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In the wild, when a mamma elephant is giving birth, all her sister elephants in the herd back around her so that she cannot be seen. They protect her by stomping and kicking up dirt to throw attackers off her scent. This sends a clear signal to predators that if they want to attack their sister while she is vulnerable, they’ll have to get through tons of female aggression first. After the baby elephant is born, the sister elephants trumpet a female celebration of new life, of sisterhood, of something beautiful born in a wild, harsh world.
As women, when our sisters are giving birth to new ideas or are under attack, we surround them with love, prayers, and protection. We tell the world that no one messes with our sister without going through us first.
When our sister is healing and hope arises, we rejoice by sounding our “trumpets”! We celebrate together and thank God for our sisterhood.