A mother of two beautiful children, Lucie Clark was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis while she was slowing losing her eyesight and ability to walk.
Three cheers ladies! Happy Women's Day
8th of March dawns. It is International Women’s Day.
To the woman who talks on the phone, makes a grocery list, attends to her child’s homework, and sautés the onions all at the same time; to the woman who is bent over the fields, hums a tune, ploughs and harvests, and watches over her sleeping baby under the tree; to the lady who has raised her children to be responsible and sensitive citizens of the world; to the master chef whose curry bears the aroma of her commitment and affection for the family; to the teacher to whose arms a child runs into every single day; to the mom who bears the world’s most excruciating pain to bring forth a new life into this world; to every little girl who nurtures lofty ambitions; to every woman, young or old, who enjoys womanhood with all its joys and sorrows – Happy Women’s Day.
Ask a man how a world without women would feel? Pat will come the reply! “Wow! How I wish”!! Leave him alone for just a few minutes without a single woman – mom, friend, wife or daughter – and watch him collapse.
A world without women is a world sans sustenance. Sustenance doesn’t stop with carrying a baby for nine months and nurturing it after delivery. The umbilical cord that sustains life, contains stem cells, that if preserved can give a new lease of life by treating life threatening conditions.