Stepping up my game.
My global vision is create a world where children to grow up healthy, happy and loved. Time and again, I have observed in myself and in others how much our childhood affects who we are, what we do and how we behave as adults. Healthy, happy and loved children tend to become healthy, happy and loving adults. And yet there are so many factors that affect childhood that what to do about the many problems children face can be downright overwhelming!
After much time of spinning my wheels, I finally concluded that the best option is to start exactly where we’re at, simply doing what we can with what we have.
For me, this has meant making loving and caring for my immediate and extended family a priority as well as starting a volunteer-run arts and education organization, Aver School, to teach digital media skills to at-risk children and youth who are for the most part facing life on their own.
The ability to communicate my vision clearly, efficiently and persuasively is essential. Being a VOF Correspondent would help build these skills and most importantly help me to connect with women all over the world who share the vision and desire more than anything that children have a bright future.
Ignorance is often a breeding round for abuse. Education and access to information enlightens and empowers. I have a practical solution for empowering children and the commitment to seeing it reach its highest potential. It matters not that the challenges and obstacles are many. I will see this through.
My personal vision is to be a leader in my family, my community and the world. Change has to start from the inside out. Too many women and children are suffering needlessly in the world so I’m stepping up my game. It is time to turn up the volume on my voice and my efforts, to transform the energy of fear into life-affirming change. It’s time to join forces with my sisters, World Pulse women who are taking a stand, reaching deep into the wells of courage the lie within.
It’s time that our voices be heard. Acknowledged. Acted on.