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Another One, Arguing, and Dating: FIND THAT PERSON WHO'S GOING TO INTRODUCE YOU TO/THE NEXT LEVEL OD DAILY DOSE What do you think? Is this becoming history? โœฒโ™ž โœ‘ Some argue that the concept of being a gentleman is archaic. Others argue that the rules of being a gentleman have not and cannot change, and if youโ€™re not standing reflexively when a woman enters the room, then you might as well go live under a bridge. Being a modern gentleman is both of these things, but also neither. Iโ€™m sure as hell not throwing my jacket over a mud puddle. But at the same time, any man who wants to rise above and stand out (in a good way) needs to keep in mind a few things that separate a modern gentleman from, well, everyone else. Consider the following: โœ‘........... ๐Ÿšป -Standing when women enter-leave the room: While itโ€™s always a good idea to stand when being introduced, standing just because of a womanโ€™s presence will come off as weird to most women. And, admit it, it kind of is. โœง Offering your seat at a dinner table: If your host is expecting a party of a certain number, itโ€™s up to the host or the restaurant to ensure there are enough seats. If an unexpected female guest shows up, well that probably means the host didnโ€™t want her there anyway. Besides, you know whatโ€™s not gentlemanly? Awkwardly hovering over a table of seated guests after you gave up your chair to an uninvited diner. โœง Helping her with her coat: This, on its own, is a fine idea. Itโ€™s a great gesture and itโ€™s really adorable to see, say, a married couple doing this. However, if this is early in the dating game, she may not want you touching her stuff, and in all likelihood she wonโ€™t know what youโ€™re trying to do. As important as it is to be gallant and kind, itโ€™s even more important to make sure your date doesnโ€™t feel like an idiot. โœ‘ Helping her with her chair: Again, nothing wrong with the gesture itself. Itโ€™s just another one of those things that women arenโ€™t accustomed to anymore. Besides, at a decent place the host or waitstaff usually assists with this. โœฑ ๐Ÿ’ก @timkarsliyev .
Another One, Arguing, and Dating: FIND THAT PERSON WHO'S GOING TO
 INTRODUCE YOU TO/THE NEXT LEVEL
 OD
 DAILY DOSE
What do you think? Is this becoming history? โœฒโ™ž โœ‘ Some argue that the concept of being a gentleman is archaic. Others argue that the rules of being a gentleman have not and cannot change, and if youโ€™re not standing reflexively when a woman enters the room, then you might as well go live under a bridge. Being a modern gentleman is both of these things, but also neither. Iโ€™m sure as hell not throwing my jacket over a mud puddle. But at the same time, any man who wants to rise above and stand out (in a good way) needs to keep in mind a few things that separate a modern gentleman from, well, everyone else. Consider the following: โœ‘........... ๐Ÿšป -Standing when women enter-leave the room: While itโ€™s always a good idea to stand when being introduced, standing just because of a womanโ€™s presence will come off as weird to most women. And, admit it, it kind of is. โœง Offering your seat at a dinner table: If your host is expecting a party of a certain number, itโ€™s up to the host or the restaurant to ensure there are enough seats. If an unexpected female guest shows up, well that probably means the host didnโ€™t want her there anyway. Besides, you know whatโ€™s not gentlemanly? Awkwardly hovering over a table of seated guests after you gave up your chair to an uninvited diner. โœง Helping her with her coat: This, on its own, is a fine idea. Itโ€™s a great gesture and itโ€™s really adorable to see, say, a married couple doing this. However, if this is early in the dating game, she may not want you touching her stuff, and in all likelihood she wonโ€™t know what youโ€™re trying to do. As important as it is to be gallant and kind, itโ€™s even more important to make sure your date doesnโ€™t feel like an idiot. โœ‘ Helping her with her chair: Again, nothing wrong with the gesture itself. Itโ€™s just another one of those things that women arenโ€™t accustomed to anymore. Besides, at a decent place the host or waitstaff usually assists with this. โœฑ ๐Ÿ’ก @timkarsliyev .

What do you think? Is this becoming history? โœฒโ™ž โœ‘ Some argue that the concept of being a gentleman is archaic. Others argue that the rules o...

