Wednesday, 22 August 2012


Nothing is more common on earth than to deceive and be deceived.

Infuriated with fear and mere disappointment, a friend engaged in an unprecedented newly wedded tug of war with his known to many friends, a decent and good nurtured wife, just because he was informed about the wife's conception of a baby.

A duty dodged is like a debt unpaid; it is only deferred, and we must come back and settle the account at last.

Such a trivial situation blazing into much ado about nothing, nothing being why young men pick up Parkinson's within their over actively pack of balls just to concede responsibility for the simple few proactive words, "I am pregnant". The moronic ones usually ask, "How come?", oh yes, by sending their multitalented hard rockabilly billy deep into space, init?

Do something every day that you don't want to do. This is the golden rule for acquiring the habit of doing your duty without pain.

This friend, through shock became aggressive and felt more provoked as his wife ran behind him, blaming him for the unwanted pregnancy. The truth about their misfortune opportunity was when they engaged themselves unrelentingly before marriage and regretfully, perhaps on the path of two naive and traditionally inclined lovers, they made love during her period. He realised the idea of practical freedom in this modern world but his sweetheart won't forgive him and found herself in the thought of serving a punishment of pregnancy, a couple of days after her due period ceased to flow.

How can we know ourselves? Never by reflection, but only through action. Begin at once to do your duty and immediately you will know what is inside you.

The inexperience husband spoke to friends and family, then eminently resorted to the predictable assumption that a woman does not concede during her period. He then concluded by elusively shifting the guilt in calling her a cheat, unfaithful. He aggressively demanded the truth from her, consequently pushing her into a wall. Unfortunately, Romeo and Juliet turned sour, she transpired through shock and numbness, lo and behold, she felt an infrequent familiar irrigation through her womanhood and when she was saturated on the flow, both stared at each other guiltily disappointed with blissfully relieved emotions.

When one has come to accept a certain course as duty he has a pleasant sense of relief and of lifted responsibility, even if the course involves pain and renunciation. It is like obedience to some external authority; any clear way, though it lead to death, is mentally preferable to the tangle of uncertainty.

In the 1970s there was an after-school special on TV where two girls were talking about whether you could get pregnant from kissing a boy while wearing a wet bathing suit. That definitely isn’t true, but the answer to this scenario is a little more complicated.

The basic answer is yes, you can.
First, not all bleeding is a real period. Sometimes a woman can have spotting during ovulation and that would be a very easy time to get pregnant.

Also, if a woman has a short menstrual cycle (about twenty-one days), then she could be ovulating on day seven of her cycle. This would be the seventh day from the first day of her period, and if her period lasts seven days, then it is possible that her period is ending just as she is ovulating.

Confusing? It is definitely easier to practice safe sex. But carry on to tango at any such period of Time. True love means two seeds grow separately until they join in Matrimony forever.