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Introducing myself and my journal: Live to grow

About Me:
I have a challenging nature. I belive in equality/equity for all the human beings specifically all the basic needs should be equally distributed among all nations and humans.I love to work to accellerate the process of change which make all the humans unite and create a harmony among them, I hope this will happen one day and we can built a peaceful healthy and fresh environment for our comming generations.One thing more I would like to mention and that is Gender discrimination if we work out in such a way that this issue abolished completely then it will be a blessing for all of us. I know it is a difficult task but it can be acheived may be after a long period but it can be because I believe the work which is started once will be completed on a day may be after you, as we plant a tree it will give fruits and some body will eat may be you or some one else.Sabiha

My Passions:
eqall distributin of basic needs among all humans

My Challenges:
to work and acheive my goals

My Vision for the Future:
All humans have their basic facilities of Health Educatin

My Areas of Expertise:


Auma's picture

Unity To Create Harmony.

It is true that once we plant a tree,it will grow fruits and somebody will eat it! It may be us or somebody else.I would urge that we weed well and water our trees so that they bear fruit faster!

Thank you for this inspirational writing.I hope to be hearing more again and again from you.

Best regards,

Leah Auma Okeyo.

jadefrank's picture

Welcome To PulseWire!

Hi Sabiha!

It's great to have such a strong voice from Pakistan in the PulseWire community. While often feel the effects of gender discrimination in my own country, I know that for women currently in Pakistan, the issue is far more severe. I join you in your passion for gender equality and for the equal, global distribution of basic human services and goods.

Looking forward to hearing more of your thoughts and experiences with gender inequality in Pakistan.

Warm regards,

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