MY JOURNEY TO WORLDPULSE

ANNITA
Posted February 6, 2020 from Cameroon

Am Angwan Annita Fombi. Am a Cameroonian by Nationality. Being a young woman hasn't been an easy journey but lucky enough I came in contact with Mr Vianney Forewah who told me about World PULSE and it's impact to the lives of many young women around the world.  This gave me an urge to know more and he was ready to give me every insight on all what I had to know and helped me through the procedures of becoming a member. This gave me  the urge to read through a few stories of different persons on the platform which gave me every reason and the joy to know  I am in a safe place. I am a DOER, I am a Dreamer, I'm a thinker. I see possibly every where, my thoughts drift back to my childhood days, days of so much hope. Days when I wanted to be a medical Doctor, an engineer. But growing up happened. Today I am an entrepreneur, it's in my DNA.  I want to have the guts and the acumen and the mindset and the capacity and the commitment to create enduring global citizenship. I want to take the path of responsibility, hardwork and sacrifice making discipline part of my daily life. I want to live in a world were women voices are heard and acknowledged, where it doesn't matter where I was born, where what I wear doesn't determine the level of my intelligence. We are born for greatness

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Felicitas Wung
Feb 06
Feb 06

Welcome sister Annita.
I'm happy to know Mr Vianney Forewah is doing great job in training more worldpulsers that will join their voices together with other women globally to bring change.
I hope you are inspired by reading through stories of other sisters.
Feel at home, share your stories.
You are once more welcome to world pulse.

ANNITA
Feb 07
Feb 07

Thanks very much Sister Felicitas for taking out time to read through my story and for the warm welcome. Together we will surely bring the change we need. Even if it tarries it will surely come to pass.

Felicitas Wung
Feb 07
Feb 07

United we stand, divided we fall.
Hope your day is good?

Tarke Edith
Feb 06
Feb 06

Hello sister Anita
You are highly welcome to this wonderful platform of sister from one mother different countries. Feel at home dear we are one here .
Happy day to you dear

ANNITA
Feb 07
Feb 07

Thanks very much Ma with your warm welcome I feel so at home. I really did not miss my direction.

Anita Shrestha
Feb 06
Feb 06

Dear Sis
Great news of your loving to wp. Please continue

ANNITA
Feb 07
Feb 07

Yes Sister Anita, thanks very much.

Elizabeth Ziro
Feb 07
Feb 07

We are happy to have you here.
We are ready to give a listening ear.
A problem shared is half solved.
Hope you have a nice weekend ahead

ANNITA
Feb 07
Feb 07

Am so glad to know I people I can share my worries with and receive positive feedback.
Thanks so much for the opportunity.

Jill Langhus
Feb 07
Feb 07

Hello Annita,

Congrats on sharing your first post, dear. It sounds like you're in the right place:-)

I'm looking forward to hearing more about your organization, goals, and mission. I love your top, btw:-)

Hope you have a great, safe weekend.

ANNITA
Feb 07
Feb 07

Yes Madam Jill Langhus. I have alot I will love to share in due time about my organization, goals and mission.Thanks very much for the opportunity.

Jill Langhus
Feb 07
Feb 07

Great! You're welcome:-)

Wukwen Destiny
Feb 07
Feb 07

Welcome Annita indeed we are born for greatness. Thanks for ur inspiration .

ANNITA
Feb 07
Feb 07

Yes Sister Destiny thanks for going through my story. We are in this together.

Marie Abanga
Feb 07
Feb 07

Welcome dear Annita,

You are definitely on the best platform. I love it here and really know you would too because of the platform and community.
Keep writing to inspire and motivate all o.
In sisterhood
Marie

ANNITA
Feb 07
Feb 07

Thanks very much Sister Marie, am super excited to explore the love in sisterhood

Tamarack Verrall
Feb 07
Feb 07

Dear Annita,
Congrats on your first story. I love the goals you set for yourself "I want to have the guts and the acumen and the mindset and the capacity and the commitment to create enduring global citizenship". Thanks to Mr Vianney Forewah you have found your home here with us all, working toward a world which respects women and girls in every way. What a great closing message "where it doesn't matter where I was born, where what I wear doesn't determine the level of my intelligence. We are born for greatness". I look forward to your voice here.

ANNITA
Feb 07
Feb 07

Thanks very much Madam Tamarack your words make me feel at home.

maeann
Feb 07
Feb 07

Welcome to World Pulse Annita :) Your story is your power. Thank you for sharing your first post.

ANNITA
Feb 08
Feb 08

Thanks very much for the warm welcome Maeann

laison sylvie
Feb 08
Feb 08

Perfect write up sweetheart, that's how we roll. I wish I could give you a hug. Keep the fire burning gurl.

ANNITA
Feb 08
Feb 08

Thanks very much Sister World Pulse it's a place to be. I fine so much joy in interacting with other Sisters.

laison sylvie
Feb 09
Feb 09

You are welcome