>he says you are his goddess, it cant be assumed that he >loves/respects you more than my god who knows im his earth.
he's just not good w/ those terms, that's all.
>personally, i dont agree with that goddess thing. i dont want >to be called goddess.and i think 7's that refer to earth's as >goddess's may have missed something in the lessons.
i really don't know enough to discuss it in that kind of depth, but the way i explained it is the best way i can explain it.
i couldn't be with a man who was not willing to acknowledge the divine feminine not only in me, but in other women as well. that's just how i see things. thankfully, he's able to acknowledge that, just as i see the divinity in him.
>i mean, that's a preference for some, and i can respect it. >but it's not right and exact. being in this nation is more >than being able to recite the degrees and do the math. it >manifests in my ways and actions. its not just a lifestyle. >its the culture i live and breathe. and when i close my >physical eyes i can see EVERYthing which makes uncommon things >like polygyny not only acceptable, but desirable in some >cases.
again, he's expressed that he was different in his first few years, but life and some other factors have opened him to a new interpretation of things.
i've found this to be true of several men over or approaching 30 who joined the nation in their late teens-early 20s.