La Jolla, CA - I received an email from a member of the Vice President’s office in Liberia on Thursday. Arthur said they were monitoring what was happening in Charleston, South Carolina and praying for all affected and for America. Liberians and Liberia playing for Americans and America. We have so much to learn from Liberians. The members of 16 different tribes, the people of 15 different counties all came together to defeat Ebola and have kept Liberia Ebola free since May 9th. Holding hands together they stopped an unprecedented crisis which is still in place in Sierra Leone and Guinea.
La Jolla, CA - The full moon is a few hours away here in California – am watching it rise – and reflecting on the millions/billions of people viewing it tonight… what are their circumstances… what are their stories…
After being in the TED-bubble for the last many days, I watched Aljazeera news this evening after meeting with my Course in Miracles circle of women in Coronado. After personally witnessing around the globe what our human family experiences for decades now, they are all part of my constant human reality. Tears… What ISIL has done to millions… Head of UN help in South Sudan expelled… Millions displaced… So much suffering, overwhelming suffering for so many members of our human family. I am committed forever to help sharing their stories, their voices. I intimately know what it feels like to have no one hear my voice. I want no one to feel as I have...
About the Author
Deborah Lindhom is the Founder and CEO of the Foundation for Women. For over 20 years she has lived and worked in Africa, India and the United States on issues of poverty, education and microcredit.
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