Monday, December 01, 2008

"We need to band together as a unit every day, especially to conquer the strength of the AIDS virus."

Red Ribbon is the symbol of solidarity of people living with HIV/AIDS.

Let’s pledge HIV/AIDS we will stop and keep our promise intact.
There are so many kids who have been infected through their birth and we should help those kids to come up in life. Our support and love will help them stand together in our society.

“Love is a promise; love is a souvenir, once given never forgotten, never let it disappear.” ~ John Lennon
My book ‘Khawabon Ki Zameen’ (Land Of Dreams) is behind this cause and I feel proud for those of my friends who have helped me in helping these kids.

‘Thank You’ is short but only those HIV/AIDS suffering kids will understand what it means to them.

Let’s unite and eradicate this from our society

“So powerful is the light of unity that it can illuminate the whole earth.” ~ Baha’u’llah


starry nights said...

These children do need our love and support and I hope Aids will finally be eradicated.Congrats on your book.what a worthy cause.

Sandra said...

Great post! Congratulations on your book. :)

Keshi said...

Just like Aids, I hope Terrorism will also be eradicated from this world some day.


Tarun Goel said...

Nice post, my friend used to work in DSACS(Delhi State Aids Control Society) hence I know the pain and agony the HIV+ people go through.
Nice effort.

Jeevan said...

Yes, we must unite to strength those affected by HIV/AIDS and spread awareness to stop its development into human lives. We can read and try to understand, but there survive is nothing whatever we do.

Suresh Kumar said...

Congrats on your book.
I didn't had that much knowledge of AIDS except for the basics. Till two days back I didn't knew the difference between HIV and AIDS. Nor even what do they mean by Windows period etc. A program from my friend on this subject threw some light.

rachana said...

Nice gesture from you Dawn!..

there is some thing waiting to be analysed and commented by you on my blog .:)

krystyna said...

Congratulations on your book!
I hope some day your book will be in English too.
I am with you!

Have a bless time!

Anamika:The Sugarcrafter said...

Dear dawn
i share your concern...i know it..we see here everyday and i know the emotions attached...sad, isnt it !

Dawn....सेहर said...

starry nights : Thank you so much dear! I appreciate your thoughts

Sandra: Thank you so much dear

Keshi : I hope dear we had a remedy for that…and that would be a dream come true for me when terrorism will be history!
Thanks and hope you are doing fine though I understand this attack has created havoc
in our minds..but I pray for peace and good health for you and all.
Hugz and cheers

Tarun Goel : WOW! Good to hear that, I appreciate your volunteer work towards this dear! Thanks for letting me know here I might reach you for suggestions
When needed.

Jeevan : True! Awareness and love can only bring justice and end to this.
Thanks dear

Suresh Kumar : Yes, I have seen someone dying with this that too at the time
When the person got out of all the bad things and was leading a good life…! One never
Know when life judges you…and whom all!!!
Thanks and Cheers dear!

rachana : Thanks dear, and yes I have commented too ;) on your blog!
Cheers dear

krystyna : Thanks dear and yes, am thinking on those grounds to translate at the
Same time I working on my other book –short stories… so let’s see how it comes out!
Thanks for the support as that’s very important :) and God bless you my dear

Anamika: The Sugarcrafter : Yes dear…it is sad and yet things happen due to lack of awareness and hatred from others…! Together we can make things work…!
Thanks and Cheers

Art said...

Amen! I hope it will happen!

Keshi said...

yes...this one made me really VERY SAD and I was unable to write too. But now Im bak :) HUGS!


Dawn....सेहर said...

Art: Thanks a lot dear that gives lot of boost to me :)

Keshi: Thanks dear and I hope you will be back soon with all your experiences in your posts :)
hugz dear

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