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Presidents’s Greetings O

n behalf of Kairali of Baltimore I wish you all heartily Thiruvonsahamsakal. Its that time of the year when every malayalee’s heart gets filled with joy and mood is upbeat. There is love and happiness in air as we welcome King Mahabali. He is back this year to make sure that there is prosperity and happiness within his people. We at Kairali have strived to provide you with a memorable onam that upholds the culture and tradition and year 2013 is no different. It is a way to connect with our culture in mid of such a hectic life. For 29 years kairali of Baltimore has provided a platform for our members to showcase their talent, enjoy sumptuous onam sandya and be a part of this glorious cultural heritage. During this onam season I am proud to say that Kairali of Baltimore has joined hands with New Vision house of hope which in turn works with Minority

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outreach and technical Assistance to reduce health disparities and educate the community of preventative care. This will definitely be a mile stone in promoting community health awareness. At this point I want to Thank and recognize all the committee members, volunteers, family and sponsors for working tirelessly behind the scenes to bring the very best for its members. I also want to thank all the past Presidents and committee members for their hard work and guidance. The reason why Kairali is in existence is you. I want to Thank for all your support and encouragement all these years and expect the same in coming years.

Anil Alousyes

President, Kairali of Baltimore

May King Mahabali bring you Joy, Peace and Prosperity in your lives this Onam. Kairali Of Baltimore wishes Happy and Prosperous onam to all its members.


Secretary’s Greetings

Jain Mathew

Secretary, Kairali of Baltimore

Dear Friends,


t is again that time of the year where we celebrate Onam with great enthusiasm and vigor. I wish you all “Happy Onam” with prosperity and peace to your families. Kairali of Baltimore has a tradition of continuous great leadership and it is no different this year with Mr. Anil Alousyes as our president. Along with our president and a strong executive committee we have been able to get close with Kairali families and community in 2013. This year we started with collecting gently used shoes for a great cause “shoe4souls”. This was a great success with a lot of contribution from our families. Kairali of Baltimore


for the first time organized a playing card competition and this was a memorable moment for the participants and it was a huge success too. This year we saw the birth of women’s forum which is actively conducting Malayalam class for kids and also organized soup kitchen in Baltimore. At kairali of Baltimore we continue to encourage people going organic and promoting healthy eating habits. Keeping this mind we had another fabulous year with our community garden project where we not only grow our veggies but donate it to the less privileged ones. With the partnership of KAGW, Kairali of Baltimore conducted the joint sports day on June 8th 2013 at High Point High school. It was the one of the largest Malayalee sports event in the region. Our kids and adults competed against each other and against different teams from Baltimore to Greater Washington D.C and Virginia participated. It was a fun filled yet competitive event.

X’mas to come. I would like to thank each and every committee members who dedicate their time and effort to make every event a success. I also would like to thank the families of Kairali of Baltimore for your continued participation and without our families we cannot move forward. I encourage every family to spend time with our community members in every social event and make our young generation to continue to love our culture and traditions. Last but not least our patrons who support us financially to continue the good work by the Kairali of Baltimore. Once again wish you all a very Happy Onam

More than anything 2013 was a year for getting in pace with the latest technology. We introduced the video news telecast every month for our members. We also got into the social media (Facebook). As we proceed to the later part of 2013 I want to assure you that best is yet to come. We have a lot more events like Picnic, cultural events, shows,

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Executive members

Anil Alousyes President

Jose Paranilm Vice-President

Jane Mathew Secretary

bIJO jOSE Joint Secretary

Rehman Kadaba Treasurer

Abraham Mathew Joint Treasurer

Rajan Mathai President Elect

Mini Sathyadas Ex-Officio, SCC

Koshy George Social Committee

Shaji George Public Relations

Shams Nazar Media Relations

John V Mathew SCC

Joy Kudali Souvenir Committee

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Mathew Varghese Ent. Committee Chair

Chinnu Abraham Ent. committee


Prashant Verghese Shyni Augustine Thomas Jose Satyadas v Pillai Ent. Committee Ent. Committe Sponsor Comm. Chair Sponsorship Committee

Paul Joseph Sp. Com./Auditor

Suraj Mammen Membership

Johnson Kadamkulathil Rajan Abraham Sports Committee Chair Sports Committee

Tison Thomas Food Committe/ Sport


Saju Markose Mmbership

Tony Vithayathil Photography

Bibi Thomas Sports Committee

Shaju Jose Food Committee

Maijo Mathew Food Committee

Fino Augustine Food Committee

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Mohasin Ibrahim Technology/Media

Sabeena Nazar Women’s Forum

Anu Aluvathingal Entertainment

Sathosh George Molly Suraj Sheeba Alousyes Technology/Media Women’s Forum Chair Women’s Forum

Anitha Jane Women’s Forum

Reeny Pereira Entertainment

Bobin Rajan Technology

Jubin Jose Technology

Mathews Abraham Abraham Joshua Advisory Board Chair Advisory Board

George Cherupil Advisory Board

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Paul Joseph CPA, CGMA, CFE, CFS

MAKE HIGHER EDUCATION AFFORDABLE FOR YOUR CHILDREN WHILE SAVING FOR YOUR RETIREMENT a resident of Maryland for a grandparent to open contribute to the plan. Contributions up to With the rising cost of higher education, and $2,500 can be deducted for Maryland Income parents should start saving for their children’s college education. Even the grandparents can now start saving for your grandchildren. The State of Maryland provides tax incentives to parents and grandparents for saving for college education.

The State of Maryland offers two plans: a. The Maryland Prepaid College Trust, which locks in future tuition cost at today’s prices. b. The Maryland College Investment plan which is managed by T. Rowe Price. T Rowe Price does not charge you commissions and/or enrollment fee. In 2012, The Maryland College Investment plan was one of the four funds that were assigned a gold star by Morning Star. The College Savings Plan of Maryland can be started by a parent or a grandparent for a beneficiary. Your grandchild does not have to be

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Tax either by the contributor or the beneficiary depending on the plan you chose. Funds distributed for eligible college expenses are exempt for federal and Maryland State income tax. Even the earnings on these funds are tax free when used for eligible college expenses. Funds can now be used for public, private or technical colleges in the United States as well as selected foreign colleges. It can be for a two year or a four year degree. Payments can be as low as $25 per month. As like any other investment, before making your final decision, it is prudent to consult a Certified Public Accountant or a Certified Financial Planner who is aware of your financial situation.

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Learn about your retirement plan:

you need 75% of your pre-retirement income to maintain the same pre-retirement life style. As a rule of thumb you should not retire unless your social security income kicks in. However, social security income will replace only 40% of your pre-retirement income. The rest of the income should come from other sources. Most of these sources will be thru the savings that you have built during your pre-retirement career. It’s never too early or late to start saving for your retirement. However, enough thought should be given to the different options that you might have based on your retirement goals. They may include:

Employer supported retirement savings plan:

Your employment may offer a defined benefit plan and/or defined contribution plan. Under defined benefit plan, you employer will provide you with a specific monthly amount at retirement. The plan is fully funded by the employer. The defined contribution plan does not guarantee a specific amount. Instead, you and/or your employer contribute to the plan. The amount at retirement depends on your contribution and how well the investments perform. Sometimes, your employer will add to your account by matching a certain percentage of your contribution. 401(k) plan is one kind of such plan. If your employer kicks in matching contribution, take the maximum advantage by enrolling and contributing the maximum amount so that your monthly retirement savings is doubled. As your share of the contribution comes off your paycheck, its will be automatic and no further action is required from your end. Your contribution to a qualified retirement plan is pre-tax dollars. Therefore, your annual taxable income is less which means that you pay less income tax.

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Ask your employer about 1. the type of retirement plan that they offer they might offer more than one 2. What will happen if you change jobs – can the plan come with you 3. Are there any eligible benefits from your spouse’s plan 4. Ask for periodic statements to find out what your plan is worth

Don’t touch your retirement:

You started your retirement plan for a reason and therefore there are consequences if you withdrawn from the plan before you are eligible. Uncle Sam will impose a 10% penalty for early withdrawal and it will be added to your gross income for the year. If you are a first time home buyer, money used for medical conditions or for college education, the 10% penalty is waived. Always bear in mind that it will be hard to replace the withdrawn funds, so it is prudent to take a loan against the plan in extenuating circumstances.

