Starting a Relationship under False Pretenses

Written by Ellen J. Barrier

To start a relationship under false pretenses, will open a pathway for trouble.
It is like building a house upon a weak foundation. It cannot withstand the storms.
A relationship that is built upon lies and secrets cannot survive.

The truth will certainly be revealed. As much as those who want to keep their secrets hidden, believe they are; the cover is going to come off. What goes on in the dark eventually have the light shone upon it. Therefore, when the truth is revealed, disappointments will occur.

Honesty is always the best policy between two people when starting a relationship. If there is any unpleasant things that have happen in the individuals past, it should be carefully explained. If a relationship begin with lies and secrets, it will continue to become weaken and will lead to unhappiness. Such behavior will destroy a relationship.

Sometimes the things that we do, can seem to be the right thing, at that particular time; but they can be a wrongful judgment made, that will be regrettable.

"How can this be wrong, when it feels so right?" Priscilla Emerson
From the novel: The Price We Must Pay For Our Father's Sins

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Dominant and Recessive Genes and Genotypes: (Genetics)

These beautiful twins have the same mother and father
The story regarding their features was in a news report. The proud parents are a mixed race couple.
The information regarding the conception of twins is listed below:

The conception for giving birth to twins occurs after two eggs become fertilized at the same time in the mother’s uterus. Skin color is believed to be determined by as many as seven different genes working together.

If a woman is of mixed race, her eggs will usually contain a mixture of genes coding for both black and white skin. Similarly, a man of mixed race will have a variety of different genes in his sperm. When these eggs and sperm come together, they will create a baby of mixed race, according to a research team.

Occasionally, the egg or sperm might contain genes coding for one skin color. If both the egg and sperm contain all white genes, the baby will be white. And if both contain just the versions necessary for black skin, the baby will be black, based on a research team finding.

For a mixed-race couple, the odds of either of these scenarios is said to be around 100 to one chances.   Both scenarios can occur at the same time, if the woman conceives non-identical twins. This is also, said to be a 100 to one chance. This involves two eggs being fertilized by two sperms simultaneous; this also, is another 100 to one chance, according to a research.

Who can understand God’s amazing work? His gifts to parents are their children. God bless these parents, who accept their beautiful daughters; with a love that all parents should have for their children.

Written by Ellen J. Barrier

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