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Friday, September 17, 2010


Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall. Humpty Dumpty had a great fall.

All the king's horses, and all the king's men, Couldn't put Humpty together again
This rhyme has been used to depict many things in different ways. At one time it was a riddle but now it is just a rhyme. In one frame of reference it could mean irreparable damage. An irreparable damage or injury is, in tort law or equity, "The type of harm which no monetary compensation can cure or put conditions back the way they were...."

It is damage where no amount of money can compensate the harm that is being done, or will be done.

A medium of the subsequent damage is the humping, dumping syndrome which dictates so many lives today.

It not only used in the personal life structure but also in the business world as well. Briefly you have an instigator, and an object to be taken advantage of.

Scams are being used extensively using this method where they involve you by using one of your weaknesses such as; compassion, greed, bargain hunting, get rich quick, romantic needs and a slew of others.

These humpers are expert in this field and quickly take advantage of you.

This humping technique is prevalent in personal relationships where either one or both use the other to attain some level of satisfaction.

In today’s world the word relationship is used as a measure of success as when applied to what was once called “a shack up” situation.

Like humpty while sitting on the wall a moment of satisfaction was enjoyed, but the fallen humpty and the resulting condition was devastation.

These Quasi marriage relationships are meant to be temporary at least on ones part and dumping is just around the corner. The scarcely existent commitment is a moment by moment situation. Whether in business or love, the humping and dumping method is in play and the only defense is less exposure to the danger and the way to do that is to stay off the wall.

There is a high to being on the wall but the only way to go is down.

In Humpty’s case the only thing left was to be scraped up and try to go on. To make the most of what’s left; rehearsing what might have been, only if I hadn’t of.

A closer look will reveal that most everyone has scars and wounds, and has experienced the humping and dumping treatment to one degree or another.

Sadly, for some it has occurred within the church and it is a double blow from which some do not recover. Many are left to deal with distrust of others so severe that they have built a wall around themselves that keeps even GOD out.

You have the power to take your wall down and allow God in! Do it now!

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