Women Strength Quotes

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Audre Lorde
“When I dare to be powerful, to use my strength in the service of my vision, then it becomes less and less important whether I am afraid.”
Audre Lorde

Sarah Strohmeyer
“The power of women united, I am again reminded, is an invincible thing.”
Sarah Strohmeyer, Sweet Love

Ljupka Cvetanova
“Women strive to be the change they want to see in the mirror.”
Ljupka Cvetanova, The New Land

Jeanette LeBlanc
“1212Forget what they told you. You are love child of a passionate affair between goddess and universe. You were born of a steamy forbidden heat and you were made for the cyclone of unadulterated wholeness. You are a daughter of delight. You are the unconstrained mother of all. A fierce warrior. A wicked priestess. Your roots twist into this earth. Your spirit rises in glorious asana. You let loose with the howl of the wilderness you’ve held tight all these years.
You are the wild. Untethered. Gloriously free.”
Jeanette LeBlanc

“Some women born to raise a beautiful families while some women are born to build an empire from ashes and rule the rest.”
Pradeepa Pandiyan

“Woman
How pliable she be
Ever-bending never-breaking
Woman”
spoken silence

Kristin Hannah
“Men tell stories", I say. It is the truest, simplest answer to his question. Women get on with it. For us it was a shadow war. There were no parades for us when it was over, no medals or mentions in history books. We did what we had to during the war, and when it was over, we picked up the pieces and started our lives over.”
Kristin Hannah, The Nightingale

Marcello Fois
“To this woman the word "worldwide" seems much worse than the word "war". Because Women have always being fighters: fighting themselves, fighting poverty, fighting drunken husbands, fighting children that need sorting out. But the whole world, dear God - worldwide is quite another thing.”
Marcello Fois, Bloodlines

“every woman deserves a man
who challenges her ideas
but never her authority;
someone who can question her capacity
without the need to question her ability.”
Samantha Pickron