Why Did Tears Roll Down When I typed This – By Farhana Sait

Why Did Tears Roll Down When I typed This - By Farhana Sait

Oh ! Blessed Woman, you maybe a housewife, a professional or doing nothing.That does not matter…All of us cook, we are not made to stand as a tea-pot on the kitchen stands..We too breathe like other living things
We have those days or these days we cannot mention about neither can all understand…We have physical pains yet we run normally when we cannot walk as routine cannot get interrupted ….Women, Yes fragile, sumblime days don’t bother you..yet with low gaze we give up our dreams holding crystals on eyelids….why??? Stand up for yourself with dignity and self-respect…Life is in your hands…Myriads, melancholic moments of life come to teach lessons and not to suppress you..
If you want to look beautiful, then beautify yourself, go to the beauty parlour, dab the cream, paint your nails and wear those Stilettos…..don’t blame anyone to put you down..Prove them wrong those who said, “Afterall you are a weak female”..Challenge them to show the meaning of “Self- Sculptured Human”..Let the fire from your eyes speak with gentle smiles on your lips….
I love everyone, my enemies too..I am part of the nature and nature spreads love, oxygen and peace..Woman!!

© Farhana Sait
India 🇮🇳 


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He is a multi genre best selling author of “Katashi Tales” & “The Ghost Wisdom”. He is the founder of Motivational Strips, world’s most active writers forum. Author Shiju H Pallithazheth additionally handles presidential roles in world’s top two writers unions namely ‘World Nations Writers Union’ and ‘Union Hispanomundial De Escritores’. He is also the Global Advisor of Lasosyasyon Lar Sans Frontyer (Government of Seychelles Literary board ). He is respected worldwide as a literary mentor, writers coach and motivational speaker. He is currently based in Sultanate of Oman


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