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Introducing myself and my journal: International Woman's Day Tribute

About Me:
I think I am just a voice. Here is what is on my mind today..:)

From the Stoning of Soraya to the unheard voices of women in Congo. To Esraa in Egypt who defied the Mubarak Government just with Tweets, organizing a revolution that both women and men took to the streets! Soaring high above the sea to a little town in Sicily, with only white sheets. In this town ever filled with violence and crime, these white sheets exposed the gangsters so they could take back their lives. Harrit Tubman, Maya Angelo, Carmelita Gopez Nuqui in the Philippines, and graffiti artist Panmela Castro. As we continue down the valley we land in India. Sunitha Kishnan stands only 4 feet tall but in her wake of trial she combats slave trade with love.

As women we give so much. These are just a few of the multitude of woman who serve others with genuine human conduct. God's closest and most treasured creature, magnificent when she reaches her full potential. He gave her the task to carry delicate and fragile life. Those that condemn women, oppress the women, murder the woman, and fear her success, forget were it not for a woman they would have never been born. As we stand to correct women's rights as human rights, and convince ourselves of our worth. We have just as much right at life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness as any guy. Non-violently these women stand tall. So today on International Woman's Day we shall honor them, we shall honor all.

It is by these women's courage that I find the strength to reach toward a greater potential and serve my community.

My Passions:

My Challenges:
Raising my 9 year old daughter on my own while attempting to move forward in the business world.

My Vision for the Future:
A progressive world where people become more equal and wealth is spread out more fairly.

My Areas of Expertise:
Business/Creative Concepts/ Organization/ Fitness


Cali gal Michelle's picture

Hi and Welcome!


Yes, women ARE MAGNIFICENT, especially when following the call inside, doing what they were created to do! Your words are good to read.

So glad that you have joined this thriving community at WP! Thank you for this first journal entry, as it gives us a peek into your life and who you are. It also gives others a chance to connect and respond, starting good conversation.

Please explore the WP site to see all the exciting things going on and ways to take action. I have found the quickest way to enter into this community is to click on the "Voices Rising" link, which is under the "PulseWire" tab near the top of the screen. From there you can easily access and read journal entries, and perhaps make a comment in reply. In order to add people to your community, click on the person's name. You will be taken to their profile, and can click on the 'add to my community' link under their photo.

Be sure to check out this link for many other ways to be involved with WP:

We are glad you found us, and look forward to interacting with you!

Let us Hope together-
aka: Cali gal


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!


Rochelle White's picture

Thank You

Thank you for your warm welcome! I am happy to be apart of this community. I will continue to shift through the site to seek out resources that have been made accessible to members of World Pulse.





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