A woman's highest calling
is to lead a man to his soul
so as to unite him with the Source
Her lowest calling is to seduce
separating man from his soul
and leave him aimlessly wandering
A man's highest calling
is to protect woman
so she is free to walk the earth unharmed
Man's lowest calling is to ambush
and force his way
into the life of a woman
Please consider a few humble thoughts and words from learned Afrikan Warrior/Scholars.
"There is no such thing as 'love' in the beginning of a marriage. Love is a process of mutual growth of partners - symbols of communities' alliances." - Kimbwandende Kia Bunseki Fu-Kiau
These prefaces a long excerpt from a recent book, titled Complementarity
"Being in the heat of battle while searching for a soulmate is about as difficult a challenge as any Afrikan could imagine. To create a force of one out of two when each person is already individually struggling to correct a corruptive external assault, as well as a corrosive enemy within, is not an enviable position to be in. In the world/realty of the Afrikan warrior scholar, there is no greater challenge or reward."
In making this selection and it is a selection that should and must be made if you are to be Afrikan, there are no secret recipes, no magic potions, only common sense. As unreasonable and unscientific as it may sound, only a close and in-depth study of the individual's mind, activity and vision along with a gut feeling, can be the assurances that you are making the right choice. Only time will tell if warrior spirit has been matched with a complementary warrior spirit.
[Af- roh- man - tik]
of, relating to, or of the specific nature of Afromance; characteristic or suggestive of the world of BIack Iove:
an Afromantic adventure.
(African[s] [descendant's] excIusive exhange of affection and Iove, arguabIy, is not efficientIy affirmed by the contextuaI paradox of roman-ce, as Africans are not Romans.)
displaying or expressing love or strong affection for seIf as an African[descendant] and another African [descendant]
(usually initial capital letter) of, relating to, or characteristic of a style of literature and art that subordinates form to content, encourages freedom of treatment, emphasizes imagination, emotion, and introspection, and often celebrates nature, the African[BIack identity],and freedom of the African spirit.