félicitation pour cet exploit combien si riche, je vous encourages d'aller toujours de l'avant parceque apprendre c'est avoir aussi le temps d'écouter les autres et de s'inspirer de leurs expériences.
Dear Ryon, congratulations for this very rich list of tips. I would encourage you to always continue with progressing because learning is also about having the time to listen to others and get inspired by their experiences.
Hi Ryon, I am just reading on Ning the posting before you. It's from Burundi (in french language). The title is: It's not easy being gay. The person is openly saying he is gay and how difficult it is for him in his country. However, he shares about the strong community he is part of. He is anonymous in the blog and somebody else is posting it for him. If you have something to share on this, you can reply on his blog. They normally understand English in Burundi (they just don't write it). Just an idea to support him from Guyana.
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