Most likely, you had better scores in school and university.To be successful in your firm or your organisation, you will have learned how to play along in a traditionally male dominated world. You are most likely independent, determined and a master at getting from A to B.Judaism teaches us that that the relationship of spouses to each other should be "to love her as much as he loves himself, and to respect her even more than he respects himself" (Yevamos 62b). Avraham Twerski noted in his article, Marriage That Endures: “It is of interest that Rambam, in citing the Talmud, reverses the order and places respect before love. Because it is unrealistic to expect that one can have so intense a love from day one. However, respect is something that can begin on day one.” Reversing habits that are disrespectful to your date is key to both unlocking the real potential that exists between the two of you, and getting your relationship off to a healthy start.
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Despite the time you have invested in your education, there is one thing you haven’t been taught—the ability to confidently answer when asked what you want to do after you graduate.
In truth, it’s simply the more grown up version of “What do you want to be when you grow up?
Being independent, determined, directional and focused are great qualities to have; qualities that are more masculine qualities.
They certainly lead to success in a masculine society in which we reward hitting targets, maximising profits and increasing the bottom line.