The spirit behind Pulse Wire revolution is similar than the spirit behind my own revolution
The year 2000 was special for me. Many of my actions were based in two deep ideas so far. The first was the dream to have my own family, and the second was to use wisely the capacity of thinking which I had, helped by my father´s love, since I was very young.
I didn´t see those two ideas in tension. For me they were complementary, but in my world it was the opposite. I fought 16 years to keep the integrity of my family but then I realized it existed only in my dreams. I got divorced and I faced a future filled with uncertainty, single and taking care of my three daughters.
Some time later, with several years of hard work and enormous effort to get a good professional level I had to face another kind of uncertainty, because when I was very near to reach the pinnacle of success, I got conscious that I was using my abilities in a wrong place, so I decided to change, getting involved since then in the search for alternative ways, one of which led me to find World Pulse.
The year 2000 was also the beginning of a new millennium, in which many questions were open to everyone. By some reason, not usual, I participated in an Andean Contest, where they sought to identify the vision of Latin American women facing to the new millennium, and I won a national award. More than with the award I got marked with the evidence of an infinite inner strength that enabled me to write my life testimony, marked by the illusion of freedom, self-determination and happiness, but also marked by the need to get my right only to exist, and to think for myself.
At that time I became aware of how difficult-and also wonderful- is to live in the fuzzy boundaries of change. I could feel many things similar to probably my mother felt, in her paused, physical with painful and deep relationships, but I could also feel like my daughters feel now in their hectic world, virtual, with often undefined relationships, no less painful or deep.
Were the circumstances -this time of change- which required from myself almost all my body capacities for the process, but I kept dreaming of a golden age in which women could we be truly women, full and powerful, simply done so, without anyone questioning it and now I'm here, maybe not still in that dreamed golden age, but aware of the difficult achievements I reached in the past where ever I could adapt more and more effectively to the demand of our modern world, taking important responsibilities and increasingly respected positions, without losing my creative essence, my powerful femininity and my deep love for life.