Is this comment an indication of a girl’s attitude of unfairness in life of yin or yang,  or perhaps a clue to her state of  spirituality?

I read a young woman’s blog article and her comment, “I’m just a girl,” interested me.  The reason I believe her comment interested me is because I just posted King Solomon, Yin and Yang, Wise or Foolish, to describe an interpretation of the Biblical creation of women as a perfect union of yin and yang.

Psychology is a recent science in modern history with beginnings in 1873. My knowledge is limited to only recognize there are numerous different conscious or unconscious motives that may be revealed about ourselves in our comments. If you try to discern the comment made “I am just a girl,” without knowing the reasons behind the comment, how would you discern the motive of the comment?

For example, does her comment reveal a negative attitude to imply feelings of inadequacy, vulnerability, excuse for a failing, or low esteem or spirits? Or, perhaps never being taught spirituality of the plans and purposes of our Creator designed for all of His creations?


The only spiritual answer for physical differences our Creator designed males and females was for His purposes and plan. While each sex has distinct and separate physical qualities and abilities, both have been given the same heart without any limits for spirit.

King Solomon

Many are the plans in a person’s heart, but it is the LORD’s purpose that prevails. (Proverb 19:21)

As in water face reflects face. So the heart of man reflects man. (Proverb 27:19)

A cheerful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones. (Proverb 17:22)

What Is My Point

Thousands of years before psychology, wise men or philosophers gave advice to heal or motivate minds and hearts.  King Solomon proverbs have been described as “the granddaddy of self-improvement book ever written.”

In My Opinion.

The Bible is the best source to learn wisdom and love, and a lifelong guide for both men and women’s spirituality health during our short lifespans on earth.

In today’s modern world though, too many people spend more time on their cellphones than focusing on knowing themselves, or reading their Bible according to a recent comment made by a wise man and spiritual leader about the time we spend on cell phones instead of the Bible.

You Decide

Anyone with wisdom knows we all will experience ups and downs in our spirits in our lives. If your daughter makes a comment,” I’m just a girl,”

Is she searching to find a place in this world like the above sign?

is her spirit in need of healing?.

Will  the information found in a Bible or advice found in a Psychologist Office, or on a Cell Phone, be the best choice to help heal her spirits, find her place in the world,  or find spirituality in her life?

Then again, maybe she is just making light of women’s unique tastes and circumstances in life? If so, disregard this post and “just” enjoy being a girl.

Regards and goodwill blogging.


King Solomon, Yin and Yang, Wise or Foolish HERE

Pope Francis Cell Phone Comment HERE

Wikipedia History of Psychology HERE

Psychology Smart Girls HERE