Ministering Angels

"They neither marry nor are given in marriage; but are appointed angels in heaven, which angels are ministering servants, to minister for those what are worthy of a far more, and an exceeding, and an eternal weight of glory."

Friday, June 17, 2005

A Cowpie for Johnny Lingo

By Melinda

I cringed at the display set up next to the wedding guestbook. A small case with twelve tiny Holsteins in it stood next to a gold-bordered sign that proclaimed in calligraphy, "Jill is my twelve-cow wife." Good for her; she beat Mahana by fifty percent.

In the movie, Johnny Lingo, the richest, most handsome man on the island returns to marry the ugliest, shyest woman on the island. Mahana is so socially backward that she spends her days hiding in a tree, while the villagers yell, "Mahana you ugly!" But Johnny Lingo knows the true Mahana. He pays her father eight cows for permission to marry her, more for her than any groom has ever paid for a bride. He treats her like a queen. Under his love, Mahana blossoms into a beautiful gracious woman.

For those who identified with Johnny Lingo, the story has a good moral. Treat others well because they will respond to your treatment and become who you expect them to be.

But for those of us who identified with Mahana, the moral is crippling. Someone must rescue you from the tree and treat you like you're beautiful before you'll be able to change.

I bet if Johnny Lingo had never showed up, Mahana would have gotten herself down from the tree. She would have decided she was a beautiful gracious woman, and because she believed that, people would treat her like one. She would have done it without Johnny Lingo and his smelly cows.

I got myself down from the tree without a Johnny Lingo. Of course, since I had to do it myself, I've got a chip on my shoulder about the whole situation. If Johnny Lingo ever does show up, he'd better start off with an apology for neglecting me, or I'm likely to tell him he can pack it in and go marry a chimp, because I found out I don't need him to rescue me, thank you very much.

But then again, if a not-so-rich, not-so-handsome man shows up, I might go a little easier on him. He can give me a cow, I'll give him a cow, we'll call it even and get on with the business of living.

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at 6/19/2005 3:54 AM Blogger bboy-Mike said...

While I've heard this story many times before, this is the first time I've ever heard this type of interpretation of it; and I think you're spot on.

Instead of the woman being able to understand and develop herself, it is implicit that her true value comes from the perception of the male. That's unfortunate.

There is also a similar strand that runs through many disney movies, i.e., snow white, cinderella, etc.

Great post.

 
at 6/19/2005 4:25 AM Blogger Chainer said...

Interesting story.

Fun.

 
at 6/19/2005 4:52 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Soooooooo many things bother me about the Johnny Lingo story; some of which you've touched on here. It's truly unfortunate that this story is often touted as a lesson in woman's worth, when it really subtly shows that it takes a smily, handsome, white-toothed muscle man to make a tree-climbing virago into a marriageable woman.

Too often, people equate unmarried women--no matter how physically attractive, well-educated, naturally gifted, smart, whatever--as untamed or untameable nobodies who are just waiting for the kiss of Prince Charming or Johnny Lingo.

A really disturbing thread on the bloggernacle last week indicated that all women over 35 just needed to break their covenants and disobey the Law of Chastity, because otherwise, they're (or will turn into) grumpy old maids. It's shocking what even other members of the Church think of single women.

Shocking and sad.

 
at 6/19/2005 6:13 PM Blogger Dirk said...

A parable about self-worth, not the need for anyone, be they man or woman to rescue you from the tree of self doubt and hate.

I too cringe at the description of the wedding display you described. I sincerely hope and pray that such tackiness remains safely in Happy Valley where it seems to so effortlessly breed. The fact that it existed definitely shows that the message of the story has been at least partially lost.

Too much focus has been put on the eight cows and not enough on the real meaning behind the story. As Melinda and some of the previous comments have noted, the perception of the story is that it requires a man to show women their self worth. Such a perception of the story is quite common in the church and I cringe every time it rears it’s head.

Johnny Lingo is not about needing somebody to show you your great worth. It's about recognizing the great worth in yourself and in each of us. I can see and understand where Melinda is coming from, but I have to beg to differ.

