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Writing - It is the air I breathe. I listen to Life (Inhale) and I breathe and write (exhale).
Selasie Bulmuo - Social Worker, Writer/ Author, Counsellor/Pastor Selasie heads SJB Resource Ltd, a Social Capital Builder, working with individuals & groups including families, in the area of social work assessments and support services, confidence building, workshops and training, counselling and sign posting to other agencies and services. Selasie runs SJB Resource with a team of volunteers and paid contracted professionals who are experts in the fields of the Arts, Counselling, and Social Work among others. Selasie is a mother of three and believes that she is a VOICE by calling mainly to families. She is a Author and Conference / workshop Resource Person. She enjoys sharing her love of writing with others as a therapeutic and reflective tool for rebuilding one’s life. She also supports her husband in Pastoring a thriving church, Fountain Gate Chapel in Seven Sisters, London.
Selasie says: "My blog www.selasiebulmuo.wordpress.com is a step to share my private passion in a public forum in hopes that I can challenge you to be the best you. Let my words be a bridge to the otherside of the great chasm. Life awaits you there. Fill the gap. Be INSPIRED".
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Very encouraging post 'Better days ahead', so left you a comment. Enjoy the rest of your day and I hope to be back to read some more.
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Hello and a warm welcome to Bloggers. I hope you enjoy this site as much as I do as there are so many wonderful blogs from all over the world. I shall be back to check out more of your posts.
Thank you. Looking seeing all the wonderful blogs, especially yours.
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