will be minded towards such forgiveness but, have you thought of the livers she has damaged in her lust for profit?
Have you considered the suffering and hospital bills of the many who had purchased and gulped her toxically lethal honey mix?


People who behave like that, should bear the full weight of punishment as s deterrent. In fact, the impunity in our country today is a direct consequence of our unwillingness to exact punishment for transgressions. 


Indeed forgiveness breeds evil


Next time, do not be too quick to forgive. Where there is much forgiveness, there is no deterrence, therefore evil blooms. You get? Next time, when you are minded to forgive evil, remember that by so doing, you are contributing to evil. 

Class Master! ~ Ray Murphy Ekpo

55 comments:

  1. Interesting. Most hobey in the market no be honey at all

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    1. I forgave someone recently due to a tragic circumstance that befell her, I have been warned in my dreams this person is seriously potting to harm u and harm ur children, then 3family members called and said I shd b very mindful of a new friendship, the persons heart is dark! I gave myself sense and distanced him. I no wan cry by losing a child or children. May the enemies plans to destroy our lives, tru sickness , deaths or ill luck befall them IJN. The rates of Kidney and Liver failure is this country is alarming

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    2. This has always been my philosophy but a lot of people mistake it for hard-heartedness.

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    3. Sapphire is like sparing a child wen they go wrong. Tomorrow Dey become hardened and do that same thing x2. Discipline is a Most

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    4. Anon. Beating almost destroyed me nd my self worth and esteem. Thanks to my mother who believed everything is beating. I am in my 30's nd i still cant forgive my mother. My dad did talking. And it heloed greatly. I dont beat my children. We talk, and they are well behaved by the grace of my source. Its not everyone brutality and slavery style works for. Get sense.

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  2. Mehnn that honey vendor is heartless, haba! Engine oil???? And she'll sell it very expensive o.

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  3. Needed food for thought

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    1. There is no negative side to forgiveness. I guess the crowd saying forgive her meant that he should let it slide, so she doesn't face justice.

      This is a criminal offence that involves human lives. That woman needs to be taken off the streets and made to face the tune of the law, for the sake of ignorant people who would buy and consume her 'honey'. He would be doing the society a disservice if that woman isn't disciplined.

      To forgive someone doesn't rule out justice. We need to do the right thing.

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  5. Ecclesiastes 8:11 When the penalty for a crime is not quickly carried out, the heart of people are strengthened to do evil. 🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️🀸🏻‍♀️

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  6. Abeg, they should make her pay. Trying to make money, while destroying some peoples organs (if not killing them sef). That's greed abeg.

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    1. Very greedy human being! Someone will consume such and end up in the hospital.. Village people that are on their own jeje will be the suspects. Mtchewwww

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    2. Abi o. Most times "village people" sef, are innocent.

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  7. I will forgive u but you wont go Scot free. Next time you will think twice before ripping someone off.

    It's only Yahweh that can forgive n forget grievous sins.

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  8. Just like someone raping someone and everyone tells you to forgive. Please that one does not follow as he might go back and rape others.

    I think it depends on the offense. Forgive but if the offense borders on grevious crime,let the person learn their lessons by doing the time especially in cases like the one above

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  9. Engine oil? That seller is heartless and should be stoned to death!

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  10. I don't buy honey at al, some are even caramelized sugar.

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  11. Stella don't I just love you? just like me, pretense is your greatest undoing

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  12. Stella oooo
    All my comments today are inside your potπŸ˜’πŸ˜’πŸ˜’πŸ˜’πŸ˜’πŸ˜­

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    1. Chai
      See my life outside

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    2. I can totally relate🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

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  13. 'Forgiveness' and "Don't Judge" are the two most abused and mis-applied the word of God in this country..

    To judge can mean two things literally:
    1. To assess, form opinion on what is good or bad.
    2. To condemn to punishment- e.g, this one will go to hell, be destroyed, etc.

    God did not say which should not assess things to decide which is good or bad. Just that as number 2, we are not the one to pronounce punishment in people.

    Let's learn to call evil evil when we see it, in order to help ourselves and others to flee it's appearance.

    Blessings

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  14. Wow !! Such wickedness. She should be made to bear the consequences.

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  15. Most of this honey in the market and supermarkets are not really the original, most of them are pure fake and every expensive..
    The vendor is heartless and wicked


    May God help us and guide us always from wicked vendors.

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  16. Hmm,I am praying today God to lead me right now . I have someone that owes me 6.5million since 2yrs ago, she was locked up in kirikiri prison since November begging me to released her that she will pay me but there is no means for her to pay bcos she promised me that she will will sell her house to repay me which she sold the house at my back and didn't pay me 1kobo. She has one house but she said she can't sell it that that is the only house she have to move into. I am so down that it is God that is sustaining me, all she and her family do is beginning and beg that she will pay me back. I just need God wisdom bcos I have lost so much at my 33yrs in this wicked by being nice and always forgive easy but this one I am at crossroad

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    1. let her remain in prison until her family sell that house and pay you your money. Sometimes, you need to be a bigger bitch to teach foolish persons lessons. Be there doing mother Christmas.

