What is a strong woman?

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She could be a woman who wears with her heart on her sleeve, or a woman who chooses very carefully about who she loves.

She could be a woman who is absolutely free with who she is, or woman who is always on guard with whom she shares her thoughts with.

She could even be a woman who chooses a man over her dream career, or a woman who always puts her career ahead of her love life.

Whoever she is, whatever she does, one thing is for certain: she is powerful, indestructible, determined and passionate in whatever she does.

However she chooses to live her life, a strong woman doesn’t let her past define her, she doesn’t let her present define her. Instead, she defines her future. She listens to advices and criticism, feels bad but channels is into a positive way.

She doesn’t let life change her. She is a strong tower that doesn’t let the storms of life damage her walls. She is resilient through the trials and heartbreaks of life; she doesn’t let them shift who she is.

She is made from the toughest of times, and yet she still stands tall and confident in her strength. She shines like diamonds in the best of times and the worst of times.

Simply put, she doesn’t change and if she does, it’s because she wants to, not because someone told her to. She is in charge of herself, nobody can tell her what to do.

This is strong woman.

May we learn from her, raise her, and be her.

To every sister, daughter, wife and mother. To every aunt, to every grandmother, to every lady and woman and female and friend, I want you to know something: You can conquer every fear and shut out every doubt. There is no obstacle too big for you to overcome, for you are more powerful than you could ever imagine.

Here’s the truth about being a woman (I’ve learnt it from 3 very influential women of my life)—there are so many expectations. You’re supposed to look a certain way, act a certain way, and somehow be original while following this set mold of what it means to be ‘feminine.’

But the truth is, what makes you a woman is not your body or the clothes you wear. It’s not the bubble you fill in on an application or the label on the bathroom door. Being a woman is defined by your brain, by your strength, by the way you carry yourself. And let me tell you something, you are strong.

You are strong because you are independent. You are strong because you also know when to lean on others. You are strong because of what you’ve pushed through as a child, and what you continue to overcome as an adult.

You are strong because of your perseverance, your faith, your positivity. You are strong because you smile, because you try so hard, because you never quit when it comes to defending those you care for.

You are strong because you are a woman that doesn’t let herself be defined by the world, but instead carves her own path.

You are strong because you put others first, because you trust, because you give your heart away, and because you love.

See, sweet girl, you are stronger than you think.

The world will tell you that being an emotional woman is weak, that giving your love away is weak, that letting others in is weak, that you are weak, just because you are a woman. But the world is wrong.

Your heart, your mind, and your soul shines with forgiveness, love, patience, and vulnerability—and those qualities are the strongest of them all.

So do not hang your head when you feel broken. Do not let the world make your heart cold. Do not let the ways of this earth keep you from being the smiling, laughing, glowing woman that you are.

Because you are strong, so so strong.
And the world would be dull without you. 

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Desai Thoughts MEdia.


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