e are born to a family. robably+ the very first words spoken when we were born were #It’s a girl:% or #It’s a boy:%. 5ut how if she’s a girl+ she will e)perience the reality—full of discrimination and inequality. ithout a doubt+ she’s unprepared to face such things but it’s a woman’s instinct to endure all the odds in life and they’re wanting for a place where there’s no limitations+ no discrimination but there’s freedom.
4imply seen as nothingicked by a young man’s shoe<elpless under storm’s likingThrown by even you$irm through the tightest clutchesTrue at the bottom of the well3umb to fire’s hot touchesIntact within its shellThe hidden strength within this rock3o matter what comes its way$eeling nothing+ emotions locked,eaf to what they say
An e)cerpt of a person nicknamed 855. &8stero. 011='. It’s meaningful because it reflects the struggle of somebody who’s being hurt and discriminated. It’s like the life of women—full of obstacles and humps in their life. They’re like riding a roller coaster—sometimes your high but sometimes your low+ sometimes e)citing but sometimes boring. 3o matter what happens in their lives they are still strong—stronger than a shell. They are deaf to the criticisms of this world; their hidden strength is within themselves but people think they’re weak but they aren’t. They can survive in this world—even the strongest man in this world they can defeat+ even calamities come into their lives or even the hardest problem in this world they can bear it.There are important women in your life. They may be your teacher+ your doctor+ your seamstress+ your maid+ your friend+ your girlfriend+ your wife+ your sister or your mother. They play a role in your life. They are (ust simple women but they’re very important in your life. >ou need them—every time you’re sad+ helpless and doubtful of something. They will always be there for you and you must be thankful for that.