Yes! We Have Been Sexist.

I had given a thought once that if girls or women are after money or position, I think my Mom is no different from other women but she is my Mother whom I always run to, in times of distress. Probably she might have made a mistake of not being with someone who is not in a better position, may be my Dad happens to be a man with a regular job or income that gives her a sense of security.

Despite her flaws as a woman, I’m still able to live a happy life even though I don’t deserve if I think from human being’s perspective. The very human nature is conditional in itself. For instance, if I cheat my friends, I would lose them or if I failed to help my roommates, I’m sure one day they would also refuse to assist me because I’ve not been helpful at all. These are some real life examples of human nature that lives on condition.

I’m surprised about my very own life. Despite the shallowness of my Mom, I’m still able to enjoy the luxuries of life, like never going to bed with an empty stomach or never getting diagnosed with any major illness and so on and so forth. These are the mysteries of life that one needs to realize. I think there is something divine that lies beyond the terms and condition set by human beings.

Let me be blunt, yes I have been sexist when it comes to women when it comes to relationship because I found them to be after glamour and position. May be my Mom was also one of those women folks who prefer to be in relationship with someone with a regular job. As men we need to try thinking about this situation because none of us are free from shallowness of our mind or imperfection of human nature.

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A Andrew Chyne

A Andrew Chyne

Passion drives me to move on in life.

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