My day of being.

Valéria Barbosa
Posted March 9, 2020 from Brazil
My day of being.

 

My day of being. Differentiating myself from man to woman is not important in science and how much a single chromosome makes a difference in the life of a being. For being a woman she was rejected and grateful for being a man! As a resolved woman, what voice would be my weapon! And I used my silence and my singing to be, to exist as a person. Turning my voice into words just a chromosome, a strong hot pink gave me strength. But how do you know the difference, if you didn't have 49 male chromosomes inside me? I would never know, because he was a woman's boy. From this action of the woman decided to be female. And as a female, I wanted to be a caretaker of the saints in the favela. I am a caretaker of the saints incarnated in the marginalized ghettos. I am a caretaker of these saints just because I am a woman. For feeling that the holy children who are prevented from being in the holy world of the children that I have not given birth to. Do not give up on fighting for more than one male chromosome, because it is inside my male part, why not defend the two who walk in the streets with no destination? My fifty feminine touches of the soul live with six decades of looking at the boys and girls of life. As a trained woman dealing only with a gender that cultivates all my action, the child, who is blue or pink, forms lilac of transformation and respects the elderly or time does not subtract the desire to love and multiplies the saber. Today, today, in full inner peace, this woman can say that a lot of lutes choose my way of being in the world. I chose to be just happy!

 

WE ARE STRONGER TOGETHER! YOUR VOICE HAS STRENGTH! Join World Pulse Today and change the future of technology! " HAPPY INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY / MONTH! #LogOnRiseUp #SheTransformsTech # IWD2020 #eachforequal #generationequality #internationalwomensday # internationalwomensday2020

This story was submitted in response to #SheTransformsTech.

This story was submitted in response to #SheTransformsTech.

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Jill Langhus
Mar 09
Mar 09

Hi Valéria,

Thanks for sharing your lovely photo and inspiring post. I quite agree. What makes us so different from men? It really is ridiculous. I hope you have a great week, dear.

XX

Valéria Barbosa
Mar 09
Mar 09

Gratitude. Hugs.

Jill Langhus
Mar 09
Mar 09

Thanks, dear! XX

Anita Shrestha
Mar 10
Mar 10

Thank you for sharing

Metiege Noel Eve
Mar 11
Mar 11

Congratulations sister and thank you for sharing such beautiful images.

Doris Ogueri
Mar 12
Mar 12

Sure, we are stronger together. Great work!

Paulina Nayra
Mar 17
Mar 17

Hola Valeria!
God must be happy watching over you taking care of the saints in the ghettos. And choosing to be happy will certainly make the work lighter. The children will be inspired by your example.
Good luck in everything you do sister.

Huggs.

JANEKALU
Mar 21
Mar 21

Thanks for sharing
Regards
Jane Kalu

Kabahenda
Mar 22
Mar 22

Valeria,
I thank you for this post. It is thought provoking and it is inspirational.

I am proud of you sister and your noble mission of taking care of angels in the favelas. I have seen the favelas and that work is a labour of love. Kudos and blessings to you.

Beth Lacey
Mar 24
Mar 24

Great picture! Happy IWD!

Veronica Ngum Ndi
Mar 25
Mar 25

Dear Valeria
Thanks for sharing this beautiful write-up.It is very right to make yourself different from men and to bring other sisters with you on this journey.I love the photo
Love
Veronica Ngum
Bamenda,Cameroon

Rahmana Karuna
Mar 25
Mar 25

Dearest Valeria (my keyboard doesn't have the correct "e")
WE ARE STRONGER TOGETHER!
i have a problem with classification of ANY kind, everyone and everything is unique and the same and all one.
love and hugs and keep speaking and writing and dancing and laughing!!