Why are there so many women who don’t care about the condition of their homes? Why don’t women take pride in their homes anymore? Why don’t women consider their homes a reflection of who they are? Why don’t women think that a clean, well-organized home is an important part being a mother and raising healthy children?
Suppose a friend dropped by your house to say “hello”. Would you invite her in for a cup of coffee, or hide, and pretend you weren’t home? If your answer is that you’d hide, the most likely explanation is that your house is a pig sty.
This epidemic of lazy losers is a modern-day disgrace. It is another example of the failure of radical, second-wave feminism because women are now “too busy” to be bothered with the care and cleaning of their homes. Or worse yet, they think that chasing the unrealistic “career” goals mandated by lesbian-led radical feminism, more important than caring for the home that houses their family.
Women’s priorities have dramatically shifted, under the corrosive effect of radical feminism, from home to “work.” This unprecedented phenomena is both destructive by nature and irrational by comparison.
Women in the past took great pride in their homes and housekeeping skills. They worked very hard to wrap their hearts around their families through a neat, clean, peaceful home. And Home Sweet Home was only possible through a mother’s caring concern and contributions to her family. Mothers showed their love for their family, not only through hugs and kisses, but through their efforts to make their homes places to which their family wanted to return every evening.
It became their husband’s “castle” and their children’s “safe haven” because wives and mothers dedicated their lives to the well-being of the family they loved. All of the stresses of the outside world were left at the doorstep. Having a loving and happy mother to welcome everyone home at the end of the day with warm hugs, and a hot dinner, made for a joyful life. Second-wave feminism has made this scenario nearly impossible to recreate today because not only have women, by the millions, divorced their inconvenient
husbands, causing incalculable financial, physical and emotional stress, but they spend most of their waking hours distracted from their children and homes by their pointless jobs as well.
And all of this goes on while some strange, daycare center worker takes care of their precious children. These “liberated” mothers spend their days racing around pointlessly trying to impress their bosses, and co-workers, who will never be there for them, if they lost their jobs tomorrow.
Alfred Sloan, Chairman of General Motors from 1937-1956 said, “Work hard. There is no shortcut.” Today, women still work very hard but not for the immediate comfort of their families. They spend their day working for some unappreciative business, wasting their talents on co-workers, who ultimately do not matter, while ignoring their family members who do.
If your response to the possibility of staying home, and not working, is that you can’t afford to stay home, you’ve already drunk too much of radical feminism’s “kool-aid” and, are either a career woman, divorced or a single-mother.
So yes, if you are one of these women who have already jumped off the cliff of radical feminism, you will never be able to enjoy the peaceful, and secure, life you deserve, but you can guide your daughters away from this fraudulent farce called feminism. And, you can pray to God that they don’t make the same mistakes that you did ending their lives, stressed, lonely, sick and poor.
In the meantime, it’s time at least try to clean up the mess at your home and start setting a good example for your children. As the old saying goes, “Cleanliness is next to Godliness.”
Start by making the process as simple as possible. Set up four empty trash bags every week. Start throwing junk into them as the week progresses and then throw all four in the trash at the end of the week. Then, set up four more. Continue the process until you can sit on every piece of furniture, lay on every bed, shut every closet and put a cup of coffee on every table, unobstructed by old clothing, mail, junk and debris. If you have some things that don’t qualify as trash, mark one, or two. of bags for a charity. If you find you have a lot of reusable items, have a garage, or yard, sale. You’ll help your direct neighbors and its a great way to meet lots of them too.
It may take weeks to accomplish this clean-up effort but it will get done, because this process converts one, overwhelmingly enormous job, into lots of little doable pieces.
As you see something you don’t need, or want, during the week, toss it in the bag as you walk by and forget about it. Before you know it your place will no longer look like a junk yard. Then the real cleaning can begin – vacuuming, scrubbing, washing and wiping. Doing it because you love your kids will help make the process easier. And, enlist their help as well. It will be a valuable lesson learned.
If you truly love your kids, you will sacrifice your time in front of the TV to give them a cleaner place to live. Not only will you lose a few pounds but the next time a friend stops by to visit, you will proudly open the door and ask her in for coffee. And, before you know it you will actually begin to invite people to your house for coffee once again.
P. S. Remember, mothers play a critically important part in the process of training children to become responsible, productive adults. Don’t let yourself, or your kids, slouch off once the clean-up job is done. The kids have a vested interest in keeping their home clean and neat too.
Every time you let their kids off-the-hook at home because you are too lazy to be a good example, you are abandoning your parental obligations to your children. In addition, you are setting your children up for one disappointment after another, once they leave the nest, because you will have set such low expectations for them.
to be continued…
It’s the Women, Not the Men!