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I am a mother/wife/artist/healer interested in moving the planet towards healing on all levels. We have an incredible journey and responsibility as women. All of our life we are caretakers, walking with the Mother. For women to have the freedom in the heart to be able to express ourselves spiritually is very, very important.
Evrything good i,earth is me I think travels music dance sociology; drama; dance; peace; human rights.;youth; children
Shinjo Ito wrote that "It is human nature to want to follow an easy path walked by many others. We shy away from anything that seems difficult. However, if there is no path to follow, we have to make one.
I first learned about female empowerment by watching my mother, Judy, who raised my sister and me as a single parent. She served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Micronesia, worked as an emergency and public health nurse for many years and at age 40, decided to start a new career and put herself through law school.
I live on the north coast of Oregon. I retired after 31 years with a local government. I work part-time for a community college helping people with workforce education. I am an active community member with interests in personal and community emergency preparedness. I coordinate the Seaside Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) for the fire department.
I am a women who has been physically abused for many years would like to hook up with other women in the world THE GOSPEL OF JESUS CHRIST Living right
60 Year Chicano (Mexican-American Indio) activist. My focus is por vida activism-- connecting our communities to our essential life-affirming nature and our ability to evolve into being individuals, families and communities that are more courageous and loving.
Edith Asamani is a Christian. She comes from Ghana where she has been an active youth volunteer with a child rights and youth media advocacy group called the Children and Youth in Broadcasting-Curious Minds for nine (9) years.
I come from the remote eastern hills of Nepal. Most of the people in my village are still unaware of electricity and means of transport. However, I consider myself lucky to get opportunity to study and explore.