The Invisible Woman

This is beautiful. I had read it before, but never seen it. A great message, and so anti the “I have my rights”…”I’m worth it”…”what about my ‘quality of life?’ ” and the “me-time” focus of our generation. What are WE building today? A shrine to self, or a great cathedral?


One thought on “The Invisible Woman

  1. Wow! Thanks for posting this. A dear friend and I were just this week discussing this very topic. Some have alluded to the fact that my friend and I have “wasted” our education. We both know that investing in our families is our heart’s desire and calling.

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