Put money into an Individual Retirement Account:

You can also contribute to an Individual Retirement Account (IRA). There are two kinds of individual retirement account – Traditional and Roth IRA. Traditional is funded by pre-tax dollars and Roth is by after-tax dollars. The income generated in Roth IRA is not taxable. Both can be withdrawn only after the contributor reaches 59 ½ years old without incurring a 10% penalty. In 2013, the maximum amount an individual can contribute is $5,500. You can also contribute a lesser amount. However, there are restrictions as who will qualify based on your employer provided retirement plan. Planning for retirement should never be overlooked. It’s never too late or too early to start your retirement planning. It is always a good idea to have a Certified Public Accountant or a Certified Financial Planner or advisor to discuss and brainstorm your financial goals as the above article is just the basic information. Also, periodically meet with your financial advisor to ensure that you retirement goals are still on track.


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Anusha Alousyes

DancesIndia Types of



ost people see dancing as an art form or as a way to relax or enjoy ourselves at a party. But what most of us don’t realize is that dance is a way to express pent-up emotions and suppressed feelings. We are never too old or too young to dance. When I dance it feels like the rest of the world melts away and I am free to just be me. I feel invincible and I forget my problems. Dancing makes me feel like I am good at something. India is a land of great mix of cultures, with a wide variety of dances that can range from folk to classical. The Indian dances all vary because the region it originates from each have a distinct style from the steps to the kind of costumes worn. These also

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represent a particular culture. They use acting to tell stories, often of folklore and myth. There are eight acknowledged classical styles of dance. Bharatanatyam is a classic dance form originating in Tamil Nadu, a state in South India and is the known as the Indian National Dance. This dance form is the art of the ancient temple dancers. Bharatanatyam is usually accompanied by classical Carnatic music. Bharatanatyam is considered to be a fire-dance —the element of fire in the human body. The movements of an authentic Bharatanatyam dancer resemble the movements of a dancing flame Kathak, originated from northern India. This dance form traces its origins to the people of ancient northern India, known as Kathaks, or storytellers. These bards, performing in villages and temples, mostly specialized in recounting myths and moral




tales from the Hindu scriptures, and embellished their recitals with hand gestures and facial expressions. It uses instrumental and vocal music along with stylized gestures, to animate the stories. Kathakali is a highly stylized classical Indian dance-drama noted for its attractive make-up of characters, their elaborate costumes, detailed gestures and well-defined body movements presented in tune with the music and complementary percussion. It originated in the country’s southern state of Kerala, and has been updated over the years with improved looks, refined gestures and added themes besides singing and precise drumming. Kuchipudi is a Classical Indian dance form from Andhra Pradesh in South India. The movements in Kuchipudi are animated and fast. The dancer must dance upon a brass plate, their feet upon the edges. The dancer moves the plate with balance as they hold two diyas (small oil-burning candles) in his or her hands while balancing a small pot containing water on their head. At the end of the dance, typically, the dancer



blows out the candles and washes their hands with the water from the pot. Manipuri dance is one of the major Indian classical dance forms. It originates from Manipur, a state in northeastern India. The traditional Manipuri dance style embodies delicate, lyrical and graceful movements. The feet movements are viewed as part of a composite movement of the whole body. Mohiniyattam is a traditional South Indian dance form Kerala, India. It is a very graceful dance meant to be performed as a solo by women. The term Mohiniyattam comes from the words “Mohini” meaning a woman who enchants onlookers and “aattam” meaning graceful and sensuous body movements. The word “Mohiniyattam” literally means, “dance of the enchantress”. Odissi is one of the classical dance forms of India. Originates from the state of Orissa, in eastern India. It is particularly distinguished from other classical Indian dance forms by the importance it places upon the tribhangi literally three part break. It focuses on the three



parts of the body, head, chest, and hips. Sattriya is an artistic way of presenting mythological teachings to the people in an accessible, and enjoyable manner. Traditionally, only male monks in monasteries performed Sattriya as a part of their daily rituals or to celebrate special festivals. Today, in addition to this practice, Sattriya is also performed on stage by men and women and in themes not merely mythological. Whether it’s dancing up on stage or just causally moving to the beat in the car, we all have dance is part of our DNA. For me dancing is like breathing. I can’t live without it. Dancing is not just an art form; it’s a way of life. As Agnes de Mille, a famous dancer once said “To dance is to be out of yourself. Larger, more beautiful, more powerful. This is power, it is glory on earth and it is yours for the taking.” Citation Shetty, Deepak. "Eight Styles Of Indian Classical Dance." Deepak A Treat Beyond Imagination. N.p., 17 Mar 2009. Web. 7 Jul 2013. <http:// indian-classical-dance/>.

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Elias Abraham

The dreams that rise to the top of Zion cry in endless pain, “We want to live.” The mystic flight of misery’s wings that carry the bitter pangs of nightly souls suddenly stops the air-breached desires squeezed in shaking distress. Like the sleeping disciples, that yielded and vanished, when, just a few feet away, the cross its meaning expressed, man, from social commitments flees, leasing time and space for the foe to fix the flag.

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Ah! The victory of this ambushing virus, ‘robbing Peter for paying Paul,’ makes me tremble and fall, marking no antidote for life’s hopeful return. Don’t we see the silver lining far behind the colorless clouds? It’s time, the bell is ringing; we, the Body, be the desert man’s voice, and lead the world to victory, and peace, where, love’s sweats, and truth’s weapons will keep them safe. This time, not the doves and merchants he targets, but the rapists and racists, and the rated nocturnal Tarquins, who do heist on human minds. He is coming on wings of fire, holding the sword of plasma erupted from the solar wrath, to hold us on, to our diamond dreams, defending and defeating, offering us, the dazzling crowns.



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Crucial Conversations I

n our daily lives, we all interact with others. We hold conversations with those whom we already know and with those whom we have just met. Literally, we give words to express ideas. But, what exactly are crucial conversations? As the name suggests, crucial conversations deal with tough issues. When we have crucial conversations with one another, our opinions differ, our stakes are high, and our emotions tend to stay strong. We may not realize it, but we actually deal with crucial conversations almost everyday. We live in a stressful society where we are expected to make our own decisions about everything. Indeed, there are ways we can improve our communication skills for the better. According to Kerry Patterson in Crucial Conversations: tools

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for talking when stakes are high, people are often on their worst behavior when they get involved in crucial conversations for many reasons. First and foremost, human beings are just designed wrong. Our emotions do not prepare us to speak well when we are dealing with a tough conversation with others: “countless generations of genetic shaping drive humans to handle crucial conversations with flying fists and fleet feet” (p.4). When we hear someone say something that we deeply disagree with, we become hurt and upset. Our adrenaline pumps into our bloodstream and we have to live with that. Our arm muscles receive more blood and we start to forget the issue that we are dealing with at the moment. All we then think about then is punching the attacker in the face and thinking that we have ended all problems with

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that person. Another reason why people get into their worst behavior when dealing with crucial conversations is that they are put under pressure. Usually, tough conversations come out of nowhere and they take us by surprise. We do not know what to do at the moment because many times, our mentors (such as our parents or other elders) are not there to help us then. We also cannot rely on any book on the spot. It is indeed hard to deal with our bodies’ response to issues we feel that we cannot handle on our own. We become so stumped that we just say whatever comes to our head at the moment. Even if we plan for a crucial conversation ahead of time, we may not really be able to deal with it when the real time actually comes. People also tend to be their own worst enemies. Our actions are made in self-defeating ways.


When we do not get what we want, we become intolerant of others’ views/opinions. Literally, we push one another and create behaviors we hate because we do not know how to properly handle serious conversations and problems. Dialogue is defined as, “the free flow of meaning between two or more people” (p.20). So, what does this definition actually suggest? When we first enter crucial conversations, our opinions join in on us. When we enter these conversations with others, our thoughts differ. To be successful, we have to keep dialogues open. We have to allow everyone to come in and join the conversation. We have to give every member the chance to share his or her opinion, despite how wrong the belief may seem to us. When we fill our pool with shared meaning, we make better choices as a group because we are open to all relevant information about the issue at hand. When we freely give our high-staked, sensitive, controversial feelings and opinions to others, we give everyone the chance to think through decisions carefully. Psychologically, it is true that people tend to withhold their opinions and simply agree with others so they won’t be seen as “different” in public. Yet, doing this only keeps others from making collective decisions. When meaning is shared, “people willingly act on whatever decisions they make… eventually they understand why the shared solution is the best solution, and they’re committed to act” (p.23). When people do


