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Love without distance

09 September 2013, 10:16 Onyeji Dominic

Culture and civilization are dying in Africa especially here in Nigeria. Millions of people are living wayward lives. Why? Things are now at the ebb. Social negligence has led to declined in life and culture. It has become too hard for souls to live upright. Men are now like lizards lying flat with evil, and the good ones are kept in hidings just like in those evil days of King Ahab, Jezebel and Elijah in Bible. People are no longer cultured and cultivated in Nigeria. Why?

Darkness seemed to have overcomed light in the country. That is why good things now exist in hidings. If you don't have insight and wisdom, you will not know what is good or bad in Nigeria these days.

I am saying all these because I am a holy Sage. I see things like a god. I am a goodly Biafran living in Nigeria, and I see millions of Nigerians searching for love in vein. They are looking for good things with blind and purblind eyes of minds. How long shall they grope in darkness?

Truth is that good things are many in Africa, and good people are many too. If you ask me, I will say that the "beautiful ones" are born in Africa. They are everywhere like angels. You cannot see them if you are not an angel like them. This is because their souls exist in hermitage. What is hermitage?

Millions of minds are retarded in Nigeria due to massive ignorance and mediocre-living. They don't seem to know that there are homes in fantasy just like there are homes in reality. How many minds are sound and mentally brushed in Nigeria? Academic system is in shamble, and souls are demoralized due to mere down in economy. So, how can they be sound and brushed in minds?

Everybody knows that men exist in real world. What everybody doesn’t know is the fact that souls live in fantasy world just like men exist in real world. Ask the wise! They will tell you that hermitage is home in minds. People who live like monks and nuns are divinely reserved in hermitage. Some of them are described as prudes and anchorites because world is filled with evil, and the evil is making good things to exist in minds only. You can hardly see good things in real life if you lack insight. This is because good people like hermits and prudes are fantastic. They live within bounds, and the bounds are called hermitage, sacred home in fantasy world just like monastry in real world.

Africa is so blessed. Good things are so many, and good people are like gems in fantasy. Why are they fantastic? I mean what is keeping them from manifesting and shining like stars in reality? I see gems, rare diamonds in hidings. When will they arise? When will they shine?

Good ladies (singles) are many and scarce in Africa. They are divinely reserved for men like them. God preserves good ones in Supernatural caves and cages just like he preserved seven thousand Prophets in Bible (1kings 19:13-18). The beautiful ones are born in Africa. But their souls are caged or kept in hermitage. You cannot see them with purblind eyes, and you cannot win them over just like that because God is a perfect match maker.

The major problem is that most people want love without distance. Why? You hardly can find souls that are sound, insightful and wise these days in Nigeria. That is why Nigerians don't seem to know that love is a journey. They want to get "close" to you without covering the "distance". How many persons in Nigeria know that distance is love? How many? Look well before you leap! Love exits in minds only.

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