Sunday, January 29, 2017

Feeding the homeless and leaving them homeless is phony behavior.



This is for all you phony people out there running your mouths about feeding the homeless. I am not impressed, and no one should. Some of them even have their relatives who are homeless, and they visit them once a week to take them out for a meal. Humans are very phony! 300 people sign up to feed 30 homeless whom they have not fed for the past 25 days, and then they leave them homeless. If 10 of those people will adopt a homeless person, homelessness will disappear in one day.You can keep your excuse about your safety in your back or front pocket because it is hogwash since I have kept more than 20 people, but I am still alive and well. 
Bankers foreclose on homeowners and go out to give them food as homeless. Who made them homeless in the first place? Legislators, insurance and pharmaceutical companies refuse the poor and the sick healthcare. The people get too sick and their hospital bills become cumbersome for them to bear. They sell everything and become homeless. Then the legislators and CEOs from insurance and pharmaceutical companies fold their sleeves and go out to distribute gifts to the poor and homeless. Had you provided them healthcare, they would not have been homeless.  
Schools would not even support some kids. Those kids become failures and homeless, and the schools go out to feed poor and homeless families. 
Why are some of you so vain? Why? Some of you don’t visit your own families, but you are on the road visiting underprivileged families during Christmas. Shouldn’t your charity start with your own family? Look at some of you being nice with homeless dogs and humans, but you have no relationship with your father or mother. You chase your father, mother, sister or brother out of the house. They become homeless, and then you go out to visit them to take them out and show them love. You are phony. You are really phony! You are always trying to visit the homeless. How about you just taking a homeless to your own house?
Some of these people have relatives they really don’t care about. These people try to fulfill their gap with drugs, and they become addicts. Then the government says that they should give them another drug that will help them with overdose. Does that solve the problem? Drug addiction does not occur when people are happy because happy people don’t do drugs; unhappy people do.
How about we start being nice to people? How about us treating people well in such a way that they feel fulfilled with us around? Oh, wait, when they become drug addicts and homeless, we will go to feed the homeless. Why is humanity this phony? In 2016, there was a report how drug companies poured 780 million painkiller-pills into West Virginia. When the people become drug addicts and homeless, the CEO and other company leaders go out once a year to feed the homeless. They donate money to take care of the homeless. Who made them homeless? Why are human beings this phony? Phony people, God is not impressed!
Until then, the next time you go out to feed the homeless, take one to your place, phony people!
St Arrey of Ntenako.  




“Bonyfish beware because the same net that caught the jawless fish, caught the cartilaginous fish” (Hamilton Ayuk). Beware earthly paradise seekers because there is a serpent in every paradise"(Hamilton Ayuk). "If in this life only we have hope in Christ, we are of all men most miserable." (I Cor 15:19). "It is not how well you know a person; it is how well you treat them that they will live longer and happier with you." Hamilton Ayuk. Idle people write, idler people read, and idlest people read and whine that idle people are taking their time (Hamilton Ayuk).

