a’s wife is pregnant… conversation ensued…
a: pregnancy is not easy
m: i guess it wasnt meant to be anyway
a: what do you mean?
m: well if u view it as woman’s punishment for screwing up in the beginning, then its the ultimate challenge for a woman, dont u think?
a: ah i see, it is certainly a challenge. i am glad i am not a woman
m: on the other hand, id hate to have to go thru mens challenges
m: being a woman is a responsbility men inherently cant take
a: like what, level-headedness?
m: ha! we are what we are
a: you speak wisely
a: for a woman
m: i wont hide behind silliness
m: it’s a shame that women reduce themselves for men
a: how so?
m: if women fulfilled their holiness and potential, the men of the world would be so much better, and so the world would be so much better off
m: basically, women reduce themselves to grant men’s weaknesses, i.e., all the materialistic bullshit and costuming in fashion and make up and stupid behavior
m: and deep down, what men need is a strong woman… and what they get are silly weak women
m: who think men want silly weak women
m: the world is confused!
a: you should give a class in seminary
m: i wish
m: i’d at least like to write a pamphlet that i can tatoo to women’s foreheads so theyd have to read it wen looking in the mirror
a: you couldnt be more correct
a: men and women are reflections of one another
a: if one acts with silliness, the other will too it goes both ways
a: man can definately bring down a woman as well
a: but there is no question that a strong woman can really get the most out of a man, if she is focused on holiness
m: yeah thats what was intended i think
a: every great rabbi i have ever met, has an absolutely amazing rebbitzen
m: yeah me too
m: i just wish it was better understood… thats what a girl’s seminary year should be about, not learning how to make potato kugel and flirting