From the very beginning, it was joyously magnificent. To the lovers, she was adorable but to the haters (enemies), she was a prey. This was the fate of Abigail. Every member of the opposite gender wanted to get a taste of her Orange.
How could this pretty good looking, beautifully intellectual be born into this poor and wretched family? ‘How I wish’ often comes with envy but that was God’s compensation to the farmer and petty trader who even in their condition, showed love to other villagers.
Everywhere she went, she was pressured to give in to their demands mostly when financial assistance was in the play. She was a victim of chase by men married and single, raped twice and escaped rape six times.
However, she made up her mind never to give up the struggle for her future, she saw her DESTINY bigger than all her problems…
Abigail accomplished 90% of her goals, putting smiles on the parents faces all thanks to DETERMINATION who God sent to her.
Is it wrong to be beautiful and intelligent in a poor man’s house? Or was this virtues not for all humans?