Emiliya Ahmadova Quotes
“Gossipers are two faced people that you should avoid.
Filled with jealousy they can talk behind like a troll.
Like awkward fools they smile in your face.
But laugh at you behind your back like monkeys in the zoo.
Their lives are so shallow and hearts rotten as eggs.
They have nothing else to do other than discussing you.
If they look at own flaws they might gain some sense.
Let me tell you one thing what goes around comes back.
Find something better to do and change.”
“51 You pray to statues representing many Gods and offer sacrifices to them as well as keeping animal as something sacred. How can you enter paradise if you are constantly fooled by Satan and worshiping him? There is only One God that you must worship but you have forsaken Him. Animals are his creation. A cow cannot be worshiped or treated like God.”
“52 Fool is searching for answers or a meaning of the life in wrong places and keep jumping from one religion to next. He feels as if something is missing. He turns to yoga, meditation, witchcraft, astrology, hypnosis or fortune tellers looking for solution. However, the answers that he finds come from Satan. With the wrong choices, his soul becomes a prisoner of demonic forces. Slowly he starts experiencing strange occurrences unaware that they come from dark side that settled deep down in his soul. He has built a bond with evil forces! Is it late for him? Who can save him now other than God?”
“Because many around us seem to encounter only abuse, they cry out for help as tears roll down their face. Instead of shunning them, you really ought to step in to assist. Why then read this book? Pick it up because it represents a strong voice against all forms of abuse: marital, parental, spousal, physical, and sexual (if not others). Read it with an aim for scrutiny and then draft a review about how it might just touch upon your own experiences. At that point, do the right thing by dropping it off at a safe haven and shelter for victims of domestic abuse or any other form of abuse. You might thereby offer someone encouragement and hope.”
“3. The younger generation should listen to their elders, who have lived long enough to gain the wisdom, common sense, and knowledge that the younger lack.
4. Money does not constitute everything, even though it makes life easier. It may give you a huge house or an expensive car, but does it give you peace of mind, joy, or happiness? Can you buy love, friends, or respect?”