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A Day on The Bike – an Analogy for Promoting the Global Goals

The 102km journey I took today on a cycling trip to activate South Australia with the Global Goals today I think is a great analogy and comparison to working towards the success of the Global Goals for Sustainable Development… Like … Continue reading

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Look up into the Night Sky and Think about Humanity

As I look up at the night sky from my compound and watch the same stars as 11 million other people within the same boundary I’m in called South Sudan, I can only think how foreign my life is to … Continue reading

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Radio Interview in Aotearoa New Zealand

I thought I would share this radio interview I did this morning in Wellington, Aotearoa New Zealand. It is basically similar to the 100’s of conversations I am lucky to have with lots of new people in new places. Our … Continue reading

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2014 New Year’s Resolutions and Message

Hiya Super Wonderful Beautiful Folks who I am fortunate to know or have met at least once!!! Why? Why do I get to live such a privileged life…? I don’t know but I do know it was my 14th year … Continue reading

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What was I thinking in Aotearoa New Zealand 2009…?

I had a wonderful read of my blog from a 3000km bicycle trip I did in Aotearoa New Zealand in 2009. The excerpt that really got me from all of it was 10 pictures defining my life for an article I was interviewed … Continue reading

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A knock on the door

On one Saturday afternoon 17th November 2012, lying on the sofa in my parents apartment in Karachi, I heard a knock on the door, the knock intensity and pattern didn’t match any regular visitors, so I was sure that it … Continue reading

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