A Letter from God to Woman



When I created the heavens and the earth,
I spoke them into being.
When I created man, I formed him and
breathed life into his nostrils.
But you, I fashioned
after I breathed the breath of life into man
because your nostrils are too delicate.
I allowed a deep sleep to come over him so
I could patiently and perfectly fashion you.

Man was put to sleep so that
he could not interfere with the creativity.

From one bone, I fashioned you.
I chose the bone that protects man’s life.
I chose the rib,
which protects his heart and lungs and supports him,
as you are meant to do.

Around this one bone, I shaped you …….
I modeled you.
I created you perfectly and beautifully.
Your characteristics are as the rib,
strong yet delicate and fragile.

You provide protection for
the most delicate organ in man, his heart.
His heart is the centre of his being;
his lungs hold the breath of life.
The rib cage will allow itself to be broken
before it will allow damage to the heart.

You are my perfect angel…. You are my beautiful little girl.
You have grown to be a splendid woman of excellence,
and my eyes fill when I see the virtues in your heart.

Your eyes — don’t change them.
Your lips — how lovely when they part in prayer.
Your nose, so perfect in form.
Your hands so gentle to touch.

I’ve caressed your face in your deepest sleep.
I’ve held your heart close to mine.
Of all that lives and breathes, you are most like me.

Adam walked with me in the cool of the day,
yet he was lonely.
He could not see me or touch me. He could only feel me.
So everything I wanted Adam to share
and experience with me, I fashioned in you;
my holiness, my strength, my purity,
my love, my protection and support.
You are special because you are an extension of Me.

Man represents my image, woman my emotions.
Together, you represent the totality of God.
You are loved, respected and fragile.

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