Things that stay in out Minds

Dear Readers,

I had a flash back when I was a teen about 13 or 14 my father told me the story of creation. His version came from  the book of Genesis. I remember him telling  me that in order for  Gods  creation of the Garden of Eden complete, he ( God) fashioned a man ( Adam) to rule over the Garden of Eden. After a few days God saw that Adam was lonely. He ( God) realized that a man being alone is not ” a good thing.” So, God made a woman ( Eve) to be Adams ” help Mate”  yes, these are the words my father used ” Help Mate, ” not wife, spouse, ball and chain, better half, the little Ms, or any other label society places upon a woman to describe her relationship with a man.

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Anyway, I digress, getting back to the point of ” It’s not good for a man to be alone.” So, here we are in the 21 Century and Bachelorhood is celebrated like a rite of passage, among men who deem themselves lucky not to have been caught in the marriage trap. It seems that with the passing of time a man being alone is a good thing. Today’s modern man do not see women  as an equal partner, but as a nag, an inconvenience or a convenience and a burden.

Most men run when women whisper the words, committed relationship, commitment or marriage. To men the idea of spending  their God given  life with one woman freaks then out because it means being monogamous. Wait a minute wasn’t this Gods intentions? One man to one woman, so that no one would be alone. There are plenty of women who desire to be a ” help mate” than men who wish to oblige them. Wow! And God created then first. Hmmmmm…

What say you?

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One comment

  1. Mike Roach Jr

    The very interesting topic however the big or should I say the major point that is lacking in this argument what point of view is the difference in opinion we that live by faith understand the beauty and connection and an honorable sight before God is what marriage is can you have those who don’t live by faith have their point of view of what marriage is it’s just a matter of what side of the fence the point of view is coming from

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