They say that behind every great man there’s a great woman. From the first time a man held a baby, he knew: The hands that rocked the cradle rule the world. It’s undeniable. A mother guides, nurtures and protects, and the bond she shares with her child is stronger than any other in nature. So celebrate what matters to you–the new generation of caregivers, the new generation of no boundaries and limitless opportunities–and take action for the next generation of change-makers.
The importance of motherhood
It is no secret that mothers are the foundational building blocks of society. They are the ones who hold us, feed us, teach us, and nurture us. Without them our world would be void of love and compassion. Mothers are hard workers who toil endlessly for their children while sacrificing time to themselves.
Women have historically been forced to choose between child care and paid work which has led to inequality. In many cases women were only allowed into certain professions such as teaching or healthcare because they did not want others taking over this role from “theirs” (mothers).
Mothers are more powerful than any other type of person because they are the ones who raise children into adults ; therefore mothers have always been looked up on as being very influential people within their communities. One way a woman can utilize this authority over others or place them under hers by raising good young men/women (in most cases). Women were not allowed much power back then but now women hold some positions such high status places we do today like chief executive officer’s secretary general etc.
The second reason that makes mother superior is she represents all human beings to god and one day will be judged in God’s court when he calls you either heaven, hell based upon how your lived here earth? It was the great philosopher George Bernard Shaw who said: ‘The greatest gift of love anyone could give another person would also make him into his best friend because if I really loved someone than it wouldn’t matter what color skin they had-I’d still want every bit off happiness for myself too’
Mother’s and their power
mothers should take advantage of their power and use it to influence society’s future .
The quote “Hands that rock the cradle rule the world” has never been truer than it is today. The power of mothers can still be felt in our society, but for too long, they have used their power to reproduce, not to change.
A study by Dr Michelle Cretella states: “In most western countries women with young children often face discrimination if seeking employment outside home . This includes employers who regard them unable because working full time would leave little flexibility. Women may also have more difficulty in gaining promotion due both lacklustre performance at work while their childcare responsibilities increase.
Women and Socail change
women don’t need men to help them create change on a societal level since they have control over what happens with their children. They can teach them about important issues, set good examples, and provide guidance for them on how to lead their lives. It is said that women are the backbone of society, and without them, society would fall to pieces. From tending to family needs to working outside the home, it might be safe to say that women do it all. They care for children and clean up after their husbands–they make meals for their families and they work long hours away from home in order to provide for their loved ones.
Hands that work
Hands that work are what make a world a better place. There are hands that can mend a broken heart, care for the child in need, and change the world. These hands take up space, make it better, and love unconditionally. Hands that care take over in times where there is no one else. They move mountains in order to create something beautiful. Hands that work build up society by creating jobs and working hard to improve the lives of others.
Hands that teach
In the ancient world, it was said that a woman’s hands were her destiny. In today’s world, mothers are still expected to, and in many cases do, work even when they have young children living with them. The lack of paid maternity leave in much of the United States has been a controversial topic for decades.Paid leave is an important issue for families raising children because it gives mothers time to recover from giving birth and provides a stable nurturing environment for young children.
Hands that preach values
There are many different manifestations of hands in this world. From the ones that preach values, to the ones that rock a cradle, they all have a special place in our lives. The ones who preach a spiritual message and give a person hope for the future may be one of the most powerful representations of this anatomy.
Hands that care of Soceity
The hands that care for society are the hands of mothers, mothers who nurture and care for the world’s children. The phrase “hands that rock the cradle rules the world” is derived from an old English proverb which was written by William Shakespeare in 1602. This proverb suggests that social order depends on women, specifically mothers.
Hands that care of economy
A recent study by the Harvard Business Review revealed that an organization’s break-even point can be cut in half if women are able to take on more leadership positions. Women are typically primary caregivers for their children, so this study demonstrates how hands that rock the cradle rule the world. The study found that parental leave policies are integral to supporting women in leadership positions. For instance, Google recently banned asking about maternity leave history during interviews to discourage discrimination.
Hands that care of political structure
Many people consider the hands of a mother to be her most important asset. From her own children to others, mothers often dedicate their lives to caring for and protecting others. It is this dedication that often indirectly effects the world on a global level. The woman who must care for her family worries less about the problems in the world around her and is able to provide for them more easily than someone with no responsibilities. This can happen being a mother and a politician for instance New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern
Hands that care of Technology and Mothers
Many people are being asked to juggle the demands of day-to-day living while caring for children. There is demand on our time and patience, but we still manage to maintain a tight grip on the reigns of our lives and livelihoods. With new technology like iPads and smartphones that can be used as babysitters by parents, some women may not need to worry about juggling their children with the demands of work because technology can help with raising their kids.
Women’s Hands that care of Administration and Legallity
Every day, many women in the India work outside the home and care for their families at home. The roles of these women vary from stay-at-home mothers, professionals be it a lawyer or a bureaucrate , they are caregivers for children or the elderly, business owners and much more. However they spend their day, all mothers and caregivers know that one of their most important tasks is to support and love their family. It’s a job that requires a lot of time and energy along with good hands that provide loving touch.
In conclusion, the power to care for children is in our hands, and the future of society rests in the power of child-bearing women.A call-to-action to further adopt this idea in order to make our world a better place.
For latest Articles [Paper wise GS 1-4] and Solved papers[2010-2021] join us @ https://t.me/UPSCexamNotes1
UPSC ESSAYS click here
GS Paper 1 click here
Gs Paper 2 click here
Gs paper 3 click here
GS paper 4 click here
Sociology click here