Aleathea Dupree is the author of Cheer Up Your Wife: A DIY Biblical Guide, a book that provides tools to fix or prevent the problem of an unhappy wife and empowers men to carry out the biblical mandate, "cheer up your wife" (Deuteronomy 24:5).
Her first and middle names are literally translated "truth of God messenger." The meaning captures the essence of who she strives to be as a writer, as a counselor, as a minister and as a person. After the publication of her first book, Though The Vision Tarry: Waiting For My Promised Mate, she founded and became the administrator of Deep Waters, a resource website and interactive forum providing biblical answers to relationship issues. She is a contributing author to the book, 100 Words Of Wisdom, and also a contributing author to the book Voices Of Inspiration. Twenty-five plus years as a biblical counselor has helped to equip her as a writer, but it is her own life experiences that qualify her to employ the tools of truth and transparency to transform lives.
quote source question| Posted March 18, 2017
Never approach a bull from the front
A horse from the rear
Or an idiot from any direction
wonderful quote... wonderful... only a brilliant woman could know that one... excellent... truly remarkable
Trying to research the origin of this. In some searches the author is cited as Kelly Eileen Hake. In some it is Ken Alstead. Others just list it as an "Irish saying"...
As the imposter in the white house quoted the Nigerian poet and attributed it to the people of Ireland... we all know sources matter.
If you could shed any light on the origin of this quote, it would be appreciated.