Think about a banana, the banana is full of essentials for the body that help maintain our health. The pseudostem looks like a trunk and it is tightly packed, the leaves develop from the pseudostem and produce fruit. The bud forms at the bottom, and the weight causes it to change direction and grow toward the ground. Geotropism is the response to gravity, and it happens when the root grows within gravity. But, negative geotropism is the growth against gravity. The banana, which originated in the rain forest where there is little sunlight, found a way to grow toward the sun—and not topple over.
I think men are in the same position as the banana at this point in society. The boys are growing in the environment covered up by feminine ideology, so at some point when they come to age there is a way to grow amongst the cover up. The boys have so much feminine shade around them, it’s to the point where they want to find the masculine light. The curve needs to happen, the curve away from the darkness—a curve toward the light. This light is the only way to get the boys (banana) to grow, and this needs to happen without being imbalanced, which the banana does as it holds a heavy load. And it is a very heavy load to carry when a boy is trying to find the ways of the man amongst women.
This proverbial light can come in a few ways for the boys to grow from. The stand-up men dropping jewels and lending a helping hand can be a source of light. The proper examples on social media that comes across their phones or computers can be a source of light. The education of the boys is the at the highest source of light for them to grow.
More to come....
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