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A letter to the international community on Syria

Posted no picture midnightmess02 , Student and UNICEF volunteer

no picture Student and UNICEF volunteer
Member since February 5, 2017
  • 10 Posts
  • Age 15

Excellencies, Presidents, Leaders,When, in the early morning, in a mist of cloudy weather, you enter your office, sit down and start working, what do you hear, what do you smell? Human voices, the perfume of freshly made coffee, sun rays shining a light on your working table?After having worked long hours you return home and in your bedroom, in the silence of the night, you can sleep knowing that the following day you’ll get up again, in a mist of cloudy weather.Solving wars, finding impossible...

Stereotypes about women in their 20s and marriage

Posted no picture Yori Z. A.

no picture Yori Z. A.
Member since April 6, 2018
  • 1 Post
  • Age 20

Being in your early 20s when you are a female Indonesian is hard for those of us who want to achieve our dreams. Even in this 21st century, stereotypes against women are still very much alive, even in the central region of our country, Jakarta. The majority of our society still sees a woman as someone who's created to be someone's life partner, and her core existence is to continue the life line of human-beings.Our country was once very conservative about women's freedom, let alone about getting...

5 Ways To Reach Your Goal

Posted no picture Nada Alshikh , Student

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Nada Alshikh
Member since September 28, 2017
  • 7 Posts
  • Age 18

Any time you have a goal there are several steps that need to be done in order to achieve it. Here is my way to reach a goal: · UNDERSTAND EXACTLY WHAT YOU WANT Clearly understanding what you want is the first step. You have to look for your goal in this life, ask yourself what is the purpose of my existence? Practice various hobbies even if you've never done them before. It may lead to finding your passion in life. Even if you do not find your goal at first, just continue to searc...

Discovering my journey in the ICT field

Posted no picture P "the techno girl" , Graduate

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P "the techno girl"
Member since April 18, 2018
  • 1 Post

My name is Pertunia Mojapelo and I am a 22-year-old girl from Johannesburg, South Africa. I recently completed my degree in BIS (Information Science), which is the study of the information process from its analysis collection, retrieval to its end-point of dissemination. My degree was focused on the ICT service sector or industry. The reason why I chose to be in this sector is because I have always wanted to make life easier for people in various contexts - ranging from health to business an...

Why I choose to unwind in solitude

Posted no picture Aishwarya Girinarayanan , Law student, worked with The Hindu

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Aishwarya Girinarayanan
Member since November 11, 2017
  • 3 Posts
  • Age 19

Have you often, caught your mind aimlessly wandering away in the middle of a conversation? Do you ever feel the need to excuse yourself out of a social gathering for no apparent reason? More often than not, do you find yourself constantly being prodded with the question 'Why do you look so lost?' I can positively say that I've found myself grappling with the above situations for as long as I can remember. My friends often, tell me that I have an uncanny ability to tune out of conversations very...


Posted Avatar Anastasia

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Member since February 24, 2018
  • 2 Posts
  • Age 16

Travelling is a good decision. During travel you familiarize yourself with cultures and traditions of other countries, meet new friends from another edge of our planet, try national food and learn how other people live. Everybody likes travelling. And on 15th of April the inhabitants of Ulyanovsk, Russia had the opportunity to travel all over the world without leaving their motherland.The festival "Around the world" took place inside of Ulyanovsk State University. It was an event for travelers,...

The rhythm of searching

Posted Avatar Anisja Sonja G. , Observer of everyday life

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Anisja Sonja G.
Member since June 11, 2017
  • 6 Posts
  • Age 19

We are walking through the desert on the opposite sides of it.Everything seems still.The falcons are flying over our heads and are searching for each other - just like you and me.You came closer, you are almost next to me, but still too far for me to see you.Somewhere around me I feel your steps getting closer rapidly.Just so you didn't know that I waited for you all this time, I hid myself behind a sand mountain and curled myself up in the shadow.You stopped walking, just to hear where my foots...

What are freedom and liberty?

Posted no picture Yasmin Youssef

no picture Yasmin Youssef
Member since June 20, 2016
  • 39 Posts
  • Age 19

In search of a satisfying definition… We talk about freedom and liberty all the time and tend to embrace these notions. Freedom of speech, freedom of press, freedom of religion, freedom of information etc. But what do these two terms mean exactly? Finding a satisfying and suitable definition is not as easy as it might seem at first. First of all, let us look at official definitions. Liberty is defined by the oxford dictionary as “The state of being free within society from oppressive restric...

Maryam’s Story

Posted Avatar Terre des hommes Italy Iraq , Iraq

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Terre des hommes Italy Iraq
Member since April 11, 2018
  • 4 Posts
  • Age 28

I am a lucky girl to have been born in Rawanduz, a town located in Northern part of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. It is surrounded by beautiful mountains and lovely waterfalls. Apart from these, Rawanduz is best known for its deep ravines – the Kharand – which hug our town from both sides. I have beautiful memories about the ravines. They teach me a new lesson every day. People usually visit these landscapes and forget about them the minute they leave. But for me, it is difficult to wipe them...

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