WOMANHOOD, A Gift To The World – Elliot Borketey writes for International Women’s Day
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Some say money makes the world go round, but hey ironically it is rather “Women make the world go round & beautiful”.
After close from work, I walk passed the Market Circle in Sekondi Takoradi with a colleague; and he made a statement that kept repeating in my mind all day through the night.
“Elliot! All these market women you see gathered here are those who sustain the Ghanaian economy: Struggle to put food on a table: Solving household problems we have no idea about.”
And then I began pondering over the statement as it hit me right; truly our women are doing excellently well in their chosen jobs for humanity.
One musician played a song titled “Serwah Akoto”.. Wish you can get the lyrics, my cherished reader.
There are so many problems in various households and family; in that regard which are given lasting solution by women.
Bible says they’re the weaker vessels.
In light of this we must endeavor to love ,cheerish and of course hold them in high esteem. When the unexpected happens, these weaker vessels feels it the most and efforts they make towards preventing a reoccurrence can not be over emphasize.
You fall sick and a woman will show you the essence of true love. Bring a bad news home and you will appreciate the essence of a woman’s presence at home. They’re naturally sweet beyond human understanding. Show a woman love and affection and watch her glow into that beautiful flower in your vineyard.
Salute to our Industrious women out there.
Indeed you make the world go Round.
(Story: Elliot Borketey)
Source: Beenie Words