Just a Vessel

Kurt Anderson
Feb 14 · 3 min read

Not the leader

I raise up my voice — not so that I can shout, but so that those without a voice can be heard. … We cannot all succeed when half of us are held back.
Malala Yousafzai

Photo by dusan jovic on Unsplash

From an unrealistic standpoint, I suppose I am but a cog in the wheel. For me, since I was young and experimented with psychedelics the great spirit has always shown itself to me as a woman! I myself have always been a divine feminine! I can say becoming aware and accepting this quality has changed my life. I honestly believe that's what we are here for as men, to cultivate our divine fem spirit to help the greater good. That greater good is mostly compiled of the women we seek to treat like slaves in the patriarchy and children.

Call me crazy but I truly believe we are here to help but predominately serve the Queens, I’m old school pardon me. In the old texts, they speak on women being taught the tricks of the trades by higher forces and I believe it. Intuition, quick wit, high pain threshold are just a few of their superpowers. I do believe that the main reason women were looked at as witches and basically enslaved, is because she possessed gifts and knowledge that man had to work hard for. Especially the gift of intuition a women's noble steed and natural guide.

Man seeks to dominate and control and has done so, all of which rests in man's hands was given to him by the Queens who never got their recognition. Yet we love them and make them idols of vanity, instead of giving the credit where it's done! We were put here to do the heavy lifting and women were put here to think and nurture! Another reason I believe the male is not all that he’s cracked up to be. Is when you look at animals most males don’t live very long especially after they reproduce. Female spiders even eat the male to provide nutrients for the young! So who’s really in charge.

Throughout history, men were the hunters and gatherers and went out risking death and not returning. While the man was away what did women do? She came up with ways to make everyday life less strenuous, for herself and the man! Heck, I wouldn’t be surprised if a woman really invented the wheel to make her life easier and stop the man from breaking his back! Regardless this is just my opinion but I feel like we are living truly in a women's world a giant womb, where crazy spacemen have come and enslaved them for their smarts, beauty, and resourcefulness. That's just me! If it wasn’t for strong independent women in my life I don’t know who or where I’d be!

Happy Valentine's to all the mothers and the beautiful Queens out there! I Believe in You!

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Kurt Anderson

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A seeker of truth and kinship. Artist , Entrepreneur, Sous Chef, Healer, Empath, Philosopher, Explorer

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A seeker of truth and kinship. Artist , Entrepreneur, Sous Chef, Healer, Empath, Philosopher, Explorer

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