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Monday, March 1, 2010

Celebrating Strong Women, International Woman’s Day, March 8, 2010

On this International Woman’s Day, I would like to celebrate the strength of women. Sadly there still are too many of my gender, who feels deep down in their heart of hearts, grossly threatened by accomplished women. That is a mystery to me.

If a person is accomplished, how can their gender diminish that accomplishment? I’m 6’2’’ and 220 pounds. The love of my life is a foot shorter and well over 100 pounds lighter than I am. Yet this diminutive dynamo kicks my butt on the golf course. She is more skilled, has greater consistency and is just better. I’m not keen on being beaten in anything by anyone. I am sadly aware that size and strength pale in comparison to skill in golf. So what if it is a tiny terror of feminine pulchritude, she beats me, gender has nothing to do with it.

Strength is not just measured by breadth of bicep or endurance; it is measured in character, dedication and perseverance. My personal life has been enormously enhanced by the strength of many of the women around me. Daughters, by law not birth, have honored me with their love and overwhelmed me with their skills. These women are mothers, wives, professionals and yet they have time and strength to show their father by law how incredibly wonderful it is to have daughters.

I feel a deep sadness for those of you too narrow minded or insecure to recognize the benefits of having women as equal partners in your life. For those of you in relationships or nations that are blind to the enormous wealth women can bring to life, open your eyes and see, second class citizens add little value. Equal partners double your worth. Look at the women around you and celebrate their existence on this International Woman’s Day!

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I would have to say that your words show you to be a self-aware man that respects and appreciates the women in his life the way they should be enjoyed...or maybe I can say this because I've seen the way you are with your family and I could easily picture your tiny wife outgolfing you.

Thank you for celebrating strong women. And thank you very much for the book. Judi

Iosif said...

Happy Birthday! All women in the world!
Very nice journal about women and on the occasion of March 8th!
A little secret and tell me that although they are man I was born on March 8 and celebrate with the women wanted it .... may God!
Greetings with respect for me and my family!

Barkha Dhar said...

What a post! and that too from a man. I respect your honest and incredible views on the female gender. I wish there could be more aware and realized individuals like you.
Thanks not for your words but for your emotions!!
Barkha Dhar
http://dharbarkha.blogspot.com/

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