What is truly the essence of being a woman? If I would have to answer the question, I would say that it’s not only the capacity of a woman to bear a child, nor only beauty, nor only grace and poise that makes a woman, a woman. Not all women are gifted with the ability to have a child and not all women have chosen to have a child even if they can have one. Yet, that doesn’t make them less of a woman.
Each woman is unique. Each has a different beauty, a different sense of style and a different way of carrying herself. But regardless of the differences, each one is essential.
For me, being a woman does not lie in only one particular characteristic, but rather in everything that a woman has which separate her from men and all other beings; those truly distinct qualities which you can only find in a woman.
This quality includes her ability to open her heart and to give out a love so pure and unconditional, her beauty and style, the care which naturally comes from her being a mother, her tenderness and compassion, her ability to withstand her pain and tears; and even her vanity and complexities and all her unseen qualities, make up all the characteristics which gives a woman her essence.
The fox once said to the Little Prince “It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye.” The essence of being a woman is more than just her beautiful face and body. A woman’s essence can be seen by more than just the eye. Each woman is intricately wrapped by layers and layers of qualities which make up her very fundamental nature and her essence. In relation to what the fox has said, one cannot really describe the essence of a woman by mere words alone. The true meaning of being a woman can only be felt by the heart.