You get evicted because instead of paying your rent you buy liquor and drugs.
The letters won't stop ... ‘It is what it is’- What does it mean?
Bishop answer letters …
First, I want to thank you for keeping it real, plain and as you always say, “Cut Throat Clear,” always bringing your message to the point.
On a radio talk show that you were being interviewed on I heard you say that a women that has a man who doesn’t work and not trying to find work, “is not a man but a male." You closed out that sentence by also saying, "no woman should have a man or even an adult living under her roof and not trying to bring something to the table, she can do bad all by herself."
Bishop, my question is, what do you say about a women that doesn’t want her man to work? I know women that are so lonely that they work two and three jobs trying to keep a man under their roof. He gets what he wants, food, a roof over his head, money in his pockets, a car to drive and she gets sex. Now, I don't know if I'm out of place asking you, a Bishop, this question, but as you say, "It is what it is?
Dear Just Asking:
I heard the statement sometime ago that says, "If you see a sucker, lick it." Any women that does what you've just stated is a sucker and believe me many brothers will have no problem licking it like a lolly pop, meaning to take full advantage of her in every way, shape and form. Any women would have it cheaper.
Just to go on the corner work 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and go home if it's all about sex only. So sad! Women like that have low self esteem, low morals and values and “It is what it is.” Next, she's not a women, she's just a female being ruled by her emotions for starters and needs counseling, as well as spiritual guidance. Our bodies are gifts from God and we can't sell what does not belong to us, therefore no women should have to bargain to take care of no man in exchange for all that you've said and asked in your question. That woman is getting laid and played all at the same time, while the brother is having his cake and eating it too.
So sad, but “It is what it is!”
I was evicted from the house I was renting last week and now at the hotel I'm trying to figure out what went wrong again that I keep getting evicted.
My friends say, "It is what it is," that I should stop looking back and move forward, find another place and start fresh, but I know bishop, I need to stop repeating the same madness over and over again. I've been evicted four times in nine months. I get in the place, live above my means, buy liquor and drugs and before you know it I'm being evicted again. I get an SSI check for twelve hundred monthly and when the owner of the rental property sees all that money in my hand, they rent to me.
I respect you Bishop and have been following you for years and just need to know what to do. I have to stop saying, "it is what it is," cause I'm getting tired of unpacking to start packing up my stuff all over again.
You get evicted because instead of paying your rent you buy liquor and drugs. YOU HAVE A PROBLEM! You even told me what you do with your money. Read over what you said to me. You remind me of the Scripture Text in the Book of Proverbs the 26th chapter, the eighteenth verse, "If you answer a silly question, you are just as silly as the person who asked it." I'm going to be silly and answer your question for you, that you have really already answered yourself. LIQUIOR AND DRUGS ARE MORE IMPORTANT TO YOU THAN PAYING YOUR RENT! THAT'S WHY YOU ARE ALWAYS GETTING EVICTED!
Until you start addressing your drug and drinking habits, nothing is going to change. You will continue to move into a place, only to move out. Saying "It is what it is," is an excuse to continue this behavior. You will know when you're really tired, because you'll address the real issues at hand and get some help. "It is what it is."
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