I am so blessed to be surrounded by such appreciative people. Who send me messages like these:
Here’s to the woman who knows draws strength from troubles, smiles during distress and grows stronger with prayers and hope.
Well, what if I am not that woman who smiled during distress? Can’t you just say happy woman’s day to you?!
It is hard to be a woman. You must think like a man, act like a lady, look like a young girl and work like a horse. Happy women’s day!
Please! You put 4 stereotypes in one sentence and expect me to be happy that you remembered me on woman’s day?
Maa hai woh, beti hai woh, behen hai woh to kabhi patni hai woh. Jeevan ke har sukh dukh mein shaamil hai woh. shakti hai woh, prerna hai woh. Naman hai un sab nariyon ko jo jeevan ke har mod pe hamara saath deti hai. Mahila divas ki badhaai. (She is a mother, she is a sister and she is a wife. She is a part of all happiness and difficulties of our lives. She is strength and inspiration. Lets bow to all those women who are with us in all modes of our loves. Happy women’s day)
Yes. I am a mother. I am also a wife. I am also a daughter. But I am me too. And that is the biggest part of who I am. Yes, I am there for my family just as they are there for me. No I don’t need you to bow to me for that because you don’t bow to someone for doing what they’re supposed to. It is not a wives day or a daughters day or a sisters day. It is a women’s day. Let us wish women a happy day only because they are women. Not because they are good wives and daughters and sisters.
And yes, to all the women reading these – Happy women’s day. i.e. Belated. 🙂 Hope you had a good one. ❤