This article was sent by friends overseas. As it is International Women's Day, I am honored to share the sentiment.
Why Celebrate Women’s Day 2017?
Today, women are dominating in every aspect of society. She is no longer secondary to a man. She has entered the fields of politics, teaching, writing, science, medicine, navy, army, air force, defense, technology, and so on. The list of work sectors is endless where women are working in alignment with men’s efforts.
Gone are the days when women were not given her basic rights and she was undermined by society. She was restricted to taking care of her family between the four walls of a house. But now the scenario is completely different. She not only cares for her family but also for the society, her school, her office, her organization and even her nation.
This does not mean that women who are shown on TV screens or whose remarkable achievements are printed in newspapers are the only successful women on this planet.
Every woman is successful.
If she is taking care of her sick parents, she is a successful daughter.
If she is taking care of her two kids, then she is a successful mother.
If she is supporting her husband in case of any financial crisis, then she is a successful wife.
If she is leading an organization or a group, then she is a successful leader.
If she is taking care of her patients, then she is a successful doctor.
If she is swooping in space in a spacecraft, she is a successful astronaut.
If she is winning an Olympic medal for her nation, she is a successful sportswoman.
Thus, women are successful in all spheres of life.
Why do we celebrate Women’s day? To give equal rights to women? To care for them because they were not equally treated in the past? Or just to follow a recent trend in the world?
The answer is not given below.
We celebrate Women’s day because we want to respect a woman for all her deeds and acts she has done for us.
If you are travelling in a bus or a train and you see a woman, don’t offer her seat because she is weak or she can’t stand long.
Offer her seat because she deserves respect.
Offer her seat because we neglected to respect her in the past.
Offer her seat because we admire her courage and efforts.
So, this International Women’s day, let us celebrate to respect each women on this planet. We should also admire men who respect women.
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