14 Mar 2013

Of Inestimable Value

It is true that over time, women have been associated with terms like “weaker vessel”, “not good enough”, etc.

In the same vein, it is positive that in every society, the need for women cannot be over-emphasized. The saying that “behind every successful man is a good woman” is not a myth. Read and interpreted conversely, “behind every unsuccessful man is a bad woman”. The meaning of success is objective by the way; and we shall postpone that discussion for another day.

There is always a woman somewhere, pressing some buttons, pulling some strands, supporting her man, and urging him on; or being there herself.  Women are usually the reasons men want to live on and enjoy life or on the other hand, get depressed and slump into a state of ill-thinking, self-pity; sadness and depression (consider it in any way possible and you will agree with me)

A good consideration of the impact of women worldwide will range from the impacts of Michelle Obama on her husband, Barrack Obama, the First Black-American President of the U.S of A; one of the world’s Super powers; to Condoleezza Rice; to Hillary Clinton; to Cleopatra, the last Pharaoh of Ancient Egypt; to “Rose” (in the block-buster award-winning movie “Titanic”); to Mary, Deborah, Delilah and Jezebel in the Bible and to every woman world over.

It is pertinent therefore that women understand their inevitable, non-substitutable role in family and social development and nation building.
When this role is comprehended and consciously played out by women, there would be greater development, either for better, or worse. We however hope and pray that it would be in the affirmative.

The vision of this blog is therefore aimed at assisting and supporting every diva, every lady, every woman, to harness her inner strength and beauty with the ultimate goal of pursuing nation development.

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