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Shobana Gomes

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Education for Women

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Education for Women

Women have come a long way to achieve empowerment through education. In the initial stages, it was an uphill battle for them to be recognized as good enough to compete with their male counterparts.

Now that they have shown their mettle in every aspect of educational excellence, I must say that women are taken to be equal partners to build world economies and be leaders in their chosen professions.

They have earned the respect as a gender who can counter challenges, and at the same time continue in the pro-creation of mankind.

Women now juggle their duties as moms, wives, co-workers, and friends, and still stand out as the person most needed in a relationship. They nurture heart and soul in everything they do.

There is an in-built strength surrounding women. They have the resources needed to build better lives for those around them.

Women who are educated are healthier and contribute to healthy lives. They are more productive and learn to participate in societal needs for the betterment of a country as a whole. They are more inclined to racial integration and teach their young how to nurture and fulfill their dreams.

Education broadens minds.

So, here's to women who have empowered themselves with knowledge by creating a more literate society in their communities and the world over.

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A book worth your time:

Where the Rain Falls is now published on Amazon. So far it has garnered raving

reviews. Here's the latest review of the book:

Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on February 26, 2023

This book is a well-written fast read, but woah...it is one of those books that sort of punches you in the heart but makes you want to keep reading. Literary fiction at its best, with overarching points about survival - what it means - and who is in control of what happens next. The entire story reminded me of a Dorothea Lange picture - the harshness of the drought, poverty, and such beautifully illustrative language. A must-read!It is a book you won't want to miss reading.

Read the sample pages here: First two chapters.

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