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Give MOM Back Her Name #MyMothersNameIs
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Posted in Culture, Healing, motherhood Tagged #MyMothersNameIs, africa, egypt, human-rights, Middle East, mom, universal, women Leave a comment
We Are Not Beggars, We Are Creators.
The most essential things for human beings are the elements – sun, air, water and food. These are the essential resources for people’s lives. God decided that these things would be the enjoyment of all, so that all might live. … Continue reading
Posted in economy, Politics, World Tagged creator, farming, food, globalization, god, human-rights, self reliant, stuffed and starved, the last farmer Leave a comment
Feelings Of Humiliation Can Represent The Nuclear Bombs Of Emotions
Dignity. Everybody wants it, craves it, seeks it. Isn’t that what everybody really wants? You, me, your parents, your children, your friends, your colleagues at work. The homeless person in the park, the elderly in nursing homes; students, teachers, principals; … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged a path to dignity, Amnesty Poland, Dignity, Disorders, Education for Human Dignity project, Global dignity, health, human, human rights violations, human-rights, Jew, Linda Hartling, mental-health, muslim, Robert Fuller, Self-Help, The dignity song, Torture, UN, United States 3 Comments
What Are You Worth?
Nearly a year ago, a young man, by the name of Robert Champion died after being beaten by fellow FAMU band members aboard a bus parked outside an Orlando hotel. Florida A&M University has offered the family $300,000 to settle … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Advocacy Organizations, children, CNN, education, Florida A&M University, health, human, Human Rights and Liberties, human-rights, humanity, islam, John Mueller, life, live, Natural and legal rights, Ohio State University, philosophy, Robert Champion, youtube.com 1 Comment
Half the Sky
I can’t tell you how thankful I am for the opportunity I had as a young girl growing up to have been able to participate in sports. I often find myself wondering what it must have been like for my … Continue reading
We are all One
I love this idea. I am a Muslim and this concept reverberates throughout the Qu’ran; sometimes I hesitate to say that because I know that people a lot of people have very negative preconceived ideas. But, they don’t know Islam … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged boxing, enlightenment, health, hollywood, human-rights, islam, mike tyson, muhammad ali, oprah, Religion, sufi, we are all one, wisdom 3 Comments
I was shopping in Target the other day and I saw a man with this D.A.D.D. shirt on. Dads Against Daughters Dating. This was declared “rule” in my house even before I got pregnant – so I’m definitely buying a … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged dads, daughters, divine design, human, human-rights, humanity, keywords, life, live, love, power, Spirituality, youtube Leave a comment
Who Won The Debate?
Once again we are again debating who the best person is for the job of President of the United States of America. And, boy are we in a DIRE situation. After working in politics in the 2004 election I learned … Continue reading →