Amala Paul Shares her Thoughts on Women Slavery in her Instagram Post

Actress Amala Paul has shared an image of the book ‘The Book of Woman” and penned her thoughts as the caption of her post. Check it out here

by Monika

Updated: Apr 28, 2020 17:45 IST

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Amala’s thoughts on “The Book of Woman”

The South Indian actress, Amala Paul, has beautifully composed her thoughts on the book, which she seems to have read recently, “The Book of Woman.” She shared an image of the book on her Instagram feed and has expressed her thoughts on it. She wrote, “All the best questions in THE PROPHET are asked by women- about love, about marriage, about children, about pain-authentic, real. Not about God, not about any philosophical system, but about life itself. Why has the question arisen in a woman and not in a man ? Because the woman has suffered slavery, the woman has suffered humiliation, the woman has suffered economic dependence, and, above all, she has suffered a constant state of pregnancy. For centuries she has lived in pain and pain. The growing child in her does not allow her to eat. She is always feeling like throwing up, vomiting. When child has grown to nine months, the birth of the child is almost the death of the woman. And when she is not even free of one pregnancy, the husband is ready to make her pregnant again. It seems that the woman's only function is to be a factory to produce crowds. And what is man's function ? He does not participate in her pain. Nine months she suffers, the birth of the child she suffers- and what does the man do ? As far as the man is concerned, he simply uses the woman as an object to fulfill his lust and sexuality. He is not concerned at all about what the consequence will be for the woman. And still he goes on saying, 'I LOVE YOU'. If he had really loved her, the world would not have been over populated. His word 'love' is absolutely empty. He has treated her almost like cattle. #osho #thebookofwoman #woman #slaverystillexists #ancestralhealing #powerfulwords

Check out her post below:

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