Editorial/Opinion

HIV/AIDS Prevention Programs, Education Needed

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Published in Cape May County Herald.  

According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 38,300 people were living with HIV/AIDS in New Jersey (as of June 2015).

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Illegal Drugs and Vulnerability

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 Women, Illegal Drugs and Vulnerability

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The United Nations April 19 adopted a new framework for drug control and made a report which states, “…to address and counter the world drug problem, appropriate emphasis should be placed, on individuals, families, communities and society as a whole, with a view to promoting and protecting the health, safety and well-being of all humanity.”

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Cancer Awareness Empowers Women

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Published in Cape May County Herald. http://www.capemaycountyherald.com/opinion/letters_to_the_editor/article_a700f0fc-e7a5-11e5-9418-d7fff5f903c3.html


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Unemployment and Depression

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These days, my friend is mostly found staying at home. As far as he can manage he does not go out at all, but if he does come out he selects the shortest route if possible. The busy streets of the city are rarely without people and the possibility of meeting acquaintances is rather great. If he were to come across some relatives or friends, he would be bombarded with questions like, "Where is your job nowadays? What have you been doing?"

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Memories of our friendship

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Published in UPI Asia blog. (revised article) : Life is confusing and has its poisonous elements.

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Love, Poetry And Art

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Dance and poetry are committed to reviving old values and constructing new ones in accordance with the changing times. I like to present new things. To achieve my goal, I have developed my own philosophy in writing and dancing, through which I explore and, hopefully, offer some meaning and relevance.
 
This philosophy, for me, means to fully observe life and the world through literature, arts, and dance to explore peace, love, happiness, and pleasure. And finally, to explore oneself to better understand how "I" fit in with others, and the world as a whole.

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Love has no end

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"You have a letter from home," My friend  handed over a damped letter and left to take a hot bath.  I opened the letter. It was from my parents. They love me as the moonlight night. It is raining outside and a slow breeze is entering the windows.
 
 I opened the letter and read, " We can give you love by heart with the help of which we can survive.

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In Memory of My Older Friend from Middle Township

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Published in http://www.capemaycountyherald.com/
One of my friends, Rita (name changed) from Middle Township had a degree in music and dance. She died recently at her home. Rita was old and sick. She tried to make her life known. She told me that she would love to go out for lunch or dinner and to travel the world, especially Italy. She told me that she would sing songs, have a boyfriend, date. She would like to visit her old school in Pennsylvania. Her death was sad, especially for me. I felt particularly heartbroken. I cried when she died. I remember when I first started coming to see her, I was serious at her childish ways. She was undoubtedly an expert in making jokes and enjoyed talking.

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Women Trafficking: Story of My Friend

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Trafficking: Story of My Friend
 
Published in Cape May County Herald.: My friend, who used to work in a brothel, told me her story: “This large city of brothels is terrifying to look at, with its tall buildings. It felt as if everyone who lived inside was satisfied as they quenched their hunger. I don't like even to remember.

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Pain, Struggle, And Woman

Pain, Struggle, And Woman  

When my friend Binita left her parents' home. It's not an ordinary event that she was coming back to her home after five years, but yet she hasn't felt any pride in her return home, she had no pleasant feeling at all.

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