Bricks and Roses

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Bricks and Roses approaches the differences between men and women in their nature from a unique viewpoint. Men are and should be similar to bricks in their strength, solidarity and ability to protect themselves and their family. Women are the multifaceted beauty of humanity. Because they are the wellspring of life they require protection, understanding, appreciation and love. These factors create for her the environment she needs to enable her to produce offspring. Understanding and adopting positive characteristics and behaviors makes life enjoyable and fulfilling.

Bricks and Roses is an analogy about male and female nature and characteristics. Dysfunction in both men and woman with respect to relationships between them is evident in most marriages. Children are the innocent victims of the parents negative traits. You can have a better, happier and more enjoyable life when you understand how and why you should be like a brick and a rose.

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The author is the father of six children, five girls and one boy. He, the author, has been married four times and has been divorced three times. The author has 3 years of college and has written short stories and a book of poetry. The author was a licensed contractor at age 24.

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Mar 9, 2004
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