Linda Ragsdale captivates her audiences by sharing her life experiences and keys to navigating 'happily even though' any life changing event. As a survivor of the 2008 Mumbai terrorist attacks, her wounds kindled her mission of healing the divides between people, taking a world stage to guide people on a personal passage way to peace. After surviving stage 3 breast cancer, her work expanded by the sheer nature of moving through this illness with a dedicated focus on peace and joy. It's a message worth hearing. It's a message worth sharing.
In the summer of 2014, at the age of 13 years and 10 months, Poorna Malavath was the youngest person to scale Mt. Everest.
The first time Poorna saw Mount Everest, she turned to her coach and said cheerfully, “It’s not that tall. We can climb it in a day.” She was 13 years old!
Poorna was listed on the Forbes India list of the self made women in 2020
Poorna joined the Telangana Social Welfare Residential Educational Institutions Society for her education.
As today is a sacred day dedicated to women, they should change themselves and help to change the men and children. They should develop the qualities of sympathy, compassion, love and sacrifice. Study the lives of great women who were models of patience, fortitude, compassion and sacrifice. I desire that you should take up the reins of leadership and bring peace and prosperity to the nation by leading ideal lives.
Divine discourse, Sunday, Nov 19, 1995.