A MOMENT OF TRUTH (el momento de la verdad)

Don’t stop laughing because you grow old – you grow old because you stop laughing!  As we all know that God made man before he made women and what follows are words that prove that:

Woman has man in it; Mrs. has Mr. in it; Female in male in it; She has he in it; Madam has Adam in it.

To even further prove this man effect, all women’s problems start with men:

Mental illness; menstrual cramps, mental breakdown, menopause, gynecologist (we will spell it guynecologist so we can blame it on the men),

and, the biggest women’s problem is a hysterectomy ( we will do the same thing here by spelling it the way it sounds – histerectomy).

Anonymous Donor

August 25, 2014

It seems there is more truth out there and this time the joke is on the men:  

And God promised men that good and obedient wives would be found in all corners of the world.   Then he made the earth round  – and laughed and laughed and laughed.

September 24, 2014

Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus (a book written by John Gray.)

When a man can listen to a woman’s feelings without getting angry and frustrated, he gives her a wonderful gift.  He makes it safe for her to express herself.  The more she is able to express herself, the more she feels heard and understood, and the more she is able to give a man the loving trust, acceptance, appreciation, admiration, approval and encouragement that he needs.  Men are motivated when they feel needed – while women are motivated when they feel cherished.

October 17, 2014

Women know, they just know.  Even if they didn’t know, they would know.  Men might not get this, but women will, because they know!

November 12, 2014

In the 20th century, women in America have come to love their lives outside their homes, not realizing that men in the country also decided it was time for them to change their lifestyle by becoming members in all sorts of clubs – business, sports, and political.  It seemed that women and men have lost touch with one another.

Men turned their relationships away from their homes into other areas – such as cars, sports, and fishing.  They became involved in politics.  It also became a point in time men became infatuated with their heroes in the baseball, golf and even wrestling and fighting.  And even now, the time has come when men even enjoyed a man’s company rather than a lover’s night out.  The distance between men and women has gotten to a point that men became cynical. When men and women socialize with one another in a communal base where people use their gadgets and tweet, “let’s all meet at Hooters at 9 o’clock.”  At 9 o’clock, it was an event similar to calling in cows for feeding  by honking the horn with the one tweet.  Each time it was a communal gathering and every now and then there was a mutual attraction and people would pair-off.    

Americans have had their gimmicks with each period.  Professor Freud provided us his gimmicks.  Sigmund Freud was a Viennese physician and the founder of psychoanalysis.  Freud suggested that behavior is determined by the unconscious mind, a repository of repressed impulses and desires, of which the waking mind is completely unaware, but determine the way we think, feel, and act.  According to Freud, all behavior is motivated by the desire to feel pleasure.  That motivation is organized and directed by two instincts:  sexuality and aggression.  Freud conceptualized both these instincts as being powered by a form of internal psychic energy that he called the libido.  Libido is the pleasure principle, or basic psychic energy.  Freud proposed the evocative metaphor of the psyche as like an iceberg – only the upper 10% of it is visible (i.e. conscious); the rest is submerged and unseen (unconscious).

In the 30’s we had the pioneer era, the Shakespearean man, the biblical man, who remained stuck to his dignity even under trivial events.  This man disappeared during the 1930’s depression.   Even on stage, there were no Hamlet’s or Rip Van Winkle’s.  The only clowns on our stage were Red Skelton and Bob Hope, who strived to display their own un-importance.  

The Freudian era has left the building; and, in its place, we have the astronauts, who have not been on any analyst’s couch.  We have experienced the man on the moon, who brought back the excitement of our heroes, but ended by being a grandeur de folie (a form of mental illness characterized by a delusion that one possesses wealth beauty or irresistible charms).  

But until men and women realize that human beings are worthy to be loved and love, they might once again find satisfaction in loving each other.  If you have never loved or been loved – you have never lived.

November 20, 2014

If you ever fall in love – fall in love with someone who wants to know your favorite color and just how  you like  your coffee.  Fall in love with someone who loves the way you laugh and would do absolutely anything to hear it. Fall in love with someone who puts their head on  your chest just to hear your heart beat.  

