In part one (1) of the entrapment article, we were talked about the luring and snaring of Albert by the honey trap.
In that article we also highlighted the fact that there will always be ‘Red Flags’ and we should never choose to ignore them regardless of our feelings for the other party.
Sometimes, having sympathy is not worth it when you are dealing with someone without any morals or principals. There is a saying which sums up this situation very appropriately.
“You can always take the girl out of the bar but you can never take the bar out of the girl”.
“Do for me and I will do for you ten times more”.
This is what most of us guys endeavour to do in life for the woman that we love or hold dear to our hearts. It is not being high and mighty. It’s about doing the right things in life.
We as human beings are never perfect. That is why we choose to value and to hold on to what is most dear in our hearts to remind us of the fragility of or soul.
Some of us turn to God and some of us turn to other human beings. In totality, we all need something or someone in our lives. Perhaps this is why the greatest fear for a person is not dying, but the fear of dying alone and having the feeling of being unwanted.
Taken out of context, it can seem that we are trying to be more than who we are. But let me remind you all: Isn’t this what we were all taught when we were young? Honour, friendship and family are all paramount. Isn’t this what life all about?
You may ask what this has got to do with the honey trap? Well...the values and principles between a honey trap and the average Joe are way apart. It’s like trying to mix oil
and water and at the end of the day....what you have is an emulsion, a mixture but never truly mixing.
is what happened with Albert and Gidget. Between a western culture and an Asian culture, there is even a further
wide chasm to cross.
If both parties cannot bridge that chasm than there is no hope in the relationship
ever being able to work.