Monthly Archives: January 2014

A piece of my day

Addis Ababa, 1998. He looked much older than his 57 years.  It was easy to note how emaciated he had become.  He was pale. His breathing was shallow. His belly was distended. His legs were thin, barely any muscle on … Continue reading

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The Role of Egypt in Early Civilization

BY Ruth Kebede, BSc History opens the window in to the past which enables us to examine key events that defined and shaped the present and even perhaps the future such as the medieval monolithic rock-hewn churches in Lalibela, the … Continue reading

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The Small Changes That Can Change You

By Dr. Bikat Sahle As we excitedly and boldly dive into 2014, most of us are filled with new inspiration, high hope, and energy to make the year our best yet in every aspect of our lives. We want to … Continue reading

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