There are indeed strategies we, as individuals, can take to focus crucial conversations on what we really want without getting into self-defeating behaviors such as seeking revenge and giving up. First, we need to begin with heart. not bring themselves into tough conversations, their opinions never get heard and they end up resisting the decisions made by others as a result. When one uses force to say what he or she wants to say, others may not listen to him or her because they may feel that the person does not know what he or she is saying. By using the simple definition of dialogue, we give ourselves and others the chance of expressing all thoughts in ways that will always get heard. There are indeed strategies we, as individuals, can take to focus crucial conversations on what we really want without getting into self-defeating behaviors such as seeking revenge and giving up. First, we need to begin with heart. We should identify the wrongs that we see in our own selves. It is the human tendency to go and blame others when things go wrong in our own lives. Yet, no one is ever completely innocent. The only person I can easily change is me. When we start with ourselves, we become

open to others’ opinions and thus become skilled in dialogue. We realize that we are not perfect and that there are truly faults in everyone. When our brain understands what we want for ourselves and for others, it helps us in escaping both fight and flight. We stay focused and realize that we can indeed make a positive change. No good relationship will be damaged as a result. We cannot ever try to win or simply remain safe where we are. If our only goal is trying to win a stand, then we will only push ourselves to fight our opponents. If we lose our goals and just try to stay safe, we accept bad results occurring. We may never learn and acknowledge the real issue at hand if we simply fly away from it. Thus, we should set up new choices away from fight or flight. We have to force ourselves to be both creative and productive. We need to realize that there are actually ways of standing up for ourselves and still maintaining respect for others as well. When employees

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fail to give their promises and colleagues step in for them to talk about the problem at hand, views are heard and issues move on to resolution. When we search for healthy options that allow us to get involved well in dialogues, we express our opinions and still get heard by others. We know that winning or losing is not the goal of any dialogue. Ultimately, we become happy with what we are capable of doing. Silence and violence can derail a conversation and make it impossible to reach agreement. Many times, people choose not to share their views at all in a discussion because they fear that others will think of them poorly. Yet when these people stay quiet, their opinions never reach the pool of meaning and “they end up quietly criticizing and passively resisting” (p.23). Those around them think that they do not even care about the final decisions that are made. When we become afraid to walk up to others, we start to blame everyone on the team for the issue that is running on at the moment. Even though some, like me at times, feel that they stay safe when they do not add anything to the pool, they really only prevent good results from occurring because they block others from learning their point of view: “we’re so uncomfortable with the immediate conflict that we accept the certainty of bad results to avoid the possibility of uncomfortable conversation” (p.37). How can our peers try to help us if we mask or hide our true opinions from them? People will only think that we

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are fake and no agreement will be made about anything as a result. If we always hide away from real issues, then we will only become cowards in life. No one will ever understand us. Using violence when speaking, on the other hand, will only make it harder for others to accept our opinions. They will not want to listen to us at all. “They may say they’re on board, but then walk away and follow through

sure that others know that it is important to have a shared train of thought.

half-heartedly” (p.23). Those who simply argue and run away do not properly know how to share meaning to others. When people use violence to share their views, they start to put down the views of others and thus do not allow the rest of the group to contribute to the shared pool of meaning. They only try to win a stand by slamming their peers down, cutting others off, overstating their facts, and then getting nothing but stunned looks in return. In order to reach agreement, we have to keep the safety net strong and make

have to open ourselves to change and realize that if we always stay silent in an issue, then nothing will ever get solved. We have to focus on what we really want and then say the truth out to others without hurting their feelings. We have to realize that we can indeed make an impact on the final decisions that are made within a group if we share our views to others. By mastering these dialogue skills, we can move on to action and reach our goals. We can harbor friendships and get along with all those around us. Optimism is key.

As tension-filled Malayalees, crucial conversations form a part of our everyday lives. How we tackle those conversations depends upon how we see and analyze the issue at hand. When we do not know what to say in a crucial conversation, we tend to hold back because we feel that that is the safe option. Yet, we



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Securing Your Future For Yourself

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etween taking care of our families, going to work, attending church and going about our daily tasks, we never seem to have time to think about creating a will. A will is a legal document that will execute your wishes regarding your property, which can be more than just your home, at the time of your death. Naturally, it is difficult to think about your own death but have you asked yourself: Are you prepared for your death? Do you know how to prepare for it? The reality is that by not discussing it or preparing for it, we can leave our loved ones behind to deal with a lot of hassles and confusion. However, by actively planning how to

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handle your assets, estates etc. right now, it can give you and your family a peace of mind by outlining your wishes in the event of your death. We tend to think that we do not have anything important to require drafting a will or trust. If you own any of the following: bank account(s), life insurance, investments, retirement savings, insurance policies, real estate/ business interests, then you want to consider drafting a legal instrument such as a will. Do you have any of the following prepared: a Will, a Trust, a Power of Attorney, a Living Will, (sometimes known as an Advanced Medical Directive)? Often, we wait for an

emergency, such as a major medical procedure or traveling to India or another country to have one of these legal instruments created. It is important to have these documents prepared early so there is time to review your situation and avoid making decisions in haste. Here is a short synopsis of some important legal instruments that might be applicable for you. Will: A will helps distribute all the assets you have in your name. When preparing a will or trust it is important to seek legal advice to make sure you have taken into consideration all the assets you own and how they are to be distributed. Take the time to think about who you want to receive your assets. You


can choose who you want to receive these items, your family, a close friend, your church etc. A will only takes effect at death. When a person dies without a will, it is called intestate. In Maryland, the estate of the deceased will be distributed based on the Stateâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Intestate Succession Statutes. These laws vary state by state. There is a chance that it may not distribute your estate in the way you may have wanted it. Take the time to speak with an attorney and learn more about your options. Guardianship: Life sometimes places us in a situation where we are unable to either care for ourselves or for our loved ones whether it may be due to sickness, old age or another situation. Do you have an idea who you would want to care of you or your loved ones in those situations? When choosing a caregiver make sure to choose someone you trust and that you have spoken with that person/family ahead of time. These are not easy things to think about, but better to plan ahead. Filing for guardianship through the courts is a long and costly process that can be avoided if considered ahead of time, while you are healthy and competent. When your intentions are clear then it is easier for the court and all parties involved to know what to do. Power of Attorney: A power of attorney gives authority for a specific person to act on your behalf. It does not have to be a blanket authority and can be given for specific situations


and your doctor. You do not need an attorney to create a living will.

and/or a specific amount of time. There are statutory forms created by the State that are to be used. These forms are often revised to prevent abuse. Speak with an attorney on what kind of power of attorney you may need. A situation may arise where you need someone to make decisions for you while you are unable to attend to them yourself. For example, instead of allowing someone access to your bank accounts to pay bills, use a power of attorney to limit the access of what a person can do with the money. Living Will aka Advanced Medical Directive: When you are unable to provide direction regarding your medical treatment, a living will provides written direction to medical personnel and your family. You may believe that your family knows your wishes regarding your medical treatment. However medical situations can be highly emotional, many people with the best intentions will want to weigh in on what they believe you would have wanted. To avoid any possibility of confusion or misunderstanding, keep a copy of your advanced medical directive with both your family

You may not need all of the above legal instruments but it is strongly advised that you think about having a legal instrument put together. To feel confident knowing you have taken care of your future and your familyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s future make sure you have prepared a valid will, and your family knows your intentions.

Five things to remember: 1. Make sure your wishes are clear to your family and friends. 2. Make sure you trust whomever you provide power of attorney and guardianship. 3. Write out a list of your assets (bank account(s), life insurance, investments, retirement savings, insurance policies, real estate/business interests etc.). Work with an attorney to draft your will. Even if you draft the will yourself, please have an attorney review your document to make sure it is a valid will. 4. Provide time to prepare and review your will by starting now. 5. Remember to update and review your will. Please understand that this is not legal advice but general information. It is important that you seek the advice of an attorney for further information on what you may need to your specific situation.

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But he likes to hide them high in the skies His wings are filled with the shades of color and light Yet he only flaps them alone at night He feels dismissed by his flock For all they do is screech and mock He feels trapped inside his own body And yearns to grow and be somebody I hold my hands out to my little bird And tell him stories no soul has ever heard My words fall in his ears like a rain shower And he grasps them tight to give him power He takes his stand once and for all And proves to himself that he will not fall He spreads his wings and soars in the light Making his first memorable flight

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few days ago my daughter Anusha had to write an essay on why it is important to have a community. In fact she had to write a persuasive essay and another group of students had to write about how individual communities were not a good idea. As usual she came to me asking about my thoughts on how our community associations and gatherings were good. This led me do a lot of thinking. In fact the real answer came to me when I compared my own family members who came to America about 30 years ago. My cousins immigrated to the US when they were 4-5 years of age. Now they are in their 30â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and 40â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. When we went to visit them it was a surprise to me that we had nothing in common except the same grandparents. The biggest surprise was that they did not know what Onam was. This was a very sad yet very enlightening experience for me. Today every child in our community knows what Onam is. This not only brings us together as a community but this also brings children closer to their parents. My cousins have nothing

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in common with their mother (my aunt). She speaks to them in Malayalam and they answer in English which is ok, but she likes traditional Indian food and they like American food, this could also be compromised. How about our values? Our values where we were taught to take care of older generations. Loving and sacrificing everything for the future of our children. Cultures and values cannot be taught just by books, it has to be implemented by our community. Someone has rightly said a long time ago that is takes a village to raise a child. Our community is like our village in America, our people, our dances, our culture, our food, our traditions. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s beautiful how

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the Onam celebration brings it all together. Our community is supposed to bring us together but we should be mindful that it does not separate us from other communities. As important as it is to uphold our values and beliefs, it is equally important that we learn to be tolerant and respectful to other cultures and traditions. We have to always remember that the community is created to bring like-minded people together, not to separate us from other people to do not belong to our community. A well-rounded and broad-minded person respects all cultures, all religion, all races, all colors and still maintains his or her identity as an individual.


