The Power of Sisterhood


This month, as other bloggers focus on Easter and spring celebrations, I choose to reflect on the beauty of women’s unity and the empowerment of women. As I read about the great women that had come before me in history and saluted the brilliance of women during Women’s History Month last month, I began to think about the power of sisterhood. I have a great number of positive female role models in my life such as my best friend, family members, and spiritual mentor. However, this blog post is not about them or me. It’s about the power of sisterhood, the beauty of women empowering one another, and how women can help other women succeed and thrive in their careers and personal lives. When great women of power and authority combine to effect positive change in the world, there’s no limit to all the good that they can do. It’s no secret that girls run the world, lol. I love to see women supporting, bettering, and empowering one another instead of being catty competing with each other for jobs, men, and power. The world is full of successful people, and there’s enough success to go around. Women don’t have to belittle and demean one another just to get ahead in life. Besides, it’s better to help others on your way up the success ladder instead of pulling others down on your way up, because when you become successful you’ll need friends to help support and keep you at the top of your game. Being petty never helped any woman get to and remain at the top of the success ladder. Moreover, who says that women can’t have it all? We can be successful mothers, daughters, sisters, wives, and businesswomen when we help one another and use the power of sisterhood to make a difference in other women’s lives. The power of sisterhood and women’s unity are truly universal, and can help heal the wounds of women and the world…


What have you noticed about the power of sisterhood, and the impact it has on women’s lives? Feel free to share your comments in the comment section below on what you love about Women’s History Month


2 thoughts on “The Power of Sisterhood

  1. As a nurse I saw quite a variety of attitudes between nurses. But on the whole we helped each other and supported each other. My female friends helped me recently while I recovered from surgery. The key may be to choose your friends and treat them like you would want to be treated.

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