Life goes on Lorca!

HARARE - Once again I find myself embroiled deeply in something too peripheral to my own problems and worries but as part of my profitable consultancy business I at times render advice for free.

I can’t stand aloof and gaze whilst innocent souls are in anguish. Whatever semantics and Shakespearean syntax that have been knitted to discredit that you were customarily married to our Prime Minister, I for one still stand by your side that you were indeed married to our leader of government.

Whatever the case; May genuine brothers and sisters who know much about tenets of Ubuntu challenge me that this sister of mine was never married to the PM!

However, this is not my business to devote much of my energy on. I am about to do what many have failed to do either because they are afraid to tell you or they are enjoying your agony or simply that they can’t provide any assistance.

One thing for sure my sister, though painful to accept is that life goes on.

I for one surely believe that it is meaningless for you to rush to the courts to settle bedroom affairs.

Of all the channels my dearest sister this one of rushing to the courts was an offside.

I don’t subscribe to the idea of rushing to the courts to settle my bedroom affairs, never ever.

Your quite diplomacy has worked over the unfolding months but suddenly it appears someone has woke you from a deep slumber to try but in vain the last run for your love.

But my question is for what purpose really?

Suppose the courts rule in your favour, what makes you think your beloved “husband” whom you love so much will return to you?

You have a right of course to legitimately challenge the goings-on to someone who parted nearly a whooping $40 000 for you as bride price. But you need to forgive and forget because life goes on.

Imagine coming from Chishanu Chemadzimai with other women (Friday church service for women), giving heaps of praise to the Lord saying, “Askana I want to thank God’s grace, had it not been for the courts of this land I could have lost my husband to someone else.”

It’s all about the wedding I guess and this wedding was surely your last card but my free advice to you is to just let it go; the damage has already been done.

As a firm believer in Christianity I truly believe in the concept of predetermination.

Everyday and every step we make on this wretched earth is something that has been planned by divine will.

Zvakanyorwa hazvidariki machewe, (What has been predetermined can’t be overturned.)

It’s ironic but need sharp reflexes to focus on. Have you ever realised that the love triangle you have been engaged in is coupled with connections to previous failed relationships?

Elizabeth Macheka, whom I presume is your number one nemesis, had her husband’s life terminated in a car accident.

Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai’s much respected wife Susan, had her life again terminated by a horrific car crush — What a perfect match for the two! Your previous marriage too had its own sad episodes that ended with a divorce.

I am sure your former husband Ben Muchedzi has moved on with life and you need to emulate him too, just let it go and move on with your life.

Of all the things in life one thing you should jealously safeguard is reputation. There is always a future to look forward to.

Imagine how you will be remembered in history. Allegations are already looming that there is an under hand to all this.

Had it been your daughter in this mess how best would you have advised her? I am sure of all options not to go to the courts. Life goes on.

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