There are two words that since the dawn of time have inspired writers, musicians, designers, etc. The first is woman,and the second is love. What would the world be like without us ladies? If you are a woman and you are reading these lines, never forget to look in the mirror every day and tell yourself how beautiful, meaningful and strong you are.
If you are a man, never forget to be a gentleman to the ladies. We share some inspiring thoughts for women. And although some of them have a biting edge, they carry wisdom within them.
“If women did not exist, all the money in the world would lose all meaning.” - Aristotle Onassis
“Women are wiser than men because they know less and understand more. – James Thurber
“Whether they accept or refuse, women take equal pleasure in being asked.” - Ovid
“Women who strive to be equal to men lack ambition.” – Timothy Laurie
“The reason there are so few female politicians is because it's hard to put makeup on two faces.” - Maureen Murphy.
“A real man wants two things: danger and play. Therefore, he wants women – the most dangerous toy.” – Friedrich Nietzsche
“Women like quiet men. They think they are listening. “– Marcel Achard
“When I have one foot in the grave, I will tell the whole truth about women. I will say it, I will jump into the coffin, cover myself with a lid and exclaim: "Do what you know now! - Leo Tolstoy
“I do not wish women to have power over men, but above all over themselves.” – Mary Wollstonecraft
“What would men be without women? A rarity, gentlemen, a great rarity.” – Mark Twain
“Most women are one man away from prosperity.” – Gloria Steinem
“An archaeologist is the best man for a woman. The older she gets, the more interesting she is to him.” – Agatha Christie
“Whatever women do, they have to do it twice as well as men to be half as noticed. Fortunately, this is not difficult.” – Charlotte Wheaton
“When women kiss, I always think of the handshake between rivals.” – Mencken
“A man's face is his autobiography. A woman's face is her imagination.” – Oscar Wilde
“Men are taught to apologize for their weakness, women for their strength.” - Louis Weiss