Psychologists tell us that dreams are the source of many things we play out while we sleep.
They signal a need for growth, an expression of feelings, or a place for our hopes.
This month, WomanScape explores the theme of DREAM IT. We move from hope to action. Enjoy four unique stories of changemakers from diverse backgrounds who all navigate their dreams amidst the challenges of this world. Each reveal how our personal dreams also connect us to each other’s stories, just like this week’s celebration of John Lewis. In 1965, Lewis rose from that bridge in Selma and his work continued to help us to build new bridges towards equality and freedom.
WS Changemaker of the Week: ARRA by Aradhana
We’ll meet a designer, a freedom fighter, a business leader and a strategic consultant who built their dreams from the ground up. This week, we share the story of Aradhana of ARRA Designs. Her journey starts in India and, as she travels the world, she shows us the opportunities that come from being open to change and following your heart.
READthis week’s featured article on Tuesday, August 4th.
Video CHATwith Rose in the LIVE in the SHED this Wednesday, 6 p.m. CST. 7 p.m. EST. We’ll talk YOGA as part of our staying healthy with MEDS series – meditation/prayer, exercise, diet and sleep. Enjoy past WS video interviews and visit our Facebook or YouTube and don’t forget to LIKE and Subscribe.
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What people have said about our issues:
“Thank you, WomanScape for helping me to believe that change is possible.”
“I wake up inspired every day. Why don’t more women know about these amazing stories of women from the past?”
Thanks for spending time with us and let us know how about changemaker stories you’d like to see. We have some special announcements coming your way in another 10 days! Be well and live joyfully for every moment in every day,
Rose & WomanScape Team