Women: Blessing, curse or victim?
What are we turning into? Keeping in mind the distinctive roles or men and women I would like to discuss a few things that have been on my mind for quite some time now. Things aren't getting better as we can see; the least we can do is to be expressive and raise our voice. I am in no way playing blame games. I just want to get this message across to the world, loud and clear. Women in Pakistan are still in the process of discovering their identity. In doing so, some are going beyond what their natural self requires them to be and some have been suppressed underground. Why can't women accept who they are and fight for their rights and values? Women are not to be suppressed. They have rights to more than cruelty, deceit and are not to be used as a mere toy by men. Believe it or not, guys, they have a mind of their own; they have their own set of values and desires. They are made to be loved, cherished, valued, respected and taken care of, and in return they would multiply all of this and give you a lot more and sacrifice anything for you. Now I'd like to point out that I don't mean to offend anyone. If I mention cruel men, I don't mean all men are like that, nor are all women suppressed as such. But I am referring to a vast majority of Pakistani people. So why do women become the helpless victim, suppressed and powerless? Is that so? Yes, women can't fight in the way men can… but as someone very wise once said "A Pen is mightier than the sword". Raise your voice. Get educated. Don't be scared. Don’t wait for this society to wake up. It will be too late then. The first thing we need to understand and believe, firmly, is that women are not weak. We are who we choose to be. We become our beliefs. Women need to know and deeply believe that they are not weak. This is not to be misunderstood. I am not talking of physical attacks or brutal fights. I am merely making a point. Don't give up. Keep reading. Take out the time to do...
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