Equal Partners
by Roland Ezri

Equal Partners by Roland Ezri

Equal Partners

By Roland Ezri

"Women are the backbone of all societies. They do a substantial part of the work, and play a major role in raising the future generation yet they are largely powerless. The decisions that count are made by men and foisted upon women."

Writings by Roland Ezri

What Women Want – XXXIV. Final Thoughts (1 of 5)

The perfect partner

It’s a known fact that you should be provided with the
resources you need to properly discharge your responsibilities.
The Creator in His wisdom has provided women with additional
attributes to meet the onerous tasks connected with bringing up
children.  While men have a role to play, past experience has
again and again taught us that they are not always a reliable
trustee for our offspring.

While God is generous with all his children, of necessity,
he has provided women with additional qualities such as
intuition, care, ability to connect, compassion, and an
overlooked characteristic, perseverance.

Given a chance to be educated, women have filled our lecture
halls.  As previously mentioned, the ratio of female to male
population in our universities is 60:40.  A worrisome but perhaps
inevitable trend.  Their dominance in the institutions of higher
learning is not because they are more intelligent, rather because
they are more perseverant; a trait which is an absolute must if
one is to be able to complete his or her university education.

During our 5,000 years of recorded history, women have been
held back.  In time we will realize that that has been but a blip
on the radar.  Sooner or later, they are bound to dominate.

Let me be very clear here.  I am not saying that one gender
is superior to the other.  We have the unfortunate habit of
comparing one person to another.  This is wrong.  We are all
God’s precious children.  We all have a contribution to make.
Let’s leave the star system for movies and hotel rooms!

Then what is the objective of the previously expressed
concept?  It is simply this:  The woman in your life brings
valuable attributes to your relationship; if you let her, she can
be the perfect partner.

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