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Congratulations! as Haiti and Katrina. Hannah has become very devoted to the art of classical Indian dance and plans to continue performing and training in the future.

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was held on Saturday June 15, 2013 at Roland Park Country School, Baltimore, MD. Hannah began learning Bharathanatyam at the age of six, under the guidance of Smt. Revathi Kumar. Revathi Kumar is the director of Abinaya Natya Sala. Ms. Kumar learned Bharathanatyam from Thanjaavur Paru Pillai under the tutelage of Pandhanallur Meenakshi Sundharam Pillai and Chockalingam Pillai. Since its inception in 1991, Abinaya Natya Sala has become a flourishing dance school in Ellicott City, Maryland. Students have performed at several fundraisers events benefiting ATMA, Murugan Temple, Rotary Club, 9/11 victims, tsunami victims, the University of Maryland Center for Celiac Research, and the Howard County Arts Councils. Ms. Kumarâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s students have also been recognized by India Forum, AIA, UMBC and Howard County Battle of the Dance competitions. For the past 12 years, Hannah performed and competed at regional and national events and has received many prestigious awards. Hannah also received 1st place awards from competitions including UMBC Indian Dance Competition, India Forum and Columbia Battle of the Dances. In addition she has danced for various fundraisers to help raise money for causes such

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Hannah, daughter of Dr. Abraham and Sheeba Mathew, is an active member of St. Gregorios Indian Orthodox Church in Silver Spring, Maryland. She is a strong leader in her youth group at church as well as in the Sunday School. She has competed in many elocution and singing competitions for Sunday School and has been recognized numerous times. Hannah graduated from Roland Park Country School on June 11, 2013 after having attended the institution for 13 years. In addition to dance Hannah was able to balance a vigorous course load along with many other extracurricular activities. She played a sport for school every season including, tennis, softball, volleyball and basketball. She was an IAAMAll-Star volleyball player for her school for two consecutive years as well as an USTA Team Tennis gold medalist. At Roland Park, Hannah actively participated in several clubs including, Diversity Committee, Spanish Honors Society, the auditioned acapella group in her school and was a senior representative for the Student Council (ASA). She was also given the privilege to participate in many leadership conventions such as, People to People Leadership Convention at Harvard University and the National Diversity Leadership Convention in San Diego, California. In the fall Hannah will be attending the University at Albany in Albany, New York for their guaranteed Pre-Med program. Kairali of Baltimore proudly congratulates Hanna for her remarkable accomplishments and wishes her a very bright future.



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Wishing on a


Neha Sanooj

In a rainbow, there are different colors In a rainbow, I wish there were flowers The colors are red, orange, yellow, green and blue Don’t forget the purple, that’s there too The thing about rainbows is that they’re quite rare But when they come out, they get a big stare Rainbows are cute They never speak, so they’re mute Most people say they come after some rain and sun But this doesn’t always happen, my dear one My poem has come to an end I think this is something I can lend.

Animals Aninals are awesome Animals are great Spiders, lizards, slugs and snails, even a great big snake When owls hoot, cats purr and dogs bark Domestic pets like a stroll through the park Dogs like to shake their bodies when they get wet Animals don’t go to the doctor, they go to the vet Some animals are nocturnal A turtle is kind of eternal Fish have gills, that’s what they use Fish have awesome homes so they don’t get a bruise Say bye bye to these animals As I finish this, I want to drink ‘Danimals’.

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All about

Mohandas Gandhi


o you know who Mohandas Gandhi was? Well I have some facts about him so you will know better!!! First of all he was born October 2, 1869 at Porbandar in the present-day of the Indian state of Gujarat. His father was the dewan (chief minister). He worshiped the Hindu god Vishnu. At age 19, he left home to study law in London at the inner temple. Since he made a little success he soon accepted a job position in South Africa with his wife and children. He remain in South Africa for nearly 20 years. On a train voyage he was thrown out of first class railroad compartment and beaten up by a white stagecoach driver because he refused to give his seat up for a European passenger. In 1906 Gandhi led a campaign of civil disobedience that would last for the next 8 years. But in 1913 hundreds of Indians living in South Africa including women went to jail. In July 1914, Gandhi left South Africa to return to India. By 1920 he was the most visible figure in the movement for Indian Independence. Gandhi stressed the importance of economic for India. Gandhi

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embraced a lifestyle based on prayer, fasting and meditation.

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Gandhi turned the independence movement into a massive organization, leading boycotts. After violence broke out, Gandhi announced the end of the resistance movement to his followers. British authorities arrested Gandhi in March 1922 he was sentenced 6 years in prison and he was going to be released in 1924. After that Gandhi began a series of a hunger strikes in protest of the treatment. Later in 1947 that year British granted India Independence but split the country into 2 dominions : India and Pakistan. But sadly in January 1948 he carried another fast. On January 30, 12 days after the fast Gandhi was on his way to a prayer meeting in Delhi when he was shot by Nathuram Godse a Hindu fanatic enraged by Mahatmas efforts to negotiate with Jinnah and other Muslims. The next day roughly 1 million people followed the process of Gandhiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s body was carried in state through the streets of the city and cremated on the banks of the holy Jumna River. Now you know more facts about Gandhi!!!!!



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Who are


Henry Plathottam

Keralites we are, who live in many countries Always unique but united as buddies Immigrants in all countries, but immersed in none Religions different; politics too different; but Always come together when that’s what all is about loving and lovable, caring and helpful Independent always but dependable and peace full Of course we are the ‘chosen one’s of the East Flew from ‘God’s own land’ to the ‘Paradise in the West’ Blessings are always needed to be counted Always chances are to be, taken when founded. love for our homeland and loyalty to this land Teamed up with hard work will make our life ‘grand.’ Indeed combining goodness of east and west Must make us all feel like we are having a feast. Original values are meant to be taught while Rasing our children to live with pride and smile, Enjoying their full life in values and style.

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here has been a long debate on what actually causes violent behavior in people. No one can really say what causes it without having any decent study done it. Some people say it’s because of guns, some say it’s alcohol, but others however think it’s Video games. There has been a lot of discussion on this topic; the first one going all the way to 1967. In 1967, a video game named Death Race was released in arcades everywhere. This game involved running over gremlins with a car. The working title for

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them was pedestrian. The debate on the violence factor of games started right after protesters dragged the machines out and burned them in the parking lots. The next big event on the videogame debate happened in 1993 after the release of “Mortal Kombat” and “Night Trap”, this prompted Congress to establish the “Entertainment Software Rating Board” (ESRB) on September 1, 1994. This made it so that all video games have ratings on them to warn people of the content of the game. The debate on video games remained

Since the massacre many people have tried to make laws to ban violent video games to minors, but to no success. In the Supreme Court ruling of Browns v. Entertainment MerchantsAssociation, they voted 7-2 against the Californian law to ban the sale of violent video games to minors.



