Friday, February 26, 2016


Those who use an act of charity as an excuse to end a marriage have missed the whole point for performing such an act of charity.  Charity is never done for the purpose of avoiding somebody nor should it be interpreted as an act of avoiding somebody.  If somebody considers themselves as being more important than a charitable act is a selfish person.  Charity can never be performed by a Selfish Person for selfish reasons.  Charity can only be done by a Selfless Person for selfless reasons.  It's impossible for a Selfish Person to be married to a Selfless Person because the two lifestyle options are eternally at war with one another.  And if somebody wants to end a marriage because they can't cope with their romantic partner engaging in a charitable act, then perhaps it's better that such a marriage is ended so that the Selfless Person will be free to marry another Selfless Person and work to improve the world around us all without unnecessary guilt.  Yes, a charitable act goes to far if one no longer has a home to live in nor an income to earn, but charity doesn't always have to involve sacrificing both home and employment if done correctly.
While I'm lost in thought in the calm peacefulness of the afternoon, here are some photos of Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. 


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