Remember the good times when we prayed holding hands before we ate homecooked dinner together as a family at the sacred dinner table after school and on Sundays? The sweet aroma from the food being cooked filled the air while the love energy of what you were about to consume made everyone’s heart smile. The “home-cooked family dinner” ritual was prevalent in the 19th century up until 2001. What has happened to cause this change in love, family, and dinner time? The answer to this is why the chapter “Cooking Queen,” in my latest book “7 Types of Queens, Kings Desire” is so controversial to some women and an eyeopener to most. It troubles me to find so many of our queens, refusing to cook for themselves, their family, or for their future husbands. One would have to think, is this the reason why men aren’t motivated to be home with their wife and families?
Equally important, there was a time, when I was growing up, young ladies were proud and eager to cook full course meal, and kept great grades, played sports while in high school. This had to be a great help to their mothers and fathers, especially in single parent homes. The paradox here is that young women aren’t being taught how to cook or sew, and therefore can’t teach their future sons and daughters; the demands of everyday life makes it almost impossible for career women to have the time to prepare dinner after like in the 80’s and 90’s. A solution to this is to prepare and season the food the day before, which will cut down the meal preparation time in half. Even the love music isn’t the same; R&B today is more about lust, one-night stands, and materialist things. In the defense of women, men aren’t playing their roles either as providers, and protectors for their families or communities.
In the same fashion, millennial men are more concerned about looking cute, wearing the latest pair of overpriced Jordans, and that their pants are tight enough so that they can sag their pants “showing their ass” (which is a sign of homosexuals). Could this be the reason women are hiding from the kitchen stove and men are more cowardly than ever? There aren’t any good men left to cook for or worth the effort to standup preparing a meal for a couple of hours. Cooking is the way to a man’s heart. That old saying still lives on today, and will live on for as long as there are people living on earth. It gives us strength, vitality, and the energy needed to defend the woman our hearts desire and to be brave enough to stand on the frontline for our community. Without this vital source of energy from women, men will forever be weak and feminine.
In addition, an older friend of mine, Mrs. G. Cameron, wrote a spiritually delicious book called, “Around The Dinner Table.” It talks about her family cooking traditions and how many great memories were created through cooking, and at the dinner table. The dinner table these days are our living rooms, coffee tables, couches, and bedrooms. The only times most people eat at the dinner table these days are during the holidays, such as on Kwanzaa, Easter, and Thanksgiving. We’re missing out on a great deal of blessings and bonding time through praying to give thanks to God for the ability to have life and good food to eat. Truth be told Thanksgiving is everyday. A family that prays together stays together!
The love energy produced through cooking a great nutrious meal is irreplaceable. I can’t foresee better days for our society if we don’t get the traditional family back on the map – One Woman and One Man and Children = The Original Trinity. We need to take heed of this, and must bring our families back to their right minds starting with what is placed into our stomach. Researchers are uncovering the details of how the foods we consume affect our cravings, our moods, and even our memories; there only so many French fries and hamburgers a body can take before it breaks down.
In conclusion, if you enjoyed this article then you’ll fall in love my latest book, especially chapter three, “Cooking Queen!” I highly recommend that everyone gets a copy of my book, “7 Types of Queens, Kings Desire.” It’s a powerful piece of literature that features several types of women from ancient times to today, i.e., First Lady Michelle Obama, Princes Diana, Florence “Flo-Jo” Griffith Joyner, Queen Nzingah, Queen Esther, Queen of Sheba, etc. The book compares women of antiquity with the sopifhicated woman of today that feels as if she doesn’t need a good man or has to cook when she can order with her debit. We want our men back home – lets start with giving them a reason to not only stay home but to be happy at home. Home is where the heart is. Oh, by the way, a woman that can cook is more sexy and attractive then an Instagram model that can’t! ☺
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