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Ebola: Lockdown brings Sierra Leone capital to a halt

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AFRICA NEWS : Sierra Leone’s population faces the first of a three-day lockdown as health workers go door-to-door looking for hidden patients suffering with …


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VAL CARTLEDGE says:

Personally Define Your Oppression

The world will never be a more peaceful place until the majority of people
can relate to one another from the perspective of the other.
“Relationship-balance” happens when all players can consider both their own
needs and those of the other without prejudice.

When peoples of North America (of which I am one) complain about their
sub-standard living conditions, their social oppression and enslavement by
corrupt leaders and their minions, I take stock of my personal worth.

I have a home with dependable utilities; I feel harmony in my enclave
within my local community; I have enough resources to feed three young
women, myself and 4 pets that the adult/children have brought home. I have
been broken many times over emotionally but I have adapted, perhaps even in
some small way evolved, psychologically.

Why? I ask myself this question whenever I am in conflict or when I have
dough. The answer always ends up reasoning that my humanitarian or natural
ties to others are my most valued virtue. Peace is my ideology. It is,
at times, not easy to stay true to my beliefs, but I never give up.
Sometimes I just clean up and rest.

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