Submission...Why is submission so hard to understand?

 #workselfie  IG: onebadbreeze

#workselfie

IG: onebadbreeze

 

Somebody asked me earlier today... "do you ask your husband for permission to go out?

And with a straight face, I told her yes I do...

Why?

Because at the end of the day I know exactly what kind of beast that man is... I know his limits and I know he loves me...

I recognize and respect the things he continues to do for me... I know that if anything were to happen to me that he is the first person I can and will call and if for any reason he is not comfortable with where I am or trying to go...I am simply not going...

We live in a world where every black man has a target on his back, anything can happen and anybody can get it...

And the love and respect I have for him won't let me put him in a situation where he is uncomfortable or not safe... not because I think he is a coward but because I know he is not.

This heffa looks at me and says.."Well, do he ask your permission before he leaves?"...

I immediately regretted stepping outside of my office to endure human contact...

I had to remind myself that she is younger than me and everybody wasn't raised like us...

It took everything in my power not to judo chop her in the thoat...(YES THOAT!).

I wanted to call her boyfriend and say "She ain't the one, dog...keep it pushing"

Submission in a marriage to me means to do as God would for him. To love him, to protect, respect him and to care for him as one of God's children. To allow a man to lead me in the path God has painted for him.

I can't help it if yall scared to be submissive to a man you don't even trust.

No man or woman becomes a husband or wife at the time they are married, but rather you get married because he or she already shows qualities you would like to see in your better half.