Hypocrisy is not an English system

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Dear Asake,

Tayo’s wife is back from England, and he is unhappy. He has to resume domestic duties. He has to stop drinking and start excessive petting. Silence of the past weeks has been replaced by nagging anger of the present days. Piercing. Creative processes have been stifled; he has to stop writing and start listening to her.

Her belly is full of tales. Tales of what is right, wrong and almost wrong about the English system. Of the corruption that pervades personal lives, and the hypocrisy on which many families survive. Now, I am scared. I am scared of what went wrong while she was away. The images of your moments together are still vivid. He felt young again, human! You always listened to him and it was quite warming that there are ladies who still believe that men do have something to say too; that we have hurts, pasts and feelings that must be heard. But his wife is insensitive.

Thank God tomorrow is Sunday, he will be saying. Tayo would put on his suit and tie talking about God’s love and forgiveness on the pulpit. And on Monday, he comes back to collapse into your arms.

Hypocrisy is not an English system, it is a personal vice. For how long will you indulge a brother in sin? Save him! Save your soul!

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Summary Hypocrisy is not an English system, it is a personal vice. For how long will you indulge a brother in sin? Save him! Save your soul!

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About The Author

Oluwaseun Abimbola

This article is A unique volume in the Dear Asake Series. Asake is a Figurative Name for The Beloved, and you are one! Oluwaseun Abimbola is the pen behind the Dear Asake Series. He is a prolific writer with a background in English Studies. He loves to meet you. You can contact him via his email: sabimson@gmail.com. He also keeps a personal blog at www.sabimson.wordpress.com

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