Modesty in recent times has been termed ‘old school’.
It is alarming to know that we are in a generation where behaving or dressing decently is termed ‘archaic’.
As a result of this mindset, our generation is suffering. Ladies barely cover their body decently, the whole idea is to look ‘sexy’ and ‘slay’. The young ladies who dress half naked on the street for men to stare at them, what have they achieved? Instead, they have instilled the wrong morals into the younger generation.
As a lady, you have the ability to birth a new generation. When you have kids who look up to you, what example do you have to give? If truly you are addressed the way you are dressed, then it is a call to look modest with every sexual part properly covered.
Modest dressing is important. It can help reduce the rate of sexual immorality among singles and unmarried people. In a society where mothers want to slay and dress half naked in the name of ‘looking good ‘ what do they have to offer the children as regarding morals?
Some dresses we buy are not bad but when the messages they pass are common among unbelievers, then it is wrong to wear them. For instance, a cloth with immoral paintings or write ups does not speak well of a believer. No matter how responsible you think you are, with such dresses you’ll be considered indecent. This implies that, modesty includes the message you pass across with your dresses too.
I put this to you ladies. What do you have to offer your generation? Hot laps and big boobs? (God forbid that this is all you have to offer!)
…Of course every lady is naturally endowed and beautiful but real beauty comes from a loving heart and not from a naked body on the street.
There are various ways to look beautiful and modest. You don’t have to dress half naked. Your body is precious. Cover and protect it. Save the younger generation the pain of moral decadence.
Together, let us build a modest community, void of Indecent dressing.
Let us build a community which embraces sexual purity. Think of how you look before leaving the house.
Written by: Blessing Ojodomo Umah (umahblessing29@gmail)