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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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Very Proud to Collaborate with MISS CONGO BRAZZA VILLE to Economically Empower Young African Leaders in Diaspora ! God Bless & PEACE

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Love Above All by MISS GLOBAL PEACE & Dr.Marie Claudine MUKAMABANO, Genocide Survivor

Love Above All

When you love yourself, when you care, when you know who you are, that love helps you to accelerate your success. That deep love for yourself inspires you to love others. Love above all. When you love you and you love another human being you don’t harm another person because the love, the power of love will remind you that another human being is just like you. When you love deeply, you forgive quickly because you feel sympathy, you feel compassion you feel gentle generosity, mercy. You are kind to another human being. Love above all. Love guides you to help another human being. Love forces you to promote peace. Love above all. Because when you love deeply, you care. You care for yourself and then you care for your neighbor and then you care for your colleagues and then you care for everybody around you, because you have that love deep inside of you. Love above all. Love, unconditional love, that love, my Creator showed us when he created us. The typical good example we can show to try to understand the love of our God, even though it’s not really as powerful as the love that God has for us, what we can try to compare to that love is the love of a mother to her baby, her born child. Your mother will do everything. Your mom will go through the fire just to protect you as her child. The way our mom loves us, our mothers care, sacrifice their lives, sacrifice everything for us, for their babies, for their children.

So the love of our Creator is beyond the love of our mothers. So when you understand that, when you feel it, not only to understand it logically in your mind, when you feel it also in your heart, you feel it in your body, you allow that love to guide you. You allow that love to show you the way. Nothing will stop you; nothing will shake you because that love in you is burning to help you, to carry you through toward achieving your dreams, toward taking you to your next level, toward penetrating, going through having a lot of breakthroughs in your life, in your business. Because love is a powerful weapon you carry, you allow it to guide you, you can use to have many breakthroughs. Love is love. Love is a bright and powerful light to carry you, to open up many doors. Love above all.

When you are full of love, people may misunderstand you because they don’t have love, because they don’t understand love. It’s okay, you will forgive them and you will keep moving. When you are full of love, you love yourself. Whatever negativity people will throw in your way, they will never destroy you. They may try, but your love will conquer, will overpower, will overcome everything. Then we will celebrate you are a champion of love. Love above all. Love will inform you, will inspire you to give so you can be free, so you can be joyful in your heart. Love will clean out garbage inside of your heart, your mind. Love will take away that negative thought, that self doubt, that fear. Love will open up many doors for you to meet with people who have love, who are full of love like you. So they will help you to accelerate, to fulfill your life’s purpose. I love you. God bless you. Have a beautiful, fruitful, amazing, wonderful day. Love above all.

This is your sister in peace and prosperity, Dr. Marie Claudine Mukamabano, who is reminding you to love yourself, because we give what we have. If you can manage to love deeply yourself, you will be able to love your neighbor; you will be able to love everybody around you. Start by loving you, carrying care about you, enjoying you because we give what we have. In Peter, Peter reminds us to love one another deeply because when we love one another, we don’t envy each other; we celebrate each other, we appreciate each other, we collaborate, we support each other because we love one another. When you love somebody, you don’t envy that person. If you envy that person that means that the love is not true love. Because my Creator loves us, He never envies us. The way He created us is to fulfill His purpose which is our life mission on earth. Our Creator loves us beyond your imagination. Do you see what He said? The highest quality of humanity, Ashe. My teacher sister. Thank you, my sister. Thank you my dear sister, you said it right, exactly. Love! Love, love, love, love! When we love each other, when we first love ourselves, sometimes parents don’t give to their children the love because they think the fact that their parents, which are the grandparents of those kids, the grandpa, didn’t give them love and joy. Because of that they misbehave to their children. No, you are paying back, you are doing revenge. Forgive your parents and discover the love inside of you, because maybe your parents didn’t get the love that they deserved.

You are talking to me, Dr. Marie Claudine Mukamabano. I have a PhD. in humanities. I survived the genocide in Rwanda. My parents were killed, my grandpa, my uncle, my auntie, my older sister. They ripped their hearts and then they cut it out with machetes. I am speaking to you from the bottom of my heart, through my own experience. I am reminding you that you have the power inside of you. You, you if you can hear my voice, you have the power to create love, to rebuild, to rejuvenate, to create who you want to become. You can do it too if I managed to do it after surviving genocide as a teenager when I was broken. If my Creator helped me to go inside of me, to discover the powerful forces of love and to be able to transmit that love to many, many people around the world, starting with the orphans in Rwanda which was my mission and my purpose and the promise that I made to God during the genocide that if He would protect me and help me to survive that I would help orphans. If my Creator helped me to do this, of course, absolutely, no doubt, God, Your Creator will help you to do even more than what I have already done. Visit my website and inspire yourself: WhyDoIExist.org.

