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by Nester | November 25, 2008 at 3:23 AM
Hello, I would like to see a world where women are free from being a target of victimize.
That is a vision I hold as well, Nester. It seems like such a simple ideal that you would think we all should hold in our hearts.
Hi Lisa,i'm glad to here that i'm not alone in this calling.You really bring hope in me,I believe that as i get to know that there are people like you,we will fight this until its over.
Thank you for sharing your vision. I too dream to see the day that women hold the same rights as men across the world and where women are no longer victims of our own society. I think that day will soon come if women like you continue to hold this vision and act upon making it a reality.
Thank you so much for the word of courage and i am looking forward to having more advice to making this vision a reality.
Welcome to PulseWire.It is good to have you here.I would love to hear from you what many more women can do to be able to run their own businesses.
Best regards from Kenya,
Leah Auma Okeyo.
Hai Auma its ma pleasure to have you as a friend and again as a colleage.
I would like to tell you that they must have a vision in place couple with comprehensive plan.
Always stick to their guts.
They must constantly renew their minds that starting one's business is always possible.
They must train themselves to have the necessary skills relating to the business.
They must always leverage on whatever potential they have.
Wishing them all the best.
haai world pulse sisters.
I haven't been communicating with you guyz since end of last year neither my group members here in Cape Town (South Africa),so please i am asking for forgiveness to all of you.I love and i miss you guyz,to me you are a source of strength and a shoulder to cry on.
I've been having inner battle since 2002 until now it get worse when i have to confront it at the end of last year ,that was when i loose contact with everybody including you.I was lonely;can't face anything;living with fear and couldn't even feel who i was anymore.I got to a stage where i wanted to confess about my hiv status to my parents but it was very difficult for me,so i could n't do it.Eversince i 've started working with Young Feminist in Action an initiative dealing with people living with hiv,i've started to fill guilty that i am giving advice and encourage people to live positive with something that i'm hiding as well.I believe when they say you need to be happy before you make others happy,so definately i have to disclose to my parents by God 's grace i believe i will be strong and by the courage i'm getting from some of the World Pulse sisters when they speak out about their own status i feel brave.
miss you all.
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