Hey sistas, [When we really think about it, I mean really think about it can we really see Ma'at's husband as the bad guy? Her only concern was that she not lose him because he met her needs and desires. As a result of her fear of losing him she restricted his world to the confines of her home while she went out to win the respect and admiration of the village. When the queen offered him a greater existance and he destroyed Ma'at was he destroying anything but his restrictions? Does this remind anyone of the Garden of Eden story where the god is angry at the man for wanting more? Sisters, love our brothas. Don't restrict them then get mad when they break out of our restrictions. A successful relationship is one where each person strives to love the other in whatever way the other needs. The unsuccessful relationship is where each person is so worried about getting enough love that the thought of giving love rarely if ever enters their mind. When we come into the knowledge of who we are as invincible queens that is not the time to make the brothas pay for what they have done. That is the time to realize the role we played in the game and make peace.