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    8 posts, 6 voices, 634 views, started Jun 11, 2009

    Posted on Thursday, June 11, 2009 by Angell Villafañe


    • Carnelian

      There comes a time in every woman's life when she has to take a close look at herself.

      Not at her circumstance, not at what she did, not how unfair life is, or not at whom made her do it.
      She just has to look at herself in all her glory and imperfection.

      For many women this is a scary thing because often times they don't want to know the truth about themselves.

      Virtuous women know what I mean.

      As women we have a tendency to water one another down. Maybe it makes us feel good or look better than the next woman.
      Have you ever admired a woman who has been through changes in her life?
      Or have you made up in your mind that she is just messed up?
      Before you make this mistake, take a closer look.

      A woman who has endured the most unusual life is someone of wisdom, someone who has been chosen by God to go through things that have made her stronger.

      Think of all the great women in the Bible:
      Mary Magdalene, Ruth and Naomi, the woman with an issue of blood flow, and Esther, to name a few.

      Mary Magdalene was a prostitute, a very uneasy woman. But by the time Jesus was done with her, she was his closest follower.
      Esther was unfortunate in marrying an abusive man,
      but by the time God was done with her, she had married one of the wealthiest men in the land.

      Women are so quick to beat the next one down instead of trying to hold her up. Before you wonder, "What's up with her?" ask yourself, "What's up with me?" Why do I beat down another woman to build myself up? That woman could be my mother, sister, aunt, in-law, stepmother, niece, grandmother, great grandmother, neighbor, friend or co-worker.

      That woman could just be me.

      Women are the carriers of life, not the channels of death.
      Let's build and encourage each other, as did Ruth and Naomi.

      Encourage and Love, Forgive and Forget.

      —Author Unknown


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