Uniquely me – To live life by embracing the extraordinary beauty in chaos. As women, we celebrate our graceful navigation through the complexities of life, weaving an invisible tapestry of resilience with strokes of compassion and determination. Women’s Day is a reminder that our strength doesn’t lessen our gentleness, nor does our tenderness undermine our power. Instead, these components harmoniously coexist within us, forming a mosaic of complex individuals. In a world that sometimes attempts to define us by societal norms and limitations, Women’s Day is a bold declaration of our individuality and strength. It reminds us that we have the capacity to shape our destinies, break down barriers, and exceed expectations.
All of the different, interesting and crazy experiences I’ve gone through makes me unique. To me, being a woman means being able to listen to Taylor Swift on full blast, dancing in the kitchen, and drinking beer with the guys. We can be beautifully complicated, we can change our minds and experience feelings deeply. I am proud to say I am a woman, and I have gone through many trials and have experienced the highs and lows of what it means to be a woman.
What makes me unique is my ability to feel and experience life incredibly intensely. I used to view this as a weakness, but I’ve come to appreciate it as a beautiful quality to possess. I put everything I possibly have into the people I care about and value connections with others deeply. Women’s Day for me can be described by a poem written by Rupi Kaur: I stand on the sacrifices of a million women before me, thinking, “What can I do to make this mountain taller so the women after me can see further.”