Opting for betrayal

Sadly many people will opt for naivete or ignorance as it pertains to history.


Curiously enough, people wear it like a badge of honor, instead of the rancid stain of intellectual slothfulness that it is.

Instead of crossing the stream…

From what we “think” we know to take on something that might run counter to “it” doesn’t have to be equated with betrayal, it could be growth or something greater; the betrayal of ignorance.



  1. Soraya Rosaria says:

    HelLo friend! Long time no see. It’s Lisette by the way. Changed my site address and picture but topic remains the same… Teaching on hearing God’s voice. Blessings.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. shunpwrites says:

      Hey Lisette! Good to see you back in the friendly confines!

      Liked by 1 person

      1. Soraya Rosaria says:

        Yes…. I am sure I will run into your posts again.


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