Ladies: is his p3ni$ “evil”?

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Ladies: is his p3ni$ “evil”?

“Is his p3ni$ ‘evil’?” Right now, depending upon your point of view, or depending on your past experiences, you may be thinking, “Yes” or “No” or “No more evil than my p@$$y”…

Some ladies may be thinking: “What a stupid question”.

Obviously no man is born with an evil penis*, just as no girl is born with an evil vadge*. Like all babies, you were born innocent and cute, with all of the correct equipment you need to get through your life.

Your equipment is merely a tool which can be used for a multitude of purposes. A (wo)man can rape, or a (wo)man can make love to a partner in incredibly beautiful ways. Your hands that can hit an attacker, can also be used to caress a loved one. Your muscles can be used to oppress someone, or to rescue them from disaster.

In a similar fashion, you could view other non-bodily tools as neutral; able to become “good” or “evil” by the mere intention of the holder.

Electricity can cook your meal or electiricity can kill someone, depending upon how it is used. Water can quench your thirst or water can drown you, depending on how much you ingest. Sunlight can tan your skin or the sun can roast your skin, depending on your exposure. And what about money?

Money Is Not The Root Of All Evil
Money Is The Route To All Freedom

Traditionally, many poorer people were taught by the ancient Christian church that “money is evil” (a completely misquoted text, sometimes still misquoted today). This BS (Belief System) is demonstrably untrue, yet the long-held societal conditioning of it may still affect many people to this day.

Most modern people do not believe the number 13 is, in itself, or of itself, “unlucky”, yet we can still visit modern hotels without a 13th floor or motels that are missing a room 13… This totally unrealistic belief or superstition about the number 13 from the Middle Ages, still affects our daily lives in the 21st century. Thankfully it does not limit us from living a free life, but how about that old money belief?

Richer people or those who were not Christian, were often given the belief that money is a tool, and not evil or good, until it is used.

You can see how the Belief System (BS) propogated by the early church was good for the church (who accumulated vast fortunes at the expense of their flock), but the hypocrisy of a rich clergy glorifying poverty stands obvious for all but the most mindless sheep.

Some traditional or brainwashed Christians may still view the Asian or Jewish encouragement of hard work and accumulation of wealth as a promotion of selfishness – overlooking the Truth of an abundant and loving God/Universe.

In Truth, financial wealth is simply a means to an end. Whilst the early church used to comfort the sick or suffering by saying “their reward will be great in Heaven”, almost nobody falls for that BS anymore (and most religious people are happy to visit doctors).

You can view having abundant wealth in the same way as having abundant health: if I am well, I can help many people; if I am sick, I can’t help anyone, and cannot even help myself.

In Truth, financial wealth/physical health is not simply a means of personal enrichment. Money or vitality is a tool that can be used to fulfill your duty to help others.

The selfish pursuit of money for its own end, is a hollow goal, but the pursuit of the goodness that money can bring is one of your greatest responsibilities and can also be one of your greatest joys.

The more money you have, the more ability you have to positively change the lives of those who are in need. If you are poor and kind, and your friend’s house is burned in a fire, you will remain a good person but have limited ability to help them with what they need. If the same house burns and you are rich, you can give your friend a place to stay or a new home because you have more than enough for yourself and can assist anyone around you who needs it.

Money, like your other equipment, is a tool. Money has no feeling, no voice, and no soul – its choice between good or evil is decided by those who use it.

Though it is not wrong to be poor, the celebration of poverty is mired in selfishness.

If you are poor, you can still save a life, but if you are rich, you can build a hospital and save ten thousand lives.

The poor can do little to help the poor, but the rich can help as many as they are able.

If you are rich, you have the opportunity to do much good, but if you are poor, you are unable to help anyone but yourself.

But what if I don’t have any money right now, how can I be generous and noble? 

Even if you have little, you can still do much. Money is merely paper and numbers that are traded for your time and effort. Therefore if you do not have money, you can still use your time and efforts to help others – positive actions and use of your time or effort are of equivalent value to any charitable cash donations.

The greater your fortune, in health or wealth or time or money, the greater your responsibility to your fellow humans. Those with the greatest power can do the greatest good for the largest number of those who are currently less fortunate.

Takeaway Homework: 

  1. Step up and open your wallet to give money: the amount does not matter, but the consistent daily or weekly habit does. If opened to give, your finances are also open to receive, and “as you send out, it will come back to you”. 
  2. Step up and open your heart and hands to give: your consistent efforts will go out to serve others and in turn, others (or God/Universe) will ultimately serve you in the same (or better) way. 

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*(we are not prudes, just trying to avoid getting too many red flags on Google)

If you have any old limiting (BS) Belief Systems which may be holding you back, (whether from religion, parents, teachers or inherited), do whatever you can to clear them out from your subconscious mind. Consider meditation, hypnotherapy or the “Flick Your Rich Switch Technique” (FYRST®)

Once you have removed any past conditioning or BS, then you are better able to operate in the new abundant paradigm, create better health or wealth, adopt new empowering beliefs, or use affirmations or incantations. This “cleansing of the mind” is as important as cleaning the poison out from the cup before you add your coffee!

For a selection of free wealth creation guided meditation audio MP3’s, visit — no fee, no opt-in, no commitment, just great product. Please pay it forward by sharing on social media and sending your friends to the same place you went, so you can all take up the challenge 🙂


About 24hourwealthcoach

Jeremy Britton is a left-brained business coach who is occasionally in his right mind. He works 24 hours a week, has written a few books on wealth, health and business and is considered a thought leader in several arenas. Find him on the beach, on Facebook or
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