Dear Members of World Pulse community,

I wish to find out why the enthusiastic and vibrant voices in the community suddenly became so silent. Is it that World Pulse is all about PulseWire? Why i'm asking is because after the last assignment the inflow of exchange gradually came to a standstill.

I was of the opinion that PulseWire is just part of the activity but the exchange and raising our voices is a continuous process. I realized i was the only one still posting and decided to stop thinking perhaps i'm out of the rules.

Please i will love to know if we are still to continue posting in our journals or other groups or we are to stop.

Thanks and i wish you all the best.

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I think everyone is just relaxing after the assignments but there are still a few posts a day to keep us interested. I am about to write another in my series of emotional abuse and it's effects and hope you will comment! I think it would be very helpful to hear from the woman who are very strong-willed like yourself so people can see it from both sides. No pressure though!

I enjoy your articles a lot and hope you will keep posting them.


Thanks Maria for the comment and note that you are equally very strong -willed too. Perhaps as they say 'birds of the same feathers congregate in their nearest proximity'. Well i'm looking forward to your postings as always. Chao.

Just stumbled on your daughter Mina in World Pulse. She sounds really interesting and seems to be bold with self confidence. I guess is like what they say ' Like mother, like daughter'

Warm Regards, Cecile.

We are out here, scribbling by candlelight, and waiting for the power to come back on to type, then for it to come back on again for connecting to internet and postingto Pulsewire. The appettite for journaling has been whipped up by the process.

Take care Martha

The struggle chose me and made me who I am.

I like that - your sense of humour. It is indeed a very interesting way to put it.

Hope and pray the power comes back fast with more energy and vigour.

Stay Blessed Martha.

Sincerely, Cecile

Thanks my sister, I have lots to post but the problem persists I will do what I hate now, go to the cyber cafe. Thanks, Olutosin

Olutosin Oladosu Adebowale Founder/Project Coordinator Star of Hope Transformation Centre 512 Road F Close Festac Town Lagos-Nigeria https:

My sister they say 'ones there is a will there is always a way'. I'm sorry you have to go through all odds but sister remember you have a mission and many lives to touch and inspire. People with such responsibilities like Jesus Christ always encounter obstacles, but only determination and drive can move you on towards this tedious journey. Looking forward to read your postings.

May you experience God's Speed, Shalom

Dear Sister,

Thanks for the comment, my best can never be enough but I am hanging on.

Love You,


Olutosin Oladosu Adebowale Founder/Project Coordinator Star of Hope Transformation Centre 512 Road F Close Festac Town Lagos-Nigeria https:

hey Cecile, I just keep on posting comments but I'm trying to finish a journal. Just got caught up with deadlines--conference papers which I'm not even sure if I can attend.Hehe.

take care!

(I'm reading your posts :p)

hugs, katea

Poverty is man-made that we can undo.

Enie, you are right in that the exchange and raising of your voices is an ongoing process on PulseWire. I think that after the intensity of the initial phase of Voices of Our Future, members have wanted to take a break. But rest assured, activity will continue. Thank you for your active participation and encouragement to our members. It is appreciated.

This is going to sound crazy but seriously I have been meaning to comment on this article since it was first published but the computers screwed up every time until now, I hope. But I do get what you mean. It's a little silent. Me for one I have been meaning to post but like I said, the computers keep screwing up and I have just been getting plain frustrated. I see your articles all the time.