Monday, March 8, 2010


1) Don't Become Like Men: Every woman was born with innate qualities and natural abilities that men simply don't have. Be proud of and nurture these attributes, intuitions, talents, personalities, and desires. Be a woman, and realize you naturally are tender, gentle, nurturing, patient, thoughtful, unselfish, approachable, and loving. Unfortunately, all too often our culture convinces women that somehow being gentle, kind, or motherly is somehow inferior or not viewed as successful. Wrong! Women can still compete, lead, and be successful in the work place and anywhere without foregoing their womanly attributes. More importantly, never forget the positive influence a 'woman's touch' can have on children, men, and society.
2) Are You Pornography: Generally speaking, men struggle much more with this modern slavery and addiction we call pornography. And yet, we continue to try and find solutions to the problem, without addressing the problem. Yes some solutions are good, such as: teaching men to control their thoughts and become more self-disciplined; attacking the porn industry; passing legislation; having pop-up blockers or 'talks' with our sons; etc. However, perhaps the solution to the problem is actually teaching our daughters and women everywhere not to dress, act like, and become pornography themselves. Unfortunately, the reality is that pornography, immodesty, and infidelity will continue to dominate our culture and media - because it makes money. But that is no excuse for any woman to justify immodesty, virtue, and purity simply because the masses are doing it or because it pays well.
3) True Beauty: True beauty is not found in the reflection of a mirror, it comes to those who seek to be honest, happy, and pure. And yet our culture engrains into the minds of women everywhere that to be beautiful, one must load their face with makeup, benefit from plastic surgery, and be as immodest and immoral. The word 'hot' has unfortunately replaced the word 'beautiful' - and not only do they have completely different definitions, one connotes selfish lustfulness, while the other radiates goodness, purity, unselfishness, and true happiness. With that said, please don't get me wrong - I feel it is extremely important for every woman to seek to be 'beautiful.' They need to do their hair, put makeup on, wear nice clothes, and seek to be attractive; but, ensure in so doing that they are becoming truly 'beautiful' - and not just 'hot.'
4) Is the TV a Babysitter and Influencer: To you mothers - how much time do your children spend in front of the TV? To women everywhere - how much time do you spend in front of the TV? An honest answer to these important questions will reveal much about ours and our children's character, and who it is being shaped by. Children need mothers, love, and attention - not electronics! Thus, turn off the TV a little more and make time for your children. Lastly, to women everywhere - perhaps one of the greatest solutions to overcoming the self-esteem issues, eating disorders, gossiping habits, comparing and worrying, and unhealthy images of worth and beauty that every woman struggles and deals with would be solved if they turned off the TV and put down the magazines a little more often.
5) Be Yourself ... Don't Be Plastic: Be proud of, content with, and confident in who you are. Women everywhere need to stop picking up the magazines, looking at the advertisements, and watching the TV shows and movies and comparing themselves to these models and actors. Usually, the majority of these models, actors, and women in the magazines and on TV are all fake and plastic anyway. They load their faces with make-up, have countless plastic surgery's or excess weight removed, stand under perfect lighting, and then the company air brushes the photo/picture anyway to make them look even more beautiful (fake and unnatural). I know it is easier said than done, but happy is the woman who can be proud of and confident in who they are, and not compare themselves to other women - whether it is the woman on the magazine cover or the neighbor down the street.
6) Put Family First & Develop Character: Success in life should not be determined by the amount of education we obtain, the cars we drive, the achievements in our career, the awards won, the house we own, the friends or connections we have, or the clothes we wear. True success should be measured by the attributes we develop, the person we become, and the people we help. Thus, no matter what a woman accomplishes or obtains, it means nothing if she fails in her own person life, in her home, or with her family.
7) Be Educated & Contribute to the World: With everything that has been said, let me be clear about one thing - in all of this important advice to women, in no way am I suggesting that women should be bare foot, changing diapers, cooking meals, doing laundry, confined to the house, and thus ignorant to the world. Quite the contrary! Although family and children should most certainly be the priority, women should and must also be involved, educated, leaders, and contributors to society. Whether a stay at home mother, a teenage daughter, an elderly woman, or a woman in the work force - women have value, brains, skills, ideas, and talents that must be shared to benefit communities, businesses, minds, nations, families and mankind.
8) Demand That Men Treat You Respectfully: Regardless of what our culture and the media portray, and despite the fact that men generally have stopped treating women like women, this does not negate the fact that you are a woman who deserves respect. While men must do better about treating women with respect in their thoughts, words, and actions - women can also do more in demanding this proper respect in an appropriate way. It starts with you personally respecting yourself, your body, your virtues, and your natural - and wonderful - womanly attributes. And then it continues by demanding that men not treat you like a sexual object, but as a woman to be loved and respected.
9) Stop Gossiping, Comparing, & Worrying: Easier said than done, right! However, this vitally important advice is one of the key ingredients to experiencing happiness as a woman. This is an ability and attribute that is certainly not developed overnight, and it takes effort; but, the moment you can stop gossiping with and about others, comparing yourself to other women, and worrying about things out of your control (or things not needing to be worried about) - it is then you will experience real peace, limited stress, self-worth, and true happiness.
Again, never forget that true beauty in a woman is not found in the reflection of a mirror, it comes only to those who seek to be honest, happy, and pure. Each of the principles described above essentially communicate this same message - that character is far more important than appearance. Should this suggest that women thus need not worry about their appearance? Absolutely not! Women must make an effort to exercise, eat healthy, be educated, be involved, be informed, and be beautiful also. But they should also remember that purity and modesty is far more attractive than excessive make up, immoral actions, and revealing clothing. They should realize that in most cases, surgical procedures to enhance or tuck (or whatever) not only communicate that plastic is more beautiful than purity, but that self-worth is determined by appearance and the opinions of others rather than an inner confidence of who God created us to be. They should also realize that being educated and informed is far more important than wasting time in gossip and celebrity magazines. And perhaps most importantly, women everywhere should never forget the absolute honor, necessity, and beauty of being a mother, wife, daughter, and woman who radiates self-confidence, happiness, and purity!

