Life Lesson: Don’t Eat Your Vomit

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Life Lesson : I was once in the company of a very sick puppy, and an impatient owner.

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The puppy was ill, and would vomit constantly, even when drinking water.

The puppy would also, eat their own vomit, making them sicker.

life lesson sick brown puppy don't eat your own vomit biden student loans breezideezi spirituality schoolology writing
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This frustrated their owner so much that they began to abuse the dog. All I could do was watch, since I was young and had a phobia of dogs as well as abusers.

Exposure therapy has cured my fear of dogs, abusers are still radioactive waste.

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The Life Lesson

Vomitting is defined by WebMD as “the forcible voluntary or involuntary emptying of stomach contents through the mouth.” To vomit, or expel something, is a symptom of a larger issue. Perhaps, an upset stomach, allergy, or abuse.

To anyone reading this, don’t eat your own vomit.

Don’t consume the things or people that you have expelled, or that have expelled you.

Vengence may be the lord’s” (Romans 12:19), but people are also spiteful and may come back into your life or accept you back just to hurt you.

Likewise, if something is meant to be, there are no interruptions, pauses or separation – except for the better.

Have circumstances changed? Behaviors? Your perspective? Have you grown? Ask yourself these things before moving backwards in any way or waiting for something to come to you.

All the best to you <3,

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3 responses to “Life Lesson: Don’t Eat Your Vomit”

  1. Love it! Love the metaphor! I will take heed to this! Thanks for sharing!!

    1. I was hoping it made sense, thank you so so much 🙂 video soon!

  2. Proverbs 26:11 – “As a dog returns to his own vomit, So a fool repeats his folly.” NKJV

    2 Peter 2:22 – “But it has happened to them according to the true proverb: “A dog returns to his own vomit,” and, “a sow, having washed, to her wallowing in the mire.” NKJV

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