July 21, 2020 at 11:06 am #362289
“we live in a society in which mediocrity is the norm. Many people do as little as they go by.. don’t take pride in their work or in who they are. If somebody is watching, they may perform one way, but when nobody is watching they will cut corners and take the easy way out. I always do more than is expected; carry it two miles. I’m a person of excellence. I go above and beyond what’s asked of me. I do more than is expected.. God doesn’t reward sloppiness. God rewards excellence”- it is a pleasure simply repeating what you shared, simply retyping it.
The story of Rebekah, oh how long it has been since I read it. She was generous to offer water for the thirsty servant and his ten camels. Yes, that’s a lot of water!
anitaJuly 21, 2020 at 7:08 pm #362337
Thanks for the precious pieces of words. That is away to go. Rome was not built on one day. It was a continuous of work. I kept learning new things always.
God blessed you Anita…. You have a pure heart that tried to contribute anything you have to.
A lots of rewards will come back to you.
GregoryJuly 22, 2020 at 6:41 am #362370
You are welcome and thank you for your blessings. Blessings back to you!
“Rome was not built on one day. It was a continuous of work. I kept learning new things always”- you are a wise young man, Gregory. About Rome, it had many cruel practices, terribly cruel, violent practices. Better when we build our own Rome, make it a non-violent place, a kind place for us and for others.
anitaJuly 23, 2020 at 4:17 am #362444
Much appreciation mommy. I’m sorry Anita, that I’m not at my best today…. Really not at good mood. As I was having a flight from Juba to Wau and back to juba today,,,,, I was given the envelope by one of the Marshall to come and give it to the owner. To my surprise, it was a guy from the side of my estranged wife who left years back. I was really annoyed because they are so disrespectful and disgusting people that I don’t want to see them again.
Anyway they are just hyena who being paranoid and parasites from the mother in law.
GregoryJuly 23, 2020 at 4:21 am #362446
They do everything for the interests of mother in-laws. All in all. They all don’t know what they are doing. Just misleading. I was not happy for opening the topic of my estranged wife again,,,,, yet I really don’t know what he was digging for? I’m too annoyed today with them,,,, this people behave like a female dog…..July 23, 2020 at 9:20 am #362468
You are welcome. I am sad to read that you are feeling badly. I wish there was a way for you to never again be in contact with the hyenas you mentioned. I once watched a nature movie about hyenas and I can’t forget the scene I watched: how one hyena made the unfortunate mistake of finding himself in the territory of a different group of hyenas. The latter chased that one hyena mercilessly, biting his behind so badly, that the poor hyena’s intestines exited his body and he was left to die.
Will it help if you divorce your estranged wife… anything you can do to no longer be in contact with hyenas?
anitaJuly 26, 2020 at 6:04 am #362751
I had travelled to place without network.
Well I will think over it after finishing up the men’s conference about ladies like my estranged wife. It is a cul-de-sac and wonderful second thought option which we can resort to it. That is what she is yearning for already.
Thanks for being on my shoulder to shoulder Anita..
God blessed you.
Gregory.July 26, 2020 at 7:05 am #362759
You are welcome and blessings back to you. You are in a men’s conference about women like your estranged wife? How interesting, I wonder what that’s about…
anitaJuly 26, 2020 at 7:35 am #362761
<p style=”text-align: left;”>Dear Anita,</p>
It is literally enjoyable due to the mess that had been made by so many girls who are on streets in juba.
To be honest they spoke out saying it is the pandemic virus which force them to be like lobbying many men around. We discussed so many things on the agenda. Jumping from one place to another can cause you to get HIV/ AIDS ,,,,,,,, However, it is so beautiful sense.
Gregory.July 26, 2020 at 8:17 am #362765
Actually, there is a Wikipedia entry on “Prostitution in South Sudan”, it reads:
“Since independence from Sudan in July 2011, prostitution has expanded considerably, mainly due to an influx of prostitutes from nearby African countries. In the capital, Juba, the number of prostitutes rose from a few thousand at the time of independence to an estimated 10,000 in 2014.
“Juba has a large percentage of foreign residents including aid workers and UN personnel. Many of these are single men, or married men living away from home. Their relative wealth has attracted women and girls from within Sudan and also from Kenya, Congo, Uganda, and Khartoum (the capital of Sudan)…
“Due to long periods of war, HIV prevention campaigns have lagged behind other African countries. Data about HIV in the country is sparse, but estimates of HIV prevalence are 2.6% amongst adults and 21% amongst sex workers, although UNAIDS (The Joint United Nations Program on HIV and AIDS) warn this may increase to an epidemic within 10 years if the issue is not addressed adequately. Lack of awareness, shortage of condoms, clients’ reluctance to use condoms, when available, and limited access to healthcare are all factors in the spread of HIV amongst sex workers and their clients…
“South Sudanese girls are subjected to sex trafficking in restaurants, hotels, and brothels in urban centers… South Sudanese and foreign business owners recruit men and women from regional countries.. as well as South Sudanese women and children, with fraudulent offers of employment opportunities in hotels, restaurants, and construction; many are subjected to sex trafficking. Authorities occasionally assisted traffickers in crossing international borders, and some South Sudanese officials purchased sex from child trafficking victims, facilitated child sex trafficking, or protected establishments that exploited victims in the sex trade..”
