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Anonymous37

"It needed both rain and sun rays."
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Anonymous31

"Yet, we have left something behind. It is as simple as that. Socially, we have missed the necessary steps. We need better communication. More understanding before starting not to appreciate each other and ourselves; See your friends through hardships"
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Anonymous38

"They are both mother and father."
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Anonymous25 (part 2 / 3)

"Today, looking at all of this death surging upon my land scares me. It reminds me of when we did not have anything, where there was just madness. Sadness. Hopelessness in the eyes of My people."
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Anonymous39

"So long that my children have grown old now, and all the good I have been lecturing to them about our world being so good has faded away."
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Anonymous29

“Today’s day some time ago was the day I realized I was not enough on my own."
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Anonymous43

“It was like when I would run I would feel like I was high.
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Anonymous40

“We got lucky.”
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Anonymous30

"Today, when I sit down and see the dark around me, I can hear his heart beating. I can perceive his glance going across the ocean to find better sleep. Every time the wind touches my skin, it heals my soul. He heals my soul"
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Anonymous34

"There are days when she becomes like a tornado. She spins around the house like a top and runs away from our cat. Those are the days I feel the happiest as well. It can’t be just a coincidence"
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Anonymous33

" It was when I least expected it that life got complicated; that mother got sick. She spent weeks at the hospital. She never made it. I dropped out of school the same day she went to heaven"
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Anonymous27

"The work was simple, but it impacted those who thought they did not have any hope left. The work mattered. We mattered”
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Anonymous42

"It was supposed to be just an ordinary day. Going on the road with my cousin to meet those strange people at those strange places. When I woke up that day, he was not where I thought he was supposed to be."
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Anonymous36

"All my memories of him are in this book. Reading it would slowly bring those memories to an end, page after page."
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Anonymous35

"And If it takes me twenty minutes to get to Kenyatta, that day it took me two hours. I got lost. She would not care. She was not worried. I thought of what made her so comfortable everywhere we went"
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Anonymous28

"The relationship with my daughter I have lost is an open scar that hardly will heal. It has hurt me. Very much."
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Anonymous32

"Mr. P., I used to call him. His name did not matter to me. I cared that he cared. He cared for my mum. He brought her to live a new happier life. He helped her forget the past - all the difficulties. He got my mum time"
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Anonymous41

“I can’t wait to see the day I will be old enough to remember these days as the best days of my life. Because I know they are. I just can’t see them this way now.”
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Anonymous26

"About twenty liters of water is the cost we carry every day. The price that builds our lives."
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Anonymous25 (part 3 / 3)

"Climate and the health of this domain are critical to the survival of our world, consequently of ourselves. Thinking globally, we need to respect the surroundings and improve them. We need to find fulfillment in those actions."
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Anonymous2

"Today, I feel weaker than yesterday. I probably have a fever. I do not think I will be able to go back to work soon. I may be told I have malaria. We all know what it does to the body of the people living in this area."
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Anonymous6

"Today, I am wearing an orange t-shirt. I wouldn't say I like this t-shirt. I have never told anyone the one that is my favorite. I never told anyone of the day I even received it. It was my first football t-shirt ever gifted to me. I like it so much. I try to hide it. I have to, or everyone here would try to take it away from me."
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Anonymous10

"Today, it is different. I lit the fire outside the house with some old wood and dried grass I picked up today from my neighbor's backyard. I prepared Ugali. Mum prepared the meat cooked upon this fire. And while my Dad lays on the couch, I smile."
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Anonymous22

"I have never really understood why some people cannot just listen."
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David

"Today, I smile. I smile because I know most people from this area and I are doing a great job. We have been working so hard. It has been many years now, and we can finally see the results. We have been restoring Ondiri to its original shape and function."
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Anonymous20

"Today, I see this place more as the reason I survived the hardest times. It helped me. It prevented me from dying inside."
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Anonymous19

"Why? Why isn’t it equally shared the opportunity for us to obtain a better life? Environmentally limited, we are prevented from being healthy. From aiming high for the sky."
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Anonymous5

"Today, I wonder if there will ever be a place anywhere on earth capable of turning who I am into a stronger man. I wonder if there could be one that would fit me, so my family could be finally proud of me one day. If there ever were, I would go there. No doubt. "
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Anonymous17

"One day, I came home. I saw my mum on the ground. She was immobile. I felt like I could not move."
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Anonymous12

"To protect tainted water from stream water going into our mouths, I often hear there are no simple, inexpensive, natural solutions available, just complex, expensive artificial countermeasures. As for my pants, I have to detract people from misinterpreting this phenomenon."
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