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I have been sitting a lot by the shore since I came here again. There’s still a lot to be said for Juba. I will be back.
i sometimes need reminded, in my soft and comfortable life, that tragedies occur so close to me, in one distance or another--in miles or 0s and 1s. we all share this giant but easily folded reality, and i think many of my countrymen forget about what they can't see. which is to say, i'm sorry for your losses. i hope this is all bringing you hopeful reflections, too.
Inshuti Yanjye, Imana aguhe umugisha kandi ibarinde.
So sad!My prayers are with you, Iwaya.
Eh, Iwaya, I hope you are safe out there. Sad about your housemates.
yo house mates were burnt to death?sorry men.and ahh,you going back?
DO YOU REALLY HAVE TO GO BACK? LOOKS LIKE IT ISNT ANY BETTER THAN HERE, IF NOT WORSE. WHERE ARE YOU. I FEEL LIKE WE NEED TO CATCH UP...AM SO SORRY I DIDN'T EVEN KNOW ANY UGANDANS WERE BURNT LET ALONE YOUR FRIENDS.
read your latest post before i read this. now i understand.our sympathies mate. it must have been crazy...but...hang in there...
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