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Suzan Shedid Ahmed El Sayed commented on Suzan Shedid Ahmed El Sayed's blog post The power of Youth (aka Dreamers)
"Hi Georges Guillaume,   I apologise but I didn't quite get what you're trying to say. :)"
Jun 24, 2013
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The power of Youth (aka Dreamers)

Some people die at the age of 25 but are buried at the age of 75. This is what violence, (whatever form it may be) does to budding builders of a society, the youth. It kills their passion and that’s when the fire in an individual is extinguished. Yet, there is always hope.Throughout the years, adults/elites/people in power/employees/parents/teachers have always questioned the power of the youth and their impact on progress and change. Youth is usually considered as a transition phase from…See More
Jun 23, 2013

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Cogito Ergo Sum - Rene Descartes

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The power of Youth (aka Dreamers)

Posted on June 23, 2013 at 3:30am 3 Comments

Some people die at the age of 25 but are buried at the age of 75. This is what violence, (whatever form it may be) does to budding builders of a society, the youth. It kills their passion and that’s when the fire in an individual is extinguished. Yet, there is always hope.

Throughout the years, adults/elites/people in power/employees/parents/teachers have always questioned the power of the youth and their impact on progress and change. Youth is usually considered as a transition phase…

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