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Introducing myself and my journal

About Me:
There is a tremendous shift happening on Earth. Some call it the greatest social movement humanity has ever known. Millions of organizations throughout the world are rallying around the cause of social justice, environmental protection and spiritual awakening. Paul Hawken, author of Ecology of Commerce and the New York Times bestseller Blessed Unrest, estimates that the number of organizations world-wide dedicated to this unified cause might even reach as many as three million. This great awakening calls people from all professions, educational levels, races, religions and nations to unite under a vision of sustainability, renewal and peace.

Please join me as I journey through the meaning of this movement.


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Hi Jami,

Welcome to PulseWire! This seems like a suitable community for you in your journey and we would love to hear more about what this means to you.

I think you will find this to be a positive experience, especially if you take advantage of the numerous resources available through this online community. Although I see that you have already grasped onto the community by making your courageous voice heard.

The best way to communicate and share your voice is to write in your journal, read journals of fellow members and write your comments (you can find the newest journal entries in Voices Rising and you might also consider joining a group or two that interests you (

We are so glad to have you in the PulseWire community!

Warm regards,

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