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2011 VOF Week 4

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I love museums. While walking amongst the remains of different civilizations and varying eras in time I feel a kinship to all that has passed and a sense of incredible wonder at our human evolution. … Read More»

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I Am Only 50, I Have 50 More

I proudly live in a community of nations where all people regardless of sex, ethnicity, age and abilities fulfill all their human rights; where children are nourished, educated and nurtured; where the … Read More»

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I know I can do it

Living my life the way I do now is one thing I have always called a blessing, a divine intervention and the will of God. … Read More»

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Getting stronger

To move forward in life it is critical to develop our personal vision for life, the ability to situate our ideas and ourselves into perspective, taking into account the world, its geographic and histo … Read More»

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Ordinarily Extraordinary

What is the vision of my life I wondered? I wracked my brains to come up with something meaningful, do-able. I pondered the depths of world peace. … Read More»

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Maxing web presence

At 29, I have worked for a decade – changing careers twice from corporate to print media and moving three organisations within my chosen media. … Read More»

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Virtues Versus Values

Every great act that has positively impacted human history was a result of vision’, said Myles Munroe. … Read More»

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My life

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My goals of the votes of our future

I am allowed the opportunity to work in the field of journalism at his side, my study of the media, the work of the women in our society of Egypt be in order to get money to help by her family or to a … Read More»

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Writing and Resistance: Ending War One Story at a Time

One afternoon in Spring 2003, as I was sitting in Arizona State University Professor Dick George’s ‘History of Photography’ class a series of black and white images of the My Lai Massacre were project … Read More»

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