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SNEAKER DRIVE

Kuki Ndiho partners with community organizations, schools of all levels, religious and cultural institutions to gather, collect and ship much-needed clothing items to its orphans in Rwanda. Please write us if interested in learning more at info@kukindiho.org Please include photos of yourself or your family to include with the individual clothing items so that we can thank you on our web site and so those to who receive the items will also know. snd

Annual Sneaker Drive

Seventh and eighth grader at the Christian Formation Student at St. Vincent Martyr Catholic Church in MADISON, NEW JERSEY are holding a sneaker drive for Rwandan Orphans through the holiday season. They will be collecting new or gently used sneakers in all sizes now. Please contact teacher Henry Page at EMAIL HERE

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FORGIVENESS & DANCE

JOY & PROSPERITY , PEACE OF MIND and SUCCESS HAPPINESS ARE THE FRUITS of THE POWER OF FORGIVENESS

Today I have to say that , I  managed to achieve the high level of Excellent because of  my ability to Forgive quickly and moving forward fast.  KUKO ABANZI TURWANA NABO SI ABANTU BAGIZWE N’INYAMA N’AMARASO AHUBWO  IBIKOMANGOMA BY’IMYUKA MIBI  YO MU KIRERE . Irijambo ry’Imana rivuga ukuri gusa gusa kandi ibyo rivuga bibaho. Iyo umuntu atarasobanukirwa neza imbaraga ziri mugutanga imbabazi, kwaka imbabazi cyangwase kubabarira ndetse no kubabarirwa , usanga akenshi atinzwa munzira n’imitego itandukanye ahuramo mubuzimana yaba itewe na Sekibi cyangwase yaba ITEWE N’UWITEKA NYIRINGABO ubwe.

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Abantu duhura nabo mubuzima ntituba tuzineza ikibazanye.. niyo mpamvu aribyiza guhora dusenga tukabaza Imana kudusobanurira neza biba birikuba kugirango hato tutifungira imiryango yarizanye imigisha kandi tukabikora vuba vuba cyane hato umwanzi atabon a urwaho rwo kunyuramo atwiba ibyacu.

Dr.  Marie Claudine MUKAMABANO

FORGIVENESS JOYFUL FRUITS Educator

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BENEFITS OF FORGIVENESS

Forgiveness can lead to:
  • Healthier relationships.
  • Improved mental health.
  • Less anxietystress and hostility.
  • Lower blood pressure.
  • Fewer symptoms of depression.
  • A stronger immune system.
  • Improved heart health.
  • Improved self-esteem.

Forgiveness: Letting go of grudges and bitterness

https://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/adult-health/in-depth/forgiveness/art-20047692

When someone you care about hurts you, you can hold on to anger, resentment and thoughts of revenge — or embrace forgiveness and move forward.

Who hasn’t been hurt by the actions or words of another? Perhaps a parent constantly criticized you growing up, a colleague sabotaged a project or your partner had an affair. Or maybe you’ve had a traumatic experience, such as being physically or emotionally abused by someone close to you.

These wounds can leave you with lasting feelings of anger and bitterness — even vengeance.

But if you don’t practice forgiveness, you might be the one who pays most dearly. By embracing forgiveness, you can also embrace peace, hope, gratitude and joy. Consider how forgiveness can lead you down the path of physical, emotional and spiritual well-being.

What is forgiveness?

Forgiveness means different things to different people. Generally, however, it involves a decision to let go of resentment and thoughts of revenge.

The act that hurt or offended you might always be with you, but forgiveness can lessen its grip on you and help free you from the control of the person who harmed you. Forgiveness can even lead to feelings of understanding, empathy and compassion for the one who hurt you.

Forgiveness doesn’t mean forgetting or excusing the harm done to you or making up with the person who caused the harm. Forgiveness brings a kind of peace that helps you go on with life.

What are the benefits of forgiving someone?

Letting go of grudges and bitterness can make way for improved health and peace of mind. Forgiveness can lead to:

  • Healthier relationships
  • Improved mental health
  • Less anxiety, stress and hostility
  • Lower blood pressure
  • Fewer symptoms of depression
  • A stronger immune system
  • Improved heart health
  • Improved self-esteem

Why is it so easy to hold a grudge?

Being hurt by someone, particularly someone you love and trust, can cause anger, sadness and confusion. If you dwell on hurtful events or situations, grudges filled with resentment, vengeance and hostility can take root. If you allow negative feelings to crowd out positive feelings, you might find yourself swallowed up by your own bitterness or sense of injustice.

Some people are naturally more forgiving than others. But even if you’re a grudge holder, almost anyone can learn to be more forgiving.

What are the effects of holding a grudge?

If you’re unforgiving, you might:

  • Bring anger and bitterness into every relationship and new experience
  • Become so wrapped up in the wrong that you can’t enjoy the present
  • Become depressed or anxious
  • Feel that your life lacks meaning or purpose, or that you’re at odds with your spiritual beliefs
  • Lose valuable and enriching connectedness with others

How do I reach a state of forgiveness?

Forgiveness is a commitment to a personalized process of change. To move from suffering to forgiveness, you might:

  • Recognize the value of forgiveness and how it can improve your life
  • Identify what needs healing and who needs to be forgiven and for what
  • Consider joining a support group or seeing a counselor
  • Acknowledge your emotions about the harm done to you and how they affect your behavior, and work to release them
  • Choose to forgive the person who’s offended you
  • Move away from your role as victim and release the control and power the offending person and situation have had in your life

As you let go of grudges, you’ll no longer define your life by how you’ve been hurt. You might even find compassion and understanding.

