What does sisterhood mean to me?
When I think of the word sisterhood, I think of more than one individual sharing a blood-like connection. A sister is someone who you can talk to when you can't talk to anyone else. Someone you can get into an argument with and laugh within the next second because you know each other didn't mean it in a harmful way. She is someone who can make you laugh when you feel like crying, and will always keep it 100 with you by not telling you what you want to hear but what you need to hear. That someone you can depend on to be your rock when everything else is shaky. I believe that sisterly love means to accept your sister for what and who she is flaws and all. The difference is having a sisterhood within a line. With that major accumulation, Here is where the quotes “We our- our sisters keeper” and There is no I in team takes place. If one person messes up then we all mess up and have to not only be strong for ourselves but for each other. There are also many things that have to be remembered when on a line forming a sisterhood. Such as in order to receive respect then you must give it. We must be there for each other in every time of need to give a shoulder to cry on, a hand to hold, and a voice to pray with. We have to broaden our understanding for each other’s feelings and know that what one do can hurt us all. Every day we must work to build an unbreakable bond that we can share and nothing or no one can take away. When we link our arms together, we are no longer individuals, but we become one as a whole. Sisterhood means a family away from family, friendship, love, and most importantly reliability. I feel that once you're in a sisterhood, you are now bonded to these people and you should support each other in everything you do. It's not judging one another, but accepting each other’s differences and embracing them to help you become a better person. What some people fail to realize is what comes along with a sisterhood and the...
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