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2011 VOF Week 2

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Called to Serve

I was born 47 years ago in Syracuse New York. I grew up very active in school, sports and other activities. … Read More»

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Personal Vision: Finding My Vocation

The condensed edition of my story is that Ula Kuras, photo editor at World Pulse contacted me in October 2010, about obtaining usage rights for a photograph of the Women’s Garden in Kabul, Afghanistan … Read More»

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Let My Mind Speak And Be Heard

Writing has been my passion. I write almost everything which goes on my mind. … Read More»

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REFUGEES: Don’t Let Them Stop Dreaming

I removed this post about interviews I conducted with Palestinian-Iraqi refugees languishing at a snake- and scorpion-infested camp between the Syrian and Iraqi borders because World Pulse's Terms of … Read More»

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A family of seven

I grew up in a family of seven in small town in Ontario, Canada. Some call this place “the middle of nowhere” but I call it home. … Read More»

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My Journay Story towards worldpulse

To take a birth and grow in a society which is totally patriarchal is a very challenging phenomena for a woman to live her life as a free and independent individual and relish her basic rights, with t … Read More»

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A Journey from invisibility...

Growing up, books were my refuge. I was a very shy child whose social skills were dismal. … Read More»

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The Road to Ambassadorship

I have it all. I am a healthy wife, a mother, a daughter, a sister, a friend, a teacher striving to live as a Christian. … Read More»

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On Changing Timidity to Creative Empowerment

I am often a curious juxtaposition of timidity and arrogance. Of loud and boisterous to sullen and withdrawn. A sensitive sort, many would say. … Read More»

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Non-stop work

When I was a little kid at school, my Portuguese teacher said: “Ana, if you want to, you could be a great journalist one day”. Maybe because of that, I studied Communications. In 2002 I met Mrs. … Read More»

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