Saturday, January 14, 2017

Confronting Bad Behavior

I began writing this lesson yesterday, but I mistakenly deleted it. This video is an old odd video for this lesson, but the lesson of confronting bad behavior is timeless. You see, you must confront bad behavior with facts. Those who are reading know that you cannot please everybody. The oddest thing at times is to see people who are trying to lecture someone when they know nothing. If you do not know something, you should ask someone who knows, and he or she will tell or teach you. I will give you two anecdotes before giving you the lessons.
A neighboring teacher asked me to help her sign up a student on their login. I went to the library, got the directions and gave it to them. I asked the student to try it. Upon clicking the page, it was the picture of Trump which came up, and the student exclaimed, “I hate this man. He is a racist!” Hatred is hatred, no matter who you hate, so I asked her how. She said, “Just because.” That was all she had. Immediately, another teacher jumped in and took over the student’s viewpoint. That was great. I commended them all, and I advised the student to always have a reason when they are making such a statement. It is like when students sometimes tell me that they hate Christians, or when they say that they cannot stand Mormons. In most cases, most of them have no arguments.
Another day I had a student who came to class and began to disparage a teacher. His mates were asking him where the teacher was and what she did, and he gave them her name and room number. I asked him why he did not like her. He said that she is forceful and pushy with her religious and health opinions. I asked him why he was asking her about religion, and he said that because sometimes she is like Mormon or something. I told him that he was making a mistake by only being fastidious because I talk with her daily, and I am learning a lot. Her kids have never taken any vaccination, yet they are very healthy. She herself is never sick, but you have always been sick. If I were you, she is the type of person you should be talking to because she has something you don’t have. Each time I talk with her, I learn something very new that I go home and try it.  You could do same. Then after you try it and it does not work, you can come and disprove her. That is what education is all about.
His mates told him to reign on her and not let her tell him stupid stuff. They asked him why he had not put her in her place. I just allowed the conversation to flow as if I was not hearing. They kept talking and then he told them that he was going to put her in her place tomorrow.
The teacher had already told me that the student likes to ask her about religion and what she was drinking because she drinks a lot of tea. I told her that as a teacher, you are there to educate him. You should give him answers on what he asks because a teacher is a guide.
The next day he came back and began the same conversation. His friends and I asked him if he then debated with her. He told us that that he did. Then he continued to disparage her with all sorts of adjectives, up to calling her  "a cunt". I had two alternatives: rebuke him and correct the behavior immediately or go with the popular way of writing him up for using a bad language in class and disrespect to a teacher. I intervened with the former.
I said to him, “Son, you should never ever come and speak against a teacher in this class. You can go to the administrator, counselor or psychologist, but I don’t want you to come here and talk evil of the woman you chat and laugh with. How many times have I met you guys talking and laughing? That is wrong! It is like eating with someone and stabbing them on the back. Do you do the same thing with me? Does she know you call her a ‘Cunt’?” He did immediately apologize for using the word though! He tried to swear that he did not speak evil of me on my back because “You are so cool.” I then asked the class if they felt that it was good to laugh with someone in their face and talk evil of them behind their back. All of them said that it was not good. Most of them said that they hated two faced people. I then told him that he had to apologize to that lady. Another student too chimed in and told him that it was wrong. 
Later he asked for permission to use the restroom. I continued the class and then he came back. At the end of the day, the teacher told me, “You cannot imagine, yesterday this student came and spoke so rudely to me, and today he came back and apologized. He always argues with me each time I am teaching or even when we are playing games as a class." I laughed and told him that I showed him that his actions were bad. She said to me, “That was nice of you.” Since that day, the young man has been polite and friendlier to her.
You see, our kids need those conversations. I used to keep those letters where kids tell me, “You made me to believe in myself. You gave me the self-confidence I have now.” Even if it means just saying something good to a student.  I told a student that he would be a good musician, and now he is constantly playing music that he brings to me to appreciate. You never know where his star will shine. You tell a student you are fit to be a model, and then she starts to feel very confident about herself. How many of us say something nice to people every day?
It is not just when we are at work that we should say nice things to people. We should say nice things to people on the internet, in the shops and on the road. We have a society now that encourages people to be torn apart behind their backs, so we have suicide, drug addiction and depression going up. These ills affect everybody; indirectly or directly. A journalist said the other day that “people walk now like zombies; they don’t talk to anyone. They smile with their lips closed and nod their heads as if they only speak sign languages.”  While we are nice to people, we should learn how to confront bad behavior head on with moral virtues. It works more than those threats wen make about writing kids up.

Until then, it is important to confront bad behavior immediately.


St Arrey of Ntenako
“Bonyfish beware because the same net that caught the jawless fish, caught the cartilaginous fish” (Hamilton Ayuk). Beware earthly paradise seekers because there is a serpent in every paradise"(Hamilton Ayuk). "If in this life only we have hope in Christ, we are of all men most miserable." (I Cor 15:19). "It is not how well you know a person; it is how well you treat them that they will live longer and happier with you." Hamilton Ayuk. Idle people write, idler people read, and idlest people read and whine that idle people are taking their time (Hamilton Ayuk).

