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Equality and Diversity

June 15th, 2011

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Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

Equality and Diversity

June 15th, 2011

sense_of_duty

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Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

Life is about knowing the reason why you live on this earth. My parents are infected with this disease called AIDS. Sometimes it is difficult to accept such a challenging situation but the truth is, it is possible to accept it. People living with AIDS need people who love them, who also sympathise with them. They also need to live in a clean environment. They should eat good food always. I am telling you this from experience. What I do to my parents is that I give them enough love and opportunities to tell me stories they feel like sharing. Yes, sometimes you feel angry and harsh on them but that is not good. They demand a lot of things. For example, my father used to drink a lot of beer so sometimes he asks for a bottle of boiled coca-cola. I do not understand him. But all in all I love my parents. I still regard them as special people. Love and care is all they need. I believe in an AIDS-free generation, but it has to begin with me.
– Gilbert, age 11, Zimbabwe

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