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Submitted by mandino (Philippines), Dec 8, 2008 at 04:57

I agree that what happened to Sudan is quite wrong. People live in this world not to kill each other but to help and improve ourselves in the conquest for survival. Survival is not actually killing, but rather to help in the improvement and progress. I hope that one day, all of us will coincide, it's too ideal but we can strive for it. I happen to help build a school named The Emma Academy Project, this school will educating the young minds of the children of Sudan.

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