If all the women in the world were to be tanned, blonde, skinny and beautiful, the media would still sift through them.
If all the women in the world treat all the men the way all the magazines in the world tell them to, men would still find them lacking.
If all the women in the world fix all their problems by eating chocolate, shopping, and watching chick flicks, they would inevitably become enslaved to the gluttony, lust of materialism, and sentimental pornography therein.
If all the women in the world were to say, “I am fearfully and wonderfully made and loved by a Creator who gave me His life,” they would be untouchable.
If all the women in the world were to treat the men in their lives with respect, and looked after their welfare both physically and emotionally by being concerned about their own walk spiritually, the men would praise their beautiful equals.
And if all the women in the world would admit when they have a problem, confront the problem and deal accordingly with the problem by saying, “God, I just can’t do this,” there would be a change the whole commercialized world would not know how to handle.
But of course, this attitude is not developed overnight, but through habitually turning around and stabbing self-pity and lies of self-worth in the back. And when we can’t, asking for help. I too struggle with all of this.
This girl is awesome.