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My world of world pulse

1) What does World Pulse/ PulseWire mean to you?

Because of world pulse, I have been able to speak in Japanese with no formal training, I have made it around the world in 80 minutes, I have travelled with my pen across borders, slipping right past immigration and skipping the foul airline food.
But over and above my travels on the portal, I have come to appreciate that in as much as our cultures, circumstances and dispositions might vary a lot, at the end of the day, few things remain fundamental to us all: love, and the right to be counted as a deserving child of the world.

2) What brought you to World Pulse? And what has been your experience on PulseWire?

I was looking for a forum to express myself. My journal in world pulse not only gives me an opportunity to do just that, it also helps me use my talent to contribute positively by applying my efforts towards relevant topics. Within this community, I feel that my writing counts for a lot.


jap21's picture

Hi Dy

I am speechless. Sometimes I think I am dreaming, but a post like yours puts my feet on the ground and makes me thankful to be part of this because it is real, and many more women will have the opportunity to come here to share.

What a gift for us women.

Thanks for sharing these feelings.


Jacqueline Patiño FundActiva
Tarija - Bolivia
South America

Dy's picture


thanks jackie, it really is grounding once you appreciate the reach of the website. its like a little cafe with magic portals openign up directly to all corners of the world.


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