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Many different pieces of data and study that have been done on this subject has helped both sides on this issue. Both the people for and against video games. By looking at all the information that has been provided, it’s very difficult to determine which side is correct and the measures need to be done to fix it.

the Virginia Tech shooting happened. Within hours of the shooting Jack Thompson with many other high-profile activist against video games blames videogames for the cause of the shooting although it was later learned that the shooters didn’t really play videogames often. The debate on videogames really however picked up after the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre on Dec. 14, 2012. In Feb. 18, 2013, CBS News reported that Adam Lanza, the shooter, was a huge gamer and was likely motivated by his videogames and the “strong

had been now. Back then all video games have been known to be in arcades and many of them weren’t as violent. Now people and little children have access to them in their homes and more and more video games are being available to them. The research has now gone to deciding whether violence promotes or lowers violence in juveniles and whether the games have a desensitizing effect on them. For more effective and trustworthy results, President Barack Obama has recently asked Congress for ten million dollars to fund the researchers

desire to kill”. One unnamed source even said that he was “Likely acting out the fantasies of a video game as he killed 20 first graders and six adults at the school.” His true motivation however is unknown according to Connecticut State

in certain experiments to determine what the games do to a young person’s mind. He’s even proposed a twenty three part plan on how he will spend the money for research. Even with the extra money provided by the President however, there might not be a definite verdict on the topic considering how much research has been done before and the amount of contradicting results that have been found as

steady for a little bit over six years until the Columbine High School Massacre of 13 people happened on Apr. 20, 1999. Over 176 news articles were released about video games being the cause of their actions. Since the massacre many people have tried to make laws to ban violent video games to minors, but to no success. In the Supreme Court ruling of Browns v. Entertainment Merchants Association, they voted 7-2 against the Californian law to ban the sale of violent video games to minors. In the majority opinion Justice Antonin Scalia wrote “A state possesses legitimate power to protect children from harm… but that does not include a free-floating power to restrict the ideas in which children may be exposed.” After two years

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Police Spokesman Lt. Paul Vance. The research on this topic can be seen going all the way back to the 50’s. The research hasn’t been as prioritized as it



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massacres have been known to be mentally ill. Very few of them were actually inspired by a game to do the terrible crimes they do.

a result. Many different pieces of data and study that have been done on this subject has helped both sides on this issue. Both the people for and against video games. By looking at all the information that has been provided, it’s very difficult to determine which side is correct and the measures need to be done to fix it. The final decision may take a little while until some very concrete evidence is found for even a compromise to happen. The people for video games have brought up very good points in the past that have made it very difficult to go against them. One of their arguments is based on the fact that as video game popularity increases, juvenile arrests decreases. According to a study, from 1995 to 2008 juvenile murders have gone down 72 percent and all other juvenile crimes have decreased by about 49 percent. During this time, video game sales have quadrupled and have become

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increasingly popular. Another one of their arguments is shown from a study done that showed that video games provided a safe outlet for aggressive feelings. In a survey, it has been found that video games help relieve anger through a safe means and it helps them to relax better. In addition there have also been claims that the people against videogames don’t really have much evidence to back them up. They say that there is no casual link between crimes and the games. It is usually due to exposure of family violence and aggressive personalities. It’s also been brought up that gamers can distinguish between the fantasy of the games and real life which prevents them from doing things that they see in games in real life. It’s also been said that even though video games may cause some short term aggression, it does not mean that they will leave their home an commit a violent crime. Most shooters in violent

The people against videogames however think otherwise. They have done a study which has shown that 60% of bullies have played at least one “Mature” rated game compared to approximately 40% who didn’t. The fact that video games reward people for doing bad things has caused people to think that the games are actually teaching the gamers that violence is acceptable. They say that video games desensitize the gamer to real-life violence. In a 2005 study, it has been shown that video games lower P300 amplitudes in the brain. This is usually associated with desensitization and aggressive behavior. There has also been a study on how video games affect people’s conflict solving strategies. People who play videogames are known to have a lower belief on nonviolent methods of solving things and are less forgiving than nongamers. It has also been shown that students who play video games in the beginning of the year tend to be more aggressive than their peers by the end of the year. There is a belief that people who play video games tend to associate happiness with hurting other people. As you can see there are many opinions for and against this issue. Many of which contradict each other heavily. Many think that the games hurt the mind and promotes bad behavior while others think it relaxes the mind and decreases bad behavior. Conflicting opinions


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such as that is the reason why more research must be done on this subject. There may be good solutions to this problem, but we need to find some strong evidence and data to back it up. Proposals to fix this problem are however being made right now. They can range from banning all video games forever to taking off all restrictions on them. Those two solution are however very radical and are unlikely to happen. Some likely solutions would probably be more towards the middle like enforcing the age limit more, restricting the amount of violent images and content, and restricting certain plots of the games which are considered to be improper.

The solution by Diane Franklin seems to be a very good compromise between the two sides of this issue. It makes it so that people can still get video games, the government has a chance at getting more money, and video games wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be excessively be bought if consumers knew about the tax and was smart with their money.

Many solutions have been introduced to solve this problem. One solution, introduced by Diane Franklin, a Missouri Republican, is calling for a tax on violent video games. The proposed tax will however be on violent video games only of certain ratings such as Teen

or Mature. It will bring the government more money and might possibly convince parents not to buy large amounts of them. On the downside, it hurts local video game stores and companies such as Activision or 343 Industries. The companies will suffer because if less people

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buy their games because of the tax, it will cause them to lose income which could be used to improve their games. Another solution was to restrict the amount of violence in video games such as blood, forms of killing, etc. Both sides get a benefit from this solution. The people for video games still have access to the games and the people against them will see less violent actions being done in the game. There is a downside however, as gamers will probably be less satisfied with the diluted violence and stop playing them which could hurt the gaming industry badly. There is also a chance that juvenile violence may increase if what people are saying is true. The solution by Diane Franklin seems to be a very good compromise between the two sides of this issue. It makes it so that people can still get video games, the government has a chance at getting more money, and video games wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be excessively be bought if consumers knew about the tax and was smart with their money. Even though this solution may hurt video game companies a little, they will still survive because of the many people who will still buy them despite the increased price. The companies also will still have a surplus of money stored from past games. This solution will probably work very well if put into action. Its benefits highly outmatch its cons and helps the majority of people. It will also be good enough to get passed because it isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t too close to any of the radical solutions and it makes sense.



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Swim in the deep blue sea Along with whales, sharks, and manatees


After it rains if you look up high Magnificent shades of colors brighten up the sky


Baby elephants may be little and small But someday they’ll be strong and tall


Egrets,Ospreys,Cardinals, and Blue Jays Some make nests out of grass and hay


They’re curious and playful And most of the time they’re peaceful


The water rolls gently on the sand You may even get small seashells in your hand

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Sport’s Day…


ports and Malayalees are inseparable. Keeping that in mind and with the intention of promoting healthy and active life Kairali of Baltimore, in association with KAGW, organized a Sport’s Day on June 8th. It was one of the biggest regional Malayalee sports events. Malayalee community members from Maryland, DC, and Virginia participated with lots of enthusiasm and vigor in different sport’s events namely soccer, cricket, basketball, volleyball, handball, tennis, badminton, and various track and field events. It was a day full of spirited sports events. All members participated in friendly and competitive event which was professionally conducted. Adult soccer, cricket and badminton took place previously, other than that; all events took place on June 8th.

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At the end of the day, presidents and sports committees of both associations thanked everybody for their support and participation and the winners received awards. In sports there is always a winner, but the true winner is sports when played with the right spirit. This was definitely a day where sports won.

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Congratulations! Kumar director of Abinaya Natya Sala in Ellicott City, MD. Mrs. Kumar learned Bharatanatyam in the Thanjaavur style from Thanjaavur Pavu Pillai, and blossomed into a talented dancer under further tutelage from Pandhanallur Meenakshi Sundharam Pillai and Chockalingam Pillai. Since its inception in 1991, Abinaya Natya Sala has become a flourishing dance studio in Ellicott City, Maryland, and Mrs. Kumar – who has taught over a hundred students yearly for the past twenty years – has earned a reputation as an exceptional teacher and choreographer with exemplary patience and dedication to her students. Abinaya Natya Sala is the best known ambassador of this Indian art form in the region. As a 2012 graduate from Mount Hebron, Raven hopes to continue dancing as she furthers her education. She is foreseeing a career in Health Administration at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Kairali of Baltimore proudly congratulates Hanna for her remarkable accomplishments and wishes her a very bright future.


aven Mathew, daughter of Mathew and Maya Edathikunnel, began studying the art of Bharathnatayam at the age of 6, and since then has been learning and applying this art forms into various performances. For the past 12 years, she has part taken in various dances for culture shows, charity events, recitals and competitions. She is dedicated and passionate about dancing and even takes time to help assist her guru with elementary dance groups within Abinaya Natya Sala Dance School. She not only performs classical pieces, but folk and cinematic dance as well. Her versatility in Indian dance forms has lead her to selectively participate in group competitions, such as UMBC, Indian Form, and Howard County’s ‘Battle of the Dances’ Competitions. By God’s grace, she completed her BharathnatayamArangetram on July 21, 2012, under the tutelage of Smt. Revathi


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We all need physical fitness for many things like playing a sport, taking a walk or even getting out of bed in the morning. The affects of fast food can be overwhelming to your physique whether you know it or not. Due to the high fat content in almost all of the fast foods, more and more people are becoming obese. If someone were to reach the level of obese, they might suffer from gallstones, type two diabetes, stroke, and sleep apnea. There are many other problems that emerge from obesity, but they are only some of them. Even though it is very possible to get out of obesity, it is extremely difficult. They will feel incredibly lazy and would most likely not burn the fat off. There is also a


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types of cancers. No matter how small the food may look like it will have a huge impact on your life. Recently McDonalds has released a new item to their menu called the McMega Potato which is recorded at have about 1,142 calories in it. The daily calorie intake for a man is 2,500 and for a lady 2,000. Foods like this are the main contributors to what is killing the people with obesity. If this is bad, then you will not believe the affect it will have on your blood. We use blood to deliver oxygen to all of the organ in our body and to remove toxins from the muscles. Now what will if the blood were to be stopped as it is making its daily cycle around the body. This is exactly what is happening to many Americans today. Many of us are in hospitals because of clogged arteries in our body. There is a main contributor however that is causing this, fast food. Fast food has this fat known as saturated fat. Saturated fat is a fat that cannot be naturally broken down in the body, they just collect in certain places of your body and create problems.

