What would your life look like if you aimed at higher goals?
What amazing feats would you amaze the world with if you dared to get on the dance floor?
Sometimes one comes across a word or has an encounter that completely revolutionises one’s life. Jessie Rittenhouse’s lovely poem “My Wage” below did it for me. I have posted it here for your pleasure.
As we get into the new year, what changes are you going to make in your sexual habits??
Ladies, it all starts with realising that you are of great worth and deserving of love and respect!
You are not a manikin to be poked and prodded at.
You are not a punch bag to be abused with blows both verbal and physical.
Young girls, standing at street corners or hiding in dirty shop rooms and allowing anyone to put their dirty fingers up your precious bits or fondle your breasts is not the way to go – you deserve more than that!
Young men, the time for ‘bang, bang, and bye’ has passed -treat girls with respect! Learn chivalry- its a good thing!
Spouses, selfless love is the new cool!
There’s no greater turn-on for a lady than to be treated with tenderness and care.
Ladies, praise your man! See him with the eyes of what he could become and not what he is now and he will become what you desire.
Let the lovely poem below energise you to reach for the best life can offer. Meditate on the last verse especially and watch your greatness unfold!
I bargained with Life for a penny and life would pay no more. However I begged at evening when I counted my scanty store.
For Life is a just employer,
He gives you what you ask,
But once you have set the wages,
Why, you must bear the task.
I worked for a menial’s hire,
Only to learn, dismayed,
That any wage I had asked of Life,
Life would have paid.
Jessie B. Rittenhouse (1869 – 1948)
Very thought provoking. Thanks for sharing.
You are welcome, Jetmum. Have an amazing New Year!
Thank you very much for following the blog, I really look forward to reading your posts and happy new year 2014. Gede Prama 🙂
Wishing you a lovely New Year, Gede.
That poem is deep. Thanks for sharing.
It’s summarised life in just a few words-what you expect (aspire for) is what you get and, you receive what you ask for.
One other thing I’m taking from this post is to praise my man more this year.
Thanks and happy new year!
Glad you liked the poem, Ayibu! Your man will be happier indeed as you apply the ‘praise’ principle and guess who will benefit the most? You! Have a lovely new year! Thanks for stopping by :))