The Arab Muslim Women (11)

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An Address to the Arab Muslim Women (11/32)

Before undertaking any action, ask yourselves, what would be the outcome?
You don’t work only for money, but in order to live you deserve an income.

You made a big progress in thought and in deed.
You for sure have come a very long way indeed.

You participate in everything. You do not just sit there and observe.
You watch what you say. But you express yourself without reserve.

You think you have nothing to say. Starting expressing yourself, ideas flow. Like a tap,
Closed, nothing comes out of it. When you open it, water starts to flow. It doesn’t stop.

Do not be upset, if you get no recognition from those you serve.
You sure will get from someone else all the reward you deserve.

We do not mock anyone hoping, thinking that he is but a diminished man, a lame.
If it happens to us, there'll be no one for our thoughtfulness but ourselves to blame.

If you harm someone, who does not harm you back, don't thin you'll get away with it.
Someone else will sure make you pay for the wrong you have done. You’ll have a fit.

You won't have a fit. You won't let that happen in any event. Before you act
You think of the consequences. For this reason you treat everyone with tact.

You reap what you sow. You sure are very careful in what you invest.
You do realize that If you sow a good seed, you make a good harvest.

You face hardship with equanimity; you do not repress or express your anger.
You release it. “What doesn’t kill you”, says Nietzsche, “makes you stronger.*”

You certainly do not expect to get rid of all your pain.
You are realistic; you sure don’t build castles in Spain.

He seldom looks at and listens to you. And that has been so for years.
You sometimes wonder what’s the use for him to have eyes and ears.

If you do not feel like talking and are asked a question, you do not have to reply.
Just as when you are given very often-foolish orders, you are free not to comply.

When you are asked to act against your will, you do not obey; you refuse
Nicely and gently. Don't rebel. Gentleness isn't weakness. Don't confuse.

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(*) F. Nietzsche

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