The Women That We Are…

While reading all the posts in this series, I realised I don’t just want to write about the woman that I am, but the woman we all are. Due to our social conditioning since childhood, most women spend their lives being the best version of what others want them to be, not who they actually are. We want to be the best daughter, the best sister, the best wife, the best mother, the best friend. The best self? In all these roles, that is very well forgotten.

The woman that I am today is not afraid of being who she is – she is aware of her strengths and her flaws. She is not perfect and neither is she aiming to be – perfection is just a mirage meant to drive us to insanity. She is a daughter who may not call her parents for days but the care in heart never decreases. She is the wife who might tell your flaws but she is also the one who will be the rock behind you all the while. She is the wicked witch mother who will push you passionately to your goals but if you do falter, she will always be there to comfort your every sorrow. She is still struggling to find her potential but she is also comfortable in her own skin.

So Women, Awaken the Power Within, Unleash Your Inner Goddess, Step Out and Shine!

Be Holy, Be Hellfire,

Be Protector, Be Destroyer,

Be Power, Be Poise,

Be Passion, Be Calm,

Be Happy, Be Blue,

Be Forgiveness, Be Faith,

Be Pleasure, Be Pain,

Be Love, Be Light,

Be Cruel, Be Kind,

Be Deserving, Be Divine,

Be Vulnerable, Be Impregnable,

Be the woman who stands up for what is right,

Be the woman who others fear to fight.

Don’t be afraid to be the woman they stop and stare,

After all, they haven’t seen a Walking Goddess in a while!

 

 

 

“This post is a part of ‘The Woman That I Am’ Blog Hop #TheWomanThatIAm organized by Rashi Roy and Manas Mukul #RRxMM. The Event is sponsored by Kraffitti.”

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117 thoughts on “The Women That We Are…

    1. Cheers to Such a Woman and this Woman writer
      “You are strong enough to handle your challenges , wise enough to find a solution to your problems, and capable enough to do whatever needs to be done !”

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  1. I was eagerly waiting for your post, and indeed, it was worth the wait! A soul-searching for every woman, inspirational and insightful. Loved every word of it! Time to be what we want to be, and not what others expect us to become. Cheers!

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  2. Beautiful poetry on the world of every women, truly believe in being the version of ourselves rather than other’s choice, somewhere we forget to take self factor into consideration while performing various roles for others.Well said!!

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  3. Hi Surbhi! I just loved loved loved the poem. Really loved the deep thought of A Walking Goddess!! We so need to be one like this. A thought provoking piece it was. Much love.

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  4. Surbhi, this has to be one of my favorite all time posts! I love the chutzpah in it just as much as I love the grace of it! Love the poem and all your thoughts behind the words! Kudos on this wonderful piece of writing!

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  5. Totally loved the post. Yeah! We are the women who don’t afraid to make hard rules and goals and always push our limits as well as the family. No cares much, No bothered much, celebrated us as we are. Wow! Writing and observing the feel of these words make me thrilled. The superb poem in the end. The complete package for me.

    Deepika Mishra

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  6. I agree with the point that women are usually changing themselves to please the society and people around them and slowly this is changing. Your poem was so powerful yet so real. I loved it to the core Surbhi and I will be reading more of your work right away.
    More power to you 🙂
    — rightpurchasing.com

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  7. Wow, when you say – So Women, Awaken the Power Within, Unleash Your Inner Goddess, Step Out and Shine! It just boosts confidence.
    A superb poem, this certainly needs to be read every day as it will motivate, make me confident and fill in the needed energy with all the awesome words of being a walking Goddess.

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  8. Your post is hammers a strong point. Women are pushed to be the best in every role they play. The key words being pushed. It is important to let the society be as it is and just be yourself. In the process of trying to be the best we forget ourselves and that’s why today so many women suffer from depression. Your poem is very nice!!

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  9. women are conditioned, hard wired to put themselves on a back seat. everyone else matters except for themselves. time we remind ourselves to realise our worth. Ur posts are always thought-provoking Surbhi and this one is too.I guess i will never get tired of reading this post.. i can read it again n again..n again.. It does ignite a fire!

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  10. Lovely words..You are right we are not true versions of ourselves but versions of expectations of others.. Your poetic declaration was bang on..It really showed what we are and what we are actually capable of..Best of luck for your future writing..

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  11. You should have titled your post as ‘The walking Goddess’ ….I loved this line actually . Well written poem rather it’s a powerful one . Thanx for a motivational writeup.

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  12. Hey Dear How are you?
    So nice to read you after a long time and Glad we are doing this blog hop together.
    You always wrote very powerfully and this post was no exception as I know what kind of writer and person you are. I have bookmarked it and I am sharing this with my other female friends.

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  13. That was a very powerful and inspiring post. All women that we are must read it daily especially when the expectations of others affect our confidence. Loved the poem, A crisp post which says a lot. One of my favorites in the hop so far. 🙂

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  14. “She is a daughter who may not call her parents for days but the care in heart never decreases,” it captured my attention. Quite practical approach. Loved it.

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  15. I am fully impressed with your post. somewhere we all woman ignore our self-care and self-importance while we performing our duties for the family, but we should need to showed other’s what we actually loved and what we are capable to do. loved your complete post.

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  16. Well written and inspiring piece Surbhi. The power of mind that is latent in every woman is waiting to be unleashed. This poem will surely motivate every one to be the best version of themselves.

    Meena from balconysunrise.wordpress.com

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  17. I started reading the post and it sounded different but when I read you poem it shook my sleepy soul and gave me the goosebumps that I needed to spring out of the slumber of inactivity, helplessness, lazy wave and negative mindset. Very intelligently written.
    Urvashi

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  18. “Don’t be afraid to be the woman they stop and stare,

    After all, they haven’t seen a Walking Goddess in a while!”

    Frame it gal, this is what is required.
    And next time I meet you, o wish to have this signed by you!
    I am so happy reading your post and love the connect you build through words…

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  19. Walking goddess, now that’s one term that’s going to stay with me for a while! Just like women, this post has the right attitude but is laced with elegant writing. Loved the way you’ve made us all come together as one. 🙂

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  20. Powerful words and powerful poem. Really inspiring and motivating. I guess it’s time that women realise their potential and come out of their cocoon…Lovely poem..
    This line for me is the stand out.
    So Women, Awaken the Power Within, Unleash Your Inner Goddess, Step Out and Shine!

    #RRxMM #TheWomanThatIAm

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