Treasure Island

suja nair


Women's Day


Today ask your self, every women,
Am I a good mother, treating my son and daughter equally,
Am I a good daughter, doing my duties not only asking for my rights
Am I a good wife, taking respect from husband and giving him respect
Am I a good daughter in Law, My Parent- in-law's are happy with me
Am I a good Mother-in-law, My daughter-in law feels warm and homely with me
Am I a good boss to my staff, Do I feel I can boss over them just because I have the power and the Women Rights with me.
Am I a good Women, treating all women with respect and not Jealous, Backbiting, Spreading rumors
Each Women Play your role well, demand Respect, Give Respect, Never Bow to any torture, never enslave anyone
BE PROUD TO BE A WOMEN, A WOMEN IS THE BACK BONE OF SOCIETY

Submitted: Sunday, March 09, 2014
Edited: Sunday, April 13, 2014

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