Friday, December 3, 2010
You are Welcome
As we say in Nigeria, “You are welcome” to all my readers:longtime faithful, occasional, or first-timers. I’m expecting some curious newbies who read my World AIDS Day editorial in tomorrow’s local newspaper. Thanks for showing an interest in the beautiful men, women, and children both locally and globally who live positively with HIV/AIDS. Feel free to browse around the blog, watch a few of the videos to the right, and meet some of the staff and patients at the amazing holistic Faith Alive Hospital in Jos, Nigeria.
As I say in my editorial, “There’s a lot that we can do to help. First, love and accept people with HIV/AIDS regardless of how they contracted it. Second, volunteer at an AIDS clinic. Third, consider donating for one or more Nigerian’s lifesaving medications. It’s only 50 cents a day, $183 a year. Click here to get to the Faith Alive Hospital website, and then click on "Save-A-Life." And last but not least, don’t forget that this immune-robbing enemy still lurks among us. Be tested, be knowledgeable, and be an agent of positive change.”
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