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  1. maesse grace eswil

    i love my hometown “bontoc mountain province”

  2. maesse grace eswil

    i love ny hometown “bontoc mountain province”
    …i miss it …
    -TAGA ILI-


  3. Ahmed

    Starvation, extreme porvety, war and displacement drove Thousands of working class and peasant parents and single mothers to abandon their children. it is a faulty system from around the world to cause such a disaster,Children unable to defend for themselves and a society trying to survive,who should we blame/Blame noone, for it is all of our responsibilitirs to make the change and to care about another man’s child, educate them, feed them and love them,As, you Kacem have done. We need more like you.

  4. Lin

    I couldn’t agree more about geitrraics. I miss sitting with some of the elderly individuals I used to help and they would tell me stories for hours about the things that they witness when they were younger, and the lives that they lived up to the point that they needed care. I have always felt that the elderly know how to live their lives better than anyone, and they for sure never take it for granted! Sometimes the people taking care of them are not good people though, and it always breaks my heart to see someone talking badly to an elderly man or woman.I like how you made a switch from little tiny babies that have no real experience with life, to elderly men and women who have lived life to its fullest and still have more life to share with others. Such opposites!

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