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Introducing myself and my journal: youth splash

About Me:
I am committed and a believer

My Passions:
to make the world a better place to live in

My Challenges:
fighting unemployment and poverty

My Vision for the Future:
is to see that all is able live on mother EARTH


aliĝngix's picture

Welcome to Pulse Wire!

I like what you are saying here. It'll be nice to see you around and what your ideas are.

chief's picture

I will get to you very soon.

Thanks for the concern you have for our journal, we will get to you.

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Dear Chief,
Welcome to PulseWire!

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