Fall in love with someone who kisses you in public and is proud to show you off to anyone they know.  Fall in love with someone who makes you question why you were afraid to fall in love in the first place.  Fall in love with someone who would never ever want to hurt you.  Fall in love with someone who falls in love with  your flaws and thinks  you are perfect just the way you are.  Fall in love with someone who thinks that  you are the one they would love to wake up to each day.  By ilovemylsi

December 15, 2014

The following story is about a boy and girl living next door to each other.  I am sure that sometime in  your lifetime this has happened to you.  The young man was in love with this girl, Alice.  But, it seemed that Alice did not return the love because he never seemed to get that chance to express his feelings.  Following is the story in words and then listen to the video with the words and music.


Sally called, when she got the word,

She said ‘I suppose you’ve heard about Alice.’
So, I rushed to the window, and I looked outside,
And I could hardly believe my eyes,
A big limousine pulled slowly into Alice’s drive.

I don’t why why she’s leaving, or where she’s gonna go,
I guess she’s got her reasons but I just don’t wanna know,
‘Cause for twenty four years I’ve been living next door to Alice.
Twenty four years, just waitin’ for a chance,
To tell her how I’m feeling, maybe get a second glance,
Now I’ve gotta get used to not living next door to Alice.

We grew up together, two kids in the park,
Carved our initials deep in the bark
Me and Alice.
Now she walks to the door with her head held high,
And just for a moment, I caught her eye,
As the big limousine pulled slowly out of Alice’s drive.

I don’t why why she’s leaving, or where she’s gonna go,
I guess she’s got her reasons but I just don’t wanna know,
‘Cause for twenty four years I’ve been living next door to Alice.
Twenty four years, just waitin’ for a chance,
To tell her how I’m feeling, maybe get a second glance,
Now I’ve gotta get used to not living next door to Alice.

Then Sally called back, and asked how I felt,
She said ‘I know how to help get over Alice.’
She said ‘Now, Alice is gone, but I’m still here.
And you know I’ve been waiting twenty four years’
And the big limousine disappeared

I don’t why why she’s leaving, or where she’s gonna go,
I guess she’s got her reasons but I just don’t wanna know,
‘Cause for twenty four years I’ve been living next door to Alice.
Twenty four years, just waitin’ for a chance,
To tell her how I feel and maybe get a second glance,
But I’ll never get used to not living next door to Alice.

No, I’ll never get used to not living next door to Alice!


January 4, 2015

Longtime defender of marriage asks if we should try something else:

Love and marriage, love and marriage

They go together like a horse and carriage

This I tell you brother

You can’t have one without the other

In the turbulent culture wars over sex, love, poverty and the future of the American family, Isabel V. Sawhill, a blunt, influential and formidable voice, has long come down squarely on the side of marriage.

Though she is a Democrat and a former Clinton administration official, Sawhill’s staunch defense of marriage has often put the economist at odds with some thinkers on the left who have dismissed the institution as an oppressive vestige of patriarchy.

Unlike conservatives, who see marriage as sacred and the key to a society based on traditional values, Sawhill based her argument simply on the data, which shows that marriage promotion programs haven’t worked and that children born to married parents tend to fare far better in life than do children in other family arrangements.

So it is no small thing that the 77-year-old author and editor of more than 19 books, papers and manuscripts, many of them on matrimony, is now saying that marriage — at least for a vast swath of Americans — may be dead.

In “Generation Unbound,” a book released this past fall that has opened a new front in the culture wars, Sawhill, who works at the Brookings Institution, argues that it is high time we stopped trying to revive marriage. Instead, she says, we need to figure out what will replace it if we are to stem the rise in single-parenting that has done more in the past few decades to increase child poverty than some of the biggest social programs, such as food stamps, have done to decrease it.

“Maybe some people will be married, or have some kind of commitment to each other, but they’ll live in separate places,” she speculated in an interview. “Or maybe there will be marriages with upfront time limits. Not, ‘We thought we were going to be married forever and decided in the middle to get divorced.’ But marriages where you say to the other person upfront, ‘How about a five-year contract to be committed to each other, and then reassess?’ ”

Sawhill thinks Scandinavian-style long-term cohabiting may be next.

