The “O” Factor: Relationship Principles for Women
by Dr. Sybil B. Pentsil
Women wear so many hats in life – we are mothers, sisters, daughters etc. Each hat comes with its own expectations and we often find ourselves overwhelmed because we want to play each role well, look good and handle our business! In the Akan tribe of Ghana, the phrase obaa sima refers to a woman of strength, nurture, and love. She is more than a diva; she is an ideal woman who has the ‘it’ factor in all walks of life. We all want that ‘it’ factor, don’t we? It is right here in The “O” Factor! The “O” in The “O” Factor stands for obaa sima. In this book you will find the principles that define a modern day multi-tasking obaa sima who plays multiple roles and wears many hats. The principles are real and can be applied by women from all walks of life. Each principle is emphasized by biblical women whose decisions serve as examples, cautions, warnings or the goal for today’s obaa sima.