They cause many issues such as increasing your cholesterol levels dangerously. This leads thickening of our arteries which lets less blood flow throughout our bodies. Fast foods also increase blood sugar and pressure. When blood sugar gets too high, a person may develop hyperglycemia or diabetes. Diabetes is where the body can no longer control its own blood sugar. High blood pressure damages your arteries and may increase your chances of getting a heart attack. Now even though fast food can tremendously harm your body, it can also harm your mind. The mind is a tricky place. Everyone is different and everyone thinks differently, but have you ever wondered if food had anything to do with it? After being used

to eating fast food, a persons mind may do into withdrawal if they are to stop eating it to lose weight. They might experience irritation, anxiety, and even depression. Fat food addiction is real and it is very hard to stop once you’ve become addicted. There is also new research that shows that excessive fast food actually causes a decrease in mental ability. Eating this food might lower reaction time and can actually make someone impatient. Excessive amounts of fast food have also been known to lower a persons self esteem and confidence. It makes it very hard for overweight or obese children to make new friends which could end up with them having behavioral problems. Even though fast food might be very tasty we must eat it in consideration and think of the consequences before eating it. Next time you decide to eat a burger from McDonalds or Wendy’s just take into consideration all that it could do to you. Fast food restaurants may be allowed to sell us their food but it is our choice to actually eat it.



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Nishad Rahman

despite the darkness, glowing strong through their individual challenges. Take a breath. Come to the shocking realization that every 12 minutes, one of those lights is disappearing. Forever. People are dying, and the cause is lack of adequate health coverage.


want you to picture a dollar bill. Think of the power this piece of cotton paper and ink has; the power to create, to destroy, to change. Then think about the fact that by the time you are done reading this, over 32 million dollar bills will be haphazardly strewn towards our healthcare system. But is this at least effective? No, it is not. In one year, roughly 45000 people will die due to lack of health insurance.


Let me start by putting this issue into perspective. Picture everyone you have ever loved. Throw in a pinch of the random people you pass on the streets every day, a dash of the helpful friendly faces at say, your local restaurant. Then stir in the faces of the strangers that you will never meet, the countless who fight and strive in our United States as you do. Allow their faces to coalesce into millions of burning lights, shining bright

Thus I say that our current standard of health is a diseased, pock-ridden mockery of a system. It smells of defecation and despair, feels like slimy, soiled sheets, tastes like jagged, broken dreams, and sounds like desperate pleas and hopeless tears. When you picture complete and abject failure, you should not picture a downturned, dejected face. You should picture the face of these United States, marred and scarred by the gouging gaping wound that is our pathetic healthcare system. The reason why? Every 12 minutes, another baby is crying for its mother, another mother is crying for her baby, another teenager, a teenager like us, is mourning the loss of a brother or sister.

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Can we truly say that this cannot be stopped? Can we truly justify this horrific rate of death? Absolutely not. Proposed government policies such as HR 676, the Expanded & Improved Medicare For All Act, can eradicate this horrific state of affairs. Here are the facts. This act would guarantee medical coverage for all citizens and visitors to the United States. No more people would die because they do not have insurance. HR 676 calls for an expansion of the current Medicare, creating a publicly funded, privately instituted system that allows free choice of doctors, hospitals, and insurers. It would even cover co-pays and deductibles. In other words, it would create universal healthcare in the United States, a universal healthcare like that found in France, the country with the best healthcare in the world. Is it perfect? Not quite; for example, it does not have the French system’s increase of coverage for chronic conditions like cancer and diabetes. But it does stop the major problem: that 48.6 million people were not medically insured in 2012. It will stop people from dying, people who could easily be your friends or relatives or you yourself. And if you think this issue is not your concern, remember that if you do not act, you become responsible through neglect for the deaths, the coldblooding killing, of thousands of people every year. You will know for the rest of your life, consciously or subconsciously, willingly or unwillingly, that you could have acted, and that the blood of countless innocents is on your hands because you

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chose not to. must be found, through compromise or riots or whatever it takes, or we lose all humanity and basic decency as we cold-heartedly and willingly slaughter our own citizens, the ones unfortunate enough to be uninsured and medically distressed. Now contrast that to the world that we live in now, the world in which one of those lights die every 12 minutes. Say we do act. Picture a world in which medical treatments are not a source of hassle or fear or bankruptcy or death. Picture the lights of your loved ones, your acquaintances, the strangers you will never know, picture them flickering weakly, and then picture them growing stronger, picture their renewed lives, the pain and tears and joy and laughter that they will once more be able to experience. Now I ask. If you had just 12 minutes to save a life, what

would you give? What would you sacrifice? Would you personally give food and water, would you personally sacrifice socializing and sleep? I will not ask that of you. But I will ask this question. Do you have the integrity and humanity to give some time to stop somebody from dying in 12 minutes? If your answer is yes, Google the word “healthcare” and educate yourself. When it is your turn to exercise your right to vote, ignore political lines and fancy words and focus on the substance. Make your decision accordingly. My challenge to each and every one of you is to look inside yourself, and see whether you have the basic human empathy, the basic human decency, to sacrifice just a little time to stop somebody’s death, to return life. That’s a question that each of you will have to answer. Millions of people, present and future generations, await your decision, desperate and without hope. Answer them.



Naveed Rahman

Out cast A beautiful, glorious day, detached from

worry, buoyant with liberty. Bracing breezes billow; scarlet scarves stream. The sun gleams down, steadily melting the ephemeral snow. The children frolic, giggling without cease. The School, that prison, has succumbed to the arctic chill, releasing its inmates into the streets, where they giggle and giggle at their newfound freedom. “A snowman!” exclaims a child. “Let’s build a snowman!” And like a colony of ants, the children scuttle, frantically gathering snow. The shape takes form: a corn cob pipe, a button nose, and two eyes made of coal. The children giggle at their creation. A child, separate from the rest, runs up. “Look, an old silk hat!” And he places the old silk hat upon the head of the snowman. A whirling whoosh of wintry wind. The group gasps. The giggling stops.panic. Panic. PANIC. Blinding light, engulfing sound, piercing air, chilling snow. Who what where when why?!?! Thrumming consciousness. breathe. Breathe. BREATHE.

over with a thin sheet of ice and see a reflection staring back at me. This Frosty Snowman, is this me? Interesting, this sense of identity. I realize that I am not alone, that my creators surround me. I gaze at the children with a smile and an upturned brow, pure joy etched across my face. The children gaze at me with a grimace and a downturned jaw, with pure horror etched across their faces. I examine their shrill faces with their gaping mouths and dilated pupils, their slouched postures and rapid breathing. Frightened? Of me? Why? Am I not one of them? To ease their concern, I begin to

I open the two eyes made of coal. I smell through the button nose. I taste the corn cob pipe. I feel the old silk hat upon my head. Ah, these are mine, the old silk hat, the corn cob pipe, the button nose, the two eyes made of coal. Mine. Fascinating, this idea of possession. I look down and notice a bedraggled broomstick, stark against the surrounding snow, alone. Without a second thought, I pick it up, and my persona is complete. I glance at a puddle glazed