The parable would not have worked if Mahana's Father had referred to her as, "Mahana, you Beautiful Daughter of infinite worth", instead of constantly proclaiming the ever quoted "Mahana you ugly".

Johnny does know and can see the true Mahana, and acts in a manner designed to help her bring that forth.

If he hadn't shown up she may have gotten down on her own, or she may not have. As she was portrayed in the story I tend to doubt she would have. She certainly had no help among the rest of the village. The message isn't of him coming to her "rescue", it is of him seeing the value of all of Heavenly fathers children.

From the viewpoint of a, now somewhat nervous (see note), potential Johnny Lingo: Melinda you are lucky, you know your great worth, and have built on it. I don't have to show you, your family or friends (or the badly wigged tropical island villagers of Lehi) what a wonderful and talented Lady you are. I should be so lucky as to be allowed to further explore your greatness and revel in it.

Note: Nervousness is due to the threat of being told to go marry a chimp.

 
at 6/19/2005 6:37 PM Anonymous Magson said...

How very interesting. You decry that Johnny Lingo "rescued" Mohanna from the tree, saying hat she would have gotten herself down eventually. You then say that you know she would have because you did, and that this is a great thing.

But then you say that you have a chip on your shoulder about it, and that "Johnny Lingo" needs to apologize for neglecting you, implying that he should have "rescued" you.

Which is it?

 
at 6/19/2005 6:40 PM Anonymous Magson said...

And a hearty "hear hear" to Dirk. I wish I'd seen that before I was writing my own.

"The message isn't of him coming to her "rescue", it is of him seeing the value of all of Heavenly fathers children." -- beuatifully said.

 
at 6/19/2005 10:09 PM Blogger Melinda said...

As Dirk and Magson pointed out, the fable does have a good point if you look at it as showing Mahana's true worth, rather than focusing on Johnny Lingo as the only one who could show it to her.

The fable actually works marvelously if you look at Johnny Lingo as a type of Christ, who rescues all of us. Christ is the bridegroom for all those who believe in him, who paid the ultimate price to save us all.

But that interpretation makes this fluffy fable waaaay too deep.

 
at 6/19/2005 10:24 PM Blogger Aimee "Roo" said...

hmmm... it's an interesting point.

however, the fact is that we do need other people. we need each other so much more than we let on, and it wouldn't have mattered one bit if it had been a johnny lingo, or a jane lingo, she needed to be treated kindly at least a little bit to spark in her what she already knew.

 
at 6/19/2005 10:29 PM Blogger Melinda said...

Magson - I reserve the right to contradict myself. You'll just have to get used to it. ;)

 
at 6/19/2005 11:20 PM Blogger Laura said...

Aimee,

It's true that having people who believe in us can sometimes make all the difference.

But it's also true that if some hot-shot Johnny Lingo started getting interested in a shy, verbally-abused young woman who hid in trees, I would scream PREDATOR and tell her to run away very fast.

Cause really, why is Johnny L interested in Mahana in the first place? He apparently knows nothing about her, except that she is abused by her father and severely isolated and insecure. Doesn't it seem like Johnny L's looking for a victim, for a suffering, submissive woman who will worship him out of gratitude for the rest of her life?

You can't have healthy relationships based on that much inequality.

Ok, ok, so it's just a cheap-o church movie made to entertain seminary students. But it still creeps me out a bit.

 
at 6/20/2005 12:03 AM Anonymous Magson said...

Laura--

He says in there that he knew and loved Mahanna since they were children. He didn't come in out of nowhere looking for a homely and abused woman to dominate. He came in to find the woman he had loved since he had known her.

 
at 6/20/2005 8:46 AM Blogger Laura said...

Magson,

Good point. I guess I slept through that part of seminary.

It still creeps me out, though. So he knew her when she was 7 (say), and then left the island but carried this idealized picture of her everywhere? And 15 years later (say) he returns to rescue her?

It's a bit icky.

 
at 6/20/2005 10:18 AM Anonymous Barb said...

