Friday, March 18, 2016

The Danger Of Women Becoming Laptops

In the beginning, God created Eve after He realized Adam needed a “help meet”. It was as if God saw the Adam’s limitations and created a vessel which He embedded the shortcomings of Adam in.
This is how I see it. God made a man and a woman in the form of a PC (Personal Computer) with both dependent on each other. The man is the CPU while the woman is the monitor, keyboard, mouse and UPS. No matter how powerful a CPU is, it’s useless without the monitor (for visuals), keyboard (for input), mouse (for navigation) and UPS (for power shortage). In that same vein, no matter how good other components of a PC are, it’s useless without a CPU. Both components need each other to function properly.
The problem we have in this modern age is that women have been “brain washed” to believe that they are competing with men. With quotes like “what a man can do, a woman can do better” becoming everyone woman’s mantra. This goes against God’s plan for women. In my honest opinion, women weren’t created to compete with men for supremacy, superiority or equality (equality in terms of rights not roles). Women weren’t created to do all a man can do and more. God would have created another Adam if that were to be the case. Simply put, women weren’t created to do what a man can do. Women were created to do everything a man can’t do. Big difference.
Women have lost their uniqueness in their quest to be equal to men and do everything a man can do.
Women have failed to realize that they were made to be a “help meet”. They have failed to realize that they have their role to play in making that PC (the family) functional. Instead of taking their role as the keyboard, monitor, mouse and UPS with utmost dedication and seriousness. They are fighting for gender supremacy and equality and in turn loosing their uniqueness.
Instead of doing everything a man can’t do thereby complementing him (remember he is the CPU and she’s the mouse, UPS, monitor and keyboard). Women are becoming laptops (multifuntional), and what good is a laptop to a CPU?

“Men and women have roles – their roles are different, but their rights are equal.” – Harri Holkeri



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