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January 1970 Archives

The Vernal Equinox: Hatching the World Egg

posted by Donna Henes

If the Winter Solstice signals the birth of the sun, then the Spring Equinox exclaims the birth of the Earth — the resurrection of nature from the dark death of winter. The life, which has stayed hidden, in exile or […]

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The Nation’s First Mother

posted by Donna Henes

During the last presidential election campaign, we heard scant little about the woman who gave birth to and raised President Barak Obama. This is a shame, as she was an extraordinary woman, who rose from a simple past to achieve […]

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Shero Queen of Afghanistan

posted by Donna Henes

Benazir Hotaki’s lifelong work began when she was appointed as a teacher at the Malalai School in Afghanistan. She also served as the headmistress and principle of several schools in Kabul. During her career as an educator, she was awarded […]

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Shero Queen of Compassion

posted by Donna Henes

 Miep Gies, the woman who sheltered the Frank family and saved Anne’s diary for posterity, was born Hermine Santruschitz in Vienna to Christian parents in 1909. In 1920 she moved to Leiden to escape food shortages and was raised by […]

Sheroes of Women’s Herstory

posted by Donna Henes

As a follow up to our in-depth exploration of women’s relationship to power, I want to focus on highlighting some notable sheroes in women’s herstory. So for the remainder of Women’s History Month I will share the stories of some […]

Be A Queen: Own Your Power And Glory

posted by Donna Henes

Be A Queen: Own Your Power And GloryBy Oprah Winfrey Be a queen. Dare to be different. Be a pioneer. Be a leader. Be the kind of woman who in the face of adversity will continue to embrace life and […]

Hero/Heroine

posted by Donna Henes

Congratulations to the three winners of a copy of The Queen of My Self in yesterday’s give away: Pegi Eyers, ON, CanadaPam Gifford, ORSheri Schultz, MA Hero/HeroineBy Rosalie Maggio, CA The words “hero” and “heroine” convey subtle — and sometimes not […]

Are You a Strong Woman or a Woman of Strength?

posted by Donna Henes

We have reached another mile-high-stone — 200 posts! I wish I could offer 200 free books as a celebration, but, of course, I cannot. However I am offering three to the first three women who contact me at thequeenofmyself@aol.com and […]

Transforming the Nature of Power – Part 2

posted by Donna Henes

Transforming the Nature of Power – Part 2By Carla GoldsteinDirector of The Women’s Institute at Omega If we can become the transformers of power by cultivating a new way of being together in our everyday lives, then we help reverse the […]

Transforming the Nature of Power – Part 1

posted by Donna Henes

    Transforming the Nature of PowerBy Carla GoldsteinDirector of The Women’s Institute at Omega Al Gore’s movie, An Inconvenient Truth, has brought to the world’s attention the need to radically change our relationship to power. To save our planet, we must […]

What Does Power Mean to You?

posted by Donna Henes

I turned the topic of power over to the FaceBook Queen of My Self Fan page: Q. What does power mean to you? What does it mean to have power? To be empowered? To wield power? To be a powerful […]

War on Women

posted by Donna Henes

My dear sister Queens, As you know, I have been focusing on women and our relationship to power. Queens, especially, have the very power that we need. That the world needs. We are mature, experienced, strong and brave. Plus, we […]

The Power of Networking – Part 2

posted by Donna Henes

The Power of Networking – Part 2By Dr. Marcia Reynolds, AZ There’s another fear that stops women from leveraging the “who you know” chip: the fear of other women. Hewitt’s article says women worry that if they ask a male […]

The Power of Networking – Part 1

posted by Donna Henes

Dr. Marcia Reynolds’ passion is helping high-achieving women examine and strategize their full and amazing lives. Her articles are empowering and inspiring. I posted her article about women’s love of power last week. Here is another interesting piece about our […]

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To My Daughter, I Will Beg
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posted 6:00:50am Jul. 31, 2015 | read full post »

Successful Aging: Rituals to Increase Energy
By Helen Dennis, LA Daily News At some point, most of us acknowledge that we can’t do quite as much as we did years ago — and usually not in the same amount of time. If we overdo it, we often pay a huge fatigue price. Let’s focus on ...

posted 6:00:11am Jul. 29, 2015 | read full post »

Interview with a Canadian Queen – Part 2
QMD - When you imagined yourself as a woman in her middle years, how did you imagine your life to be? Is it? I am 62, so I am past my middle years. When I was a girl or even in college everyone thought I would never marry or have children. I ...

posted 6:00:53am Jul. 27, 2015 | read full post »

Interview with a Canadian Queen – Part 1
I recently attended a talk by Canadian author Catherine Gildiner and was quite taken with her good humored wisdom. When I read her book, After the Falls, I was hooked. She graciously allowed me to interview her and I would like to share her ...

posted 2:16:57pm Jul. 24, 2015 | read full post »

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