Human evil.. Is it this bad in Juba: do you see lots of prostitutes on the streets of Juba every day? How young are some of them, and your estranged wife.. is she still prostituting in hotels.. and what is her reasons to prostitute?
anitaJuly 26, 2020 at 11:41 am #362777
It is absolutely terrible here. The prostitution has gone beyond the government control. As I replied this message of yours it’s 9:20pm and young adults are selling themselves at the road side at night. Some people are extremely disheartened by the lack of money and other are doing it in order to gain popularity from the government officials.
However, some of they most beautiful girls /single mothers are also doing it such that the get good money to open up Bontique as their own to brag to theirs ex man. Like my estranged wife who is trying hardly to get money from others men who loots government resources just for their beneficial. Anita, juba is a hell place to be. It is only God to help us to give u a wife material but majority of them are spoiled.
They are doing it in order to makes theirs respective mothers happy that my daughter is getting money and they are not lacking anything for your information.
Yes they are very young girls and mostly 98% are married girls who destroyed theirs houses like my estranged wife.
Our Government has been brought down by they politician who just need to destroy someone’s house and president imagine.
The young talented musician from northwestern from Tonj called SLATE NATION sang a very beautiful song from Australia last month called “inu gang” with president Kiir,,,, he was interviewed on Thursday by advance radio why did he sang this beautiful song. Look it up there it is trending on media and this boy has been called by president Kiir to visit him to juba.
The boy sang the song because of prostitution that is going on rampantly and the looting of government materials.
GregoryJuly 26, 2020 at 5:14 pm #362791
I am very sad that this is the situation in Juba, that some of the girls/ women are prostitutes because they really do lack money for necessities, and others- because they want to open Boutiques or make their mothers happy- like your estranged wife. What I read earlier today and from what you shared, it is a terrible situation. A situation which is made possible by corrupt politicians and .. corrupt individuals who are interested in the prostitution and those who participate in it personally- shame on them all, oh, how I wish such corruption and evil did not exist!
I will google the song you mentioned tomorrow, when I am back to the computer, in about 14 hours from now, and will be back to your thread. Good to read from you, Gregory. I am glad that you are a good man.
anitaJuly 26, 2020 at 5:56 pm #362794
Good afternoon there!
Its 03:46a.m as I replied you now because your message alert me when I was reading in my room. I really don’t know what we shall do as a young men in South Sudan. Majority of the people have the intention of sleeping with the beautiful girls /women,,,, which make it difficult for a girl to listen to their parents again because she has got power of getting money somewhere.
We have a dream of changing things in South Sudan. But mostly since things are still tie up made my estranged wife that I will not get a good money which is wrong.
I’m confident enough that very soon I will build my own house.
As you what do you think can be the best solution to this mess up?
U google the song of slate nation when u get time from your work.
Thanks for the nice compliment I’m always please your nice words.
Gregory.July 27, 2020 at 9:33 am #362864
Wikipedia says that Ngot Peter Mou Athuai, known as Slate Nation, is a songwriter and artist. He was born in Thiet, a suburb of Tonj State in South Sudan. He lives in Australia, if I understand correctly.
I watched “Dinka Culture music video by Slate Nation”- I enjoyed the music, and was very impressed by the physical beauty and energy of the young people in the video. I also watched “INU- Slate Nation Ft. H.E President Salva Kiir Mayagdit”- a dance video that was premiered July 11, 2020 (only 16 days ago), and I very much enjoyed the dancing, the thought that went through my mind as I watched the performers was: wow, what beautiful people they are!
I didn’t understand the words other than “We need peace”, said in English. I found a video with the lyrics, but not in English. “Tokh ier keh ciem, Ku Yin maan keh loi” is one of the lines. This must be the Dinka language, spoken by the Dinka people, the major ethnic group of South Sudan. I wish I understood the words.
“Majority of the people have the intention of sleeping with the beautiful girls/ women.. which makes it difficult for a girl to listen to her parents because she has got power of getting money somewhere”- it is sad that these beautiful women (and they are!) sell their bodies for sex, and that men buy the use of their bodies. It is degrading to the women and their customers are selfish and cruel. And it is very sad, that this activity spreads Aids in Juba/ South Sudan.
“We have a dream of changing things in South Sudan”- I sure hope that things will change for the better.
“what do you think can be the best solution to this mess up?”- do you mean, the best solution to the mess up with your estranged wife?
If so, you shared that she is pretty much a bad person, and so is her mother, and the two make an evil team. As such, I imagine best for you to divorce her and to have nothing to do with her and with her mother, like I suggested before.
anitaAugust 7, 2020 at 6:15 am #364044
It has been sometimes without being in touch . I was occupied with so much thing.
Yeah I’m going to work on what you suggested with me. Besides, my estranged wife’s mother had lost her immediated uncle,,, brother to her father passed away last week.
She is again mourning now…. The late uncle curse her and said if you don’t correct yourself from being a bad woman,,,, and destroying somebody’s daughter you will also follow me sooner.
Thanks for the work you had been doing to stand up with me as a team. I love your strong heart.
God bless you.