Written by: H.C. Dr. Rita Madanlal Shetiya
Ambassador of Grace Ladies Organization
Lecturer, Journalist, Trekker, Photographer, Anchor
Location: Pune, Maharashtra – India
Published at: Grace Ladies Random Thoughts Diary
“Salute and Salute to every woman, her work who emerges from the struggle and proves herself”
The most powerful form of the universe given to it by nature is unquestionably born of a “woman.” The reason for this is not a joke as it is the introduction of physical maturity where a woman endures labor pains while becoming a mother, at the same time underlining the “existence of the Guru” while teaching the gift of the world while raising a child. In her honor, the parable “Swami of the three worlds, mother without beggar” is revealed in her honor by Swami Vivekananda. It is clear that such a woman cannot be weaker than men.
Look at the fun of destiny, progress, inspiration and hope, but at the same time love, affection, kindness, compassion, shame and peace. That is why she is likened to Adishakti in Indian culture. This is the manifestation of her great form.
We always salute the work, hard work and perseverance of women. someone said that the crisis, the problem has come always behind the women, but by emerging from this struggle she not only proves herself but at the same time enriches the lives of others and shows them the direction, her courage and fortitude must be saluted.
There are many women who have fought and won by accepting every challenge that came their way. Malala Yousafzai, who fought for education, Apra Winfro, who made failure her first step to success, Olympic medalist boxing champion Mary Kom, the best example of how to hit the boxing punch in the face of adversity, and how to survive. On December 16, 2012, 23-year-old Nirbhaya battled death for 13 days. Lakshmi, who lost her face in the acid attack, is still fighting for a ban on acid attackers and acid makers and sellers. Each of them has suffered a lot in life but today they are fighting for their sisters.
Women have the potential to make a difference, and they are an integral part of that transformation. This is what Malala tells everyone, it doesn’t matter where you come from, it is your dreams that you want to fight for. Afra Winfro says that failure is not the only thing that happens when you stumble, when you stumble, it means that life is trying to take you somewhere. “There is a time.” You just feel like a gargoyle in that area and you start to feel like you’re falling into a ditch! Things like mind don’t happen, to make you feel bad, to do what you want to mourn, to keep counting the mistakes in your mind. Find a key that will easily tell you the key, look for the wrong one, correct it and then figure out how to get out of it.
Published by: Grace Ladies Organization Singapore
On 4th June 2022
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