Most inspiring woman in your life! Share... :-))
March 8, 2018 10:58am CST
Yeah! Today is international women's day! Happy woman's day to all! In my class we had a talk on this topic," most inspiring woman in your life"... Everyone used their chance to say their's... And then the chance came to me and I started to talk! My speech went like this... The most inspiring woman in my life...is MY MOM! She's is the one who introduced me to this world! She nurtured me ,cared me , she's with me in all moments of life! She sacrificed all the things for my happiness! She was by my side all the time , whether happiness or suffering! She always insisted me that a woman must be capable of leading her life independently, without expecting anyone to be her support! I'm proud to be her child! I love my mom very much! Now it's your turn friends, who's the most inspiring woman in your life? Share! Image courtesy Google.
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For me the person is someone I have never met in person.i have known her many ears from here. She has shown me what a true friend is. How to over come life's struggles. And so much more. I have always known I was different. I just know now that is not a bad thing.
• United States
I don't think I could name just one. We as women have to live our lives differently than men. Whether young or old, our experiences have turned us into the strong people that we are. Some of us just get it a little earlier than others and others it takes longer.
Yes, obviously any one would say 'Mother' but for me my grand mothers both maternal and paternal! Maternal grand mother was full of patience, daring and absolutely balanced in the situations of crisis! While my maternal grand mother was a jovial, self less and very broad minded lady! I like them very much and I think I have inherited their traits too dear friend @Teekaaa! Thanks!
@Teekaaa Well, my mom helped my dad to earn living and is now still away from us. She endure the pain if being alone in another country for a long time. My grandma is the one whom we grew up with. She keeps up with us and instill values and train us in chores.