Arise

Marjorie Georgette fmm
Posted May 11, 2021 from Democratic Republic of the Congo
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The two of this women arose from the death. Actually they the first one  arriving to our Tulizeni Center for children and women. At that time, eight years ago, they were literally destroyed Violently: from their names to their identities as women.

They were just young people and yes ..., carrying the babies of nobody because they've been many people,oh yeah, unnamed and uncountable individuals who raped them as they were only teenage girls. For now, that story is behind them: they have a name and an identity. They dancing the blessings ❤️❤️ of the living, being responsible as they are working and arising others women, putting them alive. Oh yeah, their live experiences is a blessed testimony like a ocean that's great, strong, powerfully and welcoming all the desastres ,emociones and climate change. But always cleaning itself and putting over the seashore that thirty violences the human beings can never accept for themselves if the want to be in front of the ocean and yet enjoining the beauty and the immensity of it. As the the powerfully mystery of the life,  the Ocean will be always there like a guardian: giving you back all the violences and unconsciousness that you are trowing every time ont it.

Arise!!

 

This story was submitted in response to #ShoutYourVision.

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Jill Langhus
May 12
May 12

Hi Marjorie,

Welcome to World Pulse! These poor things:-( How resilient they are. Thanks for sharing their inspiration story of determination and for raising awareness on rape, too.

We are all together in this incredible mission: to put alive the life. My Gratitud to you. Thanks a lot for your encouragement!!

Jill Langhus
May 14
May 14

Thanks, dear. You're very welcome.

Looking forward to seeing more posts from you. XX

KABAHENDA KIGGUNDU
May 12
May 12

Hello Marjorie,
What a powerful story of courage, resilience and triumph. I am glad that you have shared it with us.
What has been happening to the women of the DRC is beyond understanding to see women who have survived that ordeal and are now remaking their lives is truly inspirational.

More power to those women and to all those who supported them through the hard times.

Rabia Mazhar
May 12
May 12

Welcome to the World pulse family my strong and brave Sister. You are a living inspiration and a symbol of hope for many such women who have been through this and maybe there will be many that will be going through this. I encourage and advise you to keep your spirits high and keep spreading positivity and awareness about rape and how to protect oneself from such criminals.
Keep flying high.

Regards

Beth Lacey
May 13
May 13

These women have been through so much at such a young age. They give us all much hope for the future