on a staircase in frankfurt, german financial centre.
a habesha lady in company of two brothers; one of them, a rastafarian, is carrying a beautiful young girl in his arms.
the habesha lady grabs into the girl's ***** blonde hair, saying: "her hair looks so good."
by the sound of her voice, i sense clearly that she has been on strong drugs excessively.
what will be her fate?
and, more importantly, was this girl her daughter?
(Habesha is a term to describe, roughly, people of Eritrean and Ethiopan descent.)
Keep in mind that strong drugs haven't been part of our cultures for long, while the traditions of Christian, Jewish, Islamic, Hindu and Buddhist religion have been established for centuries.
And religion is a source of hope, strength and belongingness for many.
But often, faith by itself is not sufficient to keep addicts clean.
That's why the message has to be spread:
THEY ARE GOING TO HELP EVERY ADDICT:
IT'S UNPREJUDICED AND FOR FREE.
WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?
Today is a good day. https://hellopoetry.com/poem/3450342/people-and-religion/