Hello everyone.Sometime back there was A CALL for Heroes. Here is one of mine.
I met Pushpa last year at a health post in Bardiya, a far-western district in Nepal. I was instantly inspired by her story and continue to draw inspiration from it.
On the 100th anniversary of International Women’s Day I was most fortunate to be part of a group who accompanied the renowned Buddhist nun Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo to Tashi Jong Monastery, in Himachal Pr
She exuded empathy. I felt so comfortable. I had just met her. I told her of my baby boy's vomiting and weight loss. Her caring helped me.
I WISH TO REMEMBER A BRILLIANT AND REMARKABLE LECTURER/TEACHER/SISTER/MOTHER/WOMAN IN PROFESSOR PATRICIA McFADDEN WHEREVER SHE MAYBE NOW.
I do not subscribe to the practice of naming some people as heroes. All women are fighting for their rights in some way or other.
I am so blessed to have innumerable women heroes in my life. This month, I honor my sister Onorine who sacrificed her life to pay my high school tuition.
Professor Sakena Yacoobi, the founder of Afghan Institute of Learning (A.I.L) is a national, international and well known personality who was interested about her country and its people from childhood
The woman who I pride on her is: