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Introducing myself and my journal: Five Fine Fire Fingers

About Me:
My life is a constant search for beauty and truth.

My hungry heart will not subside.

My eyes are growing wild, and my body's growing soft.

My Passions:
writing, singing, photography, traveling, learning, educating

My Challenges:
lack of money to invest in my dreams

My Vision for the Future:
love, hope, and empowerment for women

My Areas of Expertise:
listening and being affectionate

Comments

Jennifer Ruwart's picture

Welcome!

You are in the right place. PulseWire is filled with so much beauty, truth AND hope... it makes my heart sing every time I hop online. I hope you come to love us as much, too!

Jennifer Ruwart
Chief Collaborator
JR Collaborations

vmeberle's picture

That's great! I got directed

That's great! I got directed to this community through Camfed's website, and I can't wait to start exploring it more. I've been trying to contact the organizations I listed about creating an event/series of events on my college campus, discussing the great need for and power that comes from educating women in impoverished nations. I want to make the events as effective as possible - these are ideals I'm really passionate about and hope to work in the arena of one day. :)

Maria de Chirikof's picture

hi

Hi and welcome, your title made me feel like I already knew you or something like that, I look forward to reading your journal!

Maria

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