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Munaza's Blog – April 2010 Archive (13)


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

Added by Munaza on April 30, 2010 at 12:36am — 1 Comment


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

Added by Munaza on April 30, 2010 at 12:13am — No Comments

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

Added by Munaza on April 23, 2010 at 12:02am — No Comments

What is a Plan???Ahh

Well before I go investigate, I want the truth out in the open. I did not know there was a name for being there was a name for this plan, resiliance plan. I am not going to ask m,y neighbors first but going to investigate my self first. Well this plan is for the protection of people and the enviroment they live in. NYC came up with a plan in like 2009.http://www.earth.columbia.edu/articles/view/2605 and other website is… Continue

Added by Munaza on April 21, 2010 at 1:17am — No Comments


The this that for the past 12 years I have been living in New York, I have heard from not only scientists but other experts say that New York will be under water since it is near water. I am thinking well I won't be here in a couple of years so why worry about the fact that NYC will be underwater. A website I have recently found to be very interesting, http://www.earth.columbia.edu/articles/view/2605 ; the website states… Continue

Added by Munaza on April 20, 2010 at 1:36pm — No Comments


A new bank called TD bank opened few blocks from my house. This bank is a Candian compay bank, which is the second largst bank there, after the economic recession this bank has come about to take places of those banks which have failed. The TD bank has been around since the 1850's, a very long time. This bank has not come to all of the states in U.S.A, but over 12 states including Washington D.C and New York. New York is the one of the financial captials there are. This bank is a local bank and… Continue

Added by Munaza on April 15, 2010 at 12:44am — No Comments

Money Exchange

I have not done money exchange in a long time. When I visisted London couple of years ago and my family had five hour stop a connect flight, we went shopping. I gave 5 dollars for a candy bar!!! I have to pay in pounds and I did not know the echange rate so I went to a computer avaible there and did the excahnge rate thing, the amount came out to be: 2 pounds!!! I was like ???, so anyways i gave the money and exchange was 1 pound and some cents. That was unfair I was like " Those Darn British… Continue

Added by Munaza on April 15, 2010 at 12:30am — No Comments

Aini's Story

Aini was 18 years old and was living in South Africa, she dreams of becoming a doctor, she was studying to be one when she recieved important news form her doctor. One night changed everything for her. at first she did not wrong. She was a unknown of the fact she has contracted HIV/AIDS. Her world turned upside down. Her family shunned her, her friends left her, she left her home because she had no one to talk to, not even him. She wanted to but could not.

Until she 19 she…

Added by Munaza on April 15, 2010 at 12:00am — 1 Comment

Gender Equality!

"The battle of the sexes" has the statement come across you ever. If you are a reader who has do you think this is fair? If not, now you have what does it mean to you? My point in making because gender equality always always triggers that it is for women and not men thats the reason I have stated this statement. Equality is something easy but, inferiority is something that takes a perosn to a ununequal manner. Being fair about how to vote, job or culture rules are very differnent if each part… Continue

Added by Munaza on April 14, 2010 at 11:30pm — No Comments


The first word that pops up in my mind when I think about business trading is: people. People are join efforts on trading and making momey to be part of the economy that either benifits them or creates Socio-economic for them. Another thing that is important to understand is that if it were not for this trading business would not flourish and people would not make money. Now a new era coming with business and trading. A program I want the word to spread about is World Good Markets. The program… Continue

Added by Munaza on April 14, 2010 at 11:30pm — No Comments

World Water Day 2020!!!

What can We do? Lets see, for the starting of the three to four hours we would hold a walk-a-thon,. The middle half of the day would be about small groups talking about water and how it is vital,...etc. The rest of the day would be fun with cooking food and games. The games will subject related. At night there will be a concert, since music is magically inclined for people to understand a topic through words and rythem. The concert will feature many groups who will support the implemetation of… Continue

Added by Munaza on April 14, 2010 at 10:56pm — No Comments

Water 1st International

Please visit this website : http://www.water1st.org/work/index.html and spread the word about it. Although this website does not concentrate on many countries at a time, it it starting out small and going to hopefully spread in the near future.… Continue

Added by Munaza on April 14, 2010 at 10:30pm — 1 Comment

Fighting HIV/AIDS in South Africa

The website that I found an article is: http://www.globalgiving.org/projects/fight-aids-empower-women-in-south-africa/. The organziation is very helpful and needs money to spread more awarness and help out women who have contracted HIV/AIDS. This illness that makes women more prone to get illnesses due to the immune deficiency can be fatal phyically but also soically. The the problem is that women…


Added by Munaza on April 14, 2010 at 1:26pm — No Comments

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