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Donna Karan: A woman's greatest strength
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5 October 2011
Donna Karan, business woman, philanthropist, and award-winning designer, has always been an inspiration. She is committed to raising awareness and inspiring change in the areas of well-being, preserving cultures, and empowering children in mind, body, and spirit. In this article for The Huffington Post she writes about women returning from war and a woman's greatest strength.
'Women seek peace. We are natural nurturers. We look to get along, always focusing on what we have in common, not what tears us apart. Our sensitivity is our greatest strength. . . . For me, yoga and meditation is the best way to find calm in the chaos. It centers and grounds you. It reminds you who you are. It re-sensitizes you, so you can reclaim your strength.'
Click here to read the full article in The Huffington Post.
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