By Patricia McKinney
When God created the heavens and earth and all of it's splendor, He also created mankind. After created mankind he formed the most unique and wonderfully made being, the woman. When God created the black woman, he used a diverse hew of complexion, from bistre colored brown, to mocha, caramel and vanilla. He used a plethora of colors to describe the black woman. Some he detailed with high cheek bones, and round faces, while some are more narrow in structure. He made them big and tall, short and curvaceous, and tall and slim.
The Most High God placed within them the nature of sensitivity, emotion, and a motherly instinct to care for their young and others. He made woman to be delicate like a flower, yet strong enough to bare children and endure the pain of labor. A woman that has matured is like a well watered garden, where the young can go to seek nourishment, by gleaning from her wisdom and knowledge.