Care for People; Care for your Animals; Get Rid of Toxic Emotions – Thoughts & Life #5


A righteous man has regard for the life of his beast… Proverbs 12:10a

A good man will feed and care for his animals. If you cannot care for your dog properly do not get or own one. Sometimes I see the mangled body of one chicken, dog or goat ran down by a car on the road. It is not right…take care of your animals if you own one. Granted our goats in Africa stroll through the community and they all come back home at night but seriously goats, chickens and any other animal should not be left to stroll through roads plied by motorist.

The vexation of a fool is known at once, but the prudent man ignores an insult. (RSV) Proverbs 12: 16

Do not be quick to get angry. When someone or something upsets you learn how to manage your anger. If you have to blow your fuse every time you are insulted; you might be cutting your life span short. Anger is a toxic emotion that releases toxins into the body which puts you at risk of a heart disease. Try to give an excuse for people’s behavior; learn to shrug it off…remember we are all not perfect including you. Most importantly learn to forgive because Anger can lead to serious health problems for you.

Anxiety in a man’s heart weighs him down, but a good word makes him glad. Proverbs 12: 25

Take a good look at that co-worker, friend and even those who don’t like you; say something nice; say something uplifting; make someone’s day by using kind words.

It will all come back to you!!!

Adebisi Adetunji(C)


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