Tuesday, November 3, 2009


"Today my maid's three year old son died"

She is just 18 years old and had two kids,one of them died of illness today.And she is another pregnant with her third child.She got married when she was 15 years old.Her child was very weak right from his birth.Who is responsible for this child's death.Didn't he deserved to live.what was his fault.So many girls are still getting married at the age of 14-15 years.Soon after their marriage they are forced to give birth to the babies.No one think about their weak body and their age.Please stop all this.Can anyone do anything for this.


Tuesday, August 4, 2009



Rakhi festival symbolize the eternal love and affection which holds the brother-sister relationship since ages and has become the true spirit of this relationship. The occasion provides an opportunity to recall those people which are here to make our life heaven. It acknowledges the festivity of moments by tying a sacred thread of protection embellished with the love and affection of a sister for her brother.
Raksha Bandhan is a special occasion in India which seeks to celebrate the relationship between a brother and a sister. The essence of Rakhi festival lies in the pure heavenly relationship shared between a brother and a sister. Different parts of India celebrate this festival differently yet the ritual of tying rakhi to seek protection remains the same all over the country.
Having a sister is like having a best friend you can't get rid of. You know whatever you do, they'll still be there.

Sisters are for sharing laughter and wiping tears.

Sweet is the voice of a sister in the season of sorrow.

A sister is a little bit of childhood that can never be lost.
Sisters don't need words. They have perfected a language of snarls and smiles and frowns and winks - expressions of shocked surprise and incredulity and disbelief. Sniffs and snorts and gasps and sighs - that can undermine any tale you're telling.

More than Santa Claus, your sister knows when you've been bad and good.
Whatever you do they will love you; even if they don't love you they are connected to you till you die.

She is your mirror, shining back at you with a world of possibilities. She is your witness, who sees you at your worst and best, and loves you anyway. She is your partner in crime, your midnight companion, someone who knows when you are smiling, even in the dark. She is your teacher, your defense attorney, your personal press agent, even your shrink.

Monday, July 6, 2009


(Female feticide: Where my only fault is that I am a female/girl child, if I had been a male, I would have survived......)

Those who kill me
While in womb (only because i am a female)
Are not the killers

Killers are those

Who killed me For the want of dowry
After i was born!
May god!
With a sharp kinfe
All of them be torn!

Those who kill me

While in womb

(only because i am a female)
Are the cowards

Are the selfish
Are the helpless May god!
Take away their power of reproduction
So that To them
No child is born
No child is born!

And upon my death
Inside the womb
Outside the womb
Not the killers!
Not the cowards!
Not the selfish!
Not the helpless!

Should mourn!
(After reading this poem on a website, a lady expressed the desire to adopt a girl child from such people to save at least one female baby from this kind of feticide

Tuesday, May 26, 2009


She is a goddess to be worshipped. She is mother of nation that sustains the very breath of humanity. How can anyone even think of killing herand that too before her birth?We will fetch what we have sowed, For those who have killed their daughters {godesses} they will go through the same fate. B Unless India gives women a chance to survive, it would fail as the world’s largest democracy.