Hey Melinda, I have seen this one. I still have to see Princess Bride though. :) I think that we are blessed to live in an enlightened age when people can achieve a lot of actualization. I wonder if anybody ever believes in their self if somebody does not see their potential first. This could be parents, teachers, friends, and supervisors. If all you receive is negative feedback about your worth, would you feel compelled to even try. I guess I am caught up a lot in the "locus of control" thing. I do not think this applies to women alone. I have a single male friend who is the brother of my best friend. He is so smart and has an associates degree in Engineering. Yet, he has never been employed in that field. Last, I knew he had a prospective job as a paper boy. He has gone back to school to try to be more marketable but I do not think he is in school currently due to finances. I think he is 40 and has never married. Growing up he was very hyperactive and teased by neighbor children who I think thought he was retarded. So many people expect him just to pull himself by his bootstraps but if you have his problem's with social skills and have had troubles in work force, it is hard to have the faith. Well, I am grateful that I can be pretty independent. I do want to add that the fact that a good and handsome man would seek a shy woman does not mean that he is looking for someone to dominate as Laura has suggested. John Lingo seemed to be the epitome of treating someone with respect. If I ever marry, I want that type of respect to be felt mutually between myself and my husband. Barb aka abby76

 
at 6/20/2005 3:31 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wanted to add my two cents about contradicting ourselves. I think we all contradict ourselves from time to time. After all, we are trying to figure life out.

 
at 6/20/2005 3:42 PM Anonymous Mike said...

What trite! No woman (or man) 'needs' another to determine their own self worth. That is ridiculous. What if 'johnny' never came by at all? Well then, if her self-worth comes from others, then she would be stuck as an 'ugly' girl for the rest of her life. No, this is all wrong.

Johny is the prototypical 'saviour'?? I think I'm going to puke. This is exactly what's wrong with this message! Johny is not Christ, he is just a man. Woman do not need anyone to 'save' them; they are perfectly intelligent, capable, and reasonable enough to see thier own self worth without the need for a 'saviour' husband or boyfriend.

 
at 6/20/2005 5:36 PM Blogger Confutus said...

I don't think that's the point. What I saw was that Mahana was emotionally abused by her father and persecuted by the children of the village. It's no great surprise that removal from the abuse and kind and loving treatment worked such a significant change.

 
at 6/21/2005 4:09 PM Blogger Melinda said...

I need to respond more seriously to Magson's point that I contradicted myself in the original post. I do have contradictory feelings. I am proud of what I've done on my own, but then I read Barb's comment and recognized that I still want to be rescued, to some extent.

I would want a man to treat me like a queen. But since he hasn't come yet, I'm angry that I've been left alone. The anger is a cover for vulnerability. The chip on my shoulder is mostly for show - "well, if I can't have it, then I'm not going to want it at all!" It's sort of a sour grapes mentality. But I really would like to have someone love me.

 
at 6/22/2005 11:19 AM Blogger Sarita said...

I have have known those who wait helplessly for a hero to come rescue them (never really works), and others who live very fullfilled independent lives before finding a mate that still rescues them...to an extent. My sister for example. Incredible person with quite the independent head on her shoulders, and I am amazed at how much her new husband has helped her with various personal problems and visa versa. I think there is some allowance for the hero in courtship, but needs be a balance also.

 
at 6/22/2005 8:00 PM Blogger Andrea said...

I just found this blog through FMH. Interesting thread. I remember lying awake as a kid trying to decide if I'd rather be the princess in the tower or the bold rescuer in my little fantasy stories. It was a tough call. I think Sarita hit it on the head, though, in that both people rescue each other to some extent. Of course we should get as independently healthy as possible before marriage--but we're all incomplete beings, and having a partner can help us build up the parts that are weak, so to speak...

 
at 6/23/2005 11:45 AM Blogger Oscar said...

This is a great post. I think we as a society are recognizing more and more that men and women are individuals and not all of us are necessarily cut out for long term marriage commitment. Sure, we can all romanticize about finding someone to sweep us off our feet, but that fantasy slowly (inevitably) vanishes as the couple lives together and has to put up with daily annoyances and character flaws.

