Sunday, March 24, 2013

Some Women Are Like Mary, While Others Are Like Eve

Mary and Eve

The modern "Eve" won't tolerate any man talking to her in anything but a subservient tone. 

The modern "Mary" balances logic with emotion.

Everyone is equal. All "open-minded" people claim to believe that. 
Because I think that's a fact, I have the ability to write about any topic with the same equality of purpose as anyone else, right?

Radical thoughts have existed in every age. "Progressive" thought, or "Conservative" ideas are both ancient forms of expression.

Mary was someone who is believed to have been pure of heart. She was open to serving others and all of human kind. 

Eve was the opposite. Let's leave it at so that we don't get off-track.

That segment of the gender who trend towards Mary aren't offended by me stating this truth. 

That segment of the gender who trend towards Eve have read every word I've written with emotional condescension at the center of their sexist, arrogant, fully-closed minds. 

Of course there are some women who are a mix of Mary and Eve, just as there are men who are a mix of Jesus and Judas. 

My point today only needs to be made to those who are Eve, or who struggle with trying to get away from that element within their personalities.

To all who are Eve at this moment: This post wasn't written because one of your kind did something against me recently. The misguided thoughts you were having in that direction is why I wrote this piece.  It also isn't a response to every sexist, anti-male piece of nonsense that has been conveyed by anyone throughout human history. 

It's not about someone else, it's about you.

Until you realize how right these digital "Bible verses" are, you will continue to live empty, self-centered lives. 
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Writing my brief eBook was very satisfying. Making it available to the public by publishing it was exciting.  

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