Jerry Saballus, California

Jerry Saballus is a master of deceit with trails of women all around him. He left his iPad behind one day and when I opened it to backup my pics I found a trail of phone calls, messages, google map address searches, emails to at least four other women who he had been reconnecting with in the past two days. I saw that he had been having hook up’s with women he met at gas stations, on his boat in Redondo, in places I could only imagine, and his time away “working hard and crazy hours” suddenly all became a bad nightmare. He denied all calls and messages to other women, swearing that he had been 100% monogamous, fully faithful, never having s*x with anyone since we had been together– though he wasn’t aware that I was able to see everything on his iPad which was synched to his phone and second iPad which he used during travel. It was a shock to see that he could lie so convincingly to me, without any remorse or guilt, without even skipping a beat. And there was an entire log of months of his calls and contacts. He was clearly a pro, a master of deceit, and no doubt I was not his first victim. I broke up with him immediately and got myself tested for STD’s (he never liked to use condoms). He was a liar in love, and he is no doubt searching again now for another woman to keep decieved at home while he’s out hooking up with all the others during his time away.

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  1. One day, the Buddha accompanied by a large following of monks and nuns were passing through a village. The Buddha chose a large shade tree to sit, offer teaching and rest. Soon the local villagers also gathered to hear him. One was a young man standing apart, watching and scowling. To him it seemed that there were too many people traveling from the city to his village and each had something to sell or teach. Impatient with the bulging crowd he shouted at the Buddha; “Go away! You just want to take advantage of us! You teachers come here to say a few pretty words and then ask for food and money!”
    The Buddha was unruffled by these insults and remained calm while politely requesting the man to come forward.
    The Buddha asked, “Young sir, if you purchased a lovely gift for someone, but that person did not accept it, to whom does the gift then belong?”
    The odd question took the man by surprise and answered; “I guess the gift would still be mine because I was the one who bought it.”
    “Exactly so,” replied the Buddha. “Now you have just cursed me and been angry with me. But if I do not accept your curses, if I do not get insulted and angry in return, these curses will fall back upon you in the same fashion as the gift returning to its owner.”
    Buddha concluded for all to hear, “As a mirror reflects an object, as a still lake reflects the sky, take care that what you speak or act is for good. For goodness will always cast back goodness and harm will always cast back harm.”

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