Listening to women's history's has become a great strength to me.
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She was BOLD, unwavering, STUBBORN, CONFIDENT, FOCUSED, and did whatever was necessary to fulfill her vision for justice.
All of her tragedies through out her life are written in a simple sentence, while the rest of her biography is on her vision, observations, and accomplishments.
We all too often get stuck in our own emotions of devastation and depression when tragedy hits. Yet, we all have great things to accomplish beyond the trials and obstacles we face. If we could understand that the trials are what make us capable of fulfilling our callings in life, then we would allow our tragedies to become a sentence in history.
Devastation can become the glue to our lives and relationships.