The Serpent In the Pocket
The author creates a world that will absorb readers and make them realise that:
1. The love of money can force people to commit all sorts of evil which, in turn, plunges them into misery.
2. Cheating wrecks a marriage and other relationships.
3. God will never forsake those who serve him faithfully.
4. Whatever we do lays a seed in our deepest consciousness, and one day that seed will grow.
5. The most beautiful thing about a person isn’t looks; looks will fade and can be deceiving, but true beauty is found in the heart and soul.
6. There is great exploitation of female job-seekers by male bosses in the job market, where women find themselves being forced to offer their bodies to their bosses in exchange for a job or promotional post, which, in turn, wrecks families, turning children into orphans as both parents are exposed to death which might be caused by sexually transmitted diseases or plotting against each other for the sake of enjoying new love. Service delivery in both the government and private sectors will always remain an illusion if we continue to accommodate managers who do not hire people on the basis of their skills but rather for sexual gratification.
7. People reap what they sow.