PulseWire Testimonial Q+A
*1) What does World Pulse/ PulseWire mean to you?*
Word Pulse is Confidence, New Perspectives, Growth, Sensitivity, Network, Connection, Inspiration, Aspiration, Compassion, Women Support, Development and Empowerment. It is a place that defined my path, upgraded my career and provided me a better understanding of women worldwide. Here I found the answer of who I am.
I found my voice and many other voices that can tell the real stories of the world we live in. World Pulse is the road I was looking for! It can show other people that there is an I, who exists, who wants to be useful for others by making other voices heard, inspiring and motivating those in need and bringing stories. We create the world - and its colors, we build communities and the people and networks we want to be in. We are the ones to destroy or create. We are the World's Pulse!
*2) What brought you to World Pulse? And what has been your experience on
One day, I visited beautiful country,Kenya. In the village I met Masiga Christine. "I need a chance" she told. "I'll tell your story", I promised. Back in Moldova, I started to look for options to share the poem she wrote with the whole world. I found Worldpulse. I posted the poem. I received a welcome note from Janice Wong. Then complained to her on the fact that my country was not listed on Worldpulse. The answer came sooner than I expected: "I am happy to report that your dear country has now been added, and you can go in and update your profile to show your flag."
To read the poem and find a way to give Christine the chance, please visit http://www.worldpulse.com/node/7095
World Pulse Correspondent
"Empowering women to participate
in community life"
Republic of Moldova