My Passions: Finding beauty in every single person i meet; cultural exchange; traveling; reading and learning; discovering hidden treasures and solving problems

My Challenges: Learning that imperfections can be perfectly beautiful too.

My Vision for the Future: Starting with the possibility for every single human being to achieve their full potential and -having the knowledge and freedom- to pursue their happiness

My Areas of Expertise: Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding, Middle East


welcome to world pulse community;you are now a member of this wonderful community.You can share experiences and solutions with women of more than 190countries. Much love

Mayele , Maman shujaa and World Pulse volunteer

Hey there! Welcome to Worldpulse community!

It’s so exciting having you with us, I am sure you will have a fabulous time with your new online friends as well as find this to be a very positive experience. I encourage you to take advantage of the numerous resources and features available through our vibrant online community.

Welcome again to our global community and I look forward to hearing more from you.



Ok, you got my attention with 'Riding the Camel'! I see you have recently joined this World Pulse community, and we want to welcome you here. There are many stories, opportunities, and friends to be had, as I am sure you will see. You can refer to this page to help get started connecting:

We would enjoy reading a journal entry, telling how you came to World Pulse or sharing a vision you have. Most certainly I am very interested in hearing where Riding the Camel came from and the meaning behind it. I am sure there's a story there!

Welcome to the World Pulse community.

Let us Hope together- Michelle aka: Cali gal Listener Sister-Mentor @CaliGalMichelle Tweets by @CaliGalMich

Dear Mayelle, Fatima and Michelle,

Thank you all so much for your generous welcome here at WorldPulse. I am still searching for the right words to share, but I will definitely try to (hopefully) contribute to this community as soon as I can. ;) Michelle, 'Riding the Camel' means something along the lines of "no worries" or "take it easy".. It came up during a Laurence of Arabia moment while traveling through Wadi Rum. Will be sure to mention it in a future journal entry ;)

Thanks again for your enthusiasm and warmth,