18 Mar A man who celebrates his wife
It is believed that a man is the head of the family and wife is the neck but then what I believe is slightly different. I believe the wife is the head of the family, the husband is the backbone and the children are the neck. Yes, this makes a family complete.
Sadly today, even in this technosavy modern-educated world, we see families breaking. It is still a male dominating society. Yes we talk about equality, we talk about women empowerment, we talk about feminism but wait to give it a thought, are we really heading towards a world where men and women are treated equally?
The answer will surely be a NO!
Who is to be blamed? The women? The men? No, absolutely not, but yes the mindset of the people. There are men who really deserve to be titled “Man” and simultaneously women who abuse the powers given to them.
So for a matter of fact, it is true that everything here is a “give and take”. You give respect, you earn respect. Though even this comes with few exceptions.
To define a man who celebrates his wife is a man who “believes* in his wife. A man who doesn’t need to look at other ladies because perfection for him is in his. He respects other women but knows that his wife is his world. The one who respects his wife as much as he respects his mother and protects her as he protects his sister. A man who happily let her wife do any work which she wants, be it choosing for a job or being a homemaker.
A man who shares his lady’s responsibility not only in monetary terms but also appreciates the efforts she makes every day and counting on all the sacrifices she makes. When she can also be a contributor to the family in the way she wants and where “her sayings” matters is when she is celebrated. When instead of fear, the word Respect works between them. When her success is a greater success to him. When her pain causes more suffering to her man.
To celebrate a woman is not only the responsibility of her man but think what if the whole family celebrates their daughter-in-law.
We celebrate our daughters but then forget that our daughter-in-law is also someone’s daughter.
The world exists because of the existence of a woman. Our motherland, our mother earth, and a woman are all considered equal in the terminology of Sustainability as “Ecofeminism”. It means that Nature and a Woman are equal as both are the producers, creating life.
Feminism today holds different definition for different people but it actually talks about the equal rights for both females and males. A man and woman should share everything equally and especially when they get tired in a sacred bond, i.e. marriage.
A successful marriage is one where both of the partners know how to respect, protect and celebrate each other. And a family is when each member celebrates each other’s presence and appreciates all the efforts one make.