Self-proclaimed religious scholar traveled from Bangkok to Koh Chang to spread her message

Leah Jacob (name changed) says that the doors of a house should always be expensive and luxurious, no matter how tiny or ugly the house from inside is. Leah says that the first impression is the last impression, Leah also emphasizes on using the best possible paint for the house outside.

Leah says that there are several reasons for the same, the first and foremost being that most of the guests and visitors nowadays just disappear from outside, they don’t even bother to come inside the house and the second being, no matter how beautiful the house looks from inside, the first and foremost thing that the guests or visitors notice will be the outside appearance of the house.

Leah is a self-proclaimed scholar of all the Hindu, Jewish, Catholic, Islamic, Sikh and last but not the least – Buddhist texts.

Leah is against eating non-vegetarian food and she is surprised, amazed and shocked (whatever word you want to use) to know that a Buddhist country like Thailand is full of non-vegetarian people. Recently, Leah made a trip from Bangkok to Koh Chang volunteering against the killing of animals for satisfying the hunger of human beings.

Leah’s most favorite animals among the cattle are goats and cows. Leah cries that how can the most advanced creatures on earth aka human beings can slaughter sensitive animals like goats, cows and buffalo. Leah has done an extensive research on cattle and she says that they are as emotional as the human beings when it comes to the love for their children.

Leah is not a feminist but she did her best on the social media to answer the guy who claimed that women feel no penitence about anything and 99% of their emotions are fake. That guy ran away from Twitter and Facebook after Leah and her followers’ replies.