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2011 VOF Week 4

edithasamani's picture

An Imperishable Vision!

Visions are formed based on our personal experiences (from the community we live in, our schools and our homes) and the people we meet. … Read More»

Emyeyo's picture

My Dream World

My world dream world is far far away But so so close… … Read More»

Skye's picture

In Response to Taking Back the Wisdom of the Feminine

A few years ago, I would have responded to the question, “What is your vision for your life?” with a fifteen point plan. … Read More»

Julie White's picture

Finding My Voice

My personal vision for my life includes impacting my community and reaching out to others beyond the places I know firsthand. … Read More»

Deewai's picture

Beyond the Wooden Wall

I am currently typing this inside a cancer center in my city. The past few days have been overwhelming. If not for my previous experiences of crushing pain, I don't think I would have survived whole. … Read More»

Cali gal Michelle's picture

A change in Trajectory, not in Vision

I live each moment with Joy. I affect the world around me positively and powerfully, as I live with confidence and awareness, … Read More»

Meena Afghan's picture

Journey of Sensation

As a sensitive child growing in such family and community where the father shadow and support were absent, where people were losing their beloved ones in civil war, where sound of war was echoing in s … Read More»

fr3y's picture

Voice for those unheard

I went to training on Disability, Gender and development in Bangkok on March 8- 21, 2010. … Read More»

Laura Liu's picture

My vision as a journalist reporting China to the world

hat is your personal vision for your life, your community and/or the world? •Why do you want to be a Voices of Our Correspondent and how will this help you achieve your vision? … Read More»

mamalaw's picture

Hello World, It's me Laolu!

I have been mulling over in my mind how to end this phase of the journey and my eureka moment came this morning as I took my daily run. I decided that the best way would be to let it all out. … Read More»

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