Gratitude is essential. For peace and success.

  • I didn’t have a need to use the commuter trains where I grew up.
  • I never had to compete, ever, to find space wherever it was I needed to go to.

And I never realized all of that was a privilege.

Lack of gratitude is inexcusable, & I think we’ve all got to remember that. We’ve one life, and we surely need to reach for the stars. But, it’s very easy to forget the importance of the journey. The destination is a sheer bonus.

With that said, if people in respective positions knew what they were doing, one has to believe the commute for these women would’ve been a bit more acceptable.

I don’t need any more inspiration today. The resilience of each & every one of these women has given me plenty of it.

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Whatever you do, do it well. Make life a bit easier for others. Try doing it on https://snowpal.com.

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I am a Software Developer and Architect, and run the engineering team at Snowpal. Use our Web and Mobile Apps to manage all your projects!

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