Monday, December 1, 2008

Do You Know ?



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Today Is World AIDS Day (December 1) ! So it is my request to all of you to pray for those who have lost their battle with AIDS. And make a vow to do something to stop this disease.

13 comments:

Devika said...

Hi Deepak...

I just had a post on this one..earlier i used to contribute to an NGO...this time i totally forgot about it...

shame...what else!

but we could do it on other days of the year as well..

like they celebrate father's day and mother's day..as though one needs to be reminded of parent's only or specifically on that day :))

wishes,
devika

wishes,
devika

Gattina said...

So much money is spent to walk on the moon (for holidays) and there is not enough for Aids research. It's a shame !

Martin in Bulgaria said...

AIDS day eh! I won't have sex today as a mark of respect.

Silly Girl said...

i still dun know if AIDS is another mortal disease appeared to punish the human race, or a biological weapon used by demonic minds... just a thought.

Plamena Markova said...

I pray...

Strange world - full of wonderful and awful things. But AIDS just don't fit in this world. Silly Girl, "a biological weapon used by demonic minds" - think like you. Who knows...

www.GiveIndia.org said...

The HIV/AIDS crisis in India continues to shatter so many lives — young women widowed and deserted, thousands of children have been orphaned and entire families shunned because of the stigma of this deadly disease.

Luckily, there are NGOs that extend a hand of support to these people in their time of need by providing shelter, food and medical care. Many of these NGOs can be found on GiveIndia, an online donation portal that connects donors with causes they care about.

Visit our special AIDS Day page here

http://www.giveindia.org/t-world-aids-day.aspx

JM said...

I've just commented terrorism previous post and here is another plague of the times we are living... how did this one start and why?!?

lynn said...

Good post, Humanobserver.

magiceye said...

amen

Kadri said...

Most frustrating of all is that people that could benefit from being educated about the risks of HIV and AIDS don't get the education needed. It's fairly easy to avoid getting it in most cases still people fail to do so.

get zapped said...

This world epidemic must end. It's good awareness is happening, let it continue beyond the day dedicated to AIDS.

Peace.

Sara said...

Gosh, I didn't know that! I will partake in a belated pray!

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