Lillian the Domestic Engineer
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labor round the clock at mustering the making of miracles.
In the name of Love they undertake to partake
in the free rearing of a humanity for its own sake.
Traditionally a Mom she has been
whether or not her heart was in it.
Assumptions and inequality
attempting to feed
the needs of reality starved communities.
Thankfully with the potential for equality
in conversation now at Internet Speed
and a Boomers desire to Liberate Humanity
domestication is finally being viewed in a new way.
Just being female no longer makes it true
that domestication is meant for you.
I'm alright with that. I believe in equality.
I hope that my Sons will each have the opportunity
to experience Fatherhood, guiltlessly.
From within the confines of a domesticity
that is valued in a society
as a worthy and rewarding career.
The world is at work
changing the way we view the Homemaker and domesticity
and so it darn well should be.
The business of being at home is becoming less of a gender issue
and more a reaction to the needs of family in community.
Families of Humans
who undertake to partake
in the rearing of humanity for goodness sakes...
Living with a Zen to be-
each however individually
able to simply Live and let be.
So be it.
Tis the differences between us that make the world interesting
-Lest we forget that.
Blessed be our children by the Love that abounds
in households being liberated the world round.
Home is where the heart is and where our children should be!
Homemaker have earned a priceless place in humanity.
Building the houses of our communities
into homes of safe growth and moral integrity.
By investing in the value of raising humanity
we ensure the future of our own sanity.
Perhaps the time has finally come
for the world to rally behind our "Moms"
be that a he or a she
to liberate the finances for domesticity
to help make family all that it can be.
The Society of Domestic Engineers
A silent majority
that leads to your door
should never disappear....
we've seen that road before my dear
it always leads to here...
do we really value
our Domestic Engineers?
How do we value the Homemaker in the 21st Century?
At $97,000.00 a year "Experts" say.
At what cost do we work to keep the Homemaker from obscurity?
At any cost, I say!
Isn't it an occupation that we must finally undertake to pay
knowing that the absence of
results in the cost being higher than we can afford to
and much more than we should be willing to pay.