Abuse …….,

2018/05/03

NEWS  FLASH  –  Watch this blog –  and you will see , within about 2 – 3 months that

Lavender

is being followed ………………….by

JONAH

The first issue on abuse – was more about what is experienced by the victims.

 

However,  we, as individuals, what do we do to our parents/ loved ones?  What do we do FOR our parents / loved ones?

Many of us would prefer the parent to be in a retirement home, yes, I do understand that, but, when there are celebrations, family gatherings, how many of us tend to forget the parents who sacrificed so much in order to give the best they could afford ?

That,  is abuse!  Maybe not the way we think about abuse, yet it still remains abuse.

 

Somewhere I read that we are the product of our parents, whether they are rich or poor, good or bad, that does not matter, we still have to respect and love them for who thy are.

 

Today there are so many issues that we, as people, have to deal with.  We are inclined to spend much more time on our electronic devices.  Children play games on their mobile phones, whilst adults  spend more time  text messaging.   Do we realise that time is limited ?  How much time is your life-span ?   We tend to forget that we do not control TIME.  One minute lost daily becomes 365 minutes lost during a year.

 

Just take a couple of  seconds and THINK what you could have done with the time that you lost, to improve another persons’ life,  or an animals’ life.

How , maybe, we could have saved a massacre by someone who needed attention and was probably “crying” out for help, which we did not see or recognise.   Is it not time that we,  as individuals, parents, siblings, children and friends, start to become more aware of what is happening, be it abuse, or neglect or cruelty, or maybe someone crying out for a little bit of acknowledgement ?

 

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  1. Lavender book the moment I started to read it, I could not stop. It is easy to read and very informative. This book intrigues me, thus I had to read it again within a month. One thing about it, teaches us that we should not keep quite when we experience abuse or see someone being abused because you may regret if you do not take action before something bad happen to the abuser and or abused person. I can relate to this book because I have a friend who went through various abuses for a long time by an ex husband that used to insult her in front of children, biting her most of the time as well threatening her with a gun etc. Thanks to God she decided to move out of that relationship. Lahja

  2. I have a better understanding now. Speak out in need . There are people out there that cares.

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