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WHY DO WOMEN WEEP
She wept again this afternoon,
I’ve no idea why,
A woman who seems happy,
So often needs to cry,
There seems to be no reason,
Her eyes should fill with tears,
Perhaps she’s looking back at life,
Or dreads the coming years?
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Men, unfortunately, do not understand one simple truth, women are insanely mutual. A woman’s essence is a ricochet. We are so set up. We absorb the man’s attitude towards himself on a subcutaneous, energetic level, what actions a man does for us, what words he says and whether these words match with actions.
Imagine being a female and thinking that masculinity is toxic instead of literally being the sexiest, most mesmerizing, comforting thing you’ve ever come across in your life, and being aware of an instinctive primal level it is why you exist. Modern woman, you’ve broken in so many pieces.
The lion is said to be the king of the jungle. The big cat is a symbol of raw power, courage and nobility. The lion’s formidable strength and nomadic independence inspire us. The figure of the lion emblazons coats of arms, escutcheons, everything from auto symbolism to beer or whatever.
The most beautiful words, “But, I love you.” The most painful words, “I love you, but.”
Change is inevitable but how we respond to change is a matter of choice. How many times I sat in despair at an unexpected misfortune. But, with the benefit of hindsight, things were never as bad as they at first appeared. In fact, time is much more than a great healer, it is a redeemer.
Having rediscovered his gift for storytelling, Michael Walsh was struck by the thought that like pop music, storylines in novels had become unoriginal. It appeared that TV soaps, television drama and novels had one unimaginative strategy to boost sales.