Baseball, Dating, and Future: Dear future wife, it is okay to be strong and independent and be vulnerable at the same time. FB/IG:@Blackcitygirl So what if a man falls in love with what he does and gives to a woman?! How does THAT affect everyday life for you, a single woman busy dating yourself and paying your own bills, what men do is none of your business right? Wrong. You see a lot of women have become so independent that when MEN offer to GIVE and DO for them they dismiss their offers, as if all men have an ulterior motive. For instance in the work place, she'll be carrying something heavy and he'll ask "do you need help?" she'll quickly say "no I'm fine" or he'll offer to open the door and she'll say "hey I can open my own doors" what this translates to him is "STAY AWAY FROM ME" whereas in your mind you're just showing how capable you are as a woman. Add to the fact sometimes you're tired and stressed and have on your screw face ๐Ÿ˜กI'm totally guilty of this btw so a few weeks ago no word of a lie, I decided to do an experiment, every time a guy offered to help I showed him a smile and instead of snapping I said "yeah sure thanks" let me tell you ladies the results have been ASTOUNDING in one month 1. I was carrying like 5 grocery bags on my way home, wearing no make up and a baseball cap and it was raining and a guy asked if I needed help w- my bags, normally I'd roll my eyes and think "he just thirsty" but I accepted and once he'd dropped off my bags he said "I've never done this before" 2. I got into an argument in a cheap hardware store over my headphones and a random guy intervened on my behalf, normally I'd have "given him the side eye" but I smiled and said thank you and he bought me a new pair of headphones 3. After smiling and getting into a convo with an older man one lunchtime, mid way through our convo he asked "what do you wanna eat I'll get you" I was floored!!! None of the guys above asked for my number! Nope there was no cleavage bearing "wink wink" sexually suggestive behavior, this was straight me being a warm and friendly version of myself. As strong and educated as you maybe it pays to be VULNERABLE in the presence of men. You may not need help and that man may not be your future husband but being open to men giving and doing for you starts in your SINGLE SEASON. Blackcitygirl
Baseball, Dating, and Future: Dear future wife, it is okay to be
 strong and independent and be
 vulnerable at the same time.
 FB/IG:@Blackcitygirl
So what if a man falls in love with what he does and gives to a woman?! How does THAT affect everyday life for you, a single woman busy dating yourself and paying your own bills, what men do is none of your business right? Wrong. You see a lot of women have become so independent that when MEN offer to GIVE and DO for them they dismiss their offers, as if all men have an ulterior motive. For instance in the work place, she'll be carrying something heavy and he'll ask "do you need help?" she'll quickly say "no I'm fine" or he'll offer to open the door and she'll say "hey I can open my own doors" what this translates to him is "STAY AWAY FROM ME" whereas in your mind you're just showing how capable you are as a woman. Add to the fact sometimes you're tired and stressed and have on your screw face ๐Ÿ˜กI'm totally guilty of this btw so a few weeks ago no word of a lie, I decided to do an experiment, every time a guy offered to help I showed him a smile and instead of snapping I said "yeah sure thanks" let me tell you ladies the results have been ASTOUNDING in one month 1. I was carrying like 5 grocery bags on my way home, wearing no make up and a baseball cap and it was raining and a guy asked if I needed help w- my bags, normally I'd roll my eyes and think "he just thirsty" but I accepted and once he'd dropped off my bags he said "I've never done this before" 2. I got into an argument in a cheap hardware store over my headphones and a random guy intervened on my behalf, normally I'd have "given him the side eye" but I smiled and said thank you and he bought me a new pair of headphones 3. After smiling and getting into a convo with an older man one lunchtime, mid way through our convo he asked "what do you wanna eat I'll get you" I was floored!!! None of the guys above asked for my number! Nope there was no cleavage bearing "wink wink" sexually suggestive behavior, this was straight me being a warm and friendly version of myself. As strong and educated as you maybe it pays to be VULNERABLE in the presence of men. You may not need help and that man may not be your future husband but being open to men giving and doing for you starts in your SINGLE SEASON. Blackcitygirl

So what if a man falls in love with what he does and gives to a woman?! How does THAT affect everyday life for you, a single woman busy dati...

