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2011 VOF WEEK 2 - "TRADITION"

I come from a family of many women and as the first of seven daughters growing up in Sub Saharan Africa gave me first hand opportunity to witness the downside of gender inequality. … Read More»

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The War Took: Innocence

Children born in the beginning of this war are in their 20's and most have had children of their own. A whole generation has seen only death and misery. … Read More»

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Life, Death and Much in Between

An uncle and an aunt (from my dad’s and mom’s side respectively) died just this week. I am not really close to them but certainly I still mourn over their loss. … Read More»

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She passed away

She passed away with no illness but was burned in less than a week . She was as if saying farewell to all visitors with gestures. The fire stole her skin leaving wounds ,pain and unrevealed illness. … Read More»

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Ded Na Si Lolo (Grandpa is Dead)

This independent film entitled, Ded na si Lolo (Granpa is Dead) is a very Filipino way especially in having an impact with the superstitious traditions like in the story where a family member has pass … Read More»

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Celebrate women who have died for a cause

Today, 2nd of November, The Catholic Church celebrates the feast of "All Soul" to remember all departed souls whole over the world. Mass celebration and prayers are said for those who are believed to be in pugatory. Infact, the month of November is usually dedicated to All Souls. … Read More»

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Losing a Loved One

Everyday we see in the newspaper, a life has been lost - through murder, car accident, illness..condolence messages, breavements - untimely passing, tragic loss, suffering from short / long illness... … Read More»

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My Living Goddess

When my mom died of cancer this year, my world stopped. … Read More»

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Facing Death

This is morbid topic to discuss. Facing death. . . afraid of dying. . . so morbid. However, some of us do not wish to talk about this even if we know that everyone go there, sooner or later. … Read More»

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