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on May 17, 2017
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Posted by Kiran Singh Sirah
on May 17, 2017
Kiran Singh Sirah
“What is one mans junk is another mans riches”.
Win the hearts and minds through imagination of a child and the adults will be taught by the child’s experiences
Thanks for the work you do in promoting dialogue and good faith interaction around the world. Sharing cultural common ties and ideas can bring the general population to a point of recognition that we have a lot more in common than we do in terms of real differences.The phrase the local news paper used for years was “What the people don’t know Will hurt them” and it is a power that exceeds the power of war when it is vested in the minds of the common man. We can change the world one story at a time. It was a night well spent (7 Oct 2016) and brought new understanding of my own life experiences. A “hats off” to all the sponsors and staff that made it a thrilling experience. The live streaming and ability to view again allowed me to share in the moment again with family that could not attend. Outstanding feature and sponsorship.
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