Monthly Archives: February 2005

Archived Issue 4

ZZ’s Corner

It has been a while that “we are the world” was sung by children from around the world, it has been ringing in my ears and caused a lump in my throat. Plights of thousands of children orphaned and displaced because of the natural force of an earthquake in Bam last year, the recent earthquake and Tsunami, and on going wars in the continent of Asia, ravaging AIDS and on-going conflicts and wars in the African continent are major reasons for this melancholy. Reports from responsible journalists, human rights and non-for-profit service provider agencies give us a scan view of the enormity of pain and suffering of these children. In the face of the pain and suffering of all these children my contributions individually, or as an active member in coordination with some international agencies is minute. Continue reading