Wonderful woman, come out to be your dreams come true
March is the month of Women in the United States and specifically on March 8 we celebrate International Women's Day, this is a perfect time to celebrate the achievements of the pioneers who fought for the rights of women as well as a time to reflect on the injustices that continue to be committed in so many countries of the world. It is incredible that in the XXI century there are still places in the world where we are not allowed to vote, we must walk behind men and we are subjected to violence and mutilation not only of our intimate parts but also our soul.
However, far from focusing on the negative pole, we must look ahead and look for ways to help and inspire other women to achieve their goals, be they work, personal, professional, etc. The idea is that whe re we are we help spread the little seed of female empowerment.
Throughout history there have been many women who, with their work, have made a difference and with their example have helped others to have the courage and courage to empower themselves and take out the leaders they have inside.
It is important to find balance and not believing ourselves to be superior to men, but equal and different. In the 19th century, the British playwright Mery Shelley, author of the Gothic novel Frankenstein, said: "I do not want women to have more power over men, but that have more power over themselves ", wise words that explain that we cannot control what others do but we can be responsible for our thoughts, feelings and actions.
And there are so many incredible examples that we can follow, like that of the American aviator Amelia Earhart who tried to make the first aerial trip around the world on the equatorial line at the beginning of the XX century "The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams"
We , as women, not only have the beautiful ability of the human being to dream but our feminine nature allows us to be connected to our emotions and makes us powerful being who can be an example and lead others as well… Eleanor Roosevelt, first lady of the United States of America 1933 to 1945 said “To handle yourself, use your head; to handle others, use your heart.”
To inspire others and other women you do not need to be a celebrity, a writer, an actress, a scientist, etc. You can do it from the place where you are, in your home, your community. Start at home, do not make differences between your daughters and your children ... if your child wants to be a stylist and your child wants to be a mechanic ... support them, guide them and show them with your example.
As Oprah says: "The best way to success is to discover what you love and then offer it to others in the form of service, working hard and also allowing the energy of the universe to guide us"
And remember that you are first, but if you are not happy and full you cannot love others ..."Love yourself enough so you do not have doubts that you deserve the best" Frida Kahlo