Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Sisterhood in Action

What is sisterhood? Websters defines sisterhood as the solidarity of women based on shared conditions, experiences, or concerns. The bonds of sisterhood have helped united women to fight for social equality.

I feel that sisterhood is a bond between females whom are not related by blood. They always tell the truth, honor each other, and love each other like natural sisters should. Sisterhood crosses the color lines, outlast boyfriends and sometimes husbands, and even monetary issues. 
Yesterday, I carried one of my sisters in my spirit. This sister, is having a hard time as a single mom, job issues, man problems, health problems and car problems. I'm not only praying for her, but I'm putting actions to my faith. I can buy her a car nor give her my job; but I can listen with out judgement and advice. I can watch her kids, I can treat her to a meal high in fat can calories. I can make all of the comfort food she needs. What can you do for your sister-friend? 
I'm working on a scrapbook just for my sisterhood.  I don't have many female friends; but I do have 4 strong sisters in my sisterhood.  They are my best friends, secret keepers and my confidants. I'm looking for ideas and examples of sisterhood in action. Please help me out.


"Friendship isn't a big thing - it's a million little things."  ~Author Unknown


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