The Epitome of Love, Resilience, Power-Women!


As we celebrate International Women’s Day, my heart is filled with both pride and sorrow. Pride for the incredible achievements of women throughout history and sorrow for the immense challenges and injustices they continue to face.

Women have been at the forefront of social and political movements, fighting for their rights and the rights of others. From the suffragettes who fought for the right to vote, to the women who led the Civil Rights Movement and continue to advocate for racial justice today, women have been powerful agents of change. But despite their incredible contributions, women continue to face significant barriers to equality. Women are often paid less than men for doing the same job, and they face barriers to education, healthcare, and leadership roles. Women also face the scourge of gender-based violence and harassment, both online and offline.

These challenges can be overwhelming, but it is important to remember that we are not alone. Women have always supported and uplifted each other, creating communities of solidarity and strength. On this Women’s Day, I am reminded of the incredible women in my own life. The women who raised me, supported me and inspired me to be my best self. The women who have been my mentors, my friends, and my colleagues.

I think about the sacrifices they have made, the challenges they have overcome, and the resilience they have shown in the face of adversity. I am in awe of their strength, their grace, and their unwavering commitment to justice and equality,

But I am also reminded of the women who are not as fortunate. The women who face daily struggles and injustices, who are denied basic human rights and freedoms, who have been silenced or marginalised, whose voices are frequently ignored or dismissed.

It is important that we stand in solidarity with these women, and that we use our own voices and privileges to uplift and support them. We must listen to their stories, acknowledge their struggles, and work towards creating a world where every woman is treated with dignity, respect and equality. We must also acknowledge the diversity of women’s experiences and work towards creating a more inclusive and intersectional feminist movement. We cannot achieve gender equality without also addressing issues of race, class, sexuality and disability.

As we celebrate Women’s Day, let us also commit ourselves to taking action. Let us support women-led initiatives, donate to organizations that promote gender equality, and advocate for policy change that benefits women and marginalized communities. We must also challenge ourselves to be better allies, educate ourselves on women’s issues, and use our privilege to create positive change.

Women have always been powerful agents of change, and their resilience and strength continue to inspire us all. On this Women’s Day, let us celebrate their achievements, honour their struggles, and commit ourselves to creating a more just and equitable world for all.