Thursday, September 21, 2006

Friends

My friends are sorted by country.

Angola
Name: Francisco Pacavira Bernardo
Age: 25
Profession: Student of Journalism and Publishing
Blog: Angola Minha Terra
Luanda, Angola


Name: Patricio M.
Age: 31
Profession: Industrial Engineer
Blog: Pmarin
Buenos Aires, Argentina



Name: Adam
Age: 29
Profession: Public Servant
Blog: Adros47's Online Headspace
Sydney, Australia


Name: Ferdous Mahmud Shaon
Age: 24
Profession: Student of Computer Science
Blog: Shaons´s Weblog
Dhaka, Bangladesh


Name: Luciano
Age: 30
Profession: IT System Administrator
Blog: Corner of Lonely Thoughts
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Name: Keith Smith (aka DIALLO Adama)
Age: 46
Profession: Church worker
Blog:
Under the Acacias
Gorom-Gorom, Burkina Faso


Name: Diego Jock
Age: 25
Profession: Photographer, Student of Advertising
Blog:
Casa do galo
São Paulo, Brazil

Name: Delian Mitucov
Age: 16
Profession: Student of IT Technologies
Blog:
Del´s
Sofia, Bulgaria



Name: Desiree Shaw
Age: 42
Profession: Registered Nurse
Blog:
Talk with Desiree
Red Deer, Canada


Name: Juan Carlos Uribe
Age: 19
Profession: Student
Blog:
186+
Bogotá, Colombia

Name: KubanR
Age: 21
Profession: Student
Blog: Cuba, una ventana al mundo
Ciudad de la Habana, Cuba


Name: Michael Carøe Andersen
Age: 27
Profession: Interaction Design
Blog: Blogging Gelle
Copenhagen, Denmark


Name: Dalia Rashdan
Age: 29
Profession: Dentist
Blog:
d´s space
Cairo, Egypt


Name:
Clare Grant
Age: 29
Profession: Website editor
Blog:
Three Beautiful Things
Tunbridge Wells, England


Name: Sampsa Kiianmaa
Age: 28
Profession: Forester
Blog:
Sampsa Daily
Helsinki, Finland


Name: Jan Schuster
Age: 26
Profession: Graduated in Political Science and German language and literature
Blog:
Schon Leben
Darmstadt, Germany

Name: Kitty
Age: 34
Profession: Nurse Aid
Blog:
gudnyk.blogspot.com and bloggingreykjavik.net
Reykjavik, Iceland



Name: DN
Age: 27
Profession: Research and Analysis
Blog: Deepsea Musings
New Delhi/Rajasthan, India



Name: Kayanon
Age: 22
Profession: Serching
Blog: Discover Japan
Akita, Japan



Name: Munak
Age: 26
Profession: Project Manager/System Analyst
Blog: Munaks
Mombasa, Kenya


Name: Tomas Karkalas
Age: 51
Profession: what I am doing at the moment.
Blog: Captain's bridge
Klaipeda, Lithuania



Name
: Ngai U
Age: 35
Profession:
Blog: Dysfunctional HeadCaptain's bridge
Macau, Macau


Name: Irene L.
Age: 24
Profession: Web developer
Blog: Sweet Surrender
Kuching, Malaysia



Name: Edmeé J. García
Age: 22
Profession: Alternative Medicine Therapist, Artist and Music Student
Blog: Super E!
Mexico City, Mexico


Name: Janine
Age: 37
Profession: Business Expert, but very soon a Teacher
Blog: Angelic Ramblings
Wellington, New Zealand



Name: Queen Ebong
Age: 19
Profession: Student
Blog: Diary Of A Determined Teenager
Abuja, Nigéria



Name: Tonje Brustuen
Age: 29
Profession: Psychology student, columnist and youth worker
Blog: Fissioned
Oslo, Norway


Name: Shelley Jo Saracin (Shing)
Age: 25
Profession: Staff Writer and Copyeditor
Blog: Letters to Kara
Makati City, Philippines


Name: Ashar Edith
Age: 34
Profession: Teacher
Blog: Ashar Edith
Isabela, Puerto Rico


Name: Morag Wylie
Age: 44
Blog: Mo's Milestones
Falkirk, Scotland


Name: Gena
Age: 19
Profession: Student
Blog: Gena
Singapore, Singapore


Name: Lina Johansson
Age: 23
Profession: Student
Blog: Mitt liv som student

Växjö, Sweden


Name: Cole
Age: 35
Profession: SAHM, nursing student
Blog: blahblahblah
Maryland , United States


Name
: Johan Marchan Aguirre
Age: 31
Profession: Web designer and programmer
Blog: A view from the outside
Barquisimeto, Venezuela

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3 Comments:

Blogger Tomas said...

The title "Death Penalty" sounds awful, however these words didnt fear in concrete situation because they depict the search for the justice. That inspire the wish to join you, and I am glad to share my thoughts too.
Spiritual brotherhood of humanity, worldwide wave of gratitude … We see the universal values. They are wonderful, and the vision of the globalization looks indeed grand. Lots of good thoughts on that theme overfill the newspapers, yet we embrace just the headaches in reality. What’s wrong? Why did we receive the opposites of our hearty expectations? Why did we face just the bloody confrontations?

I hear about wonderful projects on, so to say, the rehabilitation of our earth and hearty rejoice at all endeavors to share the light, but TV reports about the criminals, and I face even more fearful social apathy. What’s the most awful is that I am not even surprised a bit at that obvious contradiction.

Love can’t be produced by any social laws. It is entirely the personal feature that is high above all human directives. I can talk nice about the Peace but it would be just the talks and consequently would not cost a penny. However, everything would look otherwise in case I will help, for example, old lady to cross the heavy street or offer my seat in a buss to one who stands beside.
Good dreams are not enough to dry the eyes of our sick today. It needs not the compassionate viewers but the concrete actions, our personal choices to be the palms of the light. There are lots who are sick and desperately need the medicine. However, the best cure is not the comprehensive diagnosis but our – MINE – wholehearted welcome. Not the objective review of our blogs, but the warm comment, the tangible “be well, my dear friend”

9:29 AM  
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9:00 AM  
Anonymous Michael Scott said...

I voted for the Tomas "
Love can’t be produced by any social laws. It is entirely the personal feature that is high above all human directives. I can talk nice about the Peace but it would be just the talks and consequently would not cost a penny. However, everything would look otherwise in case I will help, for example, old lady to cross the heavy street or offer my seat in a buss to one who stands beside."

8:05 AM  

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