Hahaha. This reminds me of the chapter in which Bertie Wooster decides women are too intimidating and what he really longs for is a darling daughter. He and Jeeves pack off for some orphanage or other, and he's convinced to volunteer as a sub-teacher or something, and he learns that little girls are horrid and equally intimidating in their own way.
Oh and this reminds me of episode of Malcolm in the Middle where the mother is tired to the boys violence and messiness and has daydreams about three girls. The three little girls are angelic pretty much the whole episode while in real life the boys are causing trouble as always. Then at the end she has a daydream where the girls start arguing over a boy and it goes completely crazy and she realises how lucky she is to have three boys--because when girls fall in love they go nuts.
Yeah I am sure for purposes of comedy the stereotype was useful. It's inaccurate tho.
One hides amid pornography, angry music, television that shows the worst of mankind, misanthropic politics, an internet populace led by all the passions: and then one asks, "Where is God?"
I wonder why it is called OrthodoxChristianity.net?
"The Lord rebukes thee, O devil: He that came into the world and made His dwelling among men, that He might cast down your tyranny, and deliver men."