Introduction to a New Series on Walk On
Walk On is designed to inspire my readers to step out and fulfilled their purpose in life. Your life purpose is independent of whether you are rich or poor, in the upper, middle or lower class, or have a low, average or high intelligent quotient. You as an individual have a purpose to fulfill, and once you have found this purpose and started walking towards it, you will have found your happiness and inner peace, because you are flowing with the waters you are supposed to walk on––that is if you make a decision to embark on the journey and maintain it until the end. In the coming months, I have decided to focus on women of all nationalities and cultures from different parts of the world, from the past to the present who have changed the world the world we live in. The majority of them did not have a rosy background, were not Harvard, or Yale, or Princeton graduates, and yet, they overcame or have overcome poverty, racial or sexual discrimination, physical or mental disabilities, or psychological or physical abuse, and they have changed the environment in which they exist. This is a series I not only hope you will enjoy, but I hope it will give you the courage not only to step out, but to keep going until you cross over the finish line.