Her new “marriage light” stance is grounded in data: Although marriage in the United States remains strong among the college educated, in the poor and working classes marriage rates have fallen precipitously, and divorce rates are high. Single parenthood is becoming the norm, as are serial relationships and fragile, complex families of stepsiblings and half-siblings. Half of all births to young women are now outside marriage, and 60 percent are unplanned.

And the data shows that this marriage gap between rich and poor, those with a college education and those without, is tied to increasing income inequality. The way we form families, Sawhill argues, has become the “new fault line” for the rise of a permanent class-based society and an end to the American dream of upward social mobility.

For centuries, Sawhill notes, the human need for close relationships was fulfilled by marriage, which guaranteed the survival of women, who, for the most part, were prohibited from making a living. For men, marriage was a cornerstone, signifying entry into adult life.

But as women have gained economic independence, marriage does neither of those things anymore. Even so, it’s not as if people don’t want to marry. Surveys show that the vast majority want to — eventually. They just aren’t marrying right now, often for financial reasons.

“Marriage is disappearing,” Sawhill says. “But I believe the institution will evolve, and must evolve with the times.”

If for no other reason, she argues, than for the sake of the children. Her data on that is irrefutable. With the rapid and unprecedented rise in births to single mothers, one-third of American children are living in single-parent families, where child poverty rates are four times as high as in two-parent families.

So while the institution evolves, Sawhill offers a practical next-best thing. What if, instead of “drifting” into mistimed and unwanted pregnancies outside marriage, people had to consciously “plan” to have children by using long-acting reversible contraceptives, which are 40 times more effective than condoms and 20 times more effective than the pill? What if, in place of traditional marriage, there was at least a new “ethic of responsible parenthood”? Would that at least reduce child poverty?

Sawhill’s new view is seen as either pessimistic or pragmatic, depending on which side among the culture warriors you talk to. Conservatives — Sawhill calls them “traditionalists” — blame the demise of marriage on culture, and many say that is what must be fixed in order to revive marriage. Liberals, or “village builders” to Sawhill, say the economy is to blame and that, rather than try to resuscitate marriage, it is better to accept family diversity and provide better education, jobs, wages and support for single parents to alleviate poverty.

Yet Sawhill’s changed position has taken many by surprise. Sawhill, after all, defended Vice President Dan Quayle’s 1992 attack on the TV character and unwed mother Murphy Brown, and she helped shape sweeping welfare reform intended to curb single parenting.

“It’s striking. She’s pro-marriage,” said Andrew Cherlin, a sociologist at Johns Hopkins University who writes about the marriage gap, most recently in the book “Labor’s Love Lost.” “So this is like a general who’s lost several battles saying, ‘I’m not sure it’s worth continuing the war.’ ”

Kathryn Edin, a sociologist who studies fragile, low-income families, said the fact that Sawhill is saying it’s time to move on from marriage might actually lead to a thaw between warring factions. “Maybe now we can all actually engage in a more productive dialogue,” Edin said.

It’s not as if Sawhill doesn’t mourn the demise of marriage. And she even hopes that she — and the data — are wrong. But she writes that the genie is out of the bottle and that no amount of “wishful thinking” will put it back. Is this, then, the end of marriage for many Americans?

“I think I’m still wrestling with it,” she said. “I think I wrote the book as a way to wrestle with it, but also to start a conversation with other people about it. Because I don’t know the answer.”

January 26, 2015

Women are like phones:  They liked to be held, talked to, and touched often; but, push the wrong button and your a$$ is disconnected.


It takes 7 seconds for food to pass from mouth to stomach.  A human hair can hold 3 kg.  The length of a penis is three times the length of the thumb.  The femur is as hard as concrete.  A woman’s heart beats faster than a  man’s. Women blink 2 times as much as men.  We use 300 muscles just to keep our balance when we stand.  A woman has read this entire text.  A man is still looking at his thumb.

February 19, 2015

A tale of wisdom from some wise person:



June 29, 2015

My Mind

July 5, 2015  

The smartest words a man has ever said, “Yes, dear.”

