11-year-old Texas boy shot and killed while walking to mother’s car

Ancient Japanese Culture and Modern Japan – The Impacts Seen Today

This is a broad ranging topic that requires an exhaustive account of history and sociology. Since I live in Japan I will give you just a few points to explore based on my experience living and working here in Japan.

Have You Experienced Poverty First Hand? Why You Should Count Your Blessings And Help Others

A lot of people who follow me on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram don’t know a lot about my past. They don’t know that I’ve lived in Africa. They don’t know that I’ve experienced poverty first hand. They don’t know the looks on the kids faces when they see you, excited and curious at the same time.

Deaf and Blind – A Life Worth Living

What would you do if you were deaf and went blind? To most people, this is too painful to even think about. While blindness and deafness combined eliminate a lot of activities in your life, there are still important things you could do. Read on and see if you agree.

Invisible Children in Uganda: The Other Face of Kony 2012

Kony 2012 might have been an epic failure, but NGO Invisible Children Uganda’s greatest mistake might have been failing to draw attention to the good work it does in northern Uganda. Almost a year ago, Kony2012, a YouTube short aimed at awakening awareness in Western youth to Uganda’s recent 20 years of mass atrocity, went viral. The video brought new attention to Uganda; warlord and International Criminal Court indictee Joseph Kony; and the YouTube short creator, American NGO Invisible Children.

RIP – The Untold Story of Life

Like the 23-year old who breathed her last there are many victims who have succumbed to their injuries. These brutalities are not going to change with laws and regulations, the people’s mentality needs to change, and we need to paint women in a new light. Or else the feminine kind will continue to suffer.

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