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    2. They are all playing on your intelligence using 'God' which most Nigerians use to get away with evil.
      You have forgiven her but she must pay you your money. Next time she won't swindle another person.

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    3. Pls leave her in prison for her sentence. If they want her out let them sell the house and pay it off. She wants to keep the house so she has where to stay but she doesn't care what happens to u. She even sold the other house behind ur back. I beg she is evil

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    4. No release her o. She must pay the money from that kirikiri! Very selfish and wicked person, even her family!!!

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    5. In a sane society you don't take that risk of lending money to anyone. That is what banks are for. You take a loan, you drop the collateral. Legally binding contract to protect both parties. If you can't take a loan, you get a credit card. Use and pay back over time, and the collateral is the damage to your credit score and loan life if you fail to pay back. That is why most Nigerians think it is ok to owe, cos they have never faced the consequences of owing. Anyway, how does someone owe you that much unless there was a legal contract.

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  17. Forgiveness does not mean that a person should be excused from the consequences of his or her actions. Mercy must not rob justice.

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  18. What we buy with our hard earned money.... only God will help us

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  19. See gokada. If he had reported that boy appropriately he would still be here today. Forgiveness doesn’t mean u should not be reported.

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  20. Some even sell bleached fats from animal as vegetable oil. May God help us

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  21. People are very wicked. My father spent almost 2months in the hospital and came back due to diabetes. We have this neighbor that deals with honey, on trust we started giving her money to help us buy original honey for my father not knowing that what she sells is cooked sugar, everytime father use the honey, his sugar level will skyrocket and my dad is type 1. So he has to stop using honey. Not long after that, our neighbor brought home her honey making factory at home. It now done us that so many people are falling victim and dying bbecause of this greedy woman. Imagine a diabetes patient taken what should be avoided. People are wicked

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    1. She should be reported. This leave it for God is the worst thing we do in Nigeria. Imagine?? What if ur father had died??

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    2. @arsenalfirstlady;please google is your friend. Diabetics should not take honey (real or fake). Honey spikes the blood sugar, which in turns affects insulin levels. In fact, they should avoid anything carbs like rice that also spikes blood sugar. Please google alternative foods for diabetics. The keto diet is much better due to the absence of carbs.

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  22. Boko haram fighters apprehended by the Govt, became 'repentant' fighters and were 'forgiven'. Murderous honey dealer got caught, authorities asked for forgiveness.
    If one insists on facts, next they will say they live in Victoria Island, but we live in Mushin, so we shdnt try them!
    Jokers...silly jokers everywhere!

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  23. So even go as far as selling bleached animal fats as vegetable oil. Wicked people!

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  24. Most of them are not repentant because of the financial gains they get from their evil act.

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  25. Omg! Bleached engine oil as honey?
    God forbid i harm people because of money.

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  26. I think the world forgiveness has been abused several tomes. Forgiveness doesn't mean people should not pay for their crimes and not held responsible. Forgiveness simply means the offended no longer hold grudges against the offender. Forgiveness doesn't necessarily mean everyone should go back to status quo. I can forgive you and don't want anything to do with you again. Dey your dey, make I dey my dey.

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  27. im so annoyed with this story. this is the kind of issues i dey carry for my head like gala... Deal with her that she will never forget.

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  28. Forgive?Yes of course..Enable bad behaviour which can potentially harm another?No!

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  29. Sometime, when God decide to pay people back with their own coins, we mistaking it for devil. Don't be deceived, everyone under heaven shall reap whatsoever sown. Eni ba taja yepe, a gbowoo okuta.

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  30. hmmmmm, the heart of men is dark indeed, that was how I saw a video of a lady selling meat and was asked to taste the meat, she started crying and begging that she can't taste it, and plenty people has already bought and eat o.

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    1. I saw the video. The lady was being harassed by the people around her, that was why she was crying. It's not the same thing.

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  31. I have a bottle of honey bought from the supermarket in my kitchen, I will experiment with it later.

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  32. Engine oil? Not even sugar? How does it get the sugary taste after processing?

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  33. This just made me angry. The people are pleading for her because they can relate( they also have their own bits of dishonesty and corruption in business dealings). That's why Justice is so important. Even God is just. He didn't jsut forgive us, he meted out Justice(through Jesus). We are free because he died in our place. His blood was the justice. That's why the legal system exists naa, so that while we forgive, the state can sue you and you'll go to jai. the society will be safer with that woman and her likes in jail.

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