We Are Human And We Are Enough

a woman in a red coat holding a black umbrella

“A woman is human.
She is not better, wiser, stronger, more intelligent, more creative, or more responsible than a man.
Likewise, she is never less.
Equality is a given.
A woman is human.” 
― Vera Nazarian

Cheers to women!!

Yes, we are human. We are equals, no less or more than anyone else.

It is sad that women in large parts of the world are still made to feel inferior because they are born women. God did not intend to make either sex inferior, or superior. He just made us different. It is we, who have created these divides. On the other hand, I do not agree with the superiority complex that some people have, either, whether they are men or women.

Don’t use your gender as a crutch to prove your excellence. Make the effort to go that extra mile. Do not pull down someone else to make yourself look taller. That victory is transient, at best.

I wish to see a world where we do not need the words ‘better’ or ‘worse’, where we are all happy to have our own place under the sun, and happy to let other’s have theirs. It is up to us to create that world.

We can’t wait for change to arrive. We can’t wait for someone else to change the world. We don’t have enough time in our lives for that. We have to be that someone, that agent of change, that beginning. We have to take the first step, however tiny and chart a new course. We have to create a world where no Women’s Day will be needed to celebrate our own selves.

What better day to begin, than today!

As women, let us be not better, or worse, but ourselves, beautiful in our own convictions, confident in our own capabilities and at peace with who we are. As women, let us not be silent at injustice but learn to stand up for our rights, and stand beside others in their hour of need. As women, let us smile, and shine, without apology. As women, let us always remember that we are enough.

 

 

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7 thoughts on “We Are Human And We Are Enough

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  1. Beautifully said. I agree with much of this. It always bothers me..This fanaticism with feminism, celebrating women’s day etc etc. To me it always feels like by glorifying those things we are widening the gap between the sexes and just pointing a spotlight on the very damage that those movements seek to combat. They inadvertently contribute to inequality .
    We are all human. There must be balance in all things.

    Wonderful dear. Enjoyed reading this ♥

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    1. Absolutely!!
      Didn’t I say soul sisters…
      It is good to know there’s someone on my side when the women will come out with spades against me for not calling them the better sex LOL!
      To not be like a man, but to be a woman and an equal…
      Thank you for your wise words Fiery ♥

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      1. You did indeed say that!!!
        I don’t doubt that many women will oppose this view, but that is because I believe they are invested in feminism and unfortunately it is just is another way to separate the sexes who at their very core and reason for existence were literally made to love, adore and respect one another. The fact that women have been suppressed and subjugated for so many centuries is because of much deeper reasons than anyone cares to look into. At its core is a fear of women and what they are capable of in the grander scheme of the universe.

        Always a pleasure honey
        💜

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        1. Love the way you write and the things you say…You just leave me with a feeling that if I say anything else, it would be superfluous!
          Love you, lovely lady ♥ I don’t say this to many people, but you just embeded yourself into my heart from the word go!
          It is wonderful to have met you. 😀

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