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“Everything that happens is a small part of our journey. We can choose to be passive or we can be proactive and overcome our fears, set our own goals and do the best to reach them. For better or for worse, we always have a choice.”
Giorgio Pautrie



Today, Phumeza Tisile of South Africa presented the “Test Me, Treat Me” DR-TB Manifesto to delegates at the World Health Assembly in Geneva, Switzerland. You can read her short speech here: The following are images of a young South African woman’s journey from extensively drug-resistant TB treatment to activism.

This blogger, Tina Su, says… “I believe that we were all sent here for a reason and that we all have significance in the world. I genuinely feel that we are all blessed with unique gifts. The expression of our gifts contributes to a cause greater than ourselves.” I wholeheartedly agree!! Let Tina guide you through this excercize to sharpen your understanding of your own unique personal mission.

taking action since she was 7

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