thanks for your not. i do not go on sabbatical until 2009-2010. if you know any school that will allow me to visit please let me know.
i hope you are in good health and spirit.
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"Thank you for your kind words Rashad and for the work you are doing as well. I lived in Lahore, Pakistan for 3 years while in high school; I have not been back to Pakistan since, but remember my time there foundly. My experiences in Pakistan left a…"
I went and checked out Ed-Links-Morocco. The site is great! I joined and am excited to explore it some more in the near future. I am going to pass on the site to the Director of our Arabic Language Institute program as well. She is an…"
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Thank you for your friendship. I am glad to learn that you once were here in Morocco. Indeed, a number of Us citizens come here for summer courses to learn or improve their Arabic, others within the framework of voluntary youth…"
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When it comes to peace, how would you describe yourself?
I am a born activist
What do you believe are the 'burning issues' today?
War, Poverty, Education, Our Planet, Violence, Human Rights
What must we overcome to achieve peace?
I think that we cannot summize our current issues in the world today with a single word- fear, hatred, poverty, etc... We have a lot of issues for a lot of different reasons. They are all intertwinde and as such I think it is difficult to address one without addressing the others. Hatred for example; hatred can lead to war and violence, but then you must ask yourself why do people hate. I do not feel it is something that was preconditioned. Poverty, economic disperity, fear, etc.. all of these things can create hatred which in turn becomes violence and possibly war.
Can we change the world?
More about me
I work for a non-profit called Legacy International in Bedford, VA and am going to school to become a health care provider. I have lived abroad in Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Korea, and Denmark. I really enjoy where I am currently working; I am able to meet youth/ teens from all over the world and provide them with skills in leadership, team building, dialogue, conflict resolution, etc... I feel that in may own way I am helping to create peace and a better tomorrow by being a positive influence on the next generation of movers and shakers. When I finish school I want to expand health care to underserved populations and volunteer my skills as a nurse in different areas of the world.
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Dear Katie Clifford, It's nice to hear from you, I live in Faisalabad it is close to Lahore and I love Lahore and got many friends there. If you ever came here again we invite you to visit us, Peace, love, light & warm regards for you and yours.
Your brother in Christ: Rashad Javed.
Thank you for your friendship. I am glad to learn that you once were here in Morocco. Indeed, a number of Us citizens come here for summer courses to learn or improve their Arabic, others within the framework of voluntary youth associations...
I will be glad to have you join Ed-Links-Morocco, a community of educators and artists serving education here where it is really at stake.
Join us , please, Katie
I am visiting Global Youth Village right now. Interesting ..
my heartfelt welcome to you
i hope each and every of your dreams come true
my eternal thoughts and prayers are extended forever your way
pleas add me as your friend
so we my truly become true friends on day
please remain forever in excellent health and spirit