Artfully-told stories entertain, inform, and inspire a better world.

Throughout history, men and women have challenged ideas that inspired progress. Their legacies influence how we navigate the future.

Without a sense of history and a connection to the past and this progress, American writer Caroline Myss reminds us “the present moment is nothing more than a floating mirage disconnected from its formative events.

WS wants to ensure our human stories or courage and strength are never forgotten or left uncelebrated. This is especially true for women whose histories have been marginalized or largely omitted.

Our WS mission is to revisit and share the extraordinary pursuits of people in artful ways that inspire and connect them to the modern-day stories of other changemakers.

“Change your thoughts and you’ll change the world.”

Norman Vincent Peale

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FREEDOM | Vol. 05

If you are tired of worrying and feeling like the world has unraveled, rediscover what hope and freedom can be in our latest issue of WS FREEDOM.  Everyday people build incredible change and you can too.


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