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Each one of us walking this planet has the desire to be acknowledged. When someone else notices even the slightest thing about another person, it can shout to that person, “Hey!  Someone noticed me!!” Your daily compliments to “the shy one” at work whose name no one knows can help her break out of her shyness and, who knows? turn her into the best friend you’ve ever had. We all need someone in our lives we can trust, and the more we build up others the more we’re also building up ourselves.

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If you can control your thoughts about women, you’ll control your words, your eyes, and your actions.

But purity of heart does not eliminate sexual attraction. A lustful man takes the beauty of a woman’s body and places It above the value of the woman herself unlike the pure man who refuses to let the beauty of a woman’s body distract him from the dignity she deserves.

God wants us to think about sex, Yes, you read that correctly. To see Gods original design for the gift of sex, we need to go back to the beginning, when sexual desire was experienced in a totally pure way. When Adam saw Eve, his urge towards her was not felt as a selfish desire to take. Rather, he saw his call to love her.

We often turn away from our call to love and settle for it’s counterfeit, which is lust.

Temptation will always be there, especially in view of how most girls dress today. God cares about purity of your thoughts because they reveal the state of your heart. Whatever wins the heart – will win the thoughts, the words, the body and the soul.

Stay happy and stay blessed.

Courtesy of Jason Evert

Foto credit:@glamourspain

Social life savers are happy entrepreneurs from all walks of life. We stay connected as a team and as a network our aim is to create a happier environment for the benefit of our mindset towards achieving our dreams and goals.

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