This are the golden advice we picked up from an African father while he was giving it to his sons. Enjoy and learn;
1. My son, if you keep spending on a woman and she never asked you
if you’re saving or investing, and she keeps enjoying the attention,
don’t marry her.
2. My son, a woman could be a good wife to you, some could be a
good mother to your children but if you’ve found a woman like a
mother to you, your children and your family, please don’t let her go.
3. My son, don’t confine the position of your wife to the kitchen,
where did you get that from? Even in our days, we had farm-lands
where they worked every morning . . . that was our office.
4. My son, if I tell you that you’re the head of the house, don’t look
at your pocket; look if you will see a smile on your wife’s face.
5. My son, if you want to have a long life, let your wife be in-charge
of your salary, it will be difficult for her to spend it when she’s aware
of the home needs and bills to pay but if it’s in your care, she will
keep you asking even when all has been spent.
6. My son, don’t ever beat your woman, the pain in her body is
nothing to be compared to the wound on her heart and that means
you may be in trouble living with a wounded woman.
7. My son, now that you’re married, if you live a bachelor kind of life
with your wife, you will soon be single again.
8. My son, in our days, we had many wives and many children
because of our large farm-lands and many harvests, there are hardly
any land for farming anymore, so embrace your woman closely.
9. My son, under the cocoa tree that I did meet your mother could be
your eateries and restaurants of nowadays, but remember, the closet
thing we did there was to embrace each other.
10. My son, don’t be carried away when you start making more
money, instead of spending on those tiny legs that never knew how
hard you worked to get it, spend it on that woman that stood by you