...read this one. The author shows a great deal of depth and strength and perspective.
Interestingly, this same type of perspective has been criticized in the past; I was astounded at the negativity on this topic that appeared last year (in fact, when I first read the title, I was worried this would be another negative rant). I think she set a wonderful tone for the coming holiday. She shows that even in very, very painful and difficult circumstances (she came from an abusive home and has been unable to have children of her own), a woman can rise above them and find comfort in eternal truths and principles.
No matter what our situations in life, all of us as women can be mothers, whether single or married, whether we have children of our own or not. We can share our hearts, our talents, our love with children and others around us.
Incidentally, you can read a couple of other such personal stories here. Although I have to admit that the first link was one of the best pieces I have ever read on this topic. :)