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Introducing myself and my journal

My Passions:
the outdoors, animals, puzzles

My Vision for the Future:
peace beyond warring for peace

My Areas of Expertise:
math, history, science/physics, general psychology

Two women argue both are mothers. One of the two slaps the other woman.
She resists to hold her hand and hides her face from the woman. Looking up
the red faced woman crosses her will to pass and turns her face to the backside
of her everpresent hate. With everything in her she reaches to her face and
slightly believes in her justice reinforcing her strike. The baby cries. The awakening
of the awakened baby reveals a subtle motion in the room.
Two mothers argue. She has slapped herself and grandmothers herione.
Must choose to relive in color
the red and green lines that mark a greater yield.
Believing she never crossed her mother the woman agrees to accept forgiveness as
Love for the other. Both are reecieved with pride through the process of a widows shame. Marking
a withheld silence at the progress of movement in a reunion of another woman enters the room.
She is in the company of a child.
The child will speak at nothing as though heard a whisper of truth offered to the two women
at a distance completing a session of discord as they receive the young girl and her mother.
Beautifully the baby cons the young girl into a unique bedtime story, of belief and luck.
The mother and her oldest child remember their decision ofe working and save themselves in pride
as they recite prayers over the girl curled in a ball.
She is the will powered by shame, the courage hidden by union, and the masterpiece of a linked chain
of adulterated art.


Fatima Waziri's picture

Hey there! Welcome to

Hey there! Welcome to PulseWire!

Its so exciting having you with us, I am sure you will have a fun time with your new online friends and you will find this to be a positive experience. I encourage you to take advantage of the numerous resources and features available through our vibrant online community.

Welcome again to our global community and I look forward to hearing more from you here on PulseWire!


CArolyn Brown's picture

Thanks for the welcome?

Sure I can find my way around? It's early morning and I'm drinking some decaffinated coffee. He He HE. Thanks for showing me around. I found a new away of blogging. ITs pretty cool.

I'd like to learn more exploring here. ITs well I'll see for myself.
Thanks again

Wild and Free

pooza11's picture

welcome !

I am thrilled to welcome you in this global community “World Pulse” where all the women from all the corners of the globe meet and exchange their emotions, feelings, thoughts and hearts. And, I am sure you will simply love making new online friends and exchanges stories. If you have any difficulty exploring this site, then please feel free to ask. If you have any doubt regarding anything, then we do have different sections and groups where you can just post it and people will respond to it. This way, you will get your answer and will be able to make friends as well.
I hope you will take advantage of all the resources and opportunities provided by world pulse. I am looking forward to hearing more from you. Keep writing stories; keep raising you voice, Keep making new wonderful friends. Your stories, your voice can make a huge difference

Love and Peace

CArolyn Brown's picture

Thank you for the welcomell)

Hi as you have welcomed me I'd like you and Fatima to feel free to visit and check on me. As I'd like to explore a little I don't wish for this to be as intimating as it is. I'm are really excited, I've been looking for a site like this since 1997 and needed some time to reconnect. Its a pretty neat creation. I have a hard time with writing in touch with everything. But Hi, I'm a young student in the US. I'm a previous world traveler. In 2002 I visited Uganda. Don't speak the language or dialects of the country but I do find the people easy to get along with. I am learning about myself everyday and others. ITs a good start finding this site. Hope to keep in touch. Thanks for the welcome again.

I'd like you to reach me as I'd like to reach others that are welcomed.

Carolyn Denise Brown ( Preferred )

CArolyn Brown's picture

Today I am at a bit of a

Today I am at a bit of a lose. I heard through a friend from school that a ban as been lifted from Whaling in Japan, Norway, and one other country... This sadly is very disheartening. My upbeat nature after hearing this news brought fear back into my life. I have a two month old daughter who sees the world new everyday. She is growing and experiencing everything for the first time. I see the world in her iris, the sun and moon in her pupil and the oceans in her eyes. In my lifetime I will not know all or even how many endangered species grow to become extinct. I can make a list of how many resources from the enviornment that should not be used only to preserve habitat; but, on this occassion I hope and pray our minds and thoughts and actions are rewarded with courage and strength.
I am concerned my daughter will grow and someday change her mind that the existence of something as precious as the spiritual bodys as whales not be taken for granted. I am more sure her perservernce will enable to see each day new and pure and clean, but I will pray she grows to understand things we can not change in others will we see differently with hope in ourselves, to keep the earth green, see the ocean blue, and our hearts red. Passionately, Carolyn Brown.
I am excited about the new experience of World Pulse and thank all for welcoming me and would like to invite new friends also.

CArolyn Brown's picture

Less Likely to Leave

Girlfriend child please!

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