• Admin
    1.9k
    Hey Magnificent Ladies!! Today is yours so is every other day..Wish you all a very Happy Women's Day

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  • Krystyna
    1.4k
    Thank you for the wishes!
  • charsocal
    381
    - Thank you Univox for the encouraging words. And Happy Women's Day to all of the women on your end.
  • Crafty501
    83
    Thank you Admin. Love the picture. When I was working the employer always gave each female employee a flower.
    Here is a bit more information for anyone interested -

    International Women's Day (IWD), originally called International Working Women's Day, is celebrated on March 8 every year.[2] In different regions the focus of the celebrations ranges from general celebration of respect, appreciation, and love towards women for women's economic, political, and social achievements. Started as a Socialist political event, the holiday blended the culture of many countries, primarily in Europe, especially those in the Soviet Bloc.[3] In some regions, the day lost its political flavor, and became simply an occasion for people to express their love for women in a way somewhat similar to a mixture of Mother's Day and Valentine's Day. In other regions, however, the political and human rights theme designated by the United Nations runs strong, and political and social awareness of the struggles of women worldwide are brought out and examined in a hopeful manner. Some people celebrate the day by wearing purple ribbons.
  • frances turkel
    223
    wow I never heard of this thank you for sharing....
  • Admin
    1.9k
    Thank you so :)
  • Admin
    1.9k
    thank you very much for sharing the information..
  • sascha
    66
    That is so very true!
  • Krystyna
    1.4k
    As some of you know I'm originally from Poland and yes,it was big celebration day of women there during all those years I lived there.Here is another part of an article
    "Below is some history of Women's Day in Poland:

    Since 1948 until 1956 when Soviet Union abolished officially Stalin policies this day was a final day of communistic competition for women (read more about communistic competition in the article entitled The Work Ethics in Poland (II); Work Heroes and Party Actions). Polish women were undertaking the resolutions to exceed their working norms. They were expected to show a record of excellent work and a superb production results to their communistic supervisors. Polish newspapers were wishing women - excellent work efficiency. The portraits of women as work champions were hung on the walls of the factories through February and March.

    With the fall of the Stalinism - the government and the mass media started noticing that women are mothers, housewives and that they also have beauty. Although the government and newspapers still try to convince Polish women that the most important is their role to built a socialistic future - mass media and political communistic figures also wish women a personal happiness.

    In the 70-es finally this day was accepted commonly in the society. Now it had two aspects - the official one and the unofficial - private. Sometimes these two aspects were intertwined - for instance at work and at schools- were the official ceremonies took place but also men were celebrating women coworkers and children were bringing flowers to their teachers who were predominantly women. Schoolboys often were giving flowers to schoolgirls from their class. This was the easy day at schools, no exams and homework was checked. The most popular gift given to women - was a flower - usually carnation, sometimes rose. So this day was really a paradise for florists!"
  • frances turkel
    223
    WoW thats interesting thank you for sharing my Mom's Farther came from Poland
    and he always told me stories what and how it was for him growing up in Poland.
    He became a Miliner and came to America...you can call our family "HATS OFF TO ALL"!
  • Krystyna
    1.4k
    I love the phrase "HATS OFF TO ALL",indeed.....
  • Ashok Bhatia
    41
    happy women's day to all world,s women.

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  • Ashok Bhatia
    41
    A beautiful woman draws strength from troubles, smiles during distress and grows stronger with prayers & hope. Send this to a beautiful woman. I just did! Wishing you a very happy woman’s day!


    HAPPY WOMEN'S DAY
  • godseeconomy
    2.2k
    Would be a beautiful gesture to award all ladies some bonus points for this day. Actions speak louder than words, admin !?!
  • Krystyna
    1.4k
    Great wording,thank you!
  • Krystyna
    1.4k
    That would be nice indeed.
  • Ashok Bhatia
    41

    thank you for your support
  • Donna
    1.8k
    Very beautiful words!
  • hunter689
    12
    THANKS YOU AND HAPPY MOTHERS DAY TO ALL YOU MOTHERE
  • Ashok Bhatia
    41
    Tomorrow on 8th of may is Mothers day . I always wait for this day .
    My Message for my Mom
    Thanks for giving me the best things in life: Your love, your care, and your cooking. Happy Mother’s Day!

    i would like to share this message to everyone who know the mean of mother's day .
    Happy Mother's day 2016 to Admin and all members of this community.
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  • frances turkel
    223
    Ashok Bhatia thats a beautiful card you posted thank you...very much I love our family to all the Mothers On this Community Have a wonderful Day and everyday which followsl,....
  • Ashok Bhatia
    41

    thanks fraces

    me too love my family as well as my univox family.
  • frances turkel
    223
    great Hope aoll the Mothers of our world has a wonderful day and every day to follow
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