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

The Inescapable Common Needs of Humanity.

The Inescapable Common Needs of Humanity.
As I sat in my car looking at other motorists at the stop light, there was one thing that seemed very common. Each of them looked very familiar. They all looked like someone I have seen before. I began to reflect on what we all have in common. Deep within my memory, I began to rehearse how the poor and the rich, the beautiful and the ugly, the ant and the sluggard all looked alike. There was a voice within me that read, “The essence of the human needs are the same, but they manifest themselves in different forms." All our needs are bundled up in three words: Love, Acceptance and Value (LAV). Every human being wants to be loved. Every human being wants to be accepted. Every human being wants to be valued.  
Those whose love for money exceeds their love for humanity, those whose acceptance of human pride exceeds their morals and virtues, and those whose value for hoarded materials exceeds their value for human life have all realized these are mere vanity of vanity. Money cannot love you. Houses and a huge bank accounts cannot accept you, and the titles and status in society cannot value you. Otherwise, the rich will never ever commit suicide, the bourgeoisies and patricians will never divorce, and the gold medalists and globe winners will be very fulfilled with life. You can testify that it is not so! Only humans can love you back. Only humans can accept you. Only human beings can value you.
Many have sought after the internet to fulfill their love. They make friends behind those screens. They play games, play cards, debate and talk love and sex still behind the curtains of the worldwide net. They live in sumptuous houses that paint the picture of great satisfactory success sitting over oceans from which they peer and peep through the chinks of their human pride. They huff and puff on what their hands have accomplished. They rejoice on the leisure they can afford, yet they still lust for love. They still lust for more success, and they still lust for the pride of life. The human being is never satisfied without love acceptance and value.
Deep within every human being lies a hidden need that is fulfilled temporarily with pets, paraphernalia, imaginary friends on the internet and fairy tales from fairylands. However, there still lies a small but larger portion unfulfilled which is what drives the bulk of our depression and awkward behaviors up. These dark series may reach their paroxysm with depression, anxiety, murder, broken homes or even finally culminating in suicide because nothing without humanity can be satisfying as what inhibits them within. Tall tales get short once faced with reality.
We can pretend all we want, but we cannot satisfy ourselves. No amount of drugs, alcohol, sex or and fun can satisfy us because love is beyond drugs, acceptance is beyond sex and value is beyond just feeling good. Love is the kind affection that is administered in friendship, so it is beyond just falling in love.  Is there friendship in that love?  If someone is accepted, he or she should be accepted with their size, origins and mannerisms. Acceptance is beyond tolerance. It is saying that, I know who you are, but I will deal with it. If someone cannot be missed when they are not there, then they were not valued. Anyone who has had a priced and valued possession will tell you that they missed it, when it was stolen. How can anything be of value, if it cannot be missed? Making people feel they would be missed truly in word and in action is beyond just saying that I missed you.
Therefore, as you live your life daily, you must remember that every human being is in search of love, acceptance and value. These three must come together to produce a totality of satisfaction. That satisfaction brought far beyond the acquisition of materials, the praise-singing of myrmidons and aficionados and the leisure and pleasure of life’s artificial satisfaction.
Until then, you seek and provide love, acceptance and value without which no one will be satisfied with life.
St Arrey of Ntenako

“Bonyfish beware because the same net that caught the jawless fish, caught the cartilaginous fish” (Hamilton Ayuk). Beware earthly paradise seekers because there is a serpent in every paradise"(Hamilton Ayuk). "If in this life only we have hope in Christ, we are of all men most miserable." (I Cor 15:19). "It is not how well you know a person; it is how well you treat them that they will live longer and happier with you." Hamilton Ayuk. Idle people write, idler people read, and idlest people read and whine that idle people are taking their time (Hamilton Ayuk).

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