Great Women (John Lord)

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Great Women

“When Adam and Eve were expelled from Paradise, they yet found one flower, wherever they wandered, blooming in perpetual beauty. This flower represents a great certitude, without which few would be happy,—subtile, mysterious, inexplicable,—a great boon recognized alike by poets and moralists, Pagan and Christian; yea, identified not only with happiness, but human existence, and pertaining to the soul in its highest aspirations. Allied with the transient and the mortal, even with the weak and corrupt, it is yet immortal in its nature and lofty in its aims,—at once a passion, a sentiment, and an inspiration. Continue reading…

Father’s Day: More Married. More Husband. More Father. More Man. (Greg Swann)

Father’s Day: More Married. More Husband. More Father. More Man.: Learn more at Amazon or at Goodreads.

Father’s Day: More Married. More Husband. More Father. More Man.

“Women can’t fix marriage. Only men can.

Women make marriage work? Women start homes and families? Women raise self-responsible kids who grow up to be good parents?

That’s wrong, all of it. In consequence, so is everything else.

Only men can fix their marriages and make their families work, because marriage and family are the man’s relationships from the outset. He initiates contact with her, he forges and fires their romance, he pops the question, weds her, beds her and pumps her full of his babies. Continue reading…