By Kate Divine Divine Light, founder of the Divine Light Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to empowering and inspiring women to achieve their full potential, has spent much of her life trying to change the world.
She started the nonprofit in 2012 to support women and their families through life’s challenges and tragedies, and today she has a network of more than 700 women and girls who are inspired by her teachings and vision to help empower and inspire more women in the future.
“The truth is, I’ve been fighting a lot for so long, it’s amazing that so many women are fighting the same fight for so many years now,” Divine Light said.
“And there are so many of us out there that are fighting for this cause and I’m glad we’re all together.”
When Divine Light first launched Divine Light in 2012, she said, it was not a “radical” movement.
It was a foundation that “wasn’t radical in terms of what we were doing.”
It was a community of like-minded people who shared the same dream, Divine Light explained.
The foundation is a community, but it is also a vision and a dream for the future of women.
“We have a responsibility to fight for the rights of women,” she said.
“There are so few places that women are able to achieve equality in the workplace, there are few places where women are being able to live a better life, and that’s because we’re not fighting for equal rights for women.”
“I’ve had a lot of women tell me they want to do this, they want their children to be like this, and they want the world to know that we have a purpose,” Divine Lights husband, Kelly Divine Light told ABC News.
“So I wanted to make it clear to them that it is their vision and their goal to see women achieve what we have in common and to see equality for women and equality for all.”
“We all have a lot in common.
And it’s our job to make sure that we all have the same opportunities, to see the same things.”
In the last two years, the Divine Lighters have been instrumental in changing the lives of women and children through the Divine Life program, which offers scholarships and financial aid for students and families through the program’s programs.
The Divine Life Foundation is also supporting a number of other charitable organizations in the area, including the United Way of South Bend, the National Council of Jewish Women, the St. Joseph’s Jewish Community Center and the Sisters of Charity of Notre Dame.
“It’s just an amazing community of people that have such a shared purpose and passion,” Divine said.
“You can’t make a difference without people, and I think that’s why so many young women are coming forward and saying, ‘I want to help make a real difference.'”
For many young people, Divine said, the goal is to change their lives for the better, but there is always more to do.
“If we all are connected, we can achieve a lot,” she continued.
“But we also have to keep going.
It’s always about what’s next.
And what’s in the heart of the heart is the real goal, which is to give.””
When you give, you don’t just give away,” Divine continued.
Kelly Divine Light shared the following inspirational words with ABC News: “The world is full of people who are trying to make a better world for all of us, but if we are united, we will make a world where everyone can live the life they want.
The world is not going to change because of one person, but through our actions, through our words, through the love and support we have for each other.”
In the end, all we can do is give our hearts, and we can only give so much.
I don’t want to give away all of my gifts.
But I am so thankful to be part of this great community of women.
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