Lately, I am reading a lot and watching many things! As time gets lot of things I am exploring as well!
I wonder sometimes, no matter what era we talk and discuss, but is there anything that has changed for a woman today?
I doubt! As I read things and watch things it makes me feel the time and situation might have changed but the status remains the same!
“Woman is the companion of man, gifted with equal mental capacity” ~ MK Gandhi
A woman all her life gives and lives for others but does she ever live for herself? Lately, I read some articles in which some women were coming out of there closet and telling openly that they are lesbians and they justify for being so! They feel only a woman can understand a woman’s problem! How true is that?
Its sad that woman has to come out like this!
“Sometimes I wonder if men and women really suit each other. Perhaps they should live next door and just visit now and then” ~ Katherine Hepburn
I saw the oscar nominated ‘Water’ movie and its so sad that people modify certain rules and regulations where ever it benefits them, irrespective of the person’s will! Another one in which they showed how life would be if there is scarcity of women as they kill girl infants and still when they find one girl in the whole village how men just ruin her for there physical needs! It’s alas!!
“Nature has given women so much power that the law has very wisely given them little.” ~Samuel Johnson
I remember as a kid I had this last minute extempore speech competition where they give you the topic 5 minutes before you go on the stage and the topic was ‘Women’s status in today’s era” and believe me guys I rocked that competition that day and won the first prize too!
But whatever I said about the future of women in that….I feels sorry that is not the case today!
No matter what even for other’s sake woman is always sacrificing, adjusting and keeping quite with the hope that things will change!
I personally feel that woman is always giving then why not she is ever understood properly?
“The history of all times, and of today especially, teaches that … women will be forgotten if they forget to think about themselves” ~ Louise Otto