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"I take it back!"
How many times in life does a man or women utter these words? When we say something stupid or hateful, then we often ask for forgiveness and take it back. Sharp and piercing words stick in the mind like a coffee stain on a white shirt - it never totally goes away. If these same words are used regarding the life that a man or woman has lived, is the effect any different? The answer is obvious: Forgiveness may come from an apology, but in life there are no do-overs, only change.
Life starts out hard and remains hard in one way or another for all of us. Even if wealth and power is abundant from the beginning, the mental stress can be devastating. Hard work and determination are essential qualities on the road to success. When our work is finished for the day, hopefully there is time to play, and sometimes the games we play can lead to destruction.
Along the road of life, we should have respect and concern for our fellow human beings' feelings. When morality and decency become strangers to our actions, when we are willing to step on anyone's throat to fulfill our desires, then the road of life can become dangerous, if not deadly. Thankfully, many people are not that ruthless in life.
The journey of such evil debauchery and selfish desire can be experienced in Oriental Treat. If you desire to listen a novel that can keep you wondering where such a woman's life will lead her, a story that you may easily relate to or feel overwhelming sympathy or contempt for her actions, then Oriental Treat is the next novel you should be listening to.