chuck Hurley

Rookie (12-19-31 / Boston MA)

Mother Madonna


It is factual and true that God can live without us yet we can not have life without its presence.
To recognize evil is to know those who put children in harms way for man's purpose or reason.

Acknowledge right from wrong by giving children their time of peace, food, shelter and education.
Man's language, thought and acts are shadows that cover his true intent to maintain the status quo.

God blest the female gender to bring forth, nurture and protect humanities present and future time.
We know those who destroy, deny and desecrate God's gifts of life, family and love and also why.

History gave man his ego of power and greatness that at a minimum is equal to or larger than his God.
His religions are predominately male oriented, ordained and male structured to practice exclusivity.

What gender knows intimately the power of spiritual change within the meaning of metamorphosis?
Which gender sacrifices the essence of self to support the life of others and be their slave for years?

Every genius of man, each holy man and every child of man; has come because of the female gender.
Is it not true that life is a shared responsibility between both genders once the child becomes an adult?

Submitted: Saturday, December 01, 2007
Edited: Wednesday, April 27, 2011
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