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WORLD PULSE MEETING, NAIROBI

It was a meeting I wasn't going to miss, much as I wanted to. I have been chatting online with other people and it has always felt like I am talking to a mask! But ever sine joining worldpulse I have felt the members are real, like the people I meet at work everyday.

I arrived at the meeting early enough to watch the others come late. This meant I got two hugs (from Jensine and another wonderful beautiful woman I won't name, this isn't for security reasons!) As the meeting went on I heard inspiring stories all around. And when the meeting ended, after everyone had stated their action plans for 2011, we took a group photo.

On my way home I felt I had accomplished something awesome.

PS: This is a short version of what I am planning to write about the meeting. Watch this space!!!!!

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olutosin's picture

In spirit

I am with you, Pls make is so comprehensive that I woont miss a thing.
Thanks

Olutosin Oladosu Adebowale
Founder/Project Coordinator
Star of Hope Transformation Centre
512 Road
F Close
Festac Town
Lagos-Nigeria

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jadefrank's picture

Waiting for more!

Can't wait to hear more details! Thanks for sharing and glad that you could make this momentous event!

Best,
Jade

Jade,

You don't want to read the rest of the story! Anyway, I expected to see you but I was informed you didn't make it. I am all the same going to share the full story very soon. I am right now having my head burried in one shoot after the other. I will keep you posted.

James

James Ouma,

Life's a Song
Sing it, dance it, live it!

Jade,

You don't want to read the rest of the story! Anyway, I expected to see you but I was informed you didn't make it. I am all the same going to share the full story very soon. I am right now having my head burried in one shoot after the other. I will keep you posted.

James

James Ouma,

Life's a Song
Sing it, dance it, live it!

jadefrank's picture

One day!

Dear James,

Unfortunately this was not my time to visit Kenya nor meet face to face with my dear brothers and sisters I have grown to know and admire. But I look forward to the day I can sink my feet into Kenyan soil and sit down for hours upon hours to talk until the sun sets and rises again - sharing experiences, dreams, and visions with my PulseWire friends!

But in the meantime, I'm on the edge of my seat, anxious to hear about what transpired this very special day, and wanting to hear all of your ideas for how we can more deeply build upon dialogue, collaborations, and action plans for the PulseWire community... across Nairobi, across Kenya, across Africa, across the world!

Jade

lifesong's picture

CHECK OUT MY LATEST POST

Jade,

I hope you are okay. Could you please find some time and check out what I have posted of late? Thanks.

James

James Ouma,

Life's a Song
Sing it, dance it, live it!

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