World Pulse is Making My Hair Go Grey!!!!!!!!!

Posted December 31, 2011 from Nigeria

World Pulse has greatly contributed to several positive changes I am noticing lately in me. I have come to understand that it is a place where good minded people assemble to proffer solutions to the problems of fellow humans around the world, especially women. Anyone who cares for women cares for a whole lot people as a woman is teacher, a mother and a wife who contributes in efforts and ideas to her home. A true woman is one who is mild, tender, caring, loving and above all a dedicated mother and wife. Therefore, aiding a true woman implies helping the world to become a better society as good health, better living condition and peace enable her to bring to the fore her inner-most mildness and good qualities. While others strive frequently to bring hardship to the world by molesting women through rape, oppression and other form of violence; a community exists where the plight of women around the world is being taken care of through the efforts of several common minded people on World Pulse who seek to promote love, care and kindness to one another. These people are those who have witnessed hardship or those who read, heard on radio or watch it on the television and thus, arousing the goodness, kindness and the fire of care-giving that burn within their soul. Ever since my signing up with the site, I have viewed several profiles of members and everyone seems to be saying the same thing. There exists unity of direction towards solving the problem of women and people around the world. I am always glad within my soul anytime I am on the site. It is rather a family rather than an association. After my experience within my few days on the site, my hair seemed to have turned grey and my limbs now seem to tremble with addition in age. Knowing fully well that this feeling is rather imaginary, I still believe in its reality as everyone around the world knows grey hair and old age signify wisdom. The experience on this site has greatly widened my scope and improved my wisdom and I would have loved its founder’s efforts to be recognized through award for human development and peace.

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Carrie Lee
Jan 03, 2012
Jan 03, 2012

I share the "gladness in my soul" to which you spoke. It's a wonderful thing being part of this community! Thanks for sharing! Carrie

Jacqueline Patiño
Jan 04, 2012
Jan 04, 2012

Wonderful to have you here! This is indeed a family. We are proud and do the job proudly. Bring in your friends from all over the world, as we are eagear to hear their voices.

It is about time that Jensine Larsen, our mentor and creator of this page, receives an award. Maybe we should start writing more about it and figure out a way of making it happen!



Mary Morreale
Jan 22, 2012
Jan 22, 2012

The first step in creating change is to become aware and so I thank you for sharing your ideas so that it brings awareness to others. I look forward to your thoughts on what can make a difference. We never truly know the full impact of our words and how they touch others but here when can get some of idea of the difference that each of us can make by coming together.