Was It Worth It? We are our Sisters Keepers πŸ’…πŸ½πŸ’…πŸ½

 I’ve noticed a horrible trend in today’s society that has become extremely disturbing. Women and young adults are changing their looks whether through cosmetic surgeries or multiple online filter apps in order to change their features – why? In desperation of finding love leading to marriage. 

Lesson 101 Ladies:

There’s  a desperate cry in the hearts of women everywhere in the world to become so attractive with the hope that it leads to a commitment. Whenever a woman becomes a victim of any kind of violence, human trafficking, prostitution, or held in captivity – it takes an emotional toll on me and I feel a strong urgency to step right in and become their voice/advocate. Since I cannot save the world  – I have chosen to use my blog to become an instrument of light bringing hope to anyone looking for answers. 

If one life becomes better by accidentally coming across my blog – then it was indeed worth it all. We are our Sisters Keepers. 

Question: How far do you think women are going to gain a man’s attention? 

Someone sent me an article from Nigeria, and since receiving it, I began researching online to see if it just one kind of human race or if it’s a significant amount of women of all human races who are living a fake life. 

Result – Women of all races seem to be faking their appearances with the hope of becoming a fairytale bride/princess πŸ‘°πŸ‘°πŸ»πŸ‘°πŸ½πŸ‘°πŸΌπŸ‘°πŸΏ

1. Man confused after his wife gave birth to what he thought was an “incredibly ugly” baby. He accused her of cheating and then she admitted of having Β£62,000 on plastic surgery 
2. In Algeria, a man sues his new wife for fraud, physiological suffering and trauma after seeing her the morning after without make-up 
3. In Alabama- groom sues bride for not being pretty without makeup. 

4. In Saudi Arabia- Groom sued bride and claimed $20,000 damages after she removed her makeup 

5. Man sues and divorces his wife for looking ugly after she removed her makeup 

There’s a serious epidemic that’s flooding social media where girls and women of all ages, size, race, etc has resorted to using plastic surgery and beauty apps to alter their skin and face while deceiving eager gullible men. The results from dissatisfied men ends in an open body and facial shaming filed in courts all around the world.  

πŸ—£ Lesson 101:

Question to girls, young women, and older women – why would you choose to be deceptive and go after obtaining a fake appearance simply to find your spouse? If a man chooses to make a lifelong commitment based only on your looks, then something is incredibly warped with his thinking and yours.

πŸ—£ Lesson 101:

Ask yourself, why would I painstakingly decide to alter my physical features – to hopefully get someone’s nod of approval ? Charm is deceptive. Beauty is vain. But a Woman who fears God will be respected. 

πŸ—£ Lesson 101:

History must be remembered: After reading the online recorded stories of these women …was it worth it, and did it bring them happiness? No. Therefore, choose to write their stories on your heart. Makeup, cosmetic surgery, and beauty apps have its consequences. Consequences lead to greater pain and agony that can further destroy your internal conflicts with yourself. 

Women are prettiest when we get to talking about things we’re passionate about. It’s internal NOT external. 

It’s not anyone’s decision to love you  – that’s your job. So go on your mission to making yourself happy. 

6 thoughts on “Was It Worth It? We are our Sisters Keepers πŸ’…πŸ½πŸ’…πŸ½

  1. OMG……..Sorry to say but I blame this beauty thing on the Cenderlla storyπŸ˜”. Women don’t literally have fairy-god mothers but figuratively speaking the make-up brands becomes some women fairy-god mothers. Therefore, most women want to be turned into a beautiful princess for a prince but forgetting sooner or later the spell or make-up has to be broken or removedπŸ™ˆ.

    Proverbs 31:30 Charm is deceptive, and beauty is fleeting; but a woman who fears the Lord is to be praised☺️.

    Interesting blog today stay blessed and keep writingπŸ’…πŸ½πŸ’…πŸ½πŸ’…πŸ½.




  2. True beauty comes from the inside and manifest itself outwardly. There is a confidence which is outwardly evident when we know who we are in God.


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