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I am now 21 and have faced up many problems, have made many final decisions and have made many choices. Along the way I notice many things...... and I need to move.... I am Coral...
Being a woman has worked well for me and against me...its a cycle I'm learning to come to terms with. The biggest lesson I have derived in my 28 years is to welcome challenges and seek fulfillment in them. I currently head a reality radio program where people who live with HIV talk about their lives.
i am a 55year old mother of four. i am not educated beyond the puplic system. i have always suffered the frustration of understanding that the worlds social and econmic paradyne was not sustainable . i have always been certain that women are the singular hope of the future for all life simply by virtue of their natural identity.
I am a daughter, a sister, a mother, an auntie and a friend. Peace, nonviolence and justice issues have spoken with a loud voice throughout my life experience and are now my clear purpose.
My name is Arzoo Seerat I live in beautiful City of Kabul, I am graduated from Kabul Education University and now I am single.
My best aim is improvement and peace full environment in Afghanistan
advocate for womens rights, Accounts Acquiring a college education, being a single parent Debt collection
dance, singing, laughing, swimming, drawing, writing, talking with people finding my voice and purpose, falling victim to habit cognitive psychology and expressive arts counseling
I am a citizen of bangladesh. I feel proud to be a citizen of an independent country. I live in Chittagong, a port city of Bangladesh. The main attraction of Chittagong is the beautiful hilly areas and attractive rivers. I am from a Muslim family. My dearest father is my ideal and my sweetest mother is the blessing of God for me. I have only one brother. He is elder than me.
I struggle to be a real feminist. I talk like one and call myself one, but I get self-centered and stuck. It is my desire to surround myself with the real deal feminists so that I may continue growing a habit of self-love, selfless giving and responsible action taken locally and globally. I respect the many spiritual traditions of our world. I study goddess mythology and archetypes.
I was born in Harare, then Salisbury and have been watching the country I love so much crumbling before my eyes. I love Zimbabwe the country of my birth and I love its people. If you go to Zimbabwe today, you may not realise the abject poverty that its people are living under because the besuty of their personalities, their smiles and warmth will melt your heart.