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    'No Evil Oil' Really?


    It's really ridiculous what people do to get people's attention. Why make up things to get someone to listen or to believe in something?

    In this case, religion or the one that is preaching it. I mean, "No evil oil" that change people's lives and get them rich or disease free is in my opinion RIDICULOUS.

    I watched this on TV and just had to voice my opinion about all these "miracle" products that come in a bottle. Miracles happens just not out of a bottle. The "No evil oil" is free but does not work without instructions. So what is the instructions that makes it work or be used in the right way? Does people really believe these things?

    People all around the world are going through hardship and go through all sort of problems. When having a weak point in your life you might fall into the hands of people that promises and guarantees miracles. That's right, people that "feeds" of the weak.

    Giving people hope is great but when people realize it's a lie it could be devastating and it could cause more damage than good.

    It's all lies and scams, stay away from it and if you are having problems and need help don't look for it inside a bottle.


    "He who loses money, loses much; He who loses a friend, loses much more; He who loses faith, loses all."


    Eleanor Roosevelt


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