02 Mar Victims To Victors: Real Life SHEROES
Posted at 05:11h in Random Ramblings 0 Comments
“Hope. Future. Dreams. Hobbies. Success. These are all words they may struggle to discuss at length about.”
As a friend rightly said, ‘it changes a part of you forever’. Salute the spirit and resilience of these women who are an inspiration on how to overcome the despair and hate and come out victorious.
Meeting them has impacted me greatly. Have you had any such life-changing experiences?
Read the full article here and do share your feedback and views via the comment box below.
Maliny MohanPosted at 12:31h, 05 March
Read the article, Piyusha. The account is beautifully narrated and is inspiring to the core.
Wandering SoulPosted at 17:00h, 05 March
Thank you so much, Maliny! Means a lot! 🙂
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