Have you ever been a victim of gossip? Gossip is one of those crimes many people are ashamed 
to admit being a victim of. Why? Because when people gossip about us, we have a tendency to 
think that it’s our fault. Oftentimes, we think if we were friendlier, more relatable, or 
generous maybe others wouldn’t gossip about us. Well, friends, I’ve got news for you. The 
gossip that someone spreads about you has nothing to do with you. You could be the most 
generous, the friendliest, relatable person on earth, the person who gossips about you would 
still do it. It’s not about the one who is gossipped about, but the gossiper. “Evil speaking 
is a twofold curse, falling more heavily upon the speaker than upon the hearer. He who scatters 
the seeds of dissension and strife reaps in his own soul the deadly fruits. How miserable is 
the talebearer, the surmiser of evil! He is a stranger to true happiness” (5T 176.2). The 
gossiper is in need of God-sip. At the root of gossip is spiritual delinquency expressed in 
lashing out at others behind their backs. Spirit of prophecy has lots to say about gossip. 
These quotes in this link should shed more light on the issue: 

Hi, my name is Nicole Benoit-Roy. I am a graduate student at Andrews University, pursuing a doctorate in Educational Leadership. The topic of my dissertation is on finding a solution to the gossip that plagues early childhood programs, leaving staff, faculty, and parents frustrated while the students are left to suffer the consequences of academic delays due to disrespect for their educators. Children do not learn from people they don’t respect. Spirit of Prophecy states:

[Educators] can do much to discourage that evil habit, the curse of the community, the neighborhood, and the home–the habit of backbiting, gossip, and ungenerous criticism. In this, no pains should be spared. Impress upon the students the fact that this habit reveals a lack of culture and refinement and of true goodness of heart; it unfits one both for the society of the truly cultured and refined in this world and for association with the holy ones of heaven. {Ed 235.3}

As part of finding a solution to help God’s people nip this bad habit at its root, I have created the HUSTLEEFUSLL Kit. This program is designed to assist Christians or anyone who believes in the Almighty God who created the heavens and the earth in building Spiritual Wealth. God is Love. A sip of God’s love should instill in our hearts true love for Him and our fellow man. A deficiency in love for God and our fellow man spawns in the heart the desire to destroy others even with our tongue. “Let the children, and the youth as well, learn what God says” about the tongue: “Death and life are in the power of the tongue” (Proverbs 18:21). {Ed 235.4, 5}.


Your choice to pay it forward funds The HUSTLEEFUSLL Kit and keeps the program free for users around the world.

Our goal? To introduce to 1 billion people the roadmap to authentically love our fellow man.  This requires a new heart and mindset, so we’re inspired by Mathew 6:33, “Seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness.”

$18 thousand for the production of The HUSTLEEFUSLL Kit. One billion people, including the visually and hearing impaired in every country in the world, in at least 100 languages. 

This requires a new heart.

In The HUSTLEEFUSLL Kit, we’re creating an app that will send daily and weekly reminders to help 1 billion people stay connected to God and show love to their fellow man.

We’ll bring our willing hearts, you bring yours by paying it forward and spreading the word, and together we’ll watch God change hearts and minds.

Building spiritual wealth