All of the VOF correspondents will be bright stars that will show part of their lives and souls in the process of presenting us with the news relevant to this feminine world movement. So here are some considerations that have to do with their empowerment process as well as my own. Men and women have passed through my life teaching me valuable lessons. I thank God for what they have brought and let them go with the blessing of God. Although many times learning lessons means to wear your feelings out on your sleeve, crying, laughing, and working hard to get over the bad times, these lessons make you powerful. They make you see when you have to hush in order to say and mean more. They also give you the strength to stand up every time you fall, but above all, they make the path you need to follow clear and free from obstacles. By learning through experience you become aware of the way people around you should reflect your love for life, your joy and your efforts to make the earth a place worth to be in. According to recent data released by the World Bank, one out of five women around the world will be suffering from hunger within the age ranges of 18-25 and 50-70. This means there are two ages that increase the danger of being hungry and poor: when you are raising young siblings and when you are old and alone. This also means that we need to work harder with girls before 18 and women from 40 to 50 mainly, to empower them. By browsing the World Pulse web page, I have gathered a small sample of ages of the women who present their stories to us. Amazingly, from 50 stories that I searched which contain some information about ages, 70% (35 ladies), are ranked in the most perilous ages. According to the World Bank release, from this total 90% are in risk to present one or more of the following social flaws: risk of being poor, being left alone, losing their homes, or breaking up their marriage. This means that at least 33 women out of 50 from my sample will suffer one or more of these problems. So, the results of our writing here are not only measurable in terms of how many stories we can put in the web, but in terms of how many lives we can touch, or how many hardship situations we can prevent from happening. Talking about the solutions that have worked for you can help others realize their potential, increase their success and finally get happiness to be a real part of their journey. It may seem unimportant to talk about your feelings, to tell your sadness and share your experience, but when you think about the number of women around the world who will be listening, whose lives can experiment a change in behavior through your interaction, it makes the effort worthwhile, because you could easily be reaching some thousands of souls, and your words will remain here as long as this media is alive. But that is not the turning point. The real turning point comes around when you realize that you (if young enough) are part of the group of women in jeopardy, or if not right now, in some years you will also reach the other end of the rope, so to speak. In that moment you can really grasp the meaning of being part of this community, as you are, or could be, the person who is in jeopardy . Remember that learning from your own experience is fine, but learning from the experience of others is awesome, and you don’t need to go through the pain! Every correspondent will have the chance to reach her own empowerment and keep herself away from the group in jeopardy, but most importantly will be able to shower each gal who reads the journals with the beauty of her true colors, which will hopefully prevent others to fall into the category of women in peril.