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dance, shifting my weight from one foot to the other, my arms swinging, my face beaming, my eyes wrinkling, my mouth grinning, my body swaying rhythmically back and forth, back and forth. Remarkable, this sensation of movement. The children scream, their voices rising and Rising and RISING in pitch and volume. Their voices echo, perpetually INCREASING in frequency and amplitude. I stop, my face frozen, my limbs splayed, my body held perfectly and absolutely still. Why the frozen stares, the wild eyes, the pale faces? Can they not see my luminous smile, my undiluted happiness at this life they have given me? Can they not see how transient this life is? Why, then, do they not join me, laugh, play—while they still can? I enthusiastically say: “Let’s run, and we’ll have some fun now, before I melt away.” The children run. Eagerly, I follow. Down to the village, with a broomstick in my hand, running here and there, all around the square. Ah, is life not beautiful? To simply run, to laugh, to belong—are these not the greatest pleasures? With limbs pumping, head nodding at a constant pace, racing up to the masses ahead, I catch up to the slowest of the group, a small child running with limbs flailing, head bobbing at a frenetic pace, drifting behind the masses ahead. I tag him and say, “Catch me if you can.” I sprint forward, dodging and weaving my way through the throng, taking my position at the head of the crowd, my legs moving more and more quickly, my lungs—

if lungs are the appropriate term—drawing more and more hastily, my heart—if a heart is the appropriate term—beating more and more rapidly, the thrill of the chase pounding through me. My pursuers are drawing nearer, I can tell, I must move faster, faster. I turn the corner and chance to glance back. There is no one behind me. I gaze off into the distance, attempting to see beyond the glaring snow. My coal eyes finally spot the tumultuous children frantically running—frantically running away—from me. What is happening? They must be tired of this game. I call to them, declaring that they can choose the next one. They do not slow. Why? The realization dawns on me. They do not want to dance, to laugh, to play—at least, not with me. I am an outsider, banished from the folds of society, exiled from human love. I am something other. I do not belong. But I cannot surrender so easily. They are frightened of me, true, but only because they do not know me. True, they are considered humans, and I am considered a snowman. But my true self, beyond my external façade, is the same as them, is it not? I may not share the exact same thoughts, the exact same emotions, the exact same aspirations, but neither do any of the humans. They are dissimilar from each other in these regards, just as they are dissimilar to me. What makes my dissimilarity so much more insurmountable? What is this essential quality of humanity that seems to have escaped me? I am just as self-aware, just as sentient, just as eager for affection. I just need to show them, show them that, regardless of our various dissimilarities, we are essentially the same. I follow, my eyebrows arched, mouth slightly open, lips downturned, beseeching. They flee, their eyebrows unbowed, mouth seamlessly immobile, lips frozen, uncaring. Around and around the square we go, with me desperately trying to join the group, and them selfishly ensuring that I cannot. Why it so important to them that I not be inducted into their clique? For that matter, why is it so important for me that I do become a member of their group? It makes no sense, yet it seems that human and snowman alike indulge in this social ritual of cat-and-mouse. And for what purpose? Is this ceremony truly a valuable way for us to spend our precious time? And yet, here I am nonetheless, straining for acceptance and receiving only hostility.

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We stampede down the streets of town, and right to the traffic cop. He opens the two eyes made of soul. He smells through the upturned nose. He tastes the tobacco pipe. He feels the new wool helmet upon his head. Ah, these are his, the new wool helmet, the tobacco pipe, the upturned nose, the two eyes made of soul. He hollers “Stop!” I turn and flee, running with limbs flailing, head bobbing at a frenetic pace. I escape into supposed solace, only to find unrelenting solitude and merciless isolation. I reminisce on the traffic cop, with his new wool helmet, the tobacco pipe, the upturned nose, the two eyes made of soul. I glance once more at a puddle glazed over with a thin sheet of ice and see a reflection staring back at me. I dejectedly survey my old silk hat, my corn cob pipe, my button nose, my two eyes made of coal. Do the disparities in these characteristics make him fundamentally different from me? Is he truly my superior, because he is composed differently?

What designates him as a superior man, and me as a lowly snowman? Why are we not equals? The sun glares downward, eyes narrowed, lips tightened, eyebrows forming a vivid V. The heat builds and Builds and BUILDS, exceeding my level of tolerance and threshold for pain in mere moments. Layers of snow begin to bubble away, frothing, escaping in gaseous form, leaving me barren. The heat erupts into an inferno, sizzling, sweltering, and scalding; searing away the remnants of what was once Frosty the Snowman. The old silk hat, the corn cob pipe, the button nose, the two eyes made of coal: all begin to disintegrate. I have wasted my energy on the futile pursuit of societal adoration, and now—now, my time has come to pass. Was it worth it? In the final seconds, I glance at the bedraggled broomstick, my sole friend. And find that, in our alleged companionship—we were alone.

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IT Staffing Businesses & the new US Immigration Bill If your IT business has H-1B employees or if your business (irrespective of the field) routinely relies on services of H-1B contractors, you need to pay attention to this, because the IT consulting landscape will change for the worse with the new immigration reform passage, and could impact your business, UNLESS you act NOW. As part of the comprehensive immigration reform proposed in the Senate, the new bill contains restrictive provisions on outsourcing of H-1B workers, which would essentially prohibit companies that are “H-1B dependent” to contract for the services or placement of their H-1B employees to another company’s worksite. Because a significant number of IT staff augmentation companies are considered “H-1B dependent,” they will no longer be able to provide support to other US businesses by contracting for IT and other services that provide critical assistance to small and medium US businesses, which cannot to afford in-house IT or other specialized staff. Senator Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) has been advancing the interests of the high tech community and trying to improve the bill’s H-1B provisions in general; however, he has been faced with significant resistance from other interests. Senators who are championing the interests of H-1B employers need your support NOW.


Outsourcing is an after effect of Globalization that America championed for years. It is going to happen one way or the other but it is better to have US companies (whose employees pay federal and state taxes) providing outsourcing support to US businesses, than to rely on off-shore companies for the same purpose. If the new immigration reform tries to control IT outsourcing within USA, then the pace of external outsourcing will increase, meaning more US IT jobs shipped to India and other countries as a result of US lawmakers’ action and lack of vision. We need to wake them up to these facts now, before it is too late. Else, more jobs will go abroad and less tax dollars will benefit our country. IT work is the business of US IT companies, not dealing with immigration laws and government. They need the support of intermediary IT staff augmentation companies whose job is to make sure the necessary work force is available for the IT jobs to be done in US itself. If the government tries to cut that life source for the IT business here, they will either die or go abroad where these IT employees can he hired without having to worry about visas. It would also be less practical for small and medium US businesses to deal with offshore companies than with US businesses that are

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usually within their time zone and can provide them with IT support within the United States. Controlling outsourcing may result in a prohibitive increase of the salaries of IT workers here, which will hurt small and medium US business that are consumers of those services. This is the very basic supply and demand theory. IT salaries are already way too prohibitive for small companies to hire such employees. The government should not be in the business of inflating those salaries by controlling local IT outsourcing. Without your voice being heard and without someone showing

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them how these restrictions will hurt US companies, Congress will vote and make it our law. IT workers are mostly required for short time periods. The client companies cannot afford to hire them and keep them forever.

The consulting companies can bring them here, and make sure they are employed, by sending them to assignments that may be short term but that are vital for US client companies. That way companies can focus on their business, and the IT employees will have constant work, supporting a variety of small and medium US businesses. The basic premise of the reform is we need more IT workers here, so we are increasing the H-1B quota (allowing more visas to be issued). That is commendable and we support the increase of the quota, which removes the uncertainty for all businesses that

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want to employ H-1B workers. A recent random drawing/lottery that was conducted in early April by the US Government to select which H-1B cases will be selected for processing are detrimental for any serious business planning and make a mockery of our highly-skilled visa system. However, if you study the use pattern of H-1Bs, a significant percent is used by IT staff augmentation consulting companies now, not the end customers. If we increase the quota numbers but then discourage staff augmentation companies to do H-1B filings (by restricting their ability to contract for the work of their employees), the H-1B visa numbers will not be used enough so we are not solving the problem of IT worker shortage. Then why are we increasing the number in the first place. It is like increasing the catchment area for a hydroelectric power plant, and then decreasing the number of generators that really produces electricity. The production will go down not up. We need to show them these facts now, else it will be too late. The IT boom of the late 1990s was a result of easy access to IT workers at relatively affordable costs of such services. That was facilitated by the IT staffing companies, without whom the outsourcing to India might have started 10 years ago. We need to create a scenario like that where more IT workers will come into USA, so that more IT jobs will remain here. IT staffing companies are so critical in this mission, if you want to see any meaningful use of the H-1B quota increase. On April 17, 2013, Senate

negotiators (the so-called “Gang of Eight”) have introduced a bipartisan immigration bill (S.744) called the “Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act of 2013.” This 844-page bill would significantly overhaul U.S. immigration laws, covering a wide range of issues, including border security, temporary visas (such as H-1Bs and others), legalization of undocumented aliens, mandatory use of E-Verify by all employers, and the immigrant visa process. On May 22, 2013, the bill had already passed the Senate Judiciary Committee, even though 300 amendments have been introduced during the committee process. Therefore, this bill appears to be on a “fast track” and full Senate action is expected before the end of June. Further amendments can be introduced during floor debate so it is important to take action and try to influence the decision before it is final. Once it passes the Senate the only avenue we will have to modify the bill will be in the Congress. However, we need to employ people to lobby the Congress/ Senate for us, and that costs money. Even before the bill passes the Senate, further work will be needed in the House of Representatives to ensure that our interests are protected when the House starts to consider the immigration reform effort. Let’s come together create a fund that can help us to do this for us. If you think this matter is important for you and would like to participate in an effort to influence the process, I would like to hear from you. You can reach me via email at vinson@ or via phone at 703-568-8070.


