“Oh, they say that it’s over; that it just had to be…”

 

 

The ‘sphere often discusses how women believe they are special simply because they possess a vagina.

Although it’s sad to say, the ‘sphere is correct in pointing out this fact.

However, the ‘sphere is incorrect when they say women are not special because of their biology.

 

 

Women, yes – women, have simply focused on the wrong part of the body.

It is, in fact, the uterus that makes them special.

To say the uterus makes them special because it enables them to gestate life is, however, wrong.

The uterus is special because it enables a man’s [read: family’s] mission to continue.

To desire children for the purpose of “living on” is foolish and misguided.

They, too, will die.

And, all too often these days, care little for their predecessors/ancestors long before their end.

 

 

Certainly, one can point out that women choose mates on the basis of survivability.

But to leave it at that is to do a tremendous disservice to humanity, on the whole.

No doubt, countless women choose mates on the basis of rank brutishness, savagery and tenacity.

Yet, the wisest among them choose mates with those traits [to a point] along with greater ambition, goals and callings.

 

 

One can, short-sightedly, attribute the female adoration of celebrity to a desire for mere resource accumulation.

Indeed, this is not incorrect.

Though it is, as stated, myopic.

But, Truly, this is done because those celebrities embody a “brand”.

Something larger than the individual.

An idea.

[This is also why women are notorious trend-followers.]

 

 

See, most folks have it [consciously, at least] backwards.

A royal family is not admired because they are royal.

They are admired because they are a family with a mission.

 

 

Rothschild, Ferrari, Beam, Tudor, et al, have succeeded due to a critically important paradox [the “red pill” is nothing, if not paradoxical]:

The components of the family are meaningless.

The family, as a whole, is everything.

 

 

In fact, a woman’s natural submissiveness is crucial to the success of such an endeavor.

She must sacrifice her “self” for the good of all her family.

Whereas, a man must sacrifice his “self” by dedicating it to a grander purpose.

There is no room on the high road for ego, believe it or not.

All base masculine facets being equal:

Most women will choose the artist over the playboy.

The inventor over the mogul.

The craftsman over the cubicle drone.

 

 

In the choice of lovers:

Men long for the standard and stable.

Women long for the exception.

And, at heart, both seek the mission.

One to forge it.

The other to perpetuate it.

 

 

 

 

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13 Responses to ““Oh, they say that it’s over; that it just had to be…””

  1. makes sense to me…personally, most of the MS is too concerned with “what’s wrong” rather than looking at Men can do. Knowledge is not power unless is fuels you to make a difference in YOUR life. There’s lots of useless knowledge out there, when I worked in the world of business research, we were always challenged to produce “actionable” research – data to knowledge to actions.

    Thanks for this…

  2. great take on it ace

  3. A simple way of changing how you look at it that makes all the difference. Great post Ace

  4. […] In fact, a woman’s natural submissiveness is crucial to the success of such an endeavor. […]

  5. So it appears that I seek to forge a Royal Family which will carry on my mission.

    And there’s a certain appeal to this outlook to the opposite sex. Hmmm.

    Wald

  6. The uterus is special because it enables a man’s [read: family’s] mission to continue.

    To choose selfishness over this, while I can understand it (being female and all) is so incredibly short sighted. Women got tired of being the helper and wanted to be those respected and admired. Only they failed to grasp that the respect and admiration they would receive would be shallow at best because of our very femaleness.

    Women are most respected in the position we do best, in helping our men. Some even admire us for it. And it’s not some fake admiration, it has can have a serious depth. Only it’s not enough when one can be inundated from posting a selfie. When that short term shallow attention is over . . . what’s left?

    • Stingray,

      “Only they failed to grasp that the respect and admiration they would receive would be shallow at best because of our very femaleness.

      Women are most respected in the position we do best, in helping our men.”

      Correct.

      Though, it’s not “sexism” that drives such.

      It’s pragmatism.

      Why would anyone with sense want to have someone in a job that another can do, if not do better, while forgoing that someone’s true strength?

      It’s a squandering of resources.

  7. Aaaand you’re about a year ahead of Lord Oliver Sacks, the Chief Rabbi of England:

    http://www.rabbisacks.org/love-brings-new-life-world-rabbi-sacks-institution-marriage/

    See esp. the end. Essentially, your piece picks up where his ends. Together they’re close to perfect.

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