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|The Company You Keep by Tobyarab(m): 1:17pm On Jul 08, 2018|
I just read news about a couple who were killed in a power bike crash. power bikes don't kill, it's the user that determines it's fate. A few days ago, a tragic news about Corper who was shot dead in Abuja was viral. it's a pity. But news had it that the policeman shot into the car when the driver sped past the checkpoint and unfortunately, the bullet hit the lady.
In these two scenarios above, the death of the passengers were caused by the company they kept. first case, if the bike rider was more cautious in moving, there wouldn't be an accident. second case, we all know there is a likelihood for police to shoot at your car if you drive through a checkpoint, yet the stupid driver still drove through leading to the lady's death.
Imagine you have a quick tempered roommate in school and the person goes all out and challenges a deadly cultist while at school. when they track him down to his house, you will also share in the heat they will bring.
It also happens in relationships, you have a girlfriend who has a foul mouth, good at insulting people and someday she insults the wrong person,she gets beaten up. she comes to you for help, as the man, you wanna defend your woman and you decide to retaliate.that move might be your undoing
In this life, we should be careful of the people we hang with. don't hang with rash people. don't hang with people who make irrational judgements and finally, don't hang with quick tempered people. Their behavior can be your undoing. Sometimes good people are swallowed up by evil because they are not discerning enough to know when to cut off some people from their lives.
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