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The reason mhiko dzekuromba includes weird rituals is to bind munhu anenge achida hupfumi (kana kuita mbinga) to an ironclad spiritual contract so much that they eventually become a puppet.

This is why kuromba is just a trap that some people don't foresee or maybe they do but could care less. For example, dzimwe mhiko might require the ritualist to only take a dump outside of his house e.g., musango. Even though munhu iyeye has a beautiful house with an en suite.

Dzimwe mhiko can also require the ritualist not to attend funerals, and weddings (therefore that obviously means they can't get married) and the list goes on and on depending on the agreed-upon terms.

Queen

grand master
The reason mhiko dzekuromba includes weird rituals is to bind munhu anenge achida hupfumi (kana kuita mbinga) to an ironclad spiritual contract so much that they eventually become a puppet.

This is why kuromba is just a trap that some people don't foresee or maybe they do but could care less. For example, dzimwe mhiko might require the ritualist to only take a dump outside of his house e.g., musango. Even though munhu iyeye has a beautiful house with an en suite.

Dzimwe mhiko can also require the ritualist not to attend funerals, and weddings (therefore that obviously means they can't get married) and the list goes on and on depending on the agreed-upon terms.
 
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Black Panther

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The point of having to fulfill difficult tasks like what @Queen said is to make sure the ritualist disassociates themself with this world but becomes part of the other side.

Think about it, material things are nothing to spirits because spirits can manipulate the physical world with relative ease. An example is vanhu vaya vanoita mari zvisinga nzwisisike.

It's not like it's them doing the hard work though. Inenge yabva kupi mari iyoyo yet munhu wacho doesn't even have capital kana pekutangira.

In addition, type dzevanhu ivava they are so evasive kupfuura vanhu vanoita mari ne corruption.

At least vanhu who make mari through corruption they do respond to some questions here and there but ava vekuromba, nikisi.
 

Borrowdale Barron

grand master
Pressure yevanhu vanoromba inobva kupi chaiko? Is it social media in modern times?

For broke people one could say well they wanna get rich but for someone who has got somewhere pekutangira I don't get it hangu.
 
Pressure yevanhu vanoromba inobva kupi chaiko? Is it social media in modern times?

For broke people one could say well they wanna get rich but for someone who has got somewhere pekutangira I don't get it hangu.
For most people, the pressure comes from external expectations and not internal goals.

If you can manage external pressure, you should be able to focus on your purpose on your own tempo.

The moral of the story is to avoid outside noise. It's never beneficial in the long run.

For instance, just because people your age are doing this and that whilst you are still on the come up doesn't mean you should now all of a sudden take extreme measures to compete with them.
 

Shamiso

initiate
There is no such thing as free lunch! Vanhu always have a habit to underestimate this statement though.

And why should people vanoda kuita mari nemishonga expect to have an easy life through and through.

There is always a catch-22 situation munezvese nezvekuita nekubata mishonga yemari?
 

Numero Uno

grand master
Mhiko yemari inopengesa kupfura mbatutu kana mbanje.

Ndosaka muchizoona rimwe boyz retonazi richiita too much bvepfepfe, kubhabhauka kusina akamboona because they know the clock is constantly ticking.

If you don't spend mari iyoyo uchinakirwa nemabhebhi eTonaz then mangwana chaiye you might soon realize you are only left with a few days before wave chitunha!
 

Numero Uno

grand master
Is it possible for munhu anenge achida kuromba to decide what type of mhiko yaanoda because mhiko iyo yekuti you can't use rest room yemumba ma1? :LOL:

Amana gaya everyday musango, what about toilet paper? :unsure:
No, you don't get to choose or change mhiko panyaya dzekuromba.

Asi kuti you get told iyi ndo yave mhiko yako kubva nhasi.

Your only option is to accept your new life and forget about your old life otherwise unofa quick-quick.

Hazvina ma reverse dhiri zvekuromba. Kana wazvida zvinoreva wazvipira. If munhu you don't like to live like that then usazvitanga, periodt.
 
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Musorowegomo

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God doesn't give riches. You have to go out there and grind for it. God gives lives, not riches.

Maybe God doesn't directly give riches, but nevertheless, God is the origin of wealth, he gives the power to make wealth. Deuteronomy 8:18 states: "But remember the Lord your God, for it is he who gives you the ability to produce wealth, and so confirms his covenant, which he swore to your ancestors, as it is today." The verse is reminding the Israelites that Jehovah Almighty is the one who has blessed them with prosperity and reminds them to give thanks and acknowledge that it is through Jehovah's blessings that they have been successful.
 
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Ruramai

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Riches are not a reward for being religious. It is a reward for hard or smart work. You can be religious or even godly and still die poor if you're lazy.

Why is comprehension so difficult. Can you show me one single person who does absolutely nothing and somehow money just fell on their laps from heaven?
 
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