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There is no side to take

"Why do you always take the other side?" I cannot count the number of times this has been said to me apart from my mother, whom I always knew felt I was on her side and would call me her angel. … Read More»

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My Journey

I got behind the wheel of the moving van and drove slowly down the driveway. … Read More»

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I Spoke for myself and for my sisters

I had to let my voice be heard and to assert the rights I own; not as a gift, but as an endowment from creation. I have been married for over five years. I had five kids with my husband. … Read More»

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It was a miracle to have survived the war in Sri Lanka

By DushiYanthini Kanagasabapathipillai … Read More»

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In today's world, all kinds of evil exist. Witchcraft is prevalent especially in Africa; you need not offend anybody nowadays before they set out to attack you spiritually. … Read More»

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The Miracle Seeker

It is not a lie; I am constantly in search of miracles. … Read More»

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My life with Worldpulse: A Miracle

It’s a funny story how I joined Worldpulse!. … Read More»

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My Miracles Given and Gifty

Uganda’s Maternal Mortality Ratio (MMR) had remained high for 15 years, with no significant decline 435 deaths per 100,000 live births. … Read More»

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A miraculous prayer in Ruwa

It was a sunny Sunday morning, the sun was up and my heart beat faster than usual. I was going to lead the mission prayer at our church later that morning. … Read More»

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I stood next to my house holding the only money I had between me and poverty, my tow children were leaning on me, they had not eaten anything since morning yet all I had was Kshs. … Read More»

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