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Terra Kelsey

United StatesPortland, United States

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September 28, 2012

Terra Kelsey

About Me: 

I am a 68 year old Caucasian American, but that is just the surface reality.
Like you, I am eager to find forums that unite women, create dialogue, and
elevate consciousness.

This is a world that needs the voices and courage and ideas of all women.
I am privileged to have most of my needs met. I am educated, healthy, single
and my values are based in the timeless truths from India. I am a long time
meditator and aspiring yogi. I am not wealthy. I serve behind a counter in
a metaphysical bookshop in a beautiful, progressive city. I feel deeply grateful
for what I have, who I am, and how I am able to grow and serve my fellow beings.
Yet I cannot forget the suffering and oppression of my sisters worldwide. It feels
good to be able to put my hands in this huge virtual circle of women, even if all
I have to offer is my voice, my prayers and my support. I love you all.

My Passions: 
freedom, inside and out, for all
My Challenges: 
in this culture, my age and lack of expertise with social media
My Vision for the Future: 
a world where women's voices, work and contributions are welcomed, honored and we are empowered to serve equally and earn equally with men.
My Areas of Expertise: 
listening, praying, caring, believing we can do what needs to be done

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