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Poem: I light this candle

This poem is dedicated to all the women who have had to make the painful decision to end a pregnancy after receiving a serious and/or fatal fetal diagnosis. … Read More»

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Louise- A grandmother, A carer, A woman: My hero

My name is Navdha Malhotra and I work for HelpAge International. … Read More»

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I AM HALF YOUR WORLD

I am half your world I am a Goddess A bearer of your continuity An embodiment of sacrifice A symbol of love and compassion I am a mother A mirror of your emotions … Read More»

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YOU are my hero!

When I think of heroes, a wave of PulseWire sisters' profile pictures flood my mind with your beautiful smiles and glimmering eyes, filling me with hope, inspiration and gratitude for the incredible w … Read More»

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My Heroes

I have been blessed with the guidance and love of several strong women in my life. … Read More»

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Single is but a word

The highway is brand new and stretches luxuriously all the way from Koteshwor to Bhaktapur. The newly tarred road glistens in the mid-day sun. … Read More»

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280 Christmas cards

Wearing tight bell-bottomed pants and long hair, my father rings the doorbell to pick up my mother for their first date. … Read More»

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My Mamerks, my hero a hundred times over

As we celebrate the 100th commemoration of International Women's Day, I remember all the women who moved my life in a calm or passionate way. … Read More»

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one step at a time.

i met her by chance. a couple of weeks ago. she intrigued me. she was locked.  and i was curious to know what was inside. over dinner she slowly opened a bit of herself. … Read More»

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