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it does not matter if there is one person or 100 it does not matter the intention counts. I would gather at least 100 volunteers to go within our neighborhoods to see what is either polluting the area and a non-green enviroment to live in. We would do anything for anwarness, not that it would create futher disturbances but helping the enironment is something thats needs to be done. Thye more the better, not enough is being done anways so why not do more rather rely on other to do something.… Continue

Posted on May 2, 2010 at 8:04pm

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One thing that is always important to know is that when a crisis hits home, you should not take your nevers the best of you. If you are nervous that that means you are likely to be the first one panicing and gettting nowhere. Only thing that shuld be understandable is that if there is a problem, tell someone you trust that yes there is soemtthing going on. They might help you or simply laugh at you face and walk away, what ever just do not panic, just do what needs to be done. Sometimes things… Continue

Posted on April 30, 2010 at 12:36am — 1 Comment

Secret

When I am 100 years old, THANK GOD! I AM 100 YEARS OLD!! Glad I get that out of my system. -sigh- Well the scecret that I have to pass on to following generations is that, the only way they can survive the world that they live in know, at that time is to live as a community. There will be a time of distress, fear, unloyalty, lies, but if you work together everything can be easier. People will think at a point that this is babyish, yeah everyone know how to. WRONG! Some time ideas clash,… Continue

Posted on April 30, 2010 at 12:13am

Traditions that need to be kept alive.

I have talked to many people about what traditions are and how they view it. I have had range of answers. Unitl now I did not seek to understand that this meant that keeping traditions alive is what a person has to do to keep his/her spirits alive. Their are traditions from all over the world and thats what makes a world a unique place. People should be accepting, but are not because they have ignorance and scared of things being different. What do not realize is that traditions come from their… Continue

Posted on April 23, 2010 at 12:02am

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