“When I was asked for a story I wanted to tell, I didn't know where to start - and what to tell even. I started asking myself: what did I achieve and who am I to tell other women about myself or the things that happened to me?
Then I realized how internalized the concept of a story worth telling was. So that is why I decided to share with you my following thoughts:
What is a story worth telling? Is it a story of achievements or a story of even failures? Do some people have more to tell than others? What is the criteria to determine all of that? And what is even an achievement, and what a failure?
We all are women that are struggling with and enjoying life at some point. When we all think of ourselves, we tend to criticize much more than we give love to ourselves. And that is what all comes down to: self love - not to confuse with egoism and narcissism. But caring and appreciating who you are, treating yourself the way you would treat your best friends.
So ask yourself: Who are you not to love yourself?
And remember: The most beautiful woman is the one leading a free life.
Maybe this is what my story is about: While I'm trying to challenge the current neo-liberal system within the scope of what is possible for me, I try to create love and spaces where people can love (again). Because being able to love and to be loved is a privilege that isn't accessible to all.”
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