This Woman’s Day, Let Us Celebrate The Women In Our Lives
March 8th, 2018 / 3:44 PM
Ever wondered how those plates magically appear on the table, how dirty clothes end up nice and clean in your cupboard, how the fridge is always filled with food you like and how the house is always spick and span?
If the woman of the house takes rest even for one day, everything gets messy. She wakes up before anyone else does otherwise the whole house would go hungry. She takes care of everybody’s needs without complaining.
She manages all the chores, and sometimes, while managing jobs. But we hardly stop to wonder how things are always miraculously done in the house?
Reliance Fresh, through this video, spreads a beautiful message to all the women – you deserve a break. This Women’s Day #JeeLeZara
This Women's Day, take a break from your responsiblities for just a day and #JeeLeZara
Posted by Reliance Fresh on Tuesday, March 6, 2018
The world would be a better place if we learn to respect each other and the work we do. Both men and women should know how to do chores around the house. It shouldn’t fall upon the woman to always be at everybody’s constant beck and call. She deserves breaks. Like said in the video, she deserves day-offs not only on Woman’s Day, but household work should be shared among the couple everyday. This is the essence of a healthy relationship and a small step toward a world where men and women live as equals.
A woman should be able to live free and comfortably on days she wants to just relax. She should be able to sleep till late, do things she likes and indulge in activities for herself.
When she starts living for herself, without constantly thinking of the needs of others, her mind will be more at peace. Many of us, after a tiring day at work, go out to meet friends or watch a movie at home. Shouldn’t women be able to do the same without having to worry if they have left the gas on or not, if they have taken clothes out of the washing machine or not.
This Women’s Day, let us celebrate the unconditional love of women and ask them to #JeeLeZara.