Woman and Men: are we really so different?

To all the Fellas and the Ladies:  If we go to any barbershop, beauty salon, girls game night, Sunday football over a homey’s house, or every social network on the web, we’ll find the opposite gender’s shortcomings being the topic of conversation.

The group consensus is that the other group is lost!!! If it’s true, why can’t we set aside the bullshit and help each other find our way? I believe deep down inside we know what it would take. The solution is to get beyond our own insecurities.

Imagine what life could be with nothing pushing you to create a facade about who you are. Maybe we could be free from the struggle that comes with trying to force a squared shape into the space made for a circle. Maybe we could all breathe a sigh of relief, knowing that the weight of the world has been lifted from our shoulders, and we’re able to experience the joy that comes from being accepted for who you are (one of the greatest feelings in the world).

Yeah, it’s safe to say we’re lost, but one day we’ll be found. When the frustration of carrying these heavy burdens through life, becomes too much to bear, it’s then we’ll make the decision to strip away all the unnecessary baggage.

I believe the time will come where we no longer look for fabrication as the way to go. Then we’ll have the power to help each other get to a place of freedom. It’s by developing the courage to open up and reveal what’s behind the mask of phoniness. We’ll finally get the chance to see that I am you and you are me, and we’re really being driven by the same things.

Once we realize who’s driving, then we can take the wheel and show each other the way home. Home is with one another, and the only way I can find you, is if you show me where you really are. When there’s nothing left to hide, no one can hide anymore, forcing us to deal with the reality of what’s there. A condition made perfect!!!!

Family, I’m willing to come home, the question is who’s coming with me? Finding home is finding Love; with Love, we’re no longer lost.

Let’s take the time to help by just enjoying each other for who God made us all to be. The truth will never fail us. I’ll put everything on it. That’s my word. I love Y’all.



About Clayton Reid Jones

Who is Clayton Jones? A father, son, friend, a child of God who believes in universal love. He believes truth is the medicine that we should apply to the wounds; that truth is derived from love ...and love is the only way we can heal.
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