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  1. Our mind and comprehension is limted to this world and if reincarnation exists or not, it is outside the consciousness of this world and won't matter either way. Just like a baby in a womb, not a single day of their 9 month journey is spent thinking or worrying about what came before or after. EvenRead more

    Our mind and comprehension is limted to this world and if reincarnation exists or not, it is outside the consciousness of this world and won’t matter either way. Just like a baby in a womb, not a single day of their 9 month journey is spent thinking or worrying about what came before or after. Even if they did, that wouldn’t matter. They are in a different system with different rules.

    Reincarnation, if it exists, is like karma. Do good and it will bounce back to you in another life . Do bad and the same happens. Same thing applies with heaven and hell.

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  2. Communication is key and knowing how to speak to your partner in different circumstances helps. Some people have anger issues or may want to cool down before discussing uncomfortable conflict in the relationship. Choosing the right place and time to handle the conflict is also important. It can evenRead more

    Communication is key and knowing how to speak to your partner in different circumstances helps. Some people have anger issues or may want to cool down before discussing uncomfortable conflict in the relationship. Choosing the right place and time to handle the conflict is also important. It can even determine if you will solve it or not. I’ve heard of people using gifts, money, and even make-up-sex as a reward, though that can at times postpone the needed reconciliation.

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    20s are a sweet spot. You are old enough to be independent and try out new things on your own. Yet young enough to make mistakes and recover pretty fast.

    20s are a sweet spot. You are old enough to be independent and try out new things on your own. Yet young enough to make mistakes and recover pretty fast.

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  4. Everyone benefits in marriage, one may get more benefits than the other but as long as you two are still together, there always an addee advantage that keeps you there. It may be as simple as having consistent company, sex, a connection, and more. It may be the act of service to someone you love, liRead more

    Everyone benefits in marriage, one may get more benefits than the other but as long as you two are still together, there always an addee advantage that keeps you there. It may be as simple as having consistent company, sex, a connection, and more. It may be the act of service to someone you love, living and doing life with someone, or just Figuring out what love really is.

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  5. Schools have levels and boarding schools could as well be a learning paradise depending on who you ask. Some students even miss school because their experience there is better that what they go through at home. Schools should be standardised so that all of them offer a basic level of service for allRead more

    Schools have levels and boarding schools could as well be a learning paradise depending on who you ask. Some students even miss school because their experience there is better that what they go through at home. Schools should be standardised so that all of them offer a basic level of service for all. Just like there’s schools from hell, we also have prisons from heaven.

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  6. If I had the money I would have multiple residences across the world. With no cap to the money, that would be every country, so I may experience different cultures outside the context of news a d television. I would be a real nomad. Permanent locations are for people who can more travel because of wRead more

    If I had the money I would have multiple residences across the world. With no cap to the money, that would be every country, so I may experience different cultures outside the context of news a d television. I would be a real nomad. Permanent locations are for people who can more travel because of work or for people who do not have enough money for luxury travel.

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  7. There's a thin line between what you see as great and what the client wants. Some experiences are either made or broken by a perfect balance between these two sides.

    There’s a thin line between what you see as great and what the client wants. Some experiences are either made or broken by a perfect balance between these two sides.

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  8. for example mombasa and kimbu both have drug problems but on very different levels. From the type of drug, social support, amount of money needed and more things.

    for example mombasa and kimbu both have drug problems but on very different levels. From the type of drug, social support, amount of money needed and more things.

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  9. I know there's a drug problem in the country but it has always been there and we are only giving it attention right now which is a good thing. However, our parents abused drugs without the leisure of information and at a time when there was such a huge stigma against drug addicts. Most were even afrRead more

    I know there’s a drug problem in the country but it has always been there and we are only giving it attention right now which is a good thing. However, our parents abused drugs without the leisure of information and at a time when there was such a huge stigma against drug addicts. Most were even afraid to seek help because of this stigma. right now things have improved but there is still areas where specific drugs or substances are more prone.

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  10. should drug addiction be declared a national disaster? is it that bad?

    should drug addiction be declared a national disaster? is it that bad?

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  11. I would give people basic needs and create an atmosphere of unlimited potential and possibilities. Possibly going against every rule to recreate the meaning of a nation that was not inherited.

