Over the last 50 years, while under the narcissistic influence of radical feminism, millions of young women have abandoned their family ties and instead spent their irretrievable youth pursuing the false feminist ideal of “independence” through cash-oriented careers.
This pointless pursuit was fostered upon young, naive women by radical, second-wave feminist academia.The results have been less than rewarding and yet thousands of young women continue to be ignorant victims of feminism’s greatest ruse.
Not only have women wasted their lives and talents on unappreciative corporations, they have, in many cases, denied themselves the joy and happiness of, not only extended family, but families of their own as well.
Many liberated feminists marry and then divorce their inconvenient husbands; others “marry” other women; some remain single and adopt; while the remaining fools choose to bear illegitimate children. They are all functioning under feminism’s false assertion that the rules of Christianity, and the sacrament of marriage, don’t apply to them because they are “sexist.” When in fact, none of these arraignments qualify as family and all are doomed to reap nothing but stress and unhappiness.
This is because they are radical, second-wave feminist aberrations created by twisted women embracing twisted ideology. They are doomed to dysfunctionality, resulting in anxiety, regret, loneliness and, if foolishly fertilized, another generation of impaired children.
On the other hand, moral women who chose to follow the centuries old, and proven, path to happiness, inspired by Christian teachings, will not only reap the personal benefits of a traditional family support system, but will also produce children whom she will guide onto that same safe, secure, calm and productive, path as well.
Christian fathers and mothers provide the first line of defense when it comes to their children’s lives. Both try to assure that their children are properly cared for 24 hours a day, but there are times when even devoted parents need help.
Young, Christian couples who have chosen to embrace the joy of family, including aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and grandparents are also blessed with the care, support, trust and love that those relationships provide. Young parents, whose own parents are still living, are doubly blessed, especially when they live near by.
Not only are they blessed with the luxury of four additional pairs of loving hands to step in when needed, but they are blessed with the knowledge that the grandparents love their children with the same intensity as they feel themselves.
There is security and peace of mind in that understanding especially when the little children are left in their grandparents hands rather than in the hands of strangers.
Grandparents are truly a gift from God. As parents age and sadly watch their children leave the nest, they also happily watch their responsibilities and obligations diminished as well. The relief and pride in a job well-done eventually develops into a calmer and more cheerful temperament, which is very suitable for the care of little children.
Grandparent’s time-honored gift to their grandchildren is their unconditional love, unfettered by schedules, routines or commitments. They augment the parent’s devotion, reinforcing the grandchildren’s sense of security and self-worth, but more importantly, the children are bolstered by the unconditional love of others too.
Grandparents have the time, the disposition and the patience it takes, to “play all day.” They are the purveyors of the family faith, family history, story telling, tickles, book-reading, path-walking, and surprises but they are not constrained by the need to “raise” the kids, leaving lots of patience for children’s normal antics.
Young parents, especially young mothers, who do not or will not (to be addressed in another post), encourage the interaction between grandparents and grand kids are doing themselves and their children a tremendous disservice.
Grandparents add so much to children’s lives. They are the non-judgmental, warm heart to whom children naturally gravitate for the wise and unconditional love they can provide, especially when the children are under duress or unsure of themselves. They are the living proof, that leading a good life, provides life-long happiness. Grandparents are the quiet, stable, reassuring security blanket in a child’s strange, and sometimes, chaotic world. They are irreplaceable and invaluable.
It’s the Women, Not the Men!