Mia F. Stubbs

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If You Knew Where Gossip Stemmed From...You Would Stop Th Gossiping!

There is an epidemic sweeping our communities and nation! This epidemic can be lethal to its target!
It's called Gossip!
How do you look at your friends, neighbors, associates or even a stranger? Do you look at them through your eyes, or are you looking at them through the eyes of the one (s) defaming their character?

Looking at someone else through the eyes of another...leaves room for the crack of doubt down the road!

It is not just a Christian matter, but a moral matter!
It takes a real Man or Woman to speak out against gossip, closing their ears or simply walking away to make change!
Which will You choose?

Author: Mia F. Stubbs
Book: 'Stop The Gossiping'

Submitted: Thursday, May 21, 2009
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