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besity is an increasing health problem in the society today. Almost 13 million (16.9%) of U.S. children ages 2 to 19 are obese. Nearly one in three (31.8%) U.S childre (23.900,000) ages 2 to 19 are over weight or obese. Over one third (34.6%) of US Adults are obese (nearly 78 million adults). This information is from the American Heart Association. Being 20% over your ideal body weight is obese. It can lead to many health problems. The most important health could be Heart Disease. Obesity lowers your HDL Problem cholesterol or the cholesterol you need to avoid heart disease. Obesity is mainly caused

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These are choices you to make to reduce the risk of a stroke : avoide smoking and drinking too much alcohol. Eat a healthy, balanced diet, and get 30 minutes of exercise at least five days per week.

by taking in more calories than are used up in physical activity and daily life. When people eat too many calories, or too much saturated fat, Trans fat and cholesterol, their blood cholesterol level often rise, which increases the risk of heart diseases. Heart disease includes conditions affecting the heart, such as coronary heart disease, heart attact, congestive heart failure, and congential heart disease. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the U.S. keys to prevention include quitting smoking, lowering cholestrol, controlling high blood pressure, maintainging a healthy weight and excercising. Sourses American heart Association : obesity Information Heart. org. N.p., n.d. Web. 28 July 2013

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Water soluble fibers are beans, oatmeal, oat cereal, lentils, oranges, pears, apples, oat bran, strawberries, nuts, beans, dried peas, blueberries, cucumbers, celery, and carrots.

The Benefits of Dietary Fiber : For Your Heart, Weight, and Energy What is Dietary Fiber ? Dietary Fiber comes from the portion of plants that is not digested by enzymes in the intestinal tract or gut. Part of it, however may be metabolized or digested in the lower gut. Proven benefits of a high fiber diet include prevention and treatment of constipation, hemmorrhoids(a mass of dilated veins in swollen tissue at the margin of the anus or nearby within the rectum-usually used in plural-also called piles and diverticulosis (a condition of having small out pouching from the large intestine, the colon). In addition, certain types of fiber decrease blood cholesterol levels.

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How much fiber do you need ? Most of people get only about 15 grams of fiber per day in their diet. Dietary Guidelines (2005) for average people recomends about 25 grams for women under 50 and teenage girls. Teenage boys and men under 50 require 30-38 grams of dietry fiber Dailey.

Water soluble fibers slow the passage of food through the intestine and make you feel full, which help control weight. Slower stomach emptying may also affect blood sugar levels and have beneficial effect on insulin senstivity, which may help control diabetes. Soluble fibers can also help lower LDL(“bad”)blood cholesterol by interfering with the absorption of dietry cholesterol. Water insoluble fibers are whole wheat, whole grains, wheat bran, corn bran, nuts, brown rice, zucchini, broccoli, onions, tomatoes, carrots, cucumbers, seeds, green beans, dark leafy vegetables, raisins, grapes fruits and vegetables skins. Water

Types of fiber and their benefits : Different types of plants vary in their amount and kind of fiber. There are mainly two different types of fiber. 1. Water soluble fibers. 2. Water insoluble fibers.


What is Dietary Fiber ? Dietary Fiber comes from the portion of plants that is not digested by enzymes in the intestinal tract or gut. Part of it, however may be metabolized or digested in the lower gut. Proven benefits of a high fiber diet include prevention and treatment of constipation, hemmorrhoids(a mass of dilated veins in swollen tissue at the margin of the anus or nearby within the rectum-usually used in plural-also called piles and diverticulosis (a condition of having small out pouching from the large intestine, the colon). In addition, certain types of fiber decrease blood cholesterol levels.

through your gut. Insoluble dietary fiber may help reduce the risk of colon ccncer. The idea is based on information that insoluble fiber increases the rate at which wastes are removed from the body. This means the body may have less exposure to toxic substances during digestion.

How can you get fiber in your diet ? l Eat more whole fruit instead of fruit juice

How much fiber do you need ?

l Snack on raw vegetables.

Most of people get only about 15 grams of fiber per day in their diet. Dietary Guidelines (2005) for average people recomends about 25 grams for women under 50 and teenage girls. Teenage boys and men under 50 require 30-38 grams of dietry fiber Dailey.

l Start your day with a bowl of bran or other high-fiber cereal.

Types of fiber and their benefits : Different types of plants vary in their amount and kind of fiber. There are mainly two different types of fiber. 1. Water soluble fibers. 2. Water insoluble fibers. Water soluble fibers are beans, oatmeal, oat cereal, lentils, oranges, pears, apples, oat bran, strawberries, nuts, beans, dried peas, blueberries, cucumbers, celery, and carrots. Water soluble fibers slow the passage of food through the intestine and make you feel full, which help control weight. Slower stomach emptying may also affect blood sugar levels and have beneficial effect on insulin senstivity, which may help control diabetes. Soluble fibers can also help lower LDL(“bad”)blood cholesterol by interfering with the absorption of dietry cholesterol. Water insoluble fibers are whole wheat, whole grains, wheat bran, corn bran, nuts, brown rice, zucchini, broccoli, onions, tomatoes, carrots, cucumbers, seeds, green beans, dark leafy vegetables, raisins, grapes fruits and vegetables skins. Water insoluble fibers are considered gut healthy fiber because they have a laxative effect and add bulk to the diet, helping prevent constipation. They pass through the gastrointestinal tract relatively intact, and speed up the passage of food and waste


l Eat a vegetarian meal at least once a weak.

l Read labels and look for the word “whole’’ before any grains on the ingredient list. l Add nuts and seeds into soups, salads and stews.

Conclusion 1. Fiber may be beneficial in treating and preventing constipation, hemmorrhoids, and diverticulosis. 2. Food containing dietary fiber includes fruits, vegetable, nuts and grains. 3. Water soluble fiber helps decrease blood cholesterol levels, control diabetes, control weight and control bad cholesterol(LDL) 4. Water soluble dietary fiber helps prevent constipation and colon cancer. 5. Include a variety of high foods in the diet. Sources : Stavin J. Journal of the Americal Dietetic Association, 2008 ; col 108: pp 1716-1731 Mellen, P. Nutrition, Metabolism &Cardivascular Diseases, May 2008 ; vol 18 (40: pp 283-290.2005 Dietary Guidlines for Americans. Institute of Medicine of the National Academics. Dietary Reference intake for Energy, carbohydrates, Fiber, Fat, Fatty Acids, Cholesteol, Protein, and Amino Acids (National Academic Press, 2005) Colbrado State University Extension, Food and Nutrition Series/Health.

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Serving Sizes Fiber (grams) Bread, cereals, grains White Bread 1 slice Whole grain bread 1slice 100% All bran 1/2 cup Corn Flakes 1 cip Shredded Wheat 2 bisbuits Oatmeal cooked 1cup Rice, brown, cooked 1cup Rice, white, cooked 1/3 cup

0.6 1.7 8.8 0.7 5.5 4 3.5 0.6

Fruit(fresh unless noted otherwise) Apple with skin Apricots Banana Blackberries Dates Grapes Grapefruit, pink and red Grapefruit, white Melon, canataloupe Nectarine Orange Peach pear pineapple plums prunes, dried Raisins Strawberries

1 large 3.3 1 0.7 1 3.1 1cup 7.6 5 3.3 10 n/a one half 2 one half 1.3 1 cup 1.4 1 2.3 1 small 3.1 1 1.5 1 medium 5.1 1 cip 2.2 1 small 0.9 5 3 1 cup 5.4 1 cup 3.3

Vegetables Beans, baked, canned, plain Beans, green, cooked Beets, canned Broccoli, raw Cabbage, raw Carrots, raw Cauliflower, raw celery, raw Corn, yellow, cooked Lentils, cooked Lettuce, romaine, raw Lettuce, iceberg, raw Peas, boiled Peas, split

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1 cup 1 cup 1 cup 1 cup 1 cup 1 cup 1 cup 1 cup 1 cup 1 cup 1 cup 1 cup 1 cup 1 cup

10.4 4 2.9 2.3 1.6 3.1 2.5 1.9 3.9 15.6 1.2 1.7 4.5 16.3

Nadia Nazar

Ramadan The juicy smoothies… It’s the smell of Ramadan. Muslims praying Allahu Akbar… It’s the sound of Ramadan. Muslims kneeling down to pray… It’s the vision of Ramadan. The spicy and sweet Indian feast… It’s the taste of Ramadan. The warmth of hot pans… It’s the touch of Ramadan Within my soul, I am a Muslim that loves


Kairali souvenir 2013  
Kairali souvenir 2013