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Aysha Ibrahim's picture

Kung Fu Panda

Kung-fu panda is a story of panda named Po, helps his father in noodle-shop. His dream was to be Kung-Fu master. … Read More»

Pooja Pant's picture

Visions of a visionary.

I am of the belief that everyone should have a fair chance to be able to follow through with their visions at their own pace, in their own way. … Read More»

Jeanne N's picture

Realizing my Epiphanies

Realizing one’s awakening is a paradigm leap for anyone. … Read More»

Greengirl's picture

Is your wife working?

The socio-economic study team from Kaduna reached the proposed housing estate project site in a satellite community in Abuja, Nigeria at about 2.30 p.m. … Read More»

Stella Danso's picture

Social Transformation That Focuses On Women Empowerment In Society Through Education

Discrimination against women is one of the most serious social problems in many African communities and Ghana is no exception. … Read More»

loretta's picture

Constitutiona Rights - wrong or right?

My country was the last to obtain freedom or democracy so to speak in Africa. The euphoria was very intoxicating and elating at the best. … Read More»

kmokoena2's picture

My vision, My Hope

My personal Vision for life is “To touch lives through awakening potential” meaning helping and empowering others to realize their full potential in life, motivate the feeling of ‘I CAN’ within them, … Read More»

Sangita Thapa's picture

I Dare to Dream

Dreams, in my experience, are very strong. They last forever, with a different shape, different visions in various stages of life. To me, they change. They fluctuate. … Read More»

Enas Lotfy's picture

just i want to be myself

the Oriental society made templates for everything,you have to dream by walking on the map drawn you a fenced community of customs and traditions, many of which line community teach you to do what ple … Read More»

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