Love above all. I love you; love yourself too.

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Congratulations to Professor, Tijjani Muhammad Bande, newly elected president of the United Nations General Assembly.

Congratulations to Tijjani Muhammad Bande, newly elected president of the United Nations General Assembly.

Congratulations! Congratulations to His Excellency, the new President of the General Assembly, the United Nations General Assembly; Nigerian Brother Tiijani Muhammad Bande, the newly elected General Assembly President. Congratulations Brother.

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I remember last year when had a wonderful interview with you, I asked you about your amazing work strategy and methodology that you are going to put in place to empower women and young people. You were amazing. We did an interview with you and I really appreciate you and all your hard work; I appreciate your kindness and generosity. Thank you. Congratulations. You make us proud. Congratulations to Nigerian brothers and sisters everywhere they are in the world. Congratulations to all Africans in the African continent as well as in the Diaspora. Congratulations. This is a beautiful pride; we cannot just let this slip our mind and pass us by. We have to celebrate our Brother who won, who became for this year and next year, the new United Nations General Assembly President. I am so grateful that I live at this time to witness this historic moment.

Yes, I love what he is standing for. My name is Claudine, Dr. Marie Claudine and I am from Rwanda and I survived the genocide there. I love to promote peace. I am a peacemaker. I am Miss Global Peace and I recently created a bank for the orphans which will teach quality education and will stop poverty. We support sustainable development goals. Let me have you listen to a quick message from Tiijani Muhammad Bande. This was happening this week; it was beautiful. This is the power of social media. It will bring you the information while it is going on. This is the power of social media that I’m telling you we need to use.

“Peace and parity, poverty eradication, zero hunger, quality education, climate action, and inclusion will constitute a major priority of my presidency.”

When I tell you guys that we need to utilize the power of social media. This is what I mean.

“The promotion of human rights and the empowerment of women and youth deserve special attention and I will be devoted to the promotion of gender parity throughout the whole U.N. system, starting from my own office.”

I remember when I did an interview with him last year, he was very impressed. He was very happy to know that an African sister published a book about the power of social media. When I go to my archive, I will look for that interview and I will share the interview with you. So, like President Kennedy said, ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country. My dear friends, I know I have many friends who follow me. I’m asking you, what can we do to support our brother in this office? We want him to succeed. I need your suggestions. I need your ideas. First, listen to what are his goals what he is trying to achieve so we can support him. I believe in contribution. Because the more you give, the more you receive. If you believe in women’s empowerment, I’m talking to you my brothers and sisters beyond Facebook, if you believe in stopping poverty, if you believe in human rights, come aboard. Support the brother. Support his initiative. I’m calling on all youth, young people, all entrepreneurs; we need to support our brother. We need to work towards helping him achieve his vision. That’s how it is. We cannot say that the U.N will do it by itself. No. We the people, we are the power.

I am with you, brother. The empowerment of women and youth, Yes! Especially in Africa where we have 65% youth. I love God so much. I am so grateful that this is happening at the same time that I launched my bank. Let me have you listen to this wonderful, quick presentation. I love how God performs his miracles. At the same time that our brother at the United Nations was being elected, we at Miss Global Peace were pitching the beautiful ideas to create a bank for the orphans.

“I am Dr. Claudine Marie Mukamabano. I am from Rwanda and I am a survivor of the genocide over there. I have an organization to empower and support survivors of the genocide who are most of the time orphans. So my pitch today is about my new project, Bank for the Orphans. Because they are young and they are orphaned, they need money; they need support to empower them financially. That’s why I had this idea to create a bank to sustain orphans in conjunction with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal, Core 17, Partnership, and then Goal #1, Eradicate Poverty, and then Goal #4, which is all about Quality Education. With my bank, Bank for the Orphans, we are going to teach orphans how to deal with money, so I need your help. I need your support. I need you to come on board, to bring your expertise in budget and finance and also bring your money so we can show the orphans that we care for them. So you become a healer for the orphans because you are a peacemaker.

