Youths, The Present And Future

Reflecting on my high school memories, I remember clearly, there were those girls who were hotter than the sun.
Every Jim and Jack desired to date them and every girl wanted to be like them.
Being in their presence was a privilege,it made one feel important in that fleeting moment.
They were the “IT” girls
They obtained everything they wanted and desired, because everyone was eating right off their palms.
Sad enough, When you meet them years after high school, you realize that an investment in hotness is the stupid most investment.
They are still hot with sagged breasts,sure, but now their hotness whispers,it no longer screams.
You see such girls enduring life,a haunted look of failure concealed behind the regretful
It’s a sad situation now.
The reality behind banking on hotness to get anywhere is that it is not sustainable.
Hotness might open doors,but it takes more than being hot to stay inside once those doors
are opened. It is also not universal.
What teens see as hot in high school might not be what everyone else regards as
It is all in the eyes of the be holder.
My message is that young girls must be taught to invest in more fruitful
things,knowledge, education,ambition. independence and so on and so forth.
Even if you’re hot,you need to have more than hotness to get far in life, because no revolution was ever won because those who fought for it were hot.
Hot you may be,but you must still work hard,because no-one eats hotness, not even those moral free bunch of young men following you like flies following a rotten fish.

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Ollus Ndhom

Ollus Ndhom is the editorial chief at MuAfrica, a newbie online magazine. He is a self-driven and assertive youth with a belief in the power of words. His hobbies include writing commentaries, composing poems and serving God.

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