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What happens when you decide to travel solo for the first time? It takes courage.. yes it does.
The photo flashed on my phoneIt is a journey that I’d take aloneFear was instilled in my every boneIt was an unknown zone
My mind is a house of conditionTo stray from that for a woman is the path to perditionThis is a moral renditionWhich is instilled by repetitionI confirmed my travel with trepidationIt wasn’t the journey nor the destinationIt was a moral self interrogationSelf – will in a woman is immoral in this generation
With a knot in my heart I packedCourage for solo travel I lacked
Now I smack my own backFor, from being immoral to becoming my own hero I’d made a comeback!
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Most of my women clients are caregivers—as mothers, wives and daughters. And so, they tend to feel guilty about their ambitions. Belief in themselves is hard to come by.
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Asking women of the office to welcome guests with bouquets at business and social events is blatant tokenism and sexism at the same time!
Asking women to welcome guests with bouquets at business and social events is blatant tokenism and sexism at the same time!
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