Being woman

From childhood to the day I got married, I never realized the difference between being a man – and being a woman.

I experienced the enormous (infact infinite) energy and power a woman has in every aspect (be it handling the house chores, professional matters, sensitive issues, children and many more).

A woman is like a science, she can either create a wonderful world (be it a living place or working place) or can destroy the very place.

Now, I understand the importance of an educated, internally strong and open minded woman.

My heart holds a great respect for those who have helped women to realize their potential and channelized their energy in nurturing healthy environment in and around themselves.

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3 thoughts on “Being woman

  1. Indeed Amrita but the fact that you felt it necessary to write this once again indicates what a skewed and twisted world we live in where half the entire population of people is deliberately repressed and denied equality. Misogyny (belittling and repression of woman) in any form is a sickness on par with racism.

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