It gives nice feelings to listen about thevwork for human rights worldwide, daily many new organisations are being introduced, and strugle for fundamanle rights of a person in a socity is on its cource, but if I ask you that " are you really think that we have done as much in this respect as it could be done such wast spectrum with such huge budgets of the NGO's and humanrights working bodys?" what will be your responce?
Hello Sarah! thanks for your nice words the translation for the sentence below is "it is my honor to know you, i am glad to be friends, i like to help you out in learning Arabic language", the pronounciation "tisharafit biki, wa yusidini bi an nakuna asdiqaa, wa uhibu an usa-eedaki fi taalum lugha englizia"
Sarah, Thank you for inviting me to join your network of friends. Tell me about your internship and your next hopeful step in your profession. I agree with the discussion about law here, that most lawyers who don't view the profession as a business strive for the practice to transform. My experience tells me there needs to be both, a set of rules and procedures and much greater opporuntunity to access and feel a part of the system.
Sarah, Sabahul Khair! Kaifal Hal? I agree with you that learning about each others culture and language will really help in building trust and bridging gaps across ethnic, racial and religious divides. Keep on learning, perfection comes with practice. Endeavour to have many Aran speaking friends and if possible spend some couple of months in an Arab country.
While, law practice is interesting. You always deal with cases of conflict either between individuals or groups. I try as much as I could to promote amicable settlement. I hate the adversarial nature of the court system. But some cases, must be litigated. I do more of teaching now than practice. I am with a university here. It gives me fulfilment more than going to court. I teach ADR, Human rights, Access to justice and Clinical Legal Education.
Sarah, It is interesting to learn that you are studying Arabic. I wish you all the best. To what extent, do you think, language and culture affects our work in the area of peacemaking and development work?
dear sarah, Namaste (hello) and Salaamaleikum.
I extend a hearty and cordial welcome to you to visit and stay with us in India whenever you plan a trip. I see ourselves as an extended global joint family….nothing really belongs to us, we are merely temporary custodians of all that we inherit or create…Having served in Indian army for 23 years, I am lucky to have seen every corner of India and have friends all over. That can facilitate your move around in my country. …also I believe if we have to truly see a nation,we need to stay among the people, observe life of average citizen, see their villages and then we feel the pulse of that people and that nation….i have always stayed away from hotels, guest houses etc and instead stayed with friends/ordinary families whenever I traveled abroad.. I have now resigned from army to work full time in my true passion -peacebuilding and conflict resolution.
i am also learning arabic..where are you doing it from?
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