In the time when virginity is no longer a big deal and celibacy seems to be impossible, we choose to be the woman who doesn’t follow the norm.
Be like a piezoelectric generator, when people step on you, instead of shutting down, give light and shine bright.
Since today is the International Women’s Day, I am featuring Azhaa. I believe that she is an example of a woman who never allows society to dictate who she is and who will she become.
We are the women who are not inferior to men, but their equals.
Sometimes, losing something means gaining more.
A few years ago, Maldives was just a dream. I could still remember how I spent hours in front of the computer looking at the picturesque photos of Maldives, wishing that someday, I would have the chance to see its beauty for real.
A woman’s worth is not like a piece of meat sold in the market that when it is no longer fresh, the price goes down.
I’m no longer a girl who cried over boys, but the woman who climbs mountains so high.
Fifteen cities, 24 days, one country, one love, a life-changing journey.
I asked myself what was my purpose of traveling… but I couldn’t fathom the answer to this simple question.
I may not be a girlfriend, a wife or a mother, but I a woman and I CAN’T BE CONVENTIONAL.