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    Woman’s Ambitions

        Shamsia Hassani Wants Afghanistan To Be Known for Its Arts

              Woman’s Ambitions

    This picture shows women’s ability and power, and it also means that all women have the ability to develop and are equal with men in the same society. If a man can run a business, a woman can do as well; there are no differences between them. In addition, this image shows important messages about human beings in Afghanistan about women’s rights, education, and being equal in society, comparing two countries about women’s rights that destroyed the USA. However, the content is trying to say something about encouraging women in Afghanistan to fight for their rights so they can have an education, have a bright future, and be good doctors or professors. There are three things that describe this picture on the top of the paper: ability, hope, and ambition.
    Woman has the same ability that man has, but in some cultures, like Afghanistan, men think that women do not have the ability to work outside of home or have enough knowledge. This picture shows that women have the same ability to work as men. Moreover, in Afghanistan, women need to be inspired by other women, and this image is giving other people’s massage. If all women support each other, they will make a strong group in their community, and they can also change the culture. In other words, this photo shows a positive message from the country of Afghanistan to the world. This has the power or ability to paint, give a good massage, and show about women, education, children, fighting for rights to study, and helping the community with future generations.
    “A strong woman understands that the gifts such as logic, decisiveness, and strength are just as feminine as intuition and emotional connection; she values and uses all of her gifts.” (Nancy Rathburn). One woman has the dream of continuing her education and having freedom. Even though she is a strong woman with a lot of problems and is struggling now, she succeeds even though she does not have freedom, but she achieves her goals. As we see this image, the background shows one destroyed place with another country, which is the USA, the place with a lot of opportunities for everyone, and this image gives me the idea that women can make the destroyed country rebuilt with lots of hope, dreams, support, and unity within one community. I hope one day all women can make their own decisions and achieve their dreams.
    What does ambition mean for a destroyed place like Afghanistan? Ambition means achievement, something, and hard work. Next, their ambitions are their dreams that they want to achieve by planning, maybe going to a different country for education. If if  family did not give them the chance to study in the different country, how they could achieve their dreams is totally not fair. In addition, women in Afghanistan do not have any dreams, but if you see this image, everyone will get a good idea about women’s ambition—that they can do anything. Afghan women aim to be powerful one day, have their freedoms, and make their own plans as women.

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