Women Are Born Leaders πŸ’†πŸ‘

Screen Shot 2017-04-06 at 3.16.02 pmWomen have both gentleness and strength.

Indian scriptures place tremendous amount of power in women. In fact, the primordial energy known as Shakti which is the life force behind the whole creation is feminine. That is why our scriptures honour women as the highest aspect of divinity- the Aadhya Shakti.

Women bring together the finest aspects of society.

The ability to create and the transformational ability to make a difference in the society. Women bring us to the planet and teach us how to live. A mother is our first Guru, our first teacher. Women teach us our first behaviour, our first step in life. And then women also have a great role to play in the society. She can be a strong peacemaker; at home, in the community, in society and in the world. Women can glue differences and bring people of diverse nature together – she does it in her home all the time!

In this fast pace of life, we need to balance our inner peace, beauty and ethical values with the external challenges we face, and women have it in them to do it. These qualities are inherent in a woman.

A woman has the capacity to be an excellent peacemaker

Because it is quite natural for her to relate from the level of the heart. The biggest strength that a woman has is; her emotions, feelings, motivation and inspiration. Men can inspire to fight but women inspire to unite. There are more wars in the world today because there is a lack of feminine leadership to unite people, overcome differences and bring home to us the purpose we are all born for! In today’s war-torn world, we need women to come to the forefront and take more responsibility, without getting stressed. When women are determined, they can do wonders.Β 

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Usually people think women are emotional but the fact is, women are also great intellectual geniuses and excel in planning and execution. You see any department headed by a woman; chances are that department is much ahead of others.

Women are the backbone of any society. The role of women in the development of a society is of utmost importance. In fact, it is the only criterion that determines whether a society is strong and harmonious or not. Also, a corruption-free society can only emerge where women are given due regard, respect and importance. In building character and integrity, women can do a better job.

Do not wait to be given power. Just assume it. Unfortunately most of the feminine movements today are demanding rights. What are you demanding? From whom are you demanding? You are asking from an empty bowl! You have equal rights. Just own it! You simply have to assert your rights! You don’t have to go and ask somebody, it is all there for you!

You are a born leader. You have the potential with you to bring prosperity, happiness and joy to this world! Just make this happen!

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About joyshimmers

I am a spiritual healer, councillor, photographer, philosopher and blogger/writer. For any advice or asking questions related to problems about life feel free to email me at - haulop6@gmail.com
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6 Responses to Women Are Born Leaders πŸ’†πŸ‘

  1. There is still a need of this awareness in rural India..Thanks for sharing..

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  2. Harsh Nanavati says:

    Here in India, you come to Gujarat’s rural areas or even urban. Women will slap you on face if you mis-behave. And, now we have enough toilets and washrooms so there’s no question of hygiene. We’re growing. And what a fantastic write up. Hehe, that’s true mother is the first teacher. Even now she teaches me to act like normal.

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    • joyshimmers says:

      That’s really amazing Harsh! I’ve always loved Gujarat and its dabang women:))) Right, Mothers are truly the best!! They keep us all sane:))) I love your blog btw:))) Keep Reading!

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