EMPOWERING WOMEN

through enlightenment

Goddesses Blessing Goddesses' vision is to empower women Veterans and all women to make positive changes in their lives no matter who they are, where they have come from, or whatever it is that they have gone through. 

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We must educate our young people and empower them by providing viable lifeskills in the early stages of their lives.

They need to learn self compassion, self responsibility, and that through understanding, receive the keys to connect them with the world around them.

We must call out their seeds of greatness within them, and speak visions of living in peace so that they will become equipted with the ability to call on this power in their hour of need.

We must teach them to never forfeit their  lives to begin with and that the love for self is their greatest weapon.

That who they are really does matter.

We must put an end to all injustices worldwide.

 It is our responsibility to do so!

We must show them how to teach others how they wish to be treated.

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About Victims: ( In the U.S. alone)

44% of victims are under age 18

80% are under age 30

 

What is a Victim? Webster's definition:

Someone injured or otherwise harmed by, or suffering from some act, condition, or circumstance.

A person who suffers some loss.

 

The Victim:

Cannot be rescued. He or she must choose to rescue themselves and this may involve reaching out for help first. 

It can take years to recover from any type of abuse and without the necessary treatment, some people never receive the healing they need.

The victim must learn from the sequences that that they experienced as being a victim and accept that they are not to be blamed for the abuse they endured.

 

Victimization:

Communities infused with a culture of poverty and violence can never be sustainable. That is because the climate is made up of feelings of fear, Victimization, and an imbalance of power. Sadly, but true, in some instances abuse starts from a place they call home. A place where they thought was  safe.

 

Women: stop leaving your children,  (especially your daughters) home with men you have only known briefly or have yet to prove themselves to you.

( including/ but not limited to, ( their fathers!) We need to be mindful that our young girls have grown up women bodies with the minds of  children and they look for us to teach and protect them.

Use good common sense and judgement with all men around your children. Circle back home to see whats really going on in your castle Goddess!

This is your responsibility as mother.

 

Help us in the fight to end all evil especially when it applies to our innocent children!

 

In the news:

The women of Syria have been especially hard hit. Last year, more than 145,000 Syrian women sought refuge in Egypt, Lebanon, Iraq and Jordan as sole caregivers for their families. They did so under daily threats of violence, and frequently without means of putting food on their tables. This year, as Syria's civil war rages on, that number will climb.

The severity of the number is hard to picture, but it equates to filling the entirety of Syracuse, New York or Savannah, Georgia with single mothers, fleeing from war. 

As the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) special envoy Angelina Jolie said, "Syrian refugee women are the glue holding together a broken society. Their strength is extraordinary, but they are struggling alone."

It doesn’t have to be that way.

On the heels of International Women’s Day and on the four year marker of the Syrian civil war, the UN is asking us all to speak out about Syria’s deteriorating humanitarian situation.

en of Syria have been especially hard hit. Last year, more than 145,000 Syrian women sought refuge in Egypt, Lebanon, Iraq and Jordan as sole caregivers for their families. They did so under daily threats of violence, and frequently without means of putting food on their tables. This year, as Syria's civil war rages on, that number will climb.

 

 

The severity of the number is hard to picture, but it equates to filling the entirety of Syracuse, New York or Savannah, Georgia with single mothers, fleeing from war. 

As the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) special envoy Angelina Jolie said, "Syrian refugee women are the glue holding together a broken society. Their strength is extraordinary, but they are struggling alone."

It doesn’t have to be that way.

On the heels of International Women’s Day and on the four year marker of the Syrian civil war, the UN is asking us all to speak out about Syria’s deteriorating humanitarian situation.

The women of Syria have been especially hard hit. Last year, more than 145,000 Syrian women sought refuge in Egypt, Lebanon, Iraq and Jordan as sole caregivers for their families. They did so under daily threats of violence, and frequently without means of putting food on their tables. This year, as Syria's civil war rages on, that number will climb.

 

 

The severity of the number is hard to picture, but it equates to filling the entirety of Syracuse, New York or Savannah, Georgia with single mothers, fleeing from war. 

As the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) special envoy Angelina Jolie said, "Syrian refugee women are the glue holding together a broken society. Their strength is extraordinary, but they are struggling alone."

It doesn’t have to be that way.

On the heels of International Women’s Day and on the four year marker of the Syrian civil war, the UN is asking us all to speak out about Syria’s deteriorating humanitarian situation.