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John Paul Mukwananzi
Works at Gambling & Entertainment Complex
Attended Binghamton University
Lives in Ongwediva, Namibia
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Il est temps de braver contre la peur!
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20 ans depuis  l’impérissable  discours de Ndadaye, où en sommes-nous ? 2o ans  depuis le  premier serment d’un président Hutu, la situation nous laisse convaincre que ce sont les visages qui ont changé, mais loin de là, le...
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Your future depends on your dreams. Don't waste your time, go to sleep!
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so, we have snow! I'm ok! and you?
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Greetings to everyone.
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XD lol
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we're born into this world with a label slapped upon us.
we're wrapped in a blanket and given to our mother or whoever else is taking care of us. we're sent home with a birth certificate.
we have a name. a weight. a length. we are a girl. a boy. christian. jewish. muslim. atheist. red haired. brown haired. blonde haired. blue eyes. numbers. letters. numbers. letters. we cry and hold on to the one who holds us.

as we get older we start to question everything around us.
we're constantly being fed different ways to be - ways to live - how to feel. what to believe. how to behave.

most of these ideas conflict.

we grow up. we go to school. we get more certificates. awards. diplomas. traffic citations. marriage licenses. online statuses. phone numbers. and eventually a death certificate.

we accumulate all of these pieces of paper that really have nothing to do with who we are.

in this world that is constantly trying to tell us who we are, it's no wonder so many people lose sight of the knowledge that they are innately unique. that there isn't a right or a wrong answer. that it's okay to be different.
no one is ever one thing or the other. you can be many things all at the same time.

a label is just a man made form of communication to understand a behaviour. human beings are full of contradictions. to be yourself and accept who you are no matter what They try to tell you probably the most liberating thing you can ever do.

you don't need a certificate for that -- you just know.
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Who does not believe in miracles?
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I believe you are a miracle my brother, we are all miracles by God
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The more adept we become at cultivating an altruistic attitude, the happier we will feel and the more comfortable will be the atmosphere around us. But if our emotions fluctuate wildly and we easily give in to hatred and jealousy, even our friends will avoid us. So even for people with no spiritual beliefs, it is important to have a peaceful mind.
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That's all right.
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Look around you, it doesn't take much to put a smile on someone's face. And if you can, put a make-up on his life too!
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Gay marriage and abortion have one thing in common: They don't produce children!
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+John Paul Mukwananzi , I love this post and I'll share the h ell out of it. Its an inspired new way of thinking that should be embraced esp. by the younger generation. In Kenya, it saddens me to see how homosexuality is viewed and disturbingly the more hateful views are held by the youth-whom are always looked to when it comes to shifting from the outdated modus operandi.

I have a beautiful wife whose love I feel blessed and privileged to experience, and I'm sorry I just can't begin to deny anyone the right to feel what I luckily found based on the sex of their chosen partner.

I don't mean to go on forever but, I am a firm believer in human rights ('humans' as in the whole species') this selective application is a slippery descent into all sorts of discrimination and btw who gets to decide which rights to apply and when.

+omar samba I respect your views, and in following Christ's tenets I believe He preached acceptance and unconditional love to all. As you are free to hold on to your views/faith/belief, please share the same courtesy to those who chose differently from you. This doesn't mean you have to support or agree with homosexuality.
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Who is Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani? He is an Iranian Christian Pastor who has been languishing in jail for the last two years because of his religious beliefs. He has now been slammed with a death sentence because he has refused to renounce his Christian faith. Egyptian Coptic Christians are also being beaten up, killed, crushed with personnel carriers, their churches burned down because of intolerance on the part of their Islamic brothers, fellow countrymen. Let us give some moral support to those who are being persecuted, killed, because of religious intolerance regardless of what faith they come from!
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Allahu Akbar! God is Great! Translated literally, It actually means God is Greatest. The death of Gaddafi has laid bare the meaningless of what we all cherish at all cost, Life! We are all busy building Towers of Babels, accumulating millions, billions worth of property at the expense of everybody else. Compared to many of our leaders, we ordinary folks are nothing but "Rats". Why are human beings fail to grasp what God is trying to communicate to us when a "Super Human" like Kaddafi finds his end in sewer pipe! That is God's way of letting us know that "Life" is nothing but "Thin Air". Why don't we treat each other like "Brothers" and "Sisters". Is that not the way God intended life to be?
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The next Nobel Peace Prize should be awarded to the one who campaigns successfully to the free movement of people. Just imagine an Earth without borders where people circulate freely and where the only impediment would be size of your wallet. How do you expect a peaceful world if fellow human beings are forced to remain within unpractical borders like Gazza, drought stricken countries like Somalia, sinking tiny islands like Tuvalu and Kiribati? How can we have a peaceful world if unreconcilable tribes like Tutsis and Hutus, Jews and Palestinians are forced to be locked up within the same borders? A world with open borders would not worry about refugees. A world without borders would be a world where the resources, human and material, would be distributed in a very economical way. There would not be a room for economic crises as resources would be equally distributed across the planet. After all, is that not how God intended our Earth to be?
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The other day I was saying that Capitalism as it is today is unsustainable. Unsustainable because 10% of the population of any country control 90% of the wealth of the country. First it was the Arab Spring, then it was the London Riots, It is now the Occupy Wall Street movement. Pretty soon, our governments will not be able to contain the Anger of the masses. The late Bob Marley had a song which use to had a verse that says that "a hungry man is an angry man". The current economic crises that is plaguing the world economies are giving us food for thought as to the viability of the drive for profit economic system.
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I have an ambitious project of building a new guest house. It will cost me approximately N$400,000 to build. That is about US$50,000. I am planning to build it as of this November till next November using my own funds. It will take me another year to equip it again using my own funds. I could take a bank loan and execute the same project within 4 months. But I dread that thought of a bank loan hanging on my head. All ideas and suggestions are more than welcome!
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I hope it is not a joke!
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Education
  • Binghamton University
    Msc Accounting, 1991 - 1993
  • Binghamton University
    MBA, 1991 - 1993
  • Addis Ababa University
    Bsc Accounting, 1985 - 1989
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Gender
Male
Birthday
February 17
Work
Employment
  • Gambling & Entertainment Complex
    Manager / Owner, 1998 - present
  • Save the Children Angola
    Chief Financial Officer, 1994 - 1997
  • WFP Angola
    Logistics Officer, 1994 - 1994
  • Salvation Army Bronx NY
    Store Manager, 1993 - 1994
  • SOCABU
    Head of Department - Accounting, 1990 - 1991
  • AD Experts Comptable
    External Auditor, 1989 - 1990
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Ongwediva, Namibia