28.3.11

"Give People of all Nations a Face"


This is a banner at the entrance of the Vienna International Center...the compound holding the offices of the International Atomic Energy Agency, the Preparatory Commission for the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty and a number of other United Nations Organization. The compound is also rightfully called UNO (United Nations Organization). 



We went to tour around for an hour and saw some of the most important features of the UNO. Hopefully I get to show them all soon. Meanwhile, some friends and I have weeks ago started a program to send boxes to Japan. These boxes contain relief goods and other necessities and are sent to Japan to help those who are affected by the tragedy. As my favorite quote goes:

“Remember there's no such thing as a small act of kindness. Every act creates a ripple with no logical end.” -we are doing our part. Kindly check the sidebar of this blog. Thank you.

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14 comments :

  1. Marvelous post and thank you for the efforts to aid people in Japan!! Have a beautiful week!

    Sylvia

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  2. Indeed there is no such a thing as a small act of kindness - each kindness is a big thing in itself.

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  3. How very interesting an entry.

    Please have a good Tuesday.


    daily athens

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  4. such a great effort to help people in Japan in this time of great trial.

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  5. Yess, hoping to see more.
    Great sights from Vienna.

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  6. hoping to see more of this complex.
    kudos to your commendable efforts to send relief boxes to Japan.

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  7. That's a very nice act mare. GOD bless!

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  8. OMG!!I'm happy to hear this,Mommy G!!Maraming matutulungan na biktima sa earthquake at tsunami sa mga relief goods na maipapadala nyo!I'm crying for joy!! May God bless you and your friends more!

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  9. "Remember there's no such thing as a small act of kindness. Every act creates a ripple with no logical end." <-- I love this quote.

    If I have some to spare, I try to help others too. I'd rather give out help than be in a position that needs help. Good thing that Japan have a great government that was able to take care of their citizens.

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  10. Kudos to your effort to help in your own little way. :)

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