“We see the world, not as it is, but as we are.”
Stephen R. Covey, Author of The 7 Habits of Highly Successful People
This is an interesting notion and fundamental to understanding what it means to be a woman. How much of who we are is dependent on social constructs, and what does that mean as we approach International Women’s Day?
Join WomanScape as we spend the month of March reflecting on the lens of life. Our physical anatomy at birth determines whether we are male or female, but the way we see each other and ourselves is influenced by other conditions and perspectives.
This Week on WomanScape
WS Cares in Kilimanjaro
As you are reading today’s newsletter, I’m climbing down the mountain in Tanzania. It’s by far the longest day, having started the ascent at midnight last night to get to the top and climbing down the hill most of the day to return to the Machame Gate where it all started.
WS will continue to promote the Angel Ava Fund in our second magazine issue, due out this April. FREEDOM follows our BLISS magazine, and promises to be another fantastic celebration of inspired living and stories that celebrating history-making trailblazers. Remember you can still:
- Donate to Angel Ava’s non-profit to fund research by clicking HERE.
- Purchase a SUBSCRIPTION to WS Magazine and we’ll donate 20% of sales from our first two 2020 quarterly issues to the Angel Ava’s fund.
Kwaheri (goodbye) for now and check back this week for safari highlights as I turn my lens on the beautiful grasslands and animals of Africa in Serengeti National Park. More adventures to come this week on WomanScape and Happy International Women’s Day!
The WomanScape Team