What happens if I can’t forgive someone?

Forgiveness can be challenging, especially if the person who’s hurt you doesn’t admit wrong. If you find yourself stuck:

  • Practice empathy. Try seeing the situation from the other person’s point of view.
  • Ask yourself why he or she would behave in such a way. Perhaps you would have reacted similarly if you faced the same situation.
  • Reflect on times you’ve hurt others and on those who’ve forgiven you.
  • Write in a journal, pray or use guided meditation — or talk with a person you’ve found to be wise and compassionate, such as a spiritual leader, a mental health provider, or an impartial loved one or friend.
  • Be aware that forgiveness is a process, and even small hurts may need to be revisited and forgiven over and over again.

Does forgiveness guarantee reconciliation?

If the hurtful event involved someone whose relationship you otherwise value, forgiveness can lead to reconciliation. This isn’t always the case, however.

Reconciliation might be impossible if the offender has died or is unwilling to communicate with you. In other cases, reconciliation might not be appropriate. Still, forgiveness is possible — even if reconciliation isn’t.

What if the person I’m forgiving doesn’t change?

Getting another person to change his or her actions, behavior or words isn’t the point of forgiveness. Think of forgiveness more about how it can change your life — by bringing you peace, happiness, and emotional and spiritual healing. Forgiveness can take away the power the other person continues to wield in your life.

What if I’m the one who needs forgiveness?

The first step is to honestly assess and acknowledge the wrongs you’ve done and how they have affected others. Avoid judging yourself too harshly.

If you’re truly sorry for something you’ve said or done, consider admitting it to those you’ve harmed. Speak of your sincere sorrow or regret, and ask for forgiveness — without making excuses.

Remember, however, you can’t force someone to forgive you. Others need to move to forgiveness in their own time. Whatever happens, commit to treating others with compassion, empathy and respect.

MORE BENEFITS ABOUT FORGIVENESS from Clinic  please go to   https://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/adult-health/in-depth/forgiveness/art-20047692

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DANCE  & MUSIC HELPED ME TO OVERCOME MY  OWN TRAUMA after Surviving genocide in Rwanda, until today, I use music to overcome stress and moving forward in my life and business

” Before I begin, I would like to thank Marie Claudine Mukamabano, for gracing us with such a moving song “ Said; UN Secretary – General Ban Ki- moon’s remarks at fifteenth commemoration of the 1994 genocide in Rwanda in New York, 7 April 2009

Marie Claudine MUKAMABANO, dancing with Shumbusho Jean Claude in IOWA & OHIO

VICTORY  DANCE : a Powerful Dance created , Directed and Performed  by a Female Rwandan Artist & Genocide Orphan Survivor Claudine MUKAMABANO to showcase the POWER OF AFRICAN WOMEN especially AFRICAN MOTHERS.

Is it Performance of MUSIC, =DANCE, ACTING AND SINGIN ON  STAGE.

On Stage we See, Claudine carrying a Baby in her back  as an African Mother who is taking care of her baby while she is also washing the clothes at the same time carrying the heavy suite case on her heard and  blooming  to clean the house, while also she is  nodding or creating  new  Rwandan Tradition BASKET “AGASEKE “the Peace Basket which  you can find  today at the MERCY’S STORE in New York City.

At the  Victory Dance, we saw Gender Equality where, Husband and Friends they came to help African Mother to take care of a Baby .After that we saw (Claudine)  an African Mother Dancing with Her Men Colleagues to celebrate Victory and Life in General. After That , we saw INTORE DANCE TO Showcase the POWERFUL  AFRICAN MEN who protect the family while Wife she is promoting PEACE.

On scenario, we also play Drummers, Inanga and others Introduction instruments.

VICTORY DANCE IS A PERFECT DANCE TO CELEBRATE HOW FAR AFRICAN WOMEN HAVE BEEN ACHIEVEDESPECIALLY IN RWANDA WHERE WE HAVE OVER 64% IN PARLIAMENT TODAY.


The Claudine’s  International Professional Rwandan Dancers, Awards Winners, who are very known Worldwide. Men who dance Typically Rwandan Style “INTORE “ as well s playing powerful Rwandan Drummers ,and Unique Rwandan Instruments called INANGA which is performed by Sophie , the ONLY Rwandan Female in Rwanda and the whole African to perform that  very OLD Rwanda Traditional instruments, which used to be played only by very OLD MEN.

Claudine with her   Rwandan Dancer Troupe, They sings  in 5 language (KINYARWANDA, Swahili, Lingala, French and English), and in styles ranging from soukous, rhumba, vodou and reggae, to traditional Rwandan 5/8, Afrobeat, pygmy, and gospel. She combines unique musical traditions from all regions of Rwanda, among them, Intwatwa, Umushayayo, Imparamba, and Ikinimba.


Her dance technique and style demonstrates why UNESCO officially declared Rwandan national dance one of the world’s Unique Cultural Heritages.

The  VICTORY DANCE HAS THE POWER TO CAPTIVATE captivates audiences of all ages

Claudine’s Rwandan Dance Folkloric & Theatre Company.


Her latest CD, UBUJIJI , IGNORANCE , showcases  Claudine’s Vision and Leadership  ability in creating opportunity of understanding the POWER OF FORGIVENESS and   Reconciliation .

www.whydoiexist.org Tel:  347 465 4045 Email: claudinepeace@gmail.com

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