WATWB: Humanity Before Religion

It’s the last Friday of this month and that brings us to the 14th instalment of the We Are The World Blogfest. Last month I couldn’t participate because I was travelling, but this time I’m back to help spread the light. For those of you who are reading about WATWB for the first time, this is…

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R.E.S.P.E.C.T: What’s Age Got To Do With It?

It’s a universal practice to teach all children, from the cradle up, that they ought to respect their elders. They’re taught not just to respect but also to be of help to the elderly, to tolerate their tempers, if ever the occasion arose, and to be kind and compassionate to them. It’s what I was…

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We Are The World Blogfest, Month – 9: Share A Smile

Hello Dear Readers, I know I’ve been MIA for some time. Trust me, if I could help it I would have been here with you, replying to your comments and reading your own posts, but as they say, ‘Life happens’, and so it has been with me for this past one week too. However, I’m…

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We Are The World Blogfest – Month 8

Hello Everyone! It’s the last Friday of the month and that means it’s time for the We Are The World Blogfest – Where humanity and light fight the darkness and despair of the world. Our kind co-hosts for this month are – Shilpa Garg, Sylvia McGrath, Mary Giese, Belinda Witzenhausen and Guilie Castillo.   Please head over to their blogs to read…

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We Are The World Blogfest, Month 7: A Korean Discovery

The We Are The World Blogfest is in its 7th month now, and this month’s co-hosts are – Michelle Wallace , Shilpa Garg,  Andrea Michaels,  Peter Nena,  Emerald Barnes It pleases me a great deal that we have come so far in the WATWB journey. These past 7 months have helped me connect with a variety of people doing a…

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#WATWB Month 5: Everyday Heroes

Hello everyone and welcome to the We Are The World Blogfest, Month 5. About 5 months back I signed up for this blogfest that concentrates on the good in humanity and aims to spread cheer and bonhomie through stories and news reports of acts of human kindness. Since then I’ve made friends, connections, learnt a…

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