That ecstasy, that heightened sensual feeling that comes with sex must definitely be from paradise. So sensual and amazing it makes many of us want to jump into every opportunity of having sex.
But really, do you know it’s not everyone you come across that you must lay?
Ever even asked yourself why a stranger or someone you’re barely close to would allow you have sex with them?
Sure, they might just be the other side of you who badly wants to have sex, but what if there’s just more to it? Something that’ll get your poor ass regretting later?
You become part of who you have sex with and that person becomes part of you too.
That sounds weird?
It’s as simple as why you can contract a Sexaully Trasmitted Disease (STD), say HIV, from a sex partner. Or more crazy, why you can get hit by good luck or bad luck after having sex with a particular person.
Ever even heard sex is somewhat spiritual too?
I won’t really go into that though ‘cos I’m not all that a spiritual person too but I’ll still brush through it.
1 Corinthians 6:16-18 says:
” 16 Do you not know that whoever is united to a prostitute becomes one body with her? For it is said, “The two shall be one flesh.” 17 But anyone united to the Lord becomes one spirit with him. 18 Shun fornication! Every sin that a person commits is outside the body; but the fornicator sins against the body itself.”
The Bible has said it all, hasn’t it? When you have sex with someone, you two become one. You now carry part of the other. Just imagine that person has no ounce of goodluck in their being, you’re partly doomed too!
Let’s snap out of the spiritual whatever, there are many more sensible and scientific reasons you shouldn’t have sex with just anyone.
STD’s are part, and there are loads of them — Syphilis, Genital herpes, Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, HIV and AIDS, Human papillomavirus infection, and more you and I don’t even know yet.
From a sensible view, you also don’t want to have sex with people you really shouldn’t, say your house help, your pastor’s cook, or your best friend’s partner.
Next time you’re having a sexual attraction to someone or on the verge of it, ask yourself a few questions.
Is this person someone I really should be thinking of laying?
Am I sure I won’t contract any dangerous disease from this person?
Am I aware of their overall health conditions?
What if this person will bring me loads of bad lucks?
Sex can lift you from cloud 0 to cloud 9, but it’s also the fastest way to ground 0, maybe even 6 feet under the ground. So, next time you want to have sex with anyone, be careful with it.
Be careful who you have sex with!