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True womanhood has no limitations

A recent Monitor editorial about the broader implications of giving Saudi women the right to drive (see “Saudi Arabia hands women the keys,” CSMonitor.com) helped me appreciate my own journey in breaking barriers in thought regarding women.

For instance, I once was appointed to a position that automatically made me a member of a regional ecumenical group. I was the only woman in a group of

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