GOD IS A WOMAN.
A Mugumo tree looks like any other tree, save for its humongous size and the myths that revolve around it. It is believed that going around it seven times changes your sex; we are yet to find someone with first-hand experience regarding that belief. The tree is also known as a strangler fig tree since it makes a home on another tree until the host tree eventually runs out of air, food, and space. Once this happens, the tree is pushed out of the ecosystem and it dies a natural death. The Mugumo tree then thrives and it unapologetically grows stronger and mightier.
I guess it is only natural to want to overshadow every other thing with similar characteristics. Simply put, all living things have this desire to become the one and only, to receive preferential treatment; the pursuit of exclusivity if you will. Not only is this desire common with things and people living on earth, and here’s why I say so. In the Bible, God sees to it that the men and women he inspired to write the book use a capital G when writing about him. Additionally, he gives the Israelites Ten Commandments, cast on stone (sic) and one of these commandments asks these people to worship no other God but him. Let us not even get started on how that remotely suggests the existence of other gods. Point is, that God wants us to focus all our attention and energy on Him and only Him. He gets jealous. Maybe God is a woman.
ALSO, READ; HUSH.
God is most definitely a woman. Only mamas have a love running so deep that they forbid you to see other mamas. Jealousy is activated when someone gets the feeling that they are about to be dethroned from a valued relationship or position. The emotion is felt in the amygdala and may make you experience physical pain, but only slightly. Most of the said pain is psychological. Over time, women have evolved to develop a sixth sense that lets them know when their man’s attention is on a different female. The woman is tasked to mark her territory because men are naturally polygamous. Like bees, they suck from every flower they find attractive. In an attempt to mark what is rightfully theirs, lionesses are known to pee on their men/lions whereas human women use toothbrushes and innerwear to say ‘I was here first.’
God is a woman.
PS; Easter ilikuwaje majamaa? Eh… na si mnaglow.