The work of God. I love God so much. When you listen, when you allow God to guide you, my Creator will make perform miracles that you never thought you would do. While we were working and pitching our bank idea, our brother at the United Nations was being elected and speaking about what he is going to focus on which is in congruence with what our bank for orphans is working toward: quality education, stopping poverty.

We support and we are grateful for the new General Assembly president because he understands the pain of the vulnerable people on this planet, the pain of the orphans; he understands the struggle of women, he understands the challenge of youth. That’s why we are grateful to our Creator that he was elected. This Bank for the Orphans is for quality education. With the power of social media, we can do unbelievable, miracle things. We can support our brother’s initiatives. [16:16] You already know he is the newly elected Nigerian General Assembly President. You know that. I am telling you that you know he was elected this week. If you didn’t hear that in your local news that means they are behind the times. That’s why we love the power of social media, because we utilize the power of social media to move on, to move ahead. So, with the power of social media we know that our brother was elected this week, two or three days ago. So let me make you listen to his plan, to his goals. This (video in the background) is me pitching my idea of the bank we created, the bank for orphans where I am inviting people to come on board to economically empower orphans. We give opportunities to people to become peacemakers and healers of the orphans. So that’s why at the same time that I was pitching my idea about sustainable entrepreneurship, our brother was being elected at the United Nations to become the new United Nations General Assembly President. So now, my dear friends, with this powerful tool, the power of social media, I am calling all of you to come to support him. Wherever you are, let me first let you hear his vision and goals, what he wants to do so you can understand how you are going to support him.

“Peace and parity, poverty eradication, zero hunger, quality education, climate action, and inclusion will constitute a major priority of my presidency. The promotion of human rights and the empowerment of women and youth deserve special attention and I will be devoted to the promotion of gender parity throughout the whole U.N. system, starting from my own office.”

Okay my dear friends, now what are you going to do to support our brother? Yes, I know the weakness, the issue we have as African people when we, instead of helping African brothers or African sisters, we start to wonder where this person is from. We start to allow the sickness of tribalism, the sickness of the faith that so and so belongs to, we start to allow the sickness to sabotage our progress. Let me tell you that the scriptures remind us that we don’t fight with blood and flesh, we fight with military principles, we fight with darkness power. Our brother, he was elected to be the President of the General Assembly. So, my question to you who are watching me, what are you going to do to support his initiatives? You don’t necessarily have to sit with him in his office to support him. You already heard what he is about. He is about empowerment for women, empowerment for young people, and promoting peace, gender equality and security. Stopping poverty is the number one sustainable development goal; no poverty. And I love the Partnership which is the _______ we have been using at Why Do I Exist? Goal 17 is Partnership for achieving your goals. And he is also about equality in education, which we love at our new bank, The Bank for Orphans. We love to each money and finance education. My dear friends, what are you going to do to support our brother to be successful in these new endeavors? Let’s put our divisions aside and then focus on supporting our brother to achieve the height of excellency because we exist today.

I walk in power; I walk in a miracle. I live a life of favor because I know who I am. If you know who you are, if you know why you exist, come on aboard. Let’s support our brother in achieving his greatness, because his victory is our victory; our victory together as Africans, our victory together as Africans in the Diaspora, our victories together as empowered women, our victory together as people who advocate for peace, our victory together as people who care for humanity, our victory together as people who care about younger generations, our victories together as people who care to leave the world a more beautiful place than how we found it.

In today’s reading, I want to read this beautiful passage: “Through Him I strengthen me. Blessed is the man who trusts in the Lord, whose confidence is in Him. Blessed be the man who trusts in the Lord; whose confidence is in Him. Everybody is searching for peace; no one can avoid the strength of life or the certain stress it brings with it. Jesus radiated love, serenity and peace, no matter how turbulent and chaotic the circumstances were around him. This was the result of His intimate relationship with His Father. Jesus regularly withdrew in solitude to pray and pour out His heart to His Father. Then He was able to return to a strong life with the peace of heaven in His heart. “Whatever life may have in store for you, you will be victorious in His strength because I can do everything through Him who gives me strength.” Phillipians, Chapter 4, Verse 13. “Blessed is the man who trusts in the Lord, whose confidence is in Him.” Jeremiah, 17:7. You are my keeper, oh Lord, I place myself under Your control and in Your care. That is why I am assured of your peace, Amen”.

