Tag: woman of worth

born for a time such as this: faith and grace

Bible women of faith and grace What better is a time such as this to remember all the good things in life? Women are born to remember the good things. We are born for any time that is called, a time such as this, in the like of queen Esther. I have compiled a list … Continue reading born for a time such as this: faith and grace

a woman’s secret to success

Who is Ruth? Read her secret to success. These women had accurately aligned with the great destiny set for them Two poor widows, (at the time when the judges ruled), Ruth and her mother-in-law Naomi returned across the River Jordan from Moab to Bethlehem. The Book of Judges recorded that Eglon, king of Moab, invaded Canaan … Continue reading a woman’s secret to success

A woman’s 2019 new year resolution (a conjecture)

Psalm 139:14 Another calendar year has gone by. For a woman, what may this mean? More external lines. More internal issues. More unfulfilled dreams shelved. Less certainty. Less physical resources. Less dreams. The above is merely conjecture based on incomplete information of each individual of this planet's female population: 3,801,846,256*Current female population as at 9-1-201949.6% of … Continue reading A woman’s 2019 new year resolution (a conjecture)

Rambling thoughts: Gender Polarization and solution (updated June 8, 2020)

woman's In Christ position Gender polarization is an ancient monster that has reared its ugly head menacingly and is increasingly prowling around looking for victims to devour in this time. But I cannot remember my siblings and I being deliberately brought up in the polarization way. We were just flowing with life and circumstances. In … Continue reading Rambling thoughts: Gender Polarization and solution (updated June 8, 2020)

a fifty percent attempt

Fifty "Fifty" is a 2015 Nigerian romantic drama film released on December 18, 2015. Fifty captures few pivotal days of four women at the pinnacle of their careers. "FIFTY – The Movie" in New Zealand follows Mal Law’s bold attempt to run 50 mountain marathons over 50 peaks in just 50 days, all around New Zealand, … Continue reading a fifty percent attempt

it was a woman physicist who discovered the power of nuclear energy

"Racial and gender prejudice are dramatic backdrops to our modern era. The dramatic splitting of the atom—“nuclear fission”—was a discovery which changed our world. Yet few know that it was a woman physicist who discovered the power of nuclear energy just after her dramatic escape from Nazi Germany. The irony of the story of Lise … Continue reading it was a woman physicist who discovered the power of nuclear energy

a woman of finance background to watch

"She is steadfast and confident, honest and reliable.A tower of strength for those she cares for and a rock to the family. "We have a bright future outside the EU. In total 170 countries in the world are outside the EU. Most of them have sensible trading arrangements, including with Europe, and workable immigration policies. … Continue reading a woman of finance background to watch

So, let our lives Be full of dreams

A few poems quoted at random from Spring Water (published 1923) by Bingxin (Chinese: “Pure in Heart”), a woman poet from China. Spring Water 1 Water in spring, It is another year, And you are still running after the breeze. May I have a look at My reflection again? Water replies gently with thanks: "My friend, … Continue reading So, let our lives Be full of dreams

Schoolteacher, physician, and mother

Schoolteacher, physician, and mother. Kidd Trout (April 21, 1841 - November 10, 1921) was the first woman in Canada legally to become a medical doctor, and was the only woman in Canada licensed to practice medicine until 1880, when Emily Stowe completed the official qualifications. The field of the 19th Century was dominated by men while … Continue reading Schoolteacher, physician, and mother

She led an army of voteless women

  She "led an army of voteless women in 1919 to pressure Congress to pass the constitutional amendment giving them the right to vote and convinced state legislatures to ratify it in 1920" and "was one of the best-known women in the United States in the first half of the twentieth century and was on … Continue reading She led an army of voteless women

daughters in boxes: first Japanese feminists

Toshiko Kishida, Japanese woman activist She was a writer, activist, and one of the first women in Japan to speak publicly about women’s rights. She began lecturing when she was just 20 years old! Who is she?  At the period of reform in the Meiji-Taisho, Japanese male nationalists argued that improving the status of women … Continue reading daughters in boxes: first Japanese feminists

a rare diamond in the history of women: “I am one of those who think like Nobel,”

“Life is not easy for any of us. But what of that? We must have perseverance and above all confidence in ourselves. We must believe that we are gifted for something and that this thing must be attained.” “I am one of those who think like Nobel, that humanity will draw more good than evil … Continue reading a rare diamond in the history of women: “I am one of those who think like Nobel,”

It took her eleven years to achieve her calling

Harper Lee was accepted into the university's law school, but she soon decided that writing was her true calling. In 1949, a 23-year-old Lee arrived in New York City to start her writing career. Her first book was published in 1960, the famous classic for which she is now best known , the Pulitzer Prize-winning … Continue reading It took her eleven years to achieve her calling

woman of faith (3): Love is larger

"God does not have problems. Only plans," proclaimed Corrie ten Boom when a clerical error allowed her to be released from a Nazi concentration camp one week before all women prisoners her age were executed. Corrie and her family helped Jews escape the Nazi Holocaust during World War II and, by all accounts, saved nearly … Continue reading woman of faith (3): Love is larger

woman of faith (2): Keep free to follow the will of God

THE GENDER ISSUE “I saw that God had given me a specific commission . . . but the one objection was the fact that I was a woman. There was no quarrel with the message . . . no denial of the divine seal . . . no getting away from the evidence of the … Continue reading woman of faith (2): Keep free to follow the will of God

random quotes of women on writing

“On a gray afternoon I sit in a silent room and contemplate din. In the street a single car passes - a rapid bass vowel - and then it is quiet again. So what is this uproar, this hubbub, this heaving rumble of zigzag static I keep hearing? This echo chamber spooling out spirals of … Continue reading random quotes of women on writing

Grand-aunt’s visit 15: blooms in light and shades

grand-aunt's remarks: "how brightly they bloom!" effortless shinning each day regardless what ails ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ May there be abundant grain throughout the land, flourishing even on the hilltops. May the fruit trees flourish like the trees of Lebanon, and may the people thrive like grass in a field. (Psalm 72:16) Even in old age they will … Continue reading Grand-aunt’s visit 15: blooms in light and shades