Damn I just wish I had a man! I miss being touched. When is the last time someone rubbed these damn feet. I cant help but to think, and worry that . I'll be Singing Classic Beyonce Hits Me Myself and I, well into my 40's. I need time to catch my footing, and think out this box, of when will my prince come? Cause it aint looking good.
I sit in my sorrow, and feel sorry for myself, for the pain manchild put me thou. At what point do i look "Above the Life".
Half a man cant build another man! So begin to build yourself!
(Not based on a true story) This aint me!
The crisis in Darfur, : in less than two years the fighting between rebels and government forces and the violence carried out by the Janjaweed (armed gangs of Arab predators) have led to a humanitarian crisis on a vast scale. The United Nations (UN) estimates that over one million people have been internally displaced, almost 200,000 people have sought refuge in neighboring Chad and thousands have been killed (5,000 according to the Sudanese government, 30,000-50,000 according to the UN). 400,000 is the resent count.
The key to Living is to know One man is not better then the next. IN No way shape or Form. WE AS A PEOPLE HAVE TO DO SOMETHING! WE ARE BLESSED. WE NEVER WHAT TO DO ANYTHING UNLESS ITS IN OUR BACK YARD. LET IT BE KNOWN AFRICA IS OUR BACK YARD!
If anyone that reads this has any questions, please ASK me.
1.Show a film. Inspire others by showing movies such as Hotel Rwanda, Schindler's List, Sometimes in April, Darfur Diaries or The Killing Fields.
2.Invite a Speaker. Raise public awareness about the ongoing genocide in Darfur by inviting an expert to speak to your office, neighborhood or place of worship about this issue.
3.Generate Media Coverage. Keep Sudan in the spotlight by writing letters to the editor, meeting with editorial boards and encouraging community leaders to write op-ed pieces about Darfur.
4.Contact your elected officials. Write or call the White House or your Member of Congress to share your concerns about Darfur.
5.Hold a Rally, Vigil or Ceremony. Such events can help garner media attention for Darfur.
6.Organize a Benefit Event. Raise awareness and relief funds by holding an awareness-raising event, like a concert. Take this opportunity to tell attendees about what is happening in Darfur and urge them to help.
7.Conduct an Educational Presentation. Educate your friends and family by holding a teach-in on Darfur. Visit savedarfur.org to download PowerPoint presentations on the crisis.
8.Host a Potluck Dinner for Darfur. Discuss the situation in Darfur in an informal setting. By sharing your knowledge, your friends and family can educate each other and brainstorm organizing tactics.
9.Join the Save Darfur Congregational Network. Bring the issue of Darfur to your house of worship. Save Darfur has created faith action packets and bulletin inserts to help organize your religious community.
10.Raise Funds for Darfur Advocacy. Help support the people of Darfur by making a donation.