To guide the greater glory, I’m calling on you guys to come on board to support our brother who was recently elected. He was elected this week to become the President of the General Assembly. This is so powerful. I am so glad to see an African brother becoming United Nations General Assembly President while I am still alive. It is beautiful. It is beautiful. What is most beautiful about it is his vision, his goal: stopping poverty, promoting women’s empowerment, promoting youth, promoting peace. As Miss Global Peace it is my duty to endorse his wonderful work. Yes, I am going to do all and anything in my power to support him. Yes! Because I love what he is doing. Yes! Because he cares for vulnerable people. And because I care for the orphans, we together can go far; we empower economically many young people and many orphans and vulnerable people. I love these opportunities my Creator is opening up for me, for you and for other people who care. If you care, come on aboard. You can go to the United Nations website and listen again and again and again to his message, his pledge. Don’t start to say “How are we going to do this?” Figure it out, just do it. He needs you. He cannot everything by himself. He needs you. So don’t come up with nonsense sabotaging yourself. What are you going to do? Like President Kennedy reminded us: don’t ask what your country will do for you, ask what you will do for your country. Don’t ask what our new president of the General Assembly can do for you, ask yourself what are you going to do to support him. Yes! What are you going to do to support our Nigerian brother who became the new General Assembly President? In your power, in your local area, at your grassroots level activities, with your media, with your radio, what are you going to do? With your business, with your non-profit, with your school, with your clubs at the school, what are you going to do? What are you going to do to support our Nigerian brother who recently won the seat to be the President of the United Nations General Assembly? Every day ask yourself what are you doing to support him toward achieving his goals. You, yes, you. You.

I am Dr. Marie Claudine Mukamabano from Rwanda, yes Rwanda is far. I was born and grew up in Rwanda and I survived the genocide over there. I am grateful that God protected my life. Yes, I am not from Nigeria. Yes, it is not about where you are from. It’s not about what is the color of your skin. It’s not about who you are or which language do you speak. It’s not about your ethnic background. It’s about greatness. It’s about supporting your brother who has a beautiful mission. I remember my mom when we were little she used to tell us when you are going to choose friends, don’t choose friends because they are Tutsis or they are Hutus, choose friends because you understand each other, you have the same mindset. Choose friends because they can understand you and you can understand them. Because among the Tutsi and the Hutu tribes we have good people and we have bad people. So, my message to you is don’t choose friends because you have the same faith, you are all Christians or you are all Muslims or you are all Hindu or you are all Jewish or you are all Buddhist or you all practice yoga together. No, choose your friends because you understand each other. You understand each other. Because we live once. We live once. We contribute whatever we need to contribute once, while we can, while we still can. If you ask people who are about to leave this life what they regret, they don’t regret what they did, they regret what they didn’t do. They regret the actions they did not take. So, I don’t want you to regret, I want you to be successful; I want you to be happy; I want you to be cheerful. That’s why every day, most of the time, I empower you. I remind you that you have a greatness inside of you. Yes you do, you do.

I am reading this beautiful book: Limitless. Limitless, in which this guy is talking about affiliate marketing, which actually is in congruence with Goal 17: Sustainable Goal #17: Partnership. Partnership, affiliation marketing. In business we call it affiliation marketing and in a non-profit we call it collaboration. So, Partnership. You know it is amazing how different sectors have different language that they use, but it’s all the same thing. That’s why if you maximize your area of expertise, you just copy and paste, you do everything. You do the same way that everybody is doing but the difference is the language of different terminology.

So I am here to congratulate our brother who recently won the election to become the new President of the General Assembly. At the same time, I am reminding you to support his initiatives because his success is our success. Yes, his success is our success. Don’t sit down complaining, whining, not doing anything and then expecting things to happen. Take action. No action, no result. Action produces results. No action, no result. This is what I have been telling you: no action, no result. So, our brother took action and he is now the President of the General Assembly. Let all of us support him with our expertise. Use whatever expertise you have to support him because he deserves it. And you can, I know you can. I would love to hear from you if you can give comments for how you can suggest how we can support our brother. I really, really appreciate you. I will appreciate your kindness; I will appreciate your generosity; I will appreciate your contribution. It’s all about contributing.

So for those of you who were not here before, let me have you listen quickly to his message so you will know how you are going to support him because sometimes we don’t know what people are doing and then we complain that they are not doing what they are supposed to be doing because we don’t know.

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