A Woman’s Work

You know a woman’s value is unmatched. Her purpose in this world couldn’t even be put into words. She is a child bearer: a creator of life. She is a nurturer that provides care to her children. She is intuitive, creating a bond that has been sealed in LOVE and strength.

She holds the weight of the world on her shoulders serving as the backbone for her family. No matter how heavy the load for her delicate back she is expected to stand up right showing no signs of weakness.

She is expected to look her best, wearing clothing that contour to her body showing off her voluptuous curves. Her lipstick traces the shape of her lips which hold the sweet words she uses to encourage her man in tough times. 

How different life would be without the presence of a woman? Before you spit out words of disrespect and slander against this precious jewel, think about the role she plays in your life. Before you decide to step out and have an affair and destroy the foundation you have built remember she is responsible for breathing life into your children. Before you think of putting a hand on her and inflicting her with pain, know that she is a reflection of your mother, aunts, sister and any woman you hold with stature. 

So take a moment  to honor, respect, cherish and appreciate  a woman’s work. For without her LOVE could never exist.❤️

3 thoughts on “A Woman’s Work

  1. Jin Okubo says:

    While I agree with everything you said I still feel that in making this post you leave out the other side of the coin. This is due to the fact that I was raised on,
    A man is supposed to be the rock that the wife leans on.
    A man does not cry
    A man does not get sick
    A man goes to work
    A man sacrifices everything for his family
    For a man happiness comes second
    A woman is always right a man is always wrong
    Men, real men don’t complain they just do
    Men do it for the family and lose themselves

    And please don’t get me wrong I am not trying to start a feminist anti-feminist argument here with your lovely post. I just think that raising one or the other on a pedestal is just more antagonistic when both men and women should be seen as equal. Not a one is better than the other and not a one deserves more praise than the other.

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