Every year on the 8th of March, we hear of the world celebrating the woman! This day is set aside to celebrate women all over the world; in rural or urban areas, dark skinned or light skinned, religious or non-religious, rich or poor and so on and so forth. The woman whose day starts earlier than any other person in the family and whose day ends after everyone else has retired. We are celebrating the woman who by virtue of the fact that she is a wife, mother, or girl has to be a cook, a nurse, a teacher, a cleaner, a nutritionist, a pharmacist, a musician (you have no idea how she sings for her children) and still manage her job as well. We are also celebrating that woman who is not only strong but can recognises how to use that strength to better herself and others but also perceived as weak.