Posts Tagged ‘Removal’
Cruising down my memory lane of experiences, the cotton fields of Mississippi indeed left unforgettable memories.
During the summer, you walked from one end of the cotton field to the other in the blazing hot sun chopping down the weeds from the cotton plants.
This removal was necessary to allow the crop to produce white snowy cotton for picking.
It was the separation process that determined the outcome and purity of the harvest.
Our lives are no different.
We have to remove the bad folks from our presence to allow our goodness and quality to blossom.
Unlike noticeable weeds, sometimes the badness in people can’t be immediately seen until their actions reveal their naughtiness.
Once their ugliness raises its head, it’s time for the separation process to begin. If you don’t remove yourself from their midst, you are subjected to continued infestation.
The wheat has worth; the chaff is worthless!
An alignment with worthiness cannot produce prosperity.
Nothing from nothing leaves nothing!
No more needs to be said. It’s as simple as that!
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Since we’re cooking this week, let’s continue.
When Teflon cookware hit the market, women were excited!
Finally, there were nonstick pots and pans that didn’t require scrubbing.
Rinse them with soapy water, wipe, and you are done in a jack flash minute. It’s that easy!
Though this Teflon magic was ingenious in the kitchen, no woman wants a Teflon type man in her life.
Who wants to be in a relationship with a man who doesn’t stick or with a man who cannot give devoted attention to her and her emotions.
Lack of attention correlates to a lack of dependability. No one wants to be with someone that you cannot depend upon.
In addition to his lack of stickiness, a
Teflon man is the “about to do, but never did” type.
The upside is if things don’t work, you don’t have to flex your muscle to remove his existence; the glide will require less effort!
In the final analysis, your life will thank you for his removal.
Once gone, he can no longer eat your food (more money for you) and you no longer have to tolerate his lack of emotional or financial contribution.
What a slick culprit!
This advertising slogan says its best: “Ditch the Non-Stick!”
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