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Strength may also look like, slight smiles on days when lips refuse to curl. Tiny attempts, while toes refuse to budge. Lazy mornings and laidback evenings, reaching out for bits of joy, and tiny pleasures.
Strength may also look like
Slight smiles on days
When lips refuse to curl.
While toes refuse to budge.
Lazy mornings and laidback evenings
Reaching out for bits of joy
And tiny pleasures.
Opening our soft lump of mind
To different point of views,
To listen without prejudices.
For the miles between
The mountain of brains
And ocean of hearts
Offer tons of perspectives.
Burying that ounce of pride
Forgiving while you hear no apologies
Welcoming with giant hearts
Trying with a heap of hopes.
Giving second chances quietly
Loving without eying returns
Caring in silence while praising loud.
Wearing that change of attitude
For difference of opinion
Exists for a reason.
Seeing beyond clothes and shoes
For common sense weighs
More than fashion sense.
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Many men (and women) shared stories about how “choosy” women have now become.
One wrote in a now-deleted post that when they were looking for a bride for her brother, the eligible women all laid down impossible conditions – they wanted the groom to be not more than 3 years older than them, to earn at least 50k per month, and to agree to live in an independent flat.
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!
Why is the task of handing over bouquets to dignitaries at social and business events primarily a feminine task?
This question nags me endlessly. I cringe at the sight of women waiting in a loosely formed queue at the steps leading up to the stage at these events.
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