She use to give it away so they could have their way, with her. Not knowing that it was a secret treasure she could never get back. It was the key to a lock that should have never been opened. Is it wrong to do the wrong thing if she doesn't know what the right thing is? Or is it wrong to chase something that she would possibly regret in her adult years. It's almost like a curse, a temptation that won't leave her alone. Maybe it's the small voice telling her that it's okay to do wrong. Her body is a temple and she knows it's not hers. I wonder if she will ever know the true meaning of a woman's self-worth. I guess the moral of the story is that we all need somebody but not their body. -The Diary of Alexis Love
To my teenagers, would you rather give several people a key to your treasure box or would you rather wait until you have saved your precious jewels for that one special person; the love of your life? In my high school days, I thought my entire life would be shaped around my high school reputation. Get this, no one is perfect but the man above himself. Although we strive to be perfect, we cannot look back and regret the past but we can look forward and make better decisions. I wish someone would have sat me down and told me these things, or maybe they did but I was too stubborn to listen. Wanting to grow up so fast and now wishing I was still a child. I say that to say this, just wait. If you were like me growing up, we all wished for that pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Now that I am older, wiser and better, I am able to discern what is good for me and live the abundant life. I choose to search for eternal gold.
-Peace and Blessings