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  • Writer's pictureDr Willard Wigan MBE

Embracing Love and Gratitude for Women in Our Lives: Happy International Women's Day! 🌸

Today, we celebrate women's strength, resilience, and achievements worldwide, embracing Love and Gratitude for Women in Our Lives. 💪 Let's continue to uplift, empower, and support each other in our journeys. 🌍✨

Marie Antoinette in the eye of a needle (2015)
Marie Antoinette in the eye of a needle (2015)

In the spirit of celebrating the incredible women our mothers, aunties, and sisters - let's highlight the beauty of appreciating the small things. 💖 Here's a reminder that small gestures go a long way in making a big impact:


International Women's Day is a poignant occasion to celebrate the achievements, resilience, and contributions of women throughout history and in the present day. Embracing Love and Gratitude for Women in Our Lives. This year's theme focuses on fostering equality and well-being, emphasizing that small actions can create a substantial impact. Let's explore how we can show support for women as equals while highlighting the accomplishments of influential women across various fields.


Embracing Equality:

Equality is at the heart of building a just and thriving society. To truly support women as equals, we must recognize and celebrate their achievements, both historically and in contemporary times. Women and men alike contribute to the world's progress, and acknowledging this equality forms the foundation for positive change.


Express Gratitude: A simple "thank you" can brighten someone's day. Acknowledge and appreciate the efforts of the women in your life.


Quality Time: Spend a few moments engaging in meaningful conversations. Share laughter, and stories, and create lasting memories together.


Acts of Kindness: Small acts, like helping with chores or surprising them with thoughtful gestures, show love and consideration.


Handwritten Notes: Take a moment to pen down your feelings. A heartfelt note can convey appreciation in a way that words alone might not capture.


Cook a Meal: Surprise the special woman in your life with a homemade meal. It's a delicious way to show love and care.


Listen: Sometimes, all they need is someone to listen. Offer a listening ear and share in their joys and concerns.


Virtual Hugs: In the digital age, sending a virtual hug or a sweet message can bridge distances and bring warmth to their day.


Zeta Wigan Portrait
Inspirational Women - Zeta Wiggan - Willard Wiggins Mum

Tag or share the incredible women who inspire you and share your thoughts on how we can create a more inclusive and equal world for all. 👭💖


Microscopic art 1950’s Queen Elizabeth II in the eye of a needle.
1950’s Queen Elizabeth II in the eye of a needle.


Small Acts of Love:

In our pursuit of equality, it's crucial to remember that small things matter. Simple acts of kindness, encouragement, and respect contribute to a culture of empowerment. Whether it's acknowledging a colleague's achievements, expressing gratitude, or lending a helping hand, these gestures collectively create an inclusive and supportive environment.


Inspirational Women from History:


   - First woman to win a Nobel Prize in Physics (1903) and Chemistry (1911).

   - Pioneering research in radioactivity and a trailblazer for women in science.


   - First female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean.

   - Inspiring generations with her courage and determination.


Present-Day Trailblazers:


   - Advocate for girls' education and the youngest-ever Nobel Prize laureate.

   - Continues to inspire with her commitment to human rights.


   - Iconic tennis player, holding numerous Grand Slam titles.

   - Advocates for gender equality in sports and beyond.


Future Influencers:


   - Young inventor and TIME's Kid of the Year in 2020.

   - Addresses global challenges through innovative solutions.


   - Inaugural Youth Poet Laureate of the United States.

   - Captivated the world with her poem at the Presidential Inauguration.


Achievements in Art and Culture:


   - Renowned Mexican artist known for her powerful self-portraits.

   - An emblem of feminist and cultural movements.


 2. Beyoncé:

   - Multi-talented artist and performer, advocating for racial and gender equality.

   - Uses her platform to empower and uplift others.


As we celebrate International Women's Day, let's commit to fostering equality through daily acts of kindness, respect, and support. Acknowledge the achievements of women, both past and present, and embrace the idea that small things matter. Together, we can create a world where women and men stand as equals, contributing their unique strengths to build a brighter future.


Remember, it's the small things that matter most. Let's celebrate and uplift the wonderful women around us! 💐🌸 #SmallThingsMatter #Appreciation #LoveForWomen #SpreadKindness

1 Comment


plonkarchivist
Apr 16

It's interesting to note that his mother supported him in his quest to disprove the existence of anything. geometry dash

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