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Some thoughts on women...

  • By: Qwaider

  • On:Friday, November 28, 2008 12:51:52 AM
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    I completely believe that women are better equipped to handle the loss of a husband than men losing their wives. Over the eons men have went and never come back. Be it to some other woman's bed, hunting, war or some other form of testosterone fueled stupidity.. Women appear to have adjusted to the role really well.

    Society is founded on women. If there's no women, there is no society. You can call something an expedition, a journey, an adventure or whatever, but the minute women are involved it becomes a society. Have you ever seen an expedition -naturally- grow or settle? If there's no woman, there is no family, either.

    To settle down, is a term that involves having women. Men can't settle down on their own. A single man in a cave or a hut in some remote location can never settle down. Add a woman to the combination, and most wouldn't mind being stranded on an island all by themselves. I wonder what would happen to Robinson Crusoe had he found a wife.

    Women are tougher than they appear, crueler than commonly known, and carry grudges worse than an elephant hit in the groins.

    Women appear to enjoy drama. Everything is over exaggerated or oversimplified depending on the need to contrast a point or down play it. But I think men are guilty of that most of the time.

    Women are more social than men. They can barge into any conversation, any location, any ambiance and find a place to wedge themselves in. Surprisingly, society expects and accepts that

    Women are trusted more than men. Just by merely looking at their face, they gain trust, access, shelter, help, support ... Men might get some respect, but have to earn everything else

    In a gay relationship, one guy plays the woman's part to actually give the false feeling that there is a woman around. They would be exceedingly soft and feminine. I wonder, why would people play charades if the REAL DEAL is out there and available!

    Any sitting wouldn't be as glamorous without women. Wouldn't be as behaved. No matter how trashy or slutty the sitting is, women still make it better... Somehow! I guess, men behave in the presence of women.

    Women appreciates safety and security over love. At least, later on in life.

    This is not against anyone, not pro anyone ...

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    • jessyz
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    • On: 11/28/2008 10:39:40 AM
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    It is our differences in strengths and weaknesses that makes society work I guess.
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    • marwa
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    • On: 11/28/2008 10:40:03 AM
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    mmmmm there is much 2 say here ... :)
    The main point is -as what u said- : "If there's no women, there is no society" AND "if there is no women there is no family "

    u know what its not about femininity but ALLA made the world in such away 2 make the women able tolerate everything around them how much hard these things were in such a great way ..

    and yes women can large into any conversation in any location easily its just sth we cant explain , RBNA hek 5l2na !!
    ama bnsbeh lltrust fa from my point of view men are more trusted than women bs 6b3an bdoon t3meem :)
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    • kinzi
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    • On: 11/28/2008 11:08:23 AM
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    Pretty right on, Q!

    "Captivating" by Stasi Eldrige, covers this topic as well as I have ever seen.
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    • Qwaider
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    • On: 11/28/2008 11:16:00 AM
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    Never read it, but nw, I'm interested.
    Which part do you find similar to Stasi's?
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    • Suha
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    • On: 11/28/2008 5:40:54 PM
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    I don't know my mom had a pretty hard time after my dad, she took a full year to overcome the loss and get it together.
    but i have always thought that if it was the other way round my dad would have taken much much longer to fully recover so once again you are right qwaider darn it lol...
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    • kinzi
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    • On: 11/29/2008 12:23:35 PM
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    Q, Stasi's take is that God created woman to reflect His beauty in a unique way, and that being through the 'social' and relational gift He has given us to bring out the best in those around us: home, husband, children and society.

    Men's true masculine strength is honed by our feminine strength. Men's capacity to lead and govern (family, company or nation) is made purer and more merciful by our mutual investment. Men's brains are enhanced by our hearts.

    She looks at how feminism has emasculated men, and somehow how the fight to be 'equal' has become a place to say women are superior and destroyed both our abilities at their core. Now we do to men what they used to do to us using the worst of who we are.

    It's a great book! It has encouraged me to be more a more 'beautiful' female soul in a world needing it badly
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