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Introducing myself and my journal: Muse

About Me:
I am very inspired by all the women here on World Pulse. It is hard for me to put words to how it touchs my heart that women are coming together to support, listen and empower other women. I thank-you all for how you are touching my life.

My Passions:
Healing, Loving, Truth, Empowering girls and women, Humane treatment of all animals

My Challenges:
Negative thought patterns

My Vision for the Future:
A world where, love, compassion and acceptance is given and received by all.

My Areas of Expertise:
Animal care, mostly horses and dogs. An enormous desire for personal healing and making a difference in the world


jacollura's picture

Hello and welcome!

Welcome to World Pulse!

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Dear friend, Welcome to

Dear friend,

Welcome to PulseWire! You are now part of a thriving community of women from all parts of the world. See the PulseWire Getting Started Guide to learn more about networking in our community:

Please explore the site to meet the women and also find the groups of your interest.

I look forward to hearing your voice in the community!

In friendship,


tracimichelle8's picture

Thank-you Nusrat! In

Thank-you Nusrat!
In Kindness,

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!


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Thank-you Fatima! I look forward to being a part of the community!

otahelp's picture

Welcome Traci

thank you for joining us here where our spirit are high and everyone is working towards one goal - women empowerment. Welcome to the kindred spirit.

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Monica09's picture

Animal care, esp. horses

Dear Traci,

I share your interest in horse-care. In fact, I had taken a course on Equine Nutrition on Coursera. My father used to pet a deer but it died. It is alleged that the caretakers killed it and sold its meat and skin. From then on, I want to pet either a deer or a horse. In Bangladesh where I live, there aren't many sanctuaries/domestic shelters for deer and horses. Therefore, I want to start such a sanctuary in my country or at least pet a deer/horse at home. Do you know how much area is required for a horse to survive and thrive?


tracimichelle8's picture

This is a great question.

This is a great question. There is a difference between surviving and thriving. I horse can survive in a very small area. Some are kept in a "stall" that is only 12 feet by 12 feet large. However, I don't believe this is "thriving." Horses are herbivores and they are roaming animals. Horses that live in the wild will cover 20 miles per day. So exercise is so very important for them. Clean water, and good quality forage (grass or hay). I could go on and on!!

I currently am the practice manager for an equine veterinary clinic and have had a passion for all animals, especially horses my entire life. I grew up playing with model horses instead of dolls.

I would be happy to help you in any way I can!
Have a wonderful day!

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Thank you for the informative response! I will certainly get in touch with you when I plan to start a sanctuary or simply pet a horse. In Bangladesh where I live, there is a scarcity of spacious lands. There is also the common problem of land-grabbing by influential people. Thirdly, as with any asset, lands are very expensive here, so it is pretty difficult to acquire and manage a land. I hope I am able to acquire one someday so I can start this sanctuary or pet a horse.


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