By using quotes
for women to provide inspirational stories to our readers, we establish a higher
level of humanity. Our goal is to uplift womanhood to it's rightful
place in our own minds...one woman at a time. And soon, the whole world
will reap the rewards of our self-empowerment!
"Once upon a time there was a young lady searching for motivational quotes for women while working at a job she despised. She chose the path of working for someone else over her dream because she thought it was sensible and secure. She was taught to play it safe and follow the crowd.
Once upon a time this woman realized she was desperately unhappy and "misery" was her middle name. Dark thoughts came upon her and the light of hope was no longer in her sight.
Once upon a time this woman read a certain book, and it changed her life. She pursued her childhood dream. She quit the job she hated and began to earn money from her passion.
Once upon a time this woman listened to the little child-like voice inside herself that whispered, "You Are Enough."
Once upon a time this woman smiled every day and she lived happily ever after."
The above story was written while the writer was searching for motivational quotes for women to lead her on a new path. The writer's life was on a downhill spiral and she was desperately searching for inspirational words to enlighten her and become her metaphorical "knight in shinning armor" riding on the mythical white horse.
We are not waiting for someone else to tell us the meaning of our lives. We must indeed establish, define, and announce what we say our purpose is and what our dreams are.
"Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death," a motivational quote said Patrick Henry in a speech he gave in 1775.
What are most of us saying now in these more modern times? I think it goes something like this, "Give me a steady paycheck with benefits and I will forget about my dream and bury it in the massive graveyard of lost dreams."
What is the price of freedom to you? For me, it is everything I yearn for. It is the freedom to choose the way I earn a living. It is not being forced to work for those who control the mega-corporations and in turn help them in making more money.
I would rather work for myself in a field of my choosing and struggle, if need be, for a while, than have the "security" of a steady paycheck. The paycheck means nothing if I am not Free.
Patrick Henry was not speaking of his job at the time but of his freedom to live the way he wanted...free from the control of another. We can all relate! How much would you "pay" for freedom? It is a question we all must think about."
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