May 2017 be a year when people will become pro truth, pro objectivity, pro justice, pro honesty, anti lies, anti injustice, anti wickedness, anti dishonesty etc!!!


May 2017 be a year when people will become pro truth, pro objectivity, pro justice, pro honesty, anti lies, anti injustice, anti wickedness, anti dishonesty etc!!!

Welcome to 2017!!!

The intellectually lazy is always quick to brand people anti this or pro that when he/she cannot deal with the facts, truth or logic on any issues and this is usually the only strategy and response given when no meaningful comment is forth coming from such people!

In trying to correctly identify a problem or in trying to proffer a meaningful solution to a problem things like sentiments, lies, half truths and misinformation don't help even though some people like playing to the gallery as if any issue is an opportunity to win a popularity contest.

Engage your brain positively for the good of the majority and for the betterment of mankind in any way you can. Sincerity and honesty are things that don't come cheap as not everyone can boast of these things!

We learn everyday and the day you stop learning is the day you die so we must learn to be open minded about issues especially on issues we don't fully understand or have all the facts and more importantly we must learn to bow to superior logic and have respect for facts and the truth!!!

May 2017 be a year when people will become pro truth, pro objectivity, pro justice, pro honesty, anti lies, anti injustice, anti wickedness, anti dishonesty etc!!!

May 2017 bring with it happiness, joy, progress, positive developments, growth, peace, justice, equity, fair play etc but remember one thing - we shall reap whatever we sow be it love, hate, bitterness, wickedness, justice etc so if you are doing good you are doing it to yourself and if you are doing bad you are equally doing it to yourself!!!

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