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Stories about women empowerment and real-life heroes

You Are Beautiful

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Ever felt like no one cares for you? Ever felt like you are alone in this world?

I hope not – at least, not right now.

You see, we always have someone who cares about us. You also see, we always have someone who is beside us.

This kind of people – they are not just there to care about us, but also there to love us unconditionally. This kind of people – they are not just there beside us, but also there supporting us.

No matter what you’ve gone through, no matter what you’re going through, no matter what you’ll go through…always remember that we care about you and that we are there beside you.

And if you’re a woman, never let anyone tell you otherwise. You are beautiful, no matter what you’ve gone through. You are strong, no matter what you’re going through. You are both an even more, no matter what you’ll go through.

You are beautiful in your own way. You are strong in your own way. You are both and even more – and yes, no matter what other people might say. At the end of the day, it is not others who were there in your shoes. At the end of the day, it is not others who were there in your suffering.

Even more so, you are beautiful just like the bright stars under a clear night sky. No matter how long it takes for you to win in life, time will still come to help you shine in your own way. No matter how many it takes for you to lose in life, time will still come to help you in your own way.

And yes, just like the bright stars under a clear night sky.

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6 Women Who Changed the World

Amelia Earhart

Across generations, there have been women who were trailblazers and catalysts of change. Some of their stories may be familiar to us. But there are also little known tales and heroes who have left their own indelible marks in this world. Here are just some of the many inspiring women of all time.

Amelia Mary Earhart
Amelia Earhart
Amelia Earhart was a renowned American aviator. Among her many lists of accomplishments, she is best known as the first woman pilot to fly solo across the Atlantic. There is also a great mystery surrounding her disappearance over the Pacific Ocean in 1937 as she was attempting to fly around the world.

Clara Barton

Clarissa Harlowe Barton, best known as Clara Barton, was a nurse and educator. She was the founder of the American Red Cross. She served as a nurse in a hospital during the American Civil War.

Harriet Tubman
Harriet Tubman
Harriet Tubman was born as a slave. She was an American abolitionist who helped fleeing slaves by serving as a “conductor” of the Underground Railroad. She was not only responsible in helping slaves escape but also served as a spy and a nurse during the Civil War.

Margaret Sanger
Margaret Sanger
Born Margaret Louise Higgins, Margaret Sanger was an educator and reproductive rights activists. She paved the way for the founding of the Planned Parenthood movement and was responsible for popularizing birth control.

Marie Curie
Marie Curie
Marie Curie, born Maria Sklodowska, was a physicist. She was the first woman to be awarded a Nobel Prize not just once. In 1903, she was awarded half of the Nobel Prize for Physics. She was then awarded the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1911. These prestigious and trailblazing awards were on top of the many accomplishments and recognitions she received throughout her life.

Rosa Parks
Rosa Parks
Rosa Parks was an activist. She became a symbol of the American Civil Rights and her subsequent arrest for refusing to give up her seat in a bus to a white passenger triggered a series of bus boycotts that became part of the movement on American civil rights.