Review on Noise of the Market, Adebukola Ayodele-Alamu, 2013

This is the description of my third and most recent publication, Noise of the Market, written and published on Amazon (E-book Kindle Edition) in 2013.

Noise of the Market is a melodramatic work of fiction. This is a tale of love, deception and betrayal. It is the chronicle of three generations of women who at different times pursued different paths, yet simultaneously suffered the same fate, as a wife and mother.

This book is thoughtfully written solely for the purpose and the information it provides on a few of the possible causes of broken homes. While this book gives an instance of early love gone sour, deception and betrayal as its base of this story, there are other possible causes of a broken home; such as onset wrong choice in marriage, neglect and lack of care, sexual abuse, domestic violence, infidelity, irreconcilable difference(s), lack of communication, lack of trust, among others. However, the most prominent ones of this generation are financial issues, cheating spouses/infidelity, jealousy, parental or friends influence, lack of genuine selfless love and time-consuming jobs. This story and its characters and entities are FICTIONAL. Any likeness to actual persons, either living or dead, is strictly coincidental.

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Golden Rule

Do to others what you want done to you

So what if people don’t reciprocate what you do to them, what do you do?

In a marriage, when you have vowed to love in good times and in bad, and your spouse does not reciprocate your love, what do you do?

In a relationship, or not, when you give, do you expect your gift will return to you from same person? If it doesn’t, what do you do?

If all you know how to do is to be nice and considerate towards people, if you don’t get same reaction from people in return, what do you do?

We are not God. Only God can love, give and be faithful unconditionally.

Since we strive to be perfect just as He is perfect, would it be too much to be unconditionally towards one another?

Otherwise, if you give me, love me or are nice to me only because you expect me to do same, pardon me if I don’t reciprocate. I might not have the onus on me at that point to be what you want me to be.

I thought I should share this food for thought.

Good morning all.
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