We are fighting the Wrong War!

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We are fighting the Wrong War!

If this article hits home for you – SHARE IT on your wall and to the women in your lives that need to be reminded of their worth.

Enough of the division between women – the war is not between us, rather against us! We have tasted and wasted so much time and energy competing, criticizing and fighting the wrong war.

Our  battles against each other are simply distractions that hold us back from seeing the bigger war against us.  There is a massive war against women today!

The truth is that we are pinned against each other, and we have become a victim to loneliness, depression, anxiety, suppression, anger and resignation.  

We can no longer afford to be victims, we need to be the hero’s for the next generation.

In America, we have arrived at a level of freedom that women a hundred years ago would have never dared to dream.  

So we have to honor our journey and honor the women who have suffered for our freedom.

So many men and women before us fought long and hard so women today could taste the privilege of freedom that most of them never lived to see.

Thank you to the women and men who have fought for the freedom we bask in today.

Thank you for your courage and for dreaming so bravely, even when the odds were against you!

We honor you today and everyday. We are grateful for our freedom.

Let’s bring it back down to present reality.  

Do you believe you are free? Do you think women today are free?

The natural fruit of freedom is peace, joy, enthusiasm, courage and collaboration.

However, our data tells us that women today are unhappy with who they are and they do not believe they are worthy of good.  

Between anxiety, depression, eating disorders, exhaustion and the mental wars that women are suffering today, we can’t wholeheartedly say that we are free…and that is because we are not.

Having freedom does not equal being free.  We possess the external freedom but not the internal.
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