The value of a woman is equal to men, because God made her by taking a rib from man and building a woman with his hands. So, man and woman can walk side by side and live together. A woman represents approximately 1/2 of the human population on the earth. “She is at least as good as a man.” said Peter J. Daniels from Australia.
She is a person first. She could be a wife, a mother, a Grandmother or a great Grandmother. A woman is someone’s daughter, and a member of her family or tribe. Without her, a man would have no heirs. A woman is the keeper of her future family generations. Her health and stability is a very important element and the foundation of the family. She keeps herself for her husband, so disease and problems will not plague her herself, her family or her children. The future generation of a man’s family name depends on a lineage of sons and daughters. She is the child bearer of children, our future generations. That is why men should treat all women of any age as if they are someone’s future wife and respect them privately and publicly.
She is the Mother of her children, and watches over her sibling’s children and her neighbor’s children. She is part of a community that brings safety and nurturing to her family and neighbors. Her community or tribe benefits from her contributions. She is the teacher and example of faith and love to her family and neighbors.
A woman’s life is her faith, husband, children, neighbors and community and her country. She binds & amplifies society. She holds the social fabric of living. She builds a world for her family with her husband and their families.
In Jan, 2009 a new baby called Moses was born, and hours later his Mother dies from a rare ambolism. His Father needed breast milk for baby Moses, which cost $5 an ounce. Some mothers the family knew agreed to give the baby their mother’s milk. More people heard about it and there are 20 women who donate milk for the child. The Father was shocked by the loss of his wife and the need to share his life with others to feed his newborn son. Moses is doing well, today. He has a strong community around him to care for him and he is a year old.
In the land near Israel in 2003, women concerned for the food supplies of their families in a war-torn area, asked for donations from charities to give them olive trees to plant, so they could have their own food. All the women in the neighborboods worked together to plant, and water the trees.
In early 1915 in America had a leaf blite that killed all the chestnut trees in the Northwest forests. In 2007, a group of women bought chestnuts and asked their friends and neighbors to carry them, wherever they go, and plant them back into the forests and road sides. Working together builds our communities and helps us provide for our familes and future families.
Women are storytellers of the family. They take photos, scrapbook, remember to send birthday cards, anniversary and Christmas Cards. They keep letters and treasures of the children. My Mother treasured clippings that I didn’t remember from when I was born and through my years with her. She tells us of her youth and how her parents raised her.Their family history is a treasure to them.
As a woman, you can live up to our expectations and visions or diminish down to the criticism of others. You can choose! So, keep looking up with optimism and hope while building your life and future of your family, for each day is new and rises with the light of day.