True eye opener 🫣

The purpose of our lives is to be happy. ✨✨✨✨✨✨


A friend came to my house for a beer, and we sat down and talked about life.

After a while, I interrupted the conversation and told him, ′′I’m going to wash the dishes; I’ll be right back.”

He looked at me like I told him he would build a spaceship.

So he said to me with admiration and a little stumped, ′′Glad you help your wife; I rarely help mine because when I do, she never thanks me.

Last week I washed the floor, and she didn’t even tell me thank you.”

I sat back down with him again and explained to him that I don’t ′′help′′ my wife.

My wife doesn’t need help; she needs a partner, a teammate.

I’m her home partner… and due to that, all functions are divided, which is not “help” with household chores.

I don’t “help” my wife clean the house because I also live in it, and I need to clean it too.

I don’t “help” my wife cook because I also want to eat, and I need to cook too.

I don’t “help” her washing dishes after eating because I use these dishes too.

I don’t “help” my wife with kids because they are mine too, and I must be a father.

I don’t “help” my wife wash, extend, fold, and put away laundry because it’s mine and my kids too.

I don’t give a “helping hand” at home; I’m part of it.

Then with respect, I asked my friend when was the last time his wife finished cleaning the house, doing laundry, changing the bed sheets, bathing the kids, cooking, organising, etc.. and did he say: “Thank you?”

I mean a genuine thank you, like, “Wow, baby!! You’re amazing!!”

Does this all seem absurd?

Does it sound weird to you?

When, once in your life, you cleaned the floor, you expected at least an excellence award with great glory… why?

Haven’t you ever thought about that?

Maybe, because, for you, macho culture taught you that everything is a woman’s task.

Maybe you’ve been taught that all this should be done without you having to move a finger.

So praise her as you would like to be praised, likewise, with the same intensity.

Hold her hand and behave like a faithful companion, and assume your part, don’t behave like a guest who comes to eat, sleep, shower and satisfy sexual needs… feel at home, in your home.

Change in our society begins in our homes, teaching our children the true sense of companionship


By Peace Truth

Life is like a bunch of roses. Some sparkle like raindrops. Some fade when there's no sun. Some just fade away in time. Some dance in many colors. Some drop with hanging wings. Some make you fall in love. The beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Life you can be sure of, you will not get out ALIVE.(sorry about that)

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