“A woman is always going to be more energetically powerful than you. She’s always going to be more emotionally powerful than you. And, she’s more sexually powerful than you. Period. Forever. She’ll be a tornado sometimes. She’ll be a hurricane sometimes. A flood. A fire. She’s Nature herself. You can run from that (and become lost). You can try to control her (unsuccessfully). You can be rigid about it (and be broken). Or you can stand in your absolute masculine presence and do your best to serve her heart. There will be some times that you will distinctly see how you are serving her and the rest of the time… she will be trusting you – she will be growing in the trust of your depth. You have a gift to give your woman – and she wants to receive it. Feel the truth of that. Stay in the depth of your gift and your truth even while she is in the truth of her feminine nature. She will burn, flow, rain, shine, storm – and through all of it, she just wants to experience your presence. The gift you receive is the opportunity to face death – death of Ego and a window to LIFE and PLEASURE and TRUTH… But ONLY – if you remain present.” ~ David Deida
On Sunday morning, Mother’s Day, I encountered a chain of events within the hour that led to me being unexpectedly invited to a Zion church meeting (I was on my way to have coffee at The Coffee Guys – South Beach near Moyo uShaka Beach). What a lovely encounter and great start to the day. There are many photos, some of which I will post in the days to come: all taken on the beach in front of Afro’s South Beach, Durban, South Africa.
“The Zion Christian Church (or ZCC) is one of the largest African initiated churches in southern Africa, with members belonging to the main ZCC star and members belonging to the splinter group Saint Engenas ZCC.  The church’s headquarters are at Zion City Moria in Limpopo Province, South Africa (Northern Transvaal). The main church is led by Bishop BE Ramarumo Lekgenyane and the splinter group is led by Joseph Lekganyane. The church fuses African traditions and values with Christian faith. As opposed to the mainstream European churches, the church has sought independence and autonomy in terms of theological and dogmatic approach” ~ Wikipedia
Canon South Africa 6D from Orms, Canon EF 17–40mm lens, F11, 1/00 sec, ISO 100, Photo “Woman”
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