“I wish to be remembered as someone who cared for people”, was my introduction while sharing my story with the 50 other wonderful women in the WPSP program.
2013 VOF Week 4
When I was born, my father says, the hospital was literally filled to the brim with all the close relatives coming to ask about the newborn. Restless limbs. Fluttering hearts. Cheerful smiles.
I went to assist my Adult Literacy class today. I got a new student.
Already, World Pulse has become my wakeful window. Here, the world opens to me more generously now, allowing me to see the previously unseen.
She handed me the key. It was to the little white shed. I had just purchased with my father’s inheritance an 1890s 2 story farmhouse on 1+ acre on a creek.
My personal vision for my life, my community and the world starts with challenging the world with the idea that men should “act like gentlemen, but think like women”; the idea that no girl is too smal
The world yearns for laugher, love, light. People clamor for empowerment and education. Cultures are ready for stories of peace, prosperity, health, and humor.
In a moment of divine synchronicity one restless February night, about two months ago, I was brought to the short film, "One Billion Rising." For three minutes, I sat transfixed while being visually t
I’ve always wanted to become the one person that can inspire many other people; especially women. To do so, I have to start by building myself first.
Before coming to AUW for my studies, my mother told me, “Do whatever you want to do, I will support you as long as you learn something useful, but never join any dance club or class.” She told me so b