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Introducing myself and my journal: Me against Impossibilities

About Me:
Once I heard a saying “No one is perfect,” a very simple question just popped up over my head, “Is that so?” I always heard this saying after people have made mistakes. Is this saying used to just give those people an excuse or to just make that people feel better about themselves? And after feeling better, does that mean that people will stop making the same mistakes? Will people realize their mistakes and will they learn from their mistakes?
Well, I don’t really expect that people will learn from their mistakes, but I always love to offer chances to those who make mistakes.
I know that it’s a bit contradictory with the points I’ve raised, but that is me who always want to give people every chance to make any potential corrections and differences.

My Passions:
To Advocate Positive Changes made by Next Generations

Comments

Sarvina's picture

Welcome to PulseWire!

Dear Endear,

I’m so glad and excited to see you in our community! Thanks so much for joining us, you are always free to post to your journal and add comments to others posts too, this is where we can freely contribute for the betterment of women and children all over that world. Please feel free to browse through our group section and post to the groups you decided to join.

Well, not many people always admit and learn from their mistakes but it is wonderful to offer chances for those who have made mistakes. I am really glad and excited to see you here to raise voice for our Khmer people. I am also Cambodian, the same region to you.

Welcome again to our PulseWire Community and I look forward to seeing you more in here!!!

Warm Regards,
Sarvina

Regards,

Sarvina from Cambodia
VOF 2011 Correspondent

Endear VAN's picture

Dear Savina or Sis

Dear Savina or Sis Savina,

Well, i just turned 22 and I saw that you're actually 23 which mean that you areolder than me. So, how should i call you? Please feel free to tell me your preference.

Thank you so much for welcoming me here. As you know, I am new here so i might need to ask you a lot of questions regarding the Pulse Wire Community. Thus,I hope you will not mind answering them. :)

I am glad to meet you as a Cambodian through this Community. I hope to meet more Cambodians in the future though.

Oh, when did you join this community by the way?

Cheers,
Endear

Sarvina's picture

Dear Endear,How nice to hear

Dear Endear,

How nice to hear back from you. Not many Cambodians people come here and keep posting their articles nor respond me. I am really glad to get your comment. Hey dear, you can call me any - my name or sister...whatever I don't mind it at all.

You are welcome to ask any questions, I will be happy to answer all your doubts. Of course, in this pulsewire has only a few Cambodians. You will meet them soon, they are around your age. Oh I joined this worldpulse on July 2010 and I applied for Voices of Our Future Correspondent then I was selected as one of 30 Correspondents for journalism training. You can go to this link: http://www.worldpulse.com/pulsewire/programs/world-pulse-voices-of-our-f...

I also encourage you to apply for this VOF Training when they open for application. It is wonderful as you will have chance to learn alot from it.

Lots of Love,

Sarvina

Regards,

Sarvina from Cambodia
VOF 2011 Correspondent

Dear Sis Sarvina,

So, how did you know about this community?
Thanks for your encouragement, but do you have any ideas when they open for application?
I would love to give a try though. Hope it will open soon! Oh, for the application process, what did you have to do when you first applied for the VOF Training?

Anyway, where are you now? in PP?

heheehe....seems like i ask a lot of questions already! :)

Have a nice day!

Take care,
Endear

Dearest Endear,

Yeah it is okay. I am happy to be called sis:) I came to Worldpulse by chance, I remember I found it while I was researching about Girls' Education in the world for my assignment then I got one Topic related with my assignment and I read it again and again then I felt so interested to sign up for this wonderful forum but the most interesting thing for me here is encouragement that I always get from Worldpulse sisters, Worldpulse team, my fellow Correspondents friends so I feel so familiar with this forum. In Worldpulse, I am loved, cared, encouraged and many things more by them. They teach me how to be strong.

For the VOF opening for application, I am not sure the date but not long they will open it. Around July, just try to log in Worldpulse then you will know it or no worry - I will inform you if they open for application so just send me your email address to my Worldpulse message.

Oh for the application process, you will get the material how to do it from the Worldpulse team then just follow them step by step. For further info, you can to read this sample of our 2010 VOF Applicants group. http://www.worldpulse.com/pulsewire/groups/21780

Note: Three VOF correspondents will be selected for a trip to the US to participate in the World Pulse Speaking and Media Tour and one VOF correspondent will be offered a full scholarship from the Empowerment Institutes Training.

Of course I am in PP my dear. How about you? Now it is my turn I ask you:) Where do you study and work? How did you find Worldpulse?

I hope this help...!

Lots of Love,

Sarvina

Regards,

Sarvina from Cambodia
VOF 2011 Correspondent

Endear VAN's picture

Dear Sis Sarvina, Thanks for

Dear Sis Sarvina,

Thanks for the information regarding the application process.

Well, I'm currently in Bangladesh. I think you might have heard already about the Asian University for Women because some of my friends are also in Worldpulse - they joined this community way too long before me though.

Not that I knew about Worldpulse, but let's say that I have heard about the Worldpulse about three years ago. I remembered that one of the teachers here introduced about the Worldpulse to her students. So, you might wonder why I did not join the Worldpulse from that day. An easy answer is that I was not one of her students and that made me having less attention on that.

So, now another question might pop up over your head, right? "Why do I join now?"
One original reason is that my curiosity about the Worldpulse is now at the highest rate. :)

Anymore questions? I'm happy to answer :)

Thanks again for answering my question, oh here's my email address: vanendear@gmail.com

Have a nice day.

Bests,
Endear

Sarvina's picture

Hi Endear, Thanks for your

Hi Endear,

Thanks for your email!

Love,

Sarvina

Regards,

Sarvina from Cambodia
VOF 2011 Correspondent

Endear VAN's picture

Dear Sis Sarvina, You're

Dear Sis Sarvina,

You're welcome!
hehee.... :)

Cheers,
Endear

Fatima Waziri's picture

Hey there! Welcome to

Hey there! Welcome to PulseWire!

It’s so exciting having you with us, I am sure you will have a fabulous time with your new online friends as well as find this to be a very 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!

Peace!
Fatima

Endear VAN's picture

Hi Fatima, Thanks for giving

Hi Fatima,

Thanks for giving me this warm welcome.
Yes, you are right. I will have a wonderful time here because now i'm starting to feel it as I see your comment and encouragement. :)

Thanks once again.

Hope we will keep in touch. :)

Bests,
Endear

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