When it is over, I don't want to wonder if I have made of my life something particular, and real. I don't want to find myself sighing and frightened, or full of argument.
2010 VOF Week 4
My individual vision is to be a healthy, humble, informed, wealthy and beautiful practicing Muslim woman. Time has taught me that my wellness is an asset I cannot do without.
I start this last assignment with a heavy heart.
There are enormous desires in one’s life, and what matters is how many of those he or she can achieve or fulfill.
The concept of equality is one that is often talked about in our schools and we learn at a young age. However, I keep thinking about whether there is such a thing as equality in this world.
My vision for the world is to create a space where each human being is able to realize her or his full potential—whatever it may be—unconstrained by societal expectations about gender, race, culture,
This is such a powerful statement that I came across whilst working with the Regional Rights Resources Team (RRRT) a human rights based organisation working in and for the Pacific.
My vision of myself is to shed a light – to be a witness.
I don’t have a vision. Just what I see. And what I see is amazing.
...Invading our web and non-web world. I want to see a world where women are being the change.