Women, beware of enemies parading as friends

Your enemy is not your friend no matter the name you call them. Some people worm their way into your life not because they love you but because they want to know things that they can use against you in future.

These people are the ones who will be smiling and laughing with you while envy is eating up their hearts and intestines.

They are the ones who will go behind to befriend people who dislike you, cheer them on and even join in calling you names.

Their ambition is to bring you down. They are so focused on your life that you have become a god to them. But their aim is to destroy you and everything you stand for.

They are just bidding their time and you think they are your friends. They just want to win your trust so they can ruin your life.

Pay attention to people you allow into your life. Just because they appear good doesn’t mean their intentions are good.

These people are masters of pretence. They know how to cover their tracks. Watch what you say especially to those who want to know everything about you.

They can’t wait to use all the info they get against you. Just fight with them and the world will hear your life story.

You will be surprised what you will hear about yourself when you fall out with them.

You claim someone is your friend, yet you are wishing them evil. You smile at them before their face but kill them in your heart.

You profess love for them in public and private, yet you are stabbing them in the back with your wicked thoughts.

You don’t celebrate your so called friend when they win. You don’t support them when it matters most. You rejoice when they lose.

You go about befriending people who hate your friend and watch them tear your friend to pieces. It makes you high when your friend stumbles.

You won’t even celebrate someone you call your friend on their birthday, yet when they die, you rush to Facebook to put up hypocritical post.

You start shedding crocodile tears to fool others. You start claiming you spoke with them three days before they died. Who asked you?



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