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At 2:02pm on April 1, 2011, Muhammad Tahir Tabassum said…

Dear Arielle

Happy to visit your profile in peace network here.We can share our expertise

and work joint on similar activities in near future.

Peace.
At 11:10am on January 16, 2011, Sohail Mahmood said…

hello arielle

how are u doing?

nice meeting u here

At 12:25pm on June 22, 2009, Kipsutto Mike said…
Kenyans are welcoming you,
I am now leading YEL ,the youth network working on peace and IDP'S reintegration,
I am wishing to discuss with you for exchanging informations and experiences for the peace and development initiatives success in the region and World.
my email is kipsuttomike@yahoo.com

keep well in peace,
At 12:38pm on May 7, 2009, Frizzey Greif said…
♥ ♥ ♥
good vibes

heartly welcome in
Frizzey Lights World
♥ ♥ ♥
At 5:58pm on April 25, 2009, OLATUNJI AGBOOLA OLATEJU said…
Arielle,
Our solution to the global failures of capitalism lies in our acceptance of democracy as government of the society, by the society and for the society as against the liberal indnvidualistic view of government of the, by the, an d for the people. Democracy cannot be universally the same both in contents and stategies because people are not sociologically the same. The idea of building a state through a ready-made model of democracy without taking the culture of the poeple involved into consideration will end up in producing party-democracy which is in itself government of the rich by the rich and for the rich. this method will continue to produce urban based governments with vast majority of the rural dwellers and thier informal structures of mataining peace, conflict-resolution, governance and economic activites being left out of the process. We should now opt for society's as against state's politics of liberal democracy. community should now constitute the nucleus of our economic and political development with Community Action Associations being the veichles for our politcal activities. Society, in addition to her other roles, must be involved in the sustenance of the economic development through her partnership with individuals and/or gorup of individuals who are willing to establish economic ventures. The idea of living economic activities for individuas or state alone has not helped us either way, there must therefore be a new agenda for us to move forward. I think NOW is the time for us to ACT in other to save the underclass from the grips of the hovering economic vultures. Talk to you later
Ola
At 6:04pm on April 24, 2009, OLATUNJI AGBOOLA OLATEJU said…
To me, World Bank is an instrument of exploitation. Have you ever thought of how the leadership of the Bank is selected. How many countries are members and how many of them decide the leadership? The current global economic crisis serevs as a pointer to the failure of World Bank and the ideology it represents and propagates throughout the world. I think what we need now is Global Economic Development Bank that will focus more on the productive capacity of each nation based on their natural resources and comparative advantages, give neccesary support for the development of such resources and equitable distribution of wealth among and within the nations.
At 1:01am on April 24, 2009, Mohamed H. Osman said…
Dear Kelly,
Thanks for the lovely comments on my page. I used to work with a high energetic and hard working lady also from Australia. her name was "Kelly Wilson".... her ability on voluntarism and yours has now convinced me to believe on how the Australian ladies pleasant are.
Warmiest regards, Mohamed
At 8:56pm on April 22, 2009, Dr.Hani Hamed Ezeldin said…
Dear friend
really i have the honor to be your friend thanks for your nice words
i hope you best life
At 2:52pm on April 22, 2009, HON. REMY CHUKWUNYERE said…
My Dear Arielle,

Hw're u tday? I am so happy to have u as one of my friends on this network, your insights and comments are always inspiring. Coincidentally, you're 10th while I'm 12th December?

God keep blessing u!

Remy
At 6:48pm on April 19, 2009, Ignatius Emeka Onyekwere said…
Dear Arielle,

Thank you so much for the work you're doing in building a sustainable future for humanity. Having previewed your website, I am quite enthralled with your programmes and achievements. Let me know how and where I can be of assistance.

Hoping to see you in Rotary Convention 2009.

Regards

Emeka
At 8:45pm on April 15, 2009, Frizzey Greif said…
♥ ♥ ♥
Many good vibes
love, art & tolerance connects the world

heartly welcome in
Frizzey Lights World
♥ ♥ ♥
At 8:22pm on April 14, 2009, GATETE Jean-Yves said…
Yes Burundi and the GL region are welcoming you,
I am now leading BYPRI ,the youth network working on peace and refugees reintegration,
I am wishing to discuss with you for exchanging informations and experiences for the peace and development initiatives success in the region and World.
my email is gatetejy@gmail.com

keep well in peace,
Gatete J-Y
At 8:01pm on April 14, 2009, GATETE Jean-Yves said…
hello, there...thank u for adding
hope you are doing well,
did u ever heard about Burundi or great lakes region?we are in need of persons like you,
At 4:06pm on April 13, 2009, olakunle said…
Hello Arielle

It would be my pleasure if u can share some of your experiences with me. I look forward to learning from you and exchanging ideas.

Thank you
kunle
At 10:44am on April 12, 2009, Waris Ali said…
Hellow Arielle

I am pleased to study your words for Better Globe free of War,Racism and place of love,Kindness for each other regardless of Race,Religion and Gender.

It is the right time now that we all should unite and struggle seriously for World Peace and Justice to have Safer Globe for our coming generation.

It will be my pleasure if you will add me in the list of your friends.

Striving for Better Globe

Waris Ali
Chairman Global Foundation,Lahore,Pakistan.
Member Lahore Chamber of Commerce & Industry,Lahore,pakistan.

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