We live in an age where girls and boys stand next to each other. Where girls get equal opportunity in every aspect be it their professional, educational or even personal.
Boys are being taught about equality in their houses by their very own mothers and hence they understand equality and respect it from a very small age. In this wonderful era, often at times we get to hear some news which is very upsetting for our mind and even for our existence as a member of such society. There are often debates held regarding the safety of women in the Society. The social strata being balanced is still in a glitch to claim that women today are completely safe.
Of course government taking initiatives from their side, safety should start from home itself. Does this mean not stepping out of our house? Or covering ourself from head to toe? Or not leaving the house without a male member alongside? Absolutely not! This means being prepared to face whatever comes ahead when we leave home. What will be a better way to defend ourselves than learning that art of self-defence. There are a variety of sports that teach you self-defence. Karate, Judo and Taekwondo being major one of them. It’s very soothing to the eyes to see beautiful girls dressed up not in their princess frocks but their crisp white karate uniform along with a black belt! This makes us realize that parents want their girls to be strong. Strong enough to face anything in the society.
Enrolling girls into Karate, Judo and Taekwondo is a great way to do this. Girls from early age learn the art of self-defence. They also develop skills and strength through training. By the time they grow up they already master the art of defence and attack. Some girls get so good that they choose this as their career path and train others. Represent our country on global level and win dozens of medals. Such girls are examples to every women in a country. They represent the modern Durga avatar of women. There is a huge amount of respect in our heart for such women who can not only defend themselves but also others when the time comes. Wouldn’t it be great to learn defending ourselves and getting medals for it? Today every parent must teach their girls some or the other sports to develop their strength. Not only Judo, Karate or Taekwondo but whatever sports that interests their girls.
As correctly said by Soke Behzad Ahmadi “The purpose of Karate is to guide you out of trouble by any means necessary, both in actual combat and in life “ .