    I would give people basic needs and create an atmosphere of unlimited potential and possibilities. Possibly going against every rule to recreate the meaning of a nation that was not inherited.

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  12. I have friends who have talked about Home Schooling. This can be another alternative to mainstream learning and you also have the freedom to improvise and customize the education process based on what fits your child’s learning style. I must warn that it is labour intensive, requires much more expenRead more

    I have friends who have talked about Home Schooling. This can be another alternative to mainstream learning and you also have the freedom to improvise and customize the education process based on what fits your child’s learning style.

    I must warn that it is labour intensive, requires much more expenses than regular schooling and takes up more time. It is thus more convenient for the rich and upper class who are the minority.

    Ironically, most of these elite people who can afford customized learning do not care much about it. So, it is never used and that’s why the few who use it end up paying through their nose to cover the costs for everyone else who can’t.

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  13. I think this region is the most controversial… Have you ever wondered why it is being broken down since the start: Take the creation of Eritrea, South Sudan, Somaliland and even more recently, the proposed Northern Kenya. It also has the smallest countries like Djibouti which seems not to have an inRead more

    I think this region is the most controversial… Have you ever wondered why it is being broken down since the start: Take the creation of Eritrea, South Sudan, Somaliland and even more recently, the proposed Northern Kenya. It also has the smallest countries like Djibouti which seems not to have an independent voice. We should look a little deeper into this game.

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  14. There is a crisis in almost every African Country: Ethiopia, Uganda, Tanzania… the worst part is the neglect and ignorance from other countries. I bet this is how the Rwandan Genocide happened.

    There is a crisis in almost every African Country: Ethiopia, Uganda, Tanzania… the worst part is the neglect and ignorance from other countries. I bet this is how the Rwandan Genocide happened.

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  15. Laugh it of and assume it was nothing or that she was responding to how bad we treated her so it os okay. Men rarely even look at it as violence because of how most of us have been raised. We need a lot of help because many are suffering in abusive marriages and the world will never know.

    Laugh it of and assume it was nothing or that she was responding to how bad we treated her so it os okay. Men rarely even look at it as violence because of how most of us have been raised. We need a lot of help because many are suffering in abusive marriages and the world will never know.

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  16. Women always get the shorter end of the job slack but somehow the money almost always reaches them. 1. Most men pay for dates. 2. In relationships like dating and marriage, men are the default providers. 3. Women say it better: My money is mine but your money is ours! 🙁

    Women always get the shorter end of the job slack but somehow the money almost always reaches them.

    1. Most men pay for dates.
    2. In relationships like dating and marriage, men are the default providers.
    3. Women say it better: My money is mine but your money is ours! 🙁

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  17. There can’t be “enough” information on GBV more so during this COVID-19 outbreak. Gender-based violence cuts across ethnicity, race, class, religion, education level, and international borders. However, looking at past epidemics, women tend to experience more physical, psychological and time burdensRead more

    There can’t be “enough” information on GBV more so during this COVID-19 outbreak. Gender-based violence cuts across ethnicity, race, class, religion, education level, and international borders. However, looking at past epidemics, women tend to experience more physical, psychological and time burdens as caregivers. I know that statistics on GBV vary, but almost every woman I know has been beaten, coerced into sex, or otherwise abused in her lifetime. We can do campaigns to increase resources related to COVID-19 and GBV risk mitigation across sectors. Not just what the WHO and other main health organisations are offering because that is too general but specific community centred information.

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  18. Rape is about power and control. Rapists don’t always just pick any random person, it is mostly someone they know: a friend, a neighbour, a colleague, a family member etc. (Although they can also be random) Since rapists are sick and weak, they tend to prey on vulnerable people… that’s why 4 month oRead more

    Rape is about power and control. Rapists don’t always just pick any random person, it is mostly someone they know: a friend, a neighbour, a colleague, a family member etc. (Although they can also be random)

    Since rapists are sick and weak, they tend to prey on vulnerable people… that’s why 4 month old babies and 80 year old women are raped.

    The issue about reporting rape I think is hard because our justice system treats the person who has been raped like trash and ask stupid questions like are you sure?*&%$

    When the rapist is at a higher position of power than the victim, it becomes hard to go against them for fear of the repercussions. If the president raped you today going against him would be a lost battle unless you have some strong evidence.

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