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“Women Inspired and Spiritually Empowered” started as a gripping and stimulating theme that was used at a conference for women. When that conference was over, it didn’t seem right to let it end there! Such a powerful statement was meant to be shared and used as a base upon which more should come. Thus, W.I.S.E. was developed to continue making a positive impact, and sharing valuable information, reliable resources, and encouraging good deeds among women across the globe.

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Establish a support network of quality service providers and organizations, promoting the personal growth, self-development, and achievement of women; and the advancement of causes inherently valuable to women. We aim to encourage and engage women in creating a positive impact on the larger community and, ultimately, the entire human family. We are "Women Inspired and Spiritually Empowered", pursuing pathways to optimal living.

 

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Get Fit. Be Well. Stay Grateful

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Get Fit. Be Well. Stay Grateful



In today’s age of convenience, it’s easy to get side-tracked when it comes to maintaining your health and fitness regimes. But you can naturally take advantage of the great outdoors. Nature provides such fantastic scenery to enjoy while you exercise. Take a look at some inspiring ideas to get you and your whole family moving this season in “Fitness Ideas for Fall” as posted on VerywellFamily.com.

In the month of October, two causes garner a lot of attention, Breast Cancer Awareness and Domestic Violence Awareness. While a great deal of fundraising happens to support victims and families through research efforts, awareness and education, unfortunately, thousands more are still affected everyday by either breast cancer diagnoses or some form of domestic violence.

Women’s Choice Award® is an excellent resource for finding the best Breast Cancer Centers in America. They’ve done the research for you to find out about the patient experience, the quality of services and the qualifications of the doctors and support professionals to locate the best treatment centers nearest to you. Check them out at womenschoiceawards.com for more information.

When Domestic Violence is viewed through the lens of “shared responsibility” it becomes more apparent that what is needed goes beyond education and awareness. What is also necessary are community engagement and trust, coupled with the support and protection afforded by the courts and law enforcement agencies. Domestic violence affects us all whether home or abroad. In a recent article “Speaking Out” by Leslie Bassett as posted by the American Foreign Service Association for its members, education is pointed out as an “essential first step” while “early warning and intervention” can minimize risk. The bottom line is that domestic violence is a crime. Families require support as they navigate a safe course of action, and we can all make a difference by paying attention to our communities as a whole and supporting those who are working through difficult times.

On a lighter note, here’s a little Trivia. Seasons come and seasons go. Do you know where the terms Autumn and Fall originated? If you really are interested in knowing the reason, please click on this link and you’ll get the answer along with an interesting history lesson!

Now, let’s put gratitude into practice. Not because this is the season for giving thanks but because appreciation is not a one-day only event. Life presents moments that matter and gives us lots of reasons to say, “thank you”. If you have children, now is a perfect time to teach your kids about being grateful for what they have and a great time to give them the opportunity to serve others. The article “Thanksgiving Gratitude” published by Focus on the Family, provides a plethora of meaningful ideas you can try with your loved ones.

 

 

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