Spiritual conviction, the source of transcendence and extraordinary strength in both men and women throughout history is sorely lacking in our postmodern secular culture.
For us, women untethered since the 60’s from the anchor of a maternal role and identity, our existential sense of security, power and selfhood is largely, unapologetically if not unconsciously, still being sought and promoted through our sexuality–this is who we believe we a lot of evolution here.
Several hundred years later during the flowering of the Enlightenment, women emerged as equal intellectual partners with men in the salons of England, France and Germany–hotbeds of intellectual, philosophical and religious discussion.
Using a fork, break the white (but be sure to leave the yolk intact) so it runs in all of the open space.We owe a tremendous debt of gratitude to those courageous women who fought to change this. From the 11 century women were excluded from universities.This meant also being deprived of the intellectual and cultural creative friction and interchange that takes place around institutions of learning which helps hone major thought leaders.However, unlike many women today, we do not share the view that elevating this primordial role and its incumbent capacity for nurturance and care, the liberating next step for women. But for any woman who has or is experiencing motherhood, the all consuming focus–physically, emotionally and mentally is almost incomparable to any other occupation, and leaves little room, or energy for other matters.(This itself is a challenge for postmodern women – another topic!