Pulse Journey ends…I believe in rebirth…

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Dear friends, colleagues and fellow pulsars,

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Today is my last day at Project hope UK office at Stockley Park; on a positive note , you can say first day after my rebirth with lots of enthusiasm, emotions and more respect towards the world especially those little monsters (God’s beautiful creation called children).

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People have been asking to me, what have you changed? yes, it is a real big question….I just got a very simple one word answer…PERCEPTION…

I believe I have filled their hearts with full of love, Positivity and energy.

I believe I have touched their minds with lots of awareness.

I also believe I have managed to realized their potential to come out and be change and catalyst in the world.

 

AFRICA DOESN’T NEED AID, THEY NEED TRADE, i just loved this when Paul (CEO, project hope UK) mentioned it before i started my assignment, and i strongly feel this at the end of the assignment. I CAN, YOU CAN, WE CAN, AFRI-CAN…

Those people are full of talent, creativity, innocence, respectful  with rich cultural heritage backing them all the time.

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People have been asking to me, what you learnt ? yes, it is another real big question….I just got a very simple one word answer…PERCEPTION…

I believe I have changed myself and my perception towards people.

I believe I have become more emotional and sensitive towards humanity.

I also believe I learnt lot respect from those guys. God bless them.

Below pictures shows my visit to GSK South Africa where I presented about Pulse programme, project work i did in Munsieville township and vision of PHUK in South Africa.

Long live Pulse!!!
Signing off,

Hitesh

Disclaimer:-
“Hi! My name is Hitesh Dave and I live in UK. I work for GSK, currently serving as a PULSE Volunteer with [Project Hope UK], however the opinions you read from me here are totally my own.”