Women’s March

Today is Women’s March day.

It is hard not to think about it today. And, it is hard not to write about it today.

Seth Godin had a powerful post yesterday on rights that I thought I’d share in full –


Human rights might be our species’ greatest invention.

More than phones or trains or Milky Way bars, our incremental progress toward dignity, opportunity and equality is a miracle.

Rights aren’t a decision we make when we’re in the mood or it’s easy. They’re the bedrock of our culture, our economy and our way of life.

Of course, they’re inconvenient sometimes. That’s precisely why we have to work so hard to defend them.

Deep down, I think each of us understands how much a culture based on dignity is worth. But sometimes, we need to remind each other to stay vigilant, and to keep what our mothers and grandfathers worked so hard for.


I think the most important word in that post is invention. Just as we invented human rights, we also invented nations, religions, races and creeds.

It is wonderful to see folks around the world demonstrate that we all have more in common than we often recognize.

7 thoughts on “Women’s March”

      1. That’s right, but then your example sentence has a double negative which becomes positive.

        I tried but I can’t seem to frame the original two of your sentences with such double negative usage.

    1. PS: I made a change – It is hard not to think about it today. And, it is hard not to write about it today.

      I think this gets to what I was trying to say.

      Thanks Kartik!

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