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The Concept of Glory

Updated on March 23, 2015

The United States National Anthem

Glory

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What is Glory?

According to Webster's New World Dictionary, "glory" is

* Great Honour, Fame or its source

* Adoration

* Great Splendor, Prosperity, etc.

* Heavenly Bliss

* or To Exult

Let us briefly discuss what "exulting" is. Simply, it is expecting honors or recognition for some kind of achievement and then wallowing in it, instead of accepting the achievement for what it is and positioning to appropriate place.

Relationship of Glory to Holiness:

Relating to the scriptures, "In the beginning God..." and in the end "Amen." The reasoning that Men should rank higher position is because male is attracted to female. Mother Earth is female, and serves as the blessed ground upon which we are able to walk. Mother Earth can blossom to higher voice but must then permit A Man or Men to receive the "Glory". It is due to the EFFORTS and/or ACTIONS of MALE that Mother Earth is able to blossom to extent.

Once Upon a Time:

Once upon a time, when I was a child of approximate 6 years old, children were taught to play proper military, using plastic helmets and guns, by the television show "Combat.". I am female. My Blood Brother Best Friend was, of course, male. We played "Army" all the time.

One day, I decided that I had mastered the game sufficiently enough that it was MY turn to play Lieutenant. We played the relationship between a Sergeant and Lieutenant. He was teaching me. The equipment also belonged to him. So, as we were choosing our helmets and weapons, I said, "I want to be the Lieutenant today," and reached for the Lieutenant Helmet. He promptly grabbed it from me and pointed at me, "You have to play the Sergeant." I said, "Why?" He said, "Because you are the girl."

Although I could not really understand his reasoning, I agreed with him. Plus it was his equipment to start with and he was the one teaching me, so I accepted. We continued to play, having the same amount of fun we always had. There was no difference. But the "Glory" of our play went to him. It FELT proper.

In relationship to human anatomy, it is the male who is equipped with the military "gun". The female anatomy is subservient to the point of a natural "must" to surrender. The alternative would be for the woman to "duel" the male, the natural equipment she is not equipped with nor ultimately intended for. The woman blossoms as a result of the surrender, possibly to bear children or just to satisfy the male hunger for passion and the innate necessity for "gun control."

So what was so bad about me playing Sergeant? Nothing at all. And the Lieutenant continued to teach me mastery of the game. As a result I learned more about what it meant to be a woman, even if I was too young to realize the valuable lesson I was abled to learn.

Conclusion:

One can LISTEN to the "Sound of Glory" by WALLOWING in the Words and Music of the United States National Anthem, video above. The concept is simple. Male always must assume position of highest authority, but a woman is indeed necessary to nurture, support and satisfy the male as he takes action and DOES the physical work of his delegation or "does" the work or action as delegated to HER. SHE is PHYSICALLY INCAPABLE, if INDEED she is a WOMAN, equipped with PROPER WOMB.

Glory Blossom

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    • yupperclub profile imageAUTHOR

      Patti Markow 

      5 years ago from Port Saint Lucie, Florida

      There is a difference between feminists and women. Check out that. Do research on what a feminist really is.

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      Patti Markow 

      5 years ago from Port Saint Lucie, Florida

      MSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS

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      pjgoetch 

      5 years ago

      Ok! Thanks.

    • yupperclub profile imageAUTHOR

      Patti Markow 

      5 years ago from Port Saint Lucie, Florida

      There is a difference between "divine feminine" and womanly...love, mother earth.

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      Patti Markow 

      5 years ago from Port Saint Lucie, Florida

      I think you've mistaken artemis for apollo ... she refused to cooperate and play the part of mother earth spirit. They damned her.

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      pjgoetch 

      5 years ago

      Those Gods were there, as well, as all the other male Gods. I was just referring to the status of Women. As stated in the "Glory" article, when you had to be the Sgt. because you were "the girl".

    • yupperclub profile imageAUTHOR

      Patti Markow 

      5 years ago from Port Saint Lucie, Florida

      Have to disagree with your research...what about the days of Apollo, Mercury and THOR!

      Patti

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      pjgoetch 

      5 years ago

      Hmm, interesting concept of females learning to accept second place in society.

      Thousands of years ago, a peaceful civilization existed. In which the Great Mother Goddess was worshiped. With the rise of patriarchy the power and prestige of the Mother Goddess was gradually diminished and was replaced by God the Father.

      Women were worshiped as Keepers of Knowledge, along with the Wisdom of Prophesy. In Greece, there was the Greek Oracle at Delphi. In 1400 BC, the people would come from all over the known world to have their questions answered by Pythia, Priestess of Apollo.

      In Rome, there were the Vestal Virgins. Who were the keepers of the Sacred Flame. Along with all the Goddesses, then there came the " dark ages", where women were not " set upon the pedestal".

      Now, many believe the time is changing. As we enter into the Age of Aquarius, we enter into an age where the Divine Feminine will re-emerge in human consciousness and bring us back to Unity with All Life on Gaia, our Beloved Planet.

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