When you shall desire the fruit so much without a cause, then believe me tis a forbidden fruit. If you wish to go to the garden of Eden show me your hand and let me lead you.
This garden, full of apples and the forbidden ones is a territory you and I gone explore.To taste,is it wrong? Guess not but to eat? Not also but mind what you eat for it can be the storm of your belly. When all you want is the ‘mpango wa kando’ and sponsor …or the prostitute or an incestrial mmh! That’s forbidden? That’s forbidden! That is forbidden.
I heard you love drinking, eating ‘nyama choma’ and watching strip dancers! Yes who won’t love partying after all.I guess not I nor you. Ha ha!So ‘kukula na macho’ is the well in the mind. Your desires are what you cannot easily keep in check. Try use rationale.
I wish to live my food for thought :you are in Kenya and saw what Waiguru ended up like. Jacob Juma and the last mistress in the media and you still saw the place where His Excellency Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta and former Prime Minister Raila Omollo Odinga are. Have you chosen to see the are or just the His of my statement? They are those who ate with the eyes and them with hands just like Eve and Adam and the serpent.Who are you kula kula ring with your macho-The well of your mind or the fool a fool a rounding with your heart –The storm of the belly?
Money. Sex. Power. All these are the storms of our bellies (desires) but they cannot breach the rationale of Respect for dignity and holistic human self concept; that is the well of our minds.You will only kula na macho if you know what is yours and stay satisfied/stomached. If you will fight for the fruit you are either late to claim what’s yours and might be cause you forgot to fetch from the kisima of your intelligence before stomaching yourself and not others!
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