Be a Bird

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Isaiah 40:31 But they who wait for the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles; they shall run and not be weary; they shall walk and not faint.
It is usually offensive to tell a woman she’s a bird, but I have a new light for it today. God tells us to be like eagles.. want to know why? A female eagle tested her mate several times before she settles to have eaglets. How? She takes a stick and drops it in the air. The male eagle must catch it before it hits the ground. Then she finds a bigger rock and drops it from an even high height. The male must catch it. Then she finds an even bigger rock and drops it from an even high height. Again, the male must catch it before it hits the ground. She will do that repeatedly until she is sure he can handle the job and responsibilities of being a mate and a father. 

I say if even a bird does it, we should think twice before taking any man that shows us affection.This process keeps us strong in the faith. You won’t grow weary knowing that you are weeding out the pretenders. This is the process of waiting for the one. There is only one man for me. Of course it’s going to get frustrating when many pursue you AND you entertain them. Men have changed the game by making us feel guilty for making it hard to talk to us. It is not supposed to be easy! That’s why men don’t stick around. They said they want it easy but they lie. The women they marry are virgins and made themselves very hard to get. Men are looking for something different. You can’t catch anybody’s eye looking like everybody else. Try covering up and making it work to get your number. Try waiting for someone who will CONSISTENTLY pursue. Trust that there is one who will work for you AND that you’re worth the work. 

Are you trigonometry or basic addition? For every complex math equation there is a mathematician that looks forward to solving it. I know I want to be a bird and I don’t care how men take it. I have proved my worth or else you wouldn’t be chasing me, but you have not proved your worth to me. In the words of the famous Olivia Pope, “You want me? EARN ME!” I hope I see more lady birds around my way. 

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