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Gratitude for Dark Winter

I sigh a bit of relief having made it through yet another Christmas holiday season. … Read More»

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Stigma of the disabled

The recent genocidal Khmer Rouge era resulted in the deaths of millions of Cambodians in the 1970s, while displacing many who ended up in refugee camps in Thailand. … Read More»

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The Heart to Lead, Women as Allies for the Greater Good...a new film for empowering women

The Heart to Lead is a new film from the org Imagine the Good. This is a phenomenal film that features dialogues with women and a free workbook for community building. … Read More»

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The Winds of Change

Today is the Fall Equinox and as I take a moment to sit back and breathe, I couldnt have asked a better way to bring in the Fall but taking the last couple of hours learning the World Pulse website an … Read More»

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Transgender: Joan of Arc Didnt Fancy a Dress

I was not raised religious. … Read More»

What's the Point of the Revolution if We Can't Dance

Jane Barry and Jelena Dordevic met with activists around the world to discuss the culture of the women’s movement and uncovered a disturbing trend: We’re deeply unsettled in our work, and it’s affecting our progress. It’s time to change that. Read More »

"Sustainability is about being able to do the work we love, while still feeling full and happy in every part of our lives."

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My Declaration of Coming into My Own Spiritually, Physically and Intellectually

Wow, it has been some time since I wrote my first post here on Pulsewire. I have grown leaps and bounds inside of Self/Spirit. … Read More»

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My Declaration of Coming into My Own Spiritually, Physically and Intellectually

Wow, it has been some time since I wrote my first post here on Pulsewire. I have grown leaps and bounds inside of Self/Spirit. … Read More»

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New church

I have not gone to church in a year and a half. For once, I went to church, and I wasn't bored. I was surprisingly impressed with this church. I couldn't even believe how progressive it was. … Read More»

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