That's the Spirit! A nomination for the World Pulse Spirit Award

Isha
Posted January 4, 2022 from Philippines

I was delighted that World Pulse holds another World Pulse Spirit Award for 2021. It's a fantastic opportunity to show our appreciation and gratitude to the lovely people we met in this community. Although we have met many, there is one person whom I would like to nominate for this year's World Pulse Spirit Award, and that is none other than Maeann

Maeann's continuous effort is what inspired me the most. She motivates and connects us by doing different activities and projects. These gave us a chance to share our talents, experiences, thoughts, and everything in between. 

One of my favorite projects is the AMBIT, a community-sharing effort of World Pulse Philippines. Families in need received Christmas grocery packs in time for the holidays.

Another activity I participated in was the World Pulse PH call for a story, Ito ang aking Istorya. This activity made me feel heard and seen because we shared our thoughts and experiences on topics that speak to our hearts the most. Like our hopes for 2022, our experiences during the pandemic, our mental health, to name a few. 

Maeann's constant support and encouragement to the World Pulse community is the driving force that inspires us to do the same and become better versions of ourselves.

 

“A woman is the full circle. Within her is the power to create, nurture and transform.” — Diane Mariechild.

I believe this quote suits her. I'm honored to nominate Maeann!

This story was submitted in response to 2021 World Pulse Spirit Awards.

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maeann
Jan 04
Jan 04

Isha, thank you for the nomination. I hope that you will continue to be inspired in sharing your stories. All the more we need to influence each other to achieve greater things in making a difference. Keep believing.

Dawn Arteaga
Jan 11
Jan 11

Beautifully said! I love this part "Maeann's constant support and encouragement to the World Pulse community is the driving force that inspires us to do the same and become better versions of ourselves."

BenWilliams Olaka
Jan 27
Jan 27

Isha, you have spilled the beans! Maeann in my mother tongue can simply be translated as Mai ANN..meaning MUM ANN.. Your testimony is a whole proof of her motherliness. Mothers never fail. Congrats Maeann!