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This quotation is seen by each of us but we don’t know the meaning what it actually says. We are living in a patriarchal system where women are underestimated. Women are so strong as a species but they are suppressed by dominant men’s society. We must encourage women to stand out and to take part in the improvement of society.
A household who works in the home can do so much if she is educated. She can transform her knowledge to her children, a lady doctor can teach to her children how to follow her path and become a good person and work for the betterment of society. We must spread awareness to villagers to teach their daughters so this would help them in the improvement of society.
This is actually a cycle because an educated woman transfers her knowledge to her children and those children will further contribute to society. Our religion has given so much importance to women, so our society should also do the same thing.
Our first lady, Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto is an example of women empowerment. Miss Fatima Jinnah, the sister of Quaid-e-Azam is also the best example for all of us. She was educated and took part with her brother in the formation of Pakistan. She was aware of her surroundings and she changed the concepts of many people.
Today, we see that women are told that they should complete their education and get married, why is this so? Firstly, she should groom herself and be independent. Then, she can do whatever she wants to do. We see many women whose husbands die at an early age and there is no one to help them financially.
Financially empowered women are so strong. They can stand on their own feet and they’re financially stable. This can happen only if she is educated otherwise she has to work at people’s houses and do so much labor to earn for her family. We must speak for those women who can’t speak on their own and we should acknowledge them.