Africa, Beautiful, and Dating: What is a Queen wthout her nj My daughter will be African, her mother is going to teach her to love her natural beauty, from the moment she is born. I will teach her the same, not just by what I tell her, but what I show her. Her mother will be African & practice natural beauty as a way of life just by being true to her ancestors & her beautiful African culture. We will raise her eating organic, natural electrical alkaline soul food. There will be no superficiality, she will be home schooled or schooled in a pan African school run by Africans & taught an Afrocentric curriculum. I went to European school, run by Europeans, that had a European curriculum. It was miseducation. It's fine for Europeans but not for Africans. We will make sure she knows Herstory not just the story of men. We will inform her about all religions & show her the reality of man & how regardless of his preaching, his actions negate his fantasies. We will teach her about MA'AT, food combining, circadian rhythms of the body, police brutality, transatlantic & trans Saharan slavery, colonialism, Kemet, Kush, the dogon, the himba, the Gerzeans, Badarians & Nagadans, because many of the Neolithic African cultures were matriarchal, she will learn this when I teach her about the people at Merimde & how the Africans called the Natufians were the first peoples in Palestine 10,000 years ago. I will teach her how using radiocarbon dating, the Archaeologists Alison brooks & John Yellen have uncovered artefacts that highlight advanced Katandan & Ishango cultures in east central Africa, that date back as old as 70,000 years ago. This level of advancement was not achieved out of Africa until at least 54,000 years later. I will teach her about the Queens, the farmers the freedom fighters and the mothers of civilisation. How it was an African woman Fatima Cรฉcile Fatiman, who was the spiritual leader of the Haitian revolution, she organised the Voodoo ceremony at Bois Caรฏman which was the starting point for the only revolution in human history, where the enslaved population have overthrown the oppressive goverment & become the goverment. I will teach her that she matters & is a Goddess & original creator of life. chakabars
Africa, Beautiful, and Dating: What is a Queen
 wthout her
 nj
My daughter will be African, her mother is going to teach her to love her natural beauty, from the moment she is born. I will teach her the same, not just by what I tell her, but what I show her. Her mother will be African & practice natural beauty as a way of life just by being true to her ancestors & her beautiful African culture. We will raise her eating organic, natural electrical alkaline soul food. There will be no superficiality, she will be home schooled or schooled in a pan African school run by Africans & taught an Afrocentric curriculum. I went to European school, run by Europeans, that had a European curriculum. It was miseducation. It's fine for Europeans but not for Africans. We will make sure she knows Herstory not just the story of men. We will inform her about all religions & show her the reality of man & how regardless of his preaching, his actions negate his fantasies. We will teach her about MA'AT, food combining, circadian rhythms of the body, police brutality, transatlantic & trans Saharan slavery, colonialism, Kemet, Kush, the dogon, the himba, the Gerzeans, Badarians & Nagadans, because many of the Neolithic African cultures were matriarchal, she will learn this when I teach her about the people at Merimde & how the Africans called the Natufians were the first peoples in Palestine 10,000 years ago. I will teach her how using radiocarbon dating, the Archaeologists Alison brooks & John Yellen have uncovered artefacts that highlight advanced Katandan & Ishango cultures in east central Africa, that date back as old as 70,000 years ago. This level of advancement was not achieved out of Africa until at least 54,000 years later. I will teach her about the Queens, the farmers the freedom fighters and the mothers of civilisation. How it was an African woman Fatima Cรฉcile Fatiman, who was the spiritual leader of the Haitian revolution, she organised the Voodoo ceremony at Bois Caรฏman which was the starting point for the only revolution in human history, where the enslaved population have overthrown the oppressive goverment & become the goverment. I will teach her that she matters & is a Goddess & original creator of life. chakabars

My daughter will be African, her mother is going to teach her to love her natural beauty, from the moment she is born. I will teach her the ...