And some of these character flaws don't become apparent until they get married. Being married is hard. REALLY hard. Even with the right person, marriage can force you to give up your dreams and compromise for the sake of the relationship - only to have the relationship unravel years or a few months later, leaving you worse off than before.

Romance and friendships are too often sacrificed and killed in the name of marriage. Choosing to remain single and cultivating strong friendships and extended family ties may make you happier in the long run.

 
at 6/23/2005 12:19 PM Blogger Sarita said...

Oscar-

While I dont't negate the hardship that marriage can bring, I have had too many examples of happy marriages in my life to believe that happiness in marriage is just a pie in the sky dream. My parents treasure their marriage despite what it took to get to the point they are at. Unfortunately mariages do fail at times, but we can't just brush aside those who had decidedly make it work and are happy just as we can't judge those who are decidely single and happy.

 
at 6/23/2005 1:50 PM Blogger Oscar said...

Sarita-

I agree with everything you said. There are many examples of good marriages out there, and finding a person to marry and live happily ever after is a worthy goal. But there are alternatives to marriage in cultivating meaningful relationships with others. And, just because you get married doesn't mean you will be happy. Some people are happier single. There is nothing wrong with that, and I think more of us need to recognize that being single is a perfectly fine alternative to being married.

 
at 6/23/2005 9:30 PM Blogger Laura said...

Oscar- If you're saying that some people shouldn't even consider marriage because they're "not cut out" for long-term commitment, then I want to agree with you. I don't think ANYONE is "cut out" for long-term commitment. I don't think it's in our natures, I don't think it comes easily, I don't even think we're built to want it all the time (SPS feelings aside).

That's why it's so important, and why it is worth wanting.

Marriage is hard because, ideally, it teaches us to submit ourselves to something better. Other relationships, valuable as they may be, all carry an implicit "opt-out" clause that, ideally, marriage does not. Parenthood is another remarkable way God molds us to be more like Him.

As you point out, single adults can (and should!) have fulfilling, happy, charactered lives. But I still think that marriage and parenthood are the ideals for all of us, if only because of the ways they can allow us to slowly surrender the basest parts of ourselves.

We can learn these lessons in other ways, but I suspect there are things I won't learn and ways I won't grow until I am married and a mother. And we all get that chance--it just may not be while we're mortal.

 
at 6/24/2005 4:55 AM Anonymous Magson said...

"I'm not incomplete without you, I'm simply more whole when I am with you."

I *think* that's the quote. It's the gist of it anyway. I like that one because I like what it says: I am a fully functional, complete person when I am single. But when I am with "my significant other" it just. . . more. . . . .

*wants to find a significant other, but. . complications still exist. Hopefully to be resolved in the next month or so, though*

 
at 7/01/2005 1:49 PM Blogger Prospero said...

Here, by quirk of relationship where I don't really belong, but compelled to comment: Fast forward...Lingo family, 30 years later: Believe me. Johnny had his own hangups. And...over time, Mahana, no doubt, set him straight. And her habits that set his teeth on edge in year one became endearing by year 20...and his to her...likewise...(though she still may not master her tongue regarding them for eternity or thereabouts). It just took a lot of putting one-another first and struggling to communicate through the inevitable conflicts. We do grow to love and find endearing those whom we serve...and put on notice once in a while...and struggle to work things out with occationally, and again...and again. So, step out. Flirt a little. Use Melinda's excellent tactic: "I'd like to go out with you" with the reticent potential "date". This pairing business will always remain a mystery of the highest order...(Hey. I'll bet it even classifies as one of the mystic oft cited "mysteries of the Kingdom")-- The Voice of Experience

 
at 7/04/2005 11:21 AM Blogger Dirk said...

Just want to back up what Prospero said. And to verify that Melinda's excellent tactic worked great on me.

And he may be right on this being one of the Mysteries, but then again I'm not sure I want that. Cause the Mysteries of Heaven are often revealed to those worthy and ready. And while I'll grant that I may not always have been ready, I've tried to keep worthy.

 
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