For as he thinks in his heart, so is he. As one who reckons, he says to you, eat and drink, yet his heart is not with you [but is grudging the cost]. ~Proverbs 23:7
Just like the selfish person progressed in the direction of their thought pattern, we also will move in the direction of our own thoughts. Happy thoughts progress towards better and miserable towards worse.
This poem is dedicated to all you brave women – you fearless wives. You chose to put your husband and family first ahead of your career, thereby serving them instead of yourself. You chose to truly have it all by ordering your life in the sequence of marriage and family first, then career in the latter part.
You know who are and the cost of your sacrifice. Thank you for your inspiration.
A real fearless girl am I, listen to my ROAR,
Away from my husband I’ll never be tore.
The thought of that, I simply abhor.
A victim mind I’ll never be,
No matter what the critics say to me.
On this I know, we’ll never agree.
Truly fearless became my heart,
When I married my forever counter-part.
Home’s, truly powerful sweetheart.
The more wholly feminine I am,
A bigger bite out of the enemy’s plan.
To increase the breadth of, his career wingspan.
Excellent skill gives respite to refresh,
Grows iron thighs of masculine flesh.
To bear, the more on my Suresh.
Prosperity and strength success to symbolize,
Guarding till he returns with our prize.
His kept await in anticipation, his allies.
Fearless wife lacks victim’s gene,
And never divides the homeward team.
Nor forfeits her position of ruling queen.
The best defense you have from all the negative forces in the world that rally against marriage is to stay enthusiastic about being a wife. Be zealous in your pursuit of excellence and elevate the view of your husband to the highest regard.
Sometimes the best course of action is to stop over-thinking those negative reasons, and instead, choose to protectively place your marriage well out of the reach of the nay-sayers so they don’t drag you down and tarnish your view.
Have a great weekend!
Being proactive is more than taking initiative. It is recognizing that we are responsible for our own choices and have the freedom to choose based on principles and values rather than on moods or conditions. Proactive people are agents of change and choose not to be victims, to be reactive, or to blame others. –Stephen R. Covey