This is but one example. We have heard of women loaning money to one another to start small businesses in third world countries. Real money that is loaned and paid back with hardly a default among them. As far back as we can remember, women have been awesome sisters to one another. Like Ruth from the bible, who gave up her home country and all that was familiar to her in order to stay in a foreign land to take care of her widowed mother-in-law. She vowed to never leave her and she never did.
Women are natural help mates. We are willing to sacrifice so much for those around us. When women get together we have a natural instinct to seek out pain and suffering and do anything within our power to help in healing. We are able to do this despite having our own wounded wings. Our desire is to make our environments better and more loving. We were made this way. And the world is a better place because we live among all human kind. Our joy comes from knowing we are not alone. We draw our strength from our sisters of every kind. We share a special bond and know the tremendous value we leave behind.
The strength of a woman is not measured by the impact that all her hardships in life have had on her; but the strength of a woman is measured by the extent of her refusal to allow those hardships to dictate her and who she becomes.