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View of peace

Posted on February 24, 2017 at 12:36am 0 Comments

Peace is a motto across the globe. It is a tree with multiple purposes whereby its shadow accelerate economy and its fruits give sweetness taste to youth as motivation to think about its sustainability. 

I would appreciate if everyone wish to contribute to plant a forest of such trees by beginning to plant from home. Easy to challenge our worries if you can plant this tree and invite me to hug. 

Make it yourself and try for our world! 

the good image of agriculture in my mirror of hope

Posted on January 14, 2017 at 5:20am 0 Comments

 

From history some signs of droughts, poverty and other natural calamities, everyone can see how shadows bring to the sustenance of population but I cannot deny that after their effects led to many discoveries by differentiating high risk zones from low risk zones in that times. Some countries, mountains or hills became hindrance  due to range of factors. So population started to work about a mixed agriculture whereby those who has land started to worry about themselves only. This…

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Are we enthusiastic to bridge world toward peaceful nations?

Posted on December 25, 2016 at 9:40pm 0 Comments

Author: Habimana Abdulkarim

 

Questions like that inspire; people see it as already had people on duty which is far of truth. It touches people who appreciate growth and contribute fully to avoid misery of losing this motivation. From history of mankind thinking was a crucial role to develop many prosperous things. One of them was nationalism; as example in Rwanda from kingdom regime up to now; Rwandans took their time to shape it through thinkers and some poets…

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