Best Friend, Dating, and Fall: "And We created you in pairs" Qur'an (78:8) I REALLY LOVE THIS STORY, SUCH A GREAT LESSON. My husband doesn't have a lot, neither of us do. We scrape and scrape to pay bills and put food in our bellies, but after almost 2 years of dating we decided that we couldn't wait anymore, so we didn't. I wasn't even thinking about rings, I just wanted to marry my best friend, but he wouldn't have it. He scraped up just enough money to buy me two matching rings from Pandora. Sterling silver and CZ to be exact. That's what sits on my ring finger, and I am so in love with them. . - While we were purchasing my rings however, another lady that was working there came over to help the lady selling them to us. She said, "Y'all can you believe that some men get these as engagement rings? How pathetic." When she said that I watched my now husband's face fall. He already felt like a failure, asking me again and again "Are you sure you'll be happy with these? Are you sure this is okay?" He was so upset at the idea of not making me happy enough and of me not wanting to marry him because my rings didn't cost enough money or weren't flashy enough. . - I said, "It isn't the ring that matters, it is the love that goes into buying one that is." We bought the rings and left. Y'all I would have gotten married to this man if it had been a 25ยข gum ball machine ring. When did our nation fall so far to think the only way a man can truly love a woman is if he buys her $3,000+ jewelry and makes a public decree of his affection with said flashy ring? Sure they are nice, sure the sentiment is wonderful and I'm not trying to cut down any of your experiences, but when did it come to all that? Why do material possessions equate love?? . - My husband was so afraid of me not wanting him because he couldn't afford a piece of jewelry. He was afraid that the love I have for him would pale because he couldn't afford the wedding set I wanted. The world has made it this way and it is so sad. But here I am though, Court-House married, $130 ring set, the love of my life by my side and happier than I could ever imagine." โ–ƒโ–ƒโ–ƒโ–ƒโ–ƒโ–ƒโ–ƒโ–ƒโ–ƒโ–ƒโ–ƒโ–ƒโ–ƒโ–ƒโ–ƒโ–ƒโ–ƒโ–ƒ @abed.alii ๐Ÿ“
Best Friend, Dating, and Fall: "And We created you in pairs" Qur'an (78:8)
I REALLY LOVE THIS STORY, SUCH A GREAT LESSON. My husband doesn't have a lot, neither of us do. We scrape and scrape to pay bills and put food in our bellies, but after almost 2 years of dating we decided that we couldn't wait anymore, so we didn't. I wasn't even thinking about rings, I just wanted to marry my best friend, but he wouldn't have it. He scraped up just enough money to buy me two matching rings from Pandora. Sterling silver and CZ to be exact. That's what sits on my ring finger, and I am so in love with them. . - While we were purchasing my rings however, another lady that was working there came over to help the lady selling them to us. She said, "Y'all can you believe that some men get these as engagement rings? How pathetic." When she said that I watched my now husband's face fall. He already felt like a failure, asking me again and again "Are you sure you'll be happy with these? Are you sure this is okay?" He was so upset at the idea of not making me happy enough and of me not wanting to marry him because my rings didn't cost enough money or weren't flashy enough. . - I said, "It isn't the ring that matters, it is the love that goes into buying one that is." We bought the rings and left. Y'all I would have gotten married to this man if it had been a 25ยข gum ball machine ring. When did our nation fall so far to think the only way a man can truly love a woman is if he buys her $3,000+ jewelry and makes a public decree of his affection with said flashy ring? Sure they are nice, sure the sentiment is wonderful and I'm not trying to cut down any of your experiences, but when did it come to all that? Why do material possessions equate love?? . - My husband was so afraid of me not wanting him because he couldn't afford a piece of jewelry. He was afraid that the love I have for him would pale because he couldn't afford the wedding set I wanted. The world has made it this way and it is so sad. But here I am though, Court-House married, $130 ring set, the love of my life by my side and happier than I could ever imagine." โ–ƒโ–ƒโ–ƒโ–ƒโ–ƒโ–ƒโ–ƒโ–ƒโ–ƒโ–ƒโ–ƒโ–ƒโ–ƒโ–ƒโ–ƒโ–ƒโ–ƒโ–ƒ @abed.alii ๐Ÿ“

I REALLY LOVE THIS STORY, SUCH A GREAT LESSON. My husband doesn't have a lot, neither of us do. We scrape and scrape to pay bills and put fo...