“Holding hands” evokes me not merely holding each others’ hand but with care and support. In my life, I received hope, care, and support from my sister not by holding hands but through her kind and invigorating words. My sister, whom I used to quarrel often when we were children, is my assistance during my hard time when coping up with new culture, environment, people, and curriculum a midst of my homesickness after coming to Bangladesh. In many ways, my sister did feel homesickness but did her best in her university. As a pioneer of these experiences, she guided me and fed me strength to fight against all the sadness I had. I got her tender support and comfort thorough her e-mails to me.
She advised me: “Always think positively and take your assessments seriously and do it freely…after all there is nothing that you would say you can’t do. Be cool. Don’t panic for anything in life…it will spoil your personality (I am telling in my experience) be yourself and do well. I believe you will do”. People around you who monitor your performances, character, and reactions are more able to tell you what strengths you possess than you recognize for yourself. Hence a guide like this for boosting up one to bring up their energies back is undeniably a revolutionary act. I also strongly believe when women strengthen each other, there will not be any need to depend on dominating men. Eventually, it will be one way where women in some men dominating societies can empower by themselves. However, the way my beloved sister listened and replied me back made me feel like sharing things with others since I am not an extrovert. I also realised everyone in this world has problems and struggles which should be opened for a talk with someone.
Hence, sharing drives away our loneliness by finding other likeminded people. And, this is where we can find how problems faced by others are similar and different from the problems that we have. Even holding hands of two nations with satisfaction in their agreements will certainly lead to a peaceful world. Thus, holding each others hand makes a better world to live and promote mankind’s unity.