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Rose a young graduate was searching for a company job She got a teaching appointment but rejected it Teaching she said is a profession that stifles the progress of man Moreover the reward of teachers is in Heaven She was obsessed with the idea of working in a company After two years of unemployment she did not find life easy It was becoming unbearable She could not continue to beg for daily bread It was dehumanizing She could not sell her body for money since she came from a good Christian home It was irritating to her to stay indoors This situation prevailed until she met Jerry Jones an old school mate who promised he would get her a job He gave her an appointment When she came he introduced her to the idea of drug trafficking He told her how wealthy she would be in a short time and that she would finally be laughing at those who were ridiculing her when she had no money At first Rose objected to this proposal Jones put more pressure on her because he feared Rose would expose him She eventually succumbed without thinking of the repercussions of being caught She made the first trip and a it was successful There was plenty of money She did not believe how wealthy she had become She was also successful in her second trip Temptation unlike opportunity will always give one a second chance She did not remember the saying Many days are for the thief but one day for the owner of the house The severe penalty for drug pushing did not deter her She began to live big in accordance with the Epicurean philosophy of Enjoy today for tomorrow you may die Rose was caught in her fifth attempt She would have wisely stopped after her first trip but when a dog wants to die it does not perceive the smell of
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