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Dec 02 2016
I was reading Midnight and the Meaning of Love by Sister Souljah. I remembered this passage:
“I didn’t know the particular powers of the human mind. But, truthfully, my own mind was divided into at least five parts. I could hear Billy’s performance and see all his dramatic actions. He was in my fifth mind. Meanwhile, I observed Chiasa closely, considering whether or not to bring her all the way into my purpose and mission here in Japan. She was in my fourth mind. Then there was my wife, who sat in the center of my visions and made my heart move and rush and race. She was not compromise or a convenience. She was not second to any unmarried woman I know or knew or would ever come to know. Akemi was in my third mind. The method and the fight and how to make it all happen with conflicting information and conflicting interest with a foreign tongue and on foreign land-that filled up my second mind. Then there was my Umma, my heart and my purpose. She’s always in my first mind.”
Just the pure admiration of how the character shows the importance of the women in his life, his mother and his wife, and their levels. How their importance is treated and considered in his life differently.
Mother- purpose and heart
Making things happen
Akemi (Wife)- caffeine to his body, not a compromise or inconvenience
After reading this particular paragraph I began to feel extremely emotional. It made me question a few things and understand some. In the present society men and women make it difficult to understand where they stand in each others life. Only mature people may have a clear understanding. I mean maturity on a level of full personal security and no insecurity within the relationship. Even then it’s hard to find a relationship that will last like back-in-the day relationships did. Like your grandparents relationship did. People try so hard to mold their significant other to be what they want them to be instead of working with each other to be happy and experience life. The fact that these celebrities put more pressure on what the “perfect” individual should be doesn’t make the pressure any better.
Often people have to question how valuable they are to their significant other life because they are unaware of where they stand. I happen to glance as some rachet-tv on Monday and one thing I noticed was Kimbella fighting with Juelz Santana, even though he really didn’t do anything wrong. The one concern that came to mind is if he considered what she said, which was not to have any females in the studio while he was there, maybe he could have avoided her making a scene when she popped up. Respect and consideration. It does work both ways.