July 8, 2015

My wife says I never listen to her.  At least that’s what I think she said.

July 26, 2015

It seems the main street media is running out of topics , so now they are bashing and trying to pit the women against the men in the office atmosphere.  It is now turning up the heat on men.  That is, they are saying that the men are freezing the women to death in the office.  Hello!  What you wear every day, whether it is to the office, beach, church, or just out for the day, should be taken into consideration.  What you wear should set you up to squeeze the day.  Clothes should do more than just keep you warm.  The biggie on clothes is to stop you from getting arrested – layering is a great way to make that happen.

Some other life’s lessons is to stay away from emotional topics.  You should always bring a problem out into the open because tiptoeing around the issue will cause productivity to suffer.  If you talk about it, the situation no matter how small or tall,  it won’t spiral out of control.  If you have a problem, put it on the table.


Just remember, the news media is not there to keep us informed!  The bulk of the news media are people who are not Americans and are here to stir the melting pot to cause trouble, especially during election years.  Remember the last election was about birth control pills and a lady who Obama called out who who needed and couldn’t afford to buy birth control pills.  Wonder where she is today and if she is still looking for birth control pills or is the White House furnishing these pills.  Wonder if Obama will call her out because she is cold or maybe too hot?

October 9, 2015

Gone FishingWhat can I say!

October 20, 2015

Now here is a man who knows a lot about women!



January 16, 2016

Following is some good advice:


And then you have someone who comes in and tells it like it is:



March 8, 2019


It seems that someone in the Army branch of the military is going to remove the “man” word out of the military  MANUALS in order to make it more inclusive.  It will be a giant step when we get these POLITICALLY CORRECT (PC) idiots out of  women’s hair.  They should spend more time on the overall picture by trying to increase the benefits of the overall military instead of nit-picking on mundane things which in the long run don’t amount to a hill of beans.

As we all know that God made man before he made women and what follows are words that prove that:

Woman has man in it; Mrs. has Mr. in it; Female in male in it; She has he in it; Madam has Adam in it.

To even further prove this man effect, all women’s problems start with men:

Mental illness; menstrual cramps, mental breakdown, menopause, gynecologist (we will spell it guynecologist so we can blame it on the men),

and, the biggest women’s problem is a hysterectomy ( we will do the same thing here by spelling it the way it sounds – histerectomy).

And as usual, a little rain must fall on everyone’s parade.


March 8, 2019



“How to Handle a Woman?”
BY MICHAEL GRIEGO on FEBRUARY 23, 2019 • ( 4 )

Today the very question is offensive to some and is certainly quite loaded, laden with sexist tones and implications that women are to be managed or even “handled” like a piece of property. What’s the Bible say about it? ◊

I recall the beautiful song “How to Handle a Woman” from the classic movie Camelot. The words are so 1967 even as they are put on the lips of a fictitious 5th century King Arthur (played by Richard Harris):

“How to handle a woman? There’s a way,” said the wise old man,
“A way known by ev’ry woman since the whole rigmarole began.”
“Do I flatter her?” I begged him answer. “Do I threaten or cajole or plead?
Do I brood or play the gay romancer?” Said he, smiling: “No indeed.
How to handle a woman? Mark me well, I will tell you, sir: The way to handle a woman
Is to love her…simply love her…merely love her…love her…love her.”
Today, of course, the very question “How to Handle a Woman” is quite loaded. It is laden with what may be seen as sexist assumptions and implications that women are to be managed or even “handled” like a piece of property. Of course, in some past and current cultures, women have been literally held as property and treated as such. But this is not the way it was intended.

How does the Bible answer this question?

The Bible states clearly that the first woman was created as complement and gift to man (Genesis 2:18, 22). Jesus cites these words in His teachings on marriage and the Apostle Paul supports them with instructions that the woman is to be treasured, protected, and selflessly served by her husband the way Christ loves and serves His church (Ephesians 5:25-33, 1 Peter 3:7). Unfortunately, we well know that God’s ideal model for the woman was corrupted by man and she became a sexual object, baby-bearer, and slave to the man. This is not the failure of God, but the failure of man whose fall into sin and separation from God has led also to the poor consequences of war, disease, and suffering.

