Editor’s Note: Viewed from my end, you ladies are not very involved with this series. But I post it to complete the series and make way for tomorrow’s subject about the superior gender.
Don’t you for the most part see men this way?
31. Trying to impose guilt on a man works against me. They won’t accept what I call guilt except from themselves (self-criticism) and even then they fix whatever ‘is broke’ or they forget it.
32. Even when he’s wrong, having to explain himself is contrary to his self-respect.
33. Decisions men make are like promises, and they don’t break promises to themselves. Perhaps to someone else but usually not to self.
34. Self-respect and self-assurance of their rightness enable men to resist criticism.
35. Men are instinctively energized to conquer attractive women. I can neither understand it, accept it, nor live with it, but I have to try my best.
36. Men value virginity out of proportion to its value; they can’t be that dumb but they sure seem to be.
37. Men are dedicated to the task at hand: work, study, rest, reading, relaxation, recovery, responsibility, fun, games, or whatever. Interruptions are unwelcome.
38. He’s both capable and self-centered enough to take care of himself, which enables but doesn’t recruit him to help others.
39. Men are fairly easy to understand until their words don’t match their actions.
40. Men can sit and do absolutely nothing. They claim to be thinking but productive evidence is lacking to me.
41. A strong masculine presence can calm fears that often arise in me.
42. Men are independent, benefit from a good woman alongside, but go out of their way to keep it to themselves.
43. Men have a strong and resilient character that is compatible with a woman’s strong and resilient spirit.
44. I will never understand the males’ mentality of wham, bam, thank you ma’am. I bond through sex, why not men?
45. Men are more easily respected than trusted but my unconditional trust earns more of their respect for me.
Those conclusions about men seem prominent in the female heart. They are connected to the ‘be good’ prime root that goes back to the Garden of Eden, which comes up in the next series tomorrow.