Once in a very long while, you find that something is written that touches the core of your heart and something that every soul identifies with.

Positive, blissful, full of strength, courage and faith, every woman recognizes her own infinite strengths and the magnitude of what she is made of. There is nothing a woman cannot achieve and that there is no reason to hold her back in any way.

A heart that honours, dreams, experiences, loves, hopes, balances and yet is independent, solitary, happy and harmonious.

A woman grieves for the one who is causing her grief, and yet she has the capacity to forgive and forget and get on with her life with love and not hate. She is wise enough to realise that it is her forgiveness that will heal her. She has the knack to live with joy, dignity and quiet pride in spite of the commotion around.

Her life and her struggle are an example of courage and conviction. Her ability to discover that shimmer of hope and light in the hazy clouds is clear of her guts to struggle, take risks and win.

The Australian Novelist and Playwright, Morris West said, “One has to abandon altogether the search for security, and reach out to the risk of living with both arms. One has to embrace the world like a lover. One has to accept pain as a condition of existence. One has to court doubt and darkness as the cost of knowing. One needs a will stubborn in conflict, but apt always to total acceptance of every consequence of living and dying.”

I have seen death at close quarters, twice and it made me live in constant fear of losing someone dear. But the threat of dying made me even more aware of my life. And as I grew stronger, I realized that in celebrating life every day and every moment, I was becoming a better person.

In life’s journey, we draw strength from the men in our lives, our children, our family and friends, but yet it’s only when we give that we find true happiness. I discovered that my real purpose was my own happiness, and that came from bringing happiness to others. I resolved to lead a life that made a difference, not only mine but others too.

I listen to no one but my own heart.

I answer to no law but my own.

I am never the one to hurt another being, yet caring how the others perceive me.

I do not seek approval by any other person but my own self.

I never judge any other person nor do I dictate my terms.

I am in touch with my own spirit

My only need is love, love and more love, and in my acceptance of life and of my people.

 🙂 Madhavi

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