Monthly Archives: August 2010

Krystal’s Story: Redefining Oneself In The Battlefield

IRAQ/ KUWAIT – Enjoying a hearty meal on the dinner table, sleeping on a comfortable large-sized mattress, bathing in clean and warm water – these are simple pleasures usually taken for granted in the modern day world. But what is … Continue reading

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Nidhi’s Story: A Child’s Breath Of Life

NEW DELHI, India – The birth of a child is a family’s greatest joy – usually perceived as the gift that keeps on giving. Even before he is born, a parent daydreams about the person their child will become, the … Continue reading

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Sergio’s Story: Just The Two Of Us

MIAMI, FLORIDA – In life, we usually expect things to take on a certain path, giving us the confidence we need that everything will follow a devised chronological order. As teenagers, we imagine the “normal” process to consist of high … Continue reading

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Catherine’s Story: A Mother’s Everlasting Embrace

FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA – A mother-daughter bond is a connection every girl hopes for. It’s unlike any closeness or relationship you can experience with another human being. Not always, though, do you have that picture perfect relationship, and you fight … Continue reading

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Alicia’s Story: In The Name Of Love

GUADALAJARA, Mexico – What would you do in the name of love? Some people say they’d go to the end of the world, cross mountains, live in a foreign land and sacrifice everything they have – all for the one … Continue reading

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