The Plan was good, even “very good.” The free care-taking and implementation by man was a disaster.

The very freedom of will and choice that man was given by God has resulted in the misuse of the woman. That is, one-half of His image God gave him (Genesis 1:27) has been abused, violated, and held-captive throughout human history.

Love Her, But How?
In his book Love and Respect, author Dr. Emerson Eggerichs digs deep into the Ephesians 5:33 passage and emphasizes the way for a marriage God’s way.1 If you want peace, closeness, understanding, and to experience marriage the way God intended, then simply love and respect each other. Specifically, men love your wives and women respect your husbands. It is as simple as that:

“However let each one of you love his wife as himself, and let the wife see that she respects her husband”(Ephesians 5:33).

Eggerichs points out the damage done when this verse is not heeded. He calls it the Crazy Cycle, a powerful and vicious cycle that occurs when a husband and a wife stumble in this instruction. When a man fails to love his wife (as himself), she fails to respect him (lacking trust). The husband responds with anything other than love; the wife responds with anything other than respect. This breakdown in following God’s ways can lead to a breakdown in a marriage.

But is there any more specific guidance than this general call to love and respect each other?

Here’s What the Research Says
Let’s keep the focus on woman. Shaunti and Jeff Feldhahn conducted extensive survey research (over 3,000) for their books For Women Only and For Men Only.2 Here are 6 practical takeaways and actions for men to help them live up to the Biblical call for a man to love his wife:

Relational Reassurance – even in healthy marriages 82% of women have some level of insecurity about their relationships and their husband’s love. Practical Action? Consistently reassure her of your love and persistently pursue her. When she’s upset, don’t get defensive as it’s not necessarily about you. Don’t argue your position. Slow down and soften your approach. Words of affirmation, love and physical touch do wonders.
Free Thoughts and Fears – 79% of women often have multiple things on their minds as they do not necessarily “compartmentalize” thoughts, pains and fears as men do. Practical Action? Don’t assume she can just “stop thinking about it.” Knowing this, be proactive and help her resolve the open issues on her mind. Know and be sensitive to her past “wounds” and worry tendencies. Pray for her daily and withhold judgement or expression of how you yourself can let go of little things.
Emotional Security – “Money talks but emotional security sings.” Closeness and intimate friendship is more important than financial security for 70% of woman. Practical Action? You may have to rethink your provider/protector assumptions. Believe it or not, money and material things aren’t nearly the priority that you are. Your wife and family want a present and happy husband/dad rather than an overstretched, stressed out and grumpy husband/dad.
Right Listening – Listen to her feelings, not the words about the problem. For 60% of women what she is feeling about the problem is more important to her than the problem itself. What she is feeling is actually the “real problem.” Practical Action? Don’t fix it. Without the right emotional support 95% of women don’t believe a reasonable solution will fix the problem. Rather, give her your full physical attention, your mental and emotional attention, listen for the right thing (how she is feeling about the problem), and acknowledge and affirm her feelings about the problem.
Sexual Closeness – While most women (not all – 82%) are physically wired to desire sex less than men do, they do enjoy it just as much. Discouraging a man’s advances has more to do with a woman’s physical differences, need for closeness in the relationship, and anticipation time, rather than his desirability. Practical Action? Give her time to warm up, flirt and anticipate. Pursue her so she knows she’s sexy to you outside the bedroom. Create a context of closeness and emotional security.
Beauty Confirmation – 77% of women have a deep need to know that their man finds her beautiful; that she still rocks his world. Women need assurance that she is attractive and measures up in her husband’s eyes. Practical Action? Tell her she’s beautiful regularly and make your visual choices show her that she’s the only one for you. In essence, you are the only mirror that really matters.
Like a Knight in Shining Armor
Indeed, King Arthur of Camelot actually got it right. “The way to handle a woman is to love her…simply love her…merely love her…love her…love her.” With that and some practical understanding of women and doable actions, we can be like knights in shining armor loving our wives with attentive, sensitive and unselfish love as we’re Biblically called to do as men and husbands.

Are you loving your wife or handing her?



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