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Erle Frayne Argonza's Comments

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At 12:35pm on April 7, 2008, George Ansa Duke said…
Guy, was on your website, Twas great what you represent and i hope you're true to those philosophical lyricles, hope you move ahead soon and let me know how i can be of assistance. You're my best best friend so far.
George.
At 11:19pm on April 14, 2008, Leticia Miana said…
Hi, thanks for the invite. I'd be glad to join your group. I have yet to complete my page, and your invitation is encouraging.
At 12:25am on April 23, 2008, Ashok Sharma said…
Thanks for the invite. I am on the foothills of Himalayas in India with focus on environment, creating model sustainable communities. Manage my network compaigns on improvement projects that can bring abundance in lives of resource startved communities. However, I am myself resource starved and barely manage my day to day living !

Wish you well

Ashok
India
ashokindian@gmail.com
preserve.env@gmail.com
At 4:47am on April 28, 2008, Katie Fewings said…
Hi Erle,
I will certainly add you! If you can spread the word about our Responsible Tourism Awards we would really appreciate it - www.responsibletourismawards.com - we want to find as many worthy nominees as possible.
Best,
Katie
responsibletravel.com
At 9:16pm on May 1, 2008, Jan Herder said…
Hello Erle, thank you for the warm welcome. I am just begining to explore your site and discussions and look forward to participating. It is great to see the global community you have connected with.
Thanks,
Jan
At 9:37am on May 5, 2008, Nora Mustacisa said…
Hi Erle,
Thanks for the invitation. Am still trying to explore what's in this site, looks very interesting though. Internet is quite difficult in this part of the world but i will keep in touch.

Cheers,
Nora
Malawi Africa
At 3:30am on May 6, 2008, CECare said…
Yes, it is true that there is no shortage of rice in the country. Businessmen just hold their rice for an increase in price. But actually the granaries are filled with stocks. It is so amazing why it is declared that there is rice shortage.
At 4:50am on May 7, 2008, Daniel Roberts said…
Erle,

Good to make your acquaintance. You are in Manila?

Kind regards,
Daniel
At 1:10am on May 8, 2008, SPHP GLOBAL NETWORK said…
hi ERLE,

It looks like you are one of those I am supposed to meet through this site.

Let's explore how we can learn from one another and collaborate as well on specific programs/projects for our Motherland and our people.

Due to outstanding commitments, I have a stringent schedule for visiting specific sites. For direct communication, you can send email to pmcsi.phils@gmail.com with CC to pmcsi_phils@yahoo.com That way, whichever Inbox is scheduled to be opened, I will immediately notice the ones you send.

Cheers!

JM
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At 4:15am on May 10, 2008, PRINCE said…
Thanks very much for your comment and i hope will share alot in our effort to change the world.God bless you
At 11:24am on May 12, 2008, Marissa Berg said…
Thank you so much for the comment. I am glad to be part of the network.
At 3:31pm on May 16, 2008, gerard oude hergelink said…
Dear Earle, thank you so much for inviting me for your friendship. Although I could not read every paper and comment of you, Isee that you're very much involved in the things that I was when an anthropological student. From an But I still have my ideals and wishes for the next generations. So maybe we can keep on walking in the same traces? Thank you once again, gerard.o.h..
At 3:37pm on May 16, 2008, gerard oude hergelink said…
Sorry, my comment came through really mutilated. So once again: Dear Earle, thank you so much for inviting me for your friendship. Although I could not read every paper and comment of you, I see that you are very much involved in the things that I was involved in when I was an anthropological student at Amsterdam University. From an optimistical person in that years I became a cynical pessimist. But still I've got some ideals and wishes for the next generations. So let's try to walk in the same traces, O.K. ? Thank you once again, gerard.o.h..
At 11:24am on May 20, 2008, George Ansa Duke said…
I notice people are so economical with truth when it comes to public hearing even in forums such as these where one physical presence is absent or are we to admit we are all ignorant or fearful. It raises the core question of what are societies values, their governments and systems and the humans therein VALUES? Money (paper storage of energy/medium of exchanges) more than their fellow being. The current human development ethics was founded on Survival and struggles, fight and flight, competition and oppresion now cynically merged in a light sounding and misleading term "Capitalizm". This simply closes up the illusive margin that humans species are farther than advanced other animal species. As at this point in history we are still in the beginning, truly life is circlical.
Westernization and its theory of Democracy and capitalizm are all evidences before our own eyes except we choose to be willingly ignorant, in areas where they're been adopted as civilization and advancement into the abyss of these primitive struggles.
I might be wrong and stand being corrected.
George Duke.
At 11:41pm on May 22, 2008, P.V.Baiju said…
The comment on volunteerism is fine. I would wirte on teh same on this side of earth later
At 9:06am on May 23, 2008, Yermande said…
greetings appreciate the invite to friends. thanks
until then...blessings...
At 11:08am on May 23, 2008, David Kaplan said…
Thanks for the encouragement. I look forward to reading your articles and sharing best practices. If you ever need any advice please do not hesitate to ask.
At 7:33pm on May 23, 2008, Tracy Alves said…
Hi Earle, Thank you for welcoming me to this website. I have recently completed a post graduate diploma in development studies. The concept of Development is a very interesting and important concept, especially in this new era of global warming and high food prices.

I will soon be embarking on a research/ fact finding mission, which will involve 'the reasons behind high food prices'.
At 2:17am on May 24, 2008, VINCENT NDEDA said…
thanks for leaving a comment on ma profile. ok, am looking for individuals or organizations that work with women and childrns to help develop kenya. I would love to know more a bout what ur doing. thatnl. lets keep it up.
At 2:10am on May 25, 2008, Kenneth Westling said…
Hi! Thanks for the comment and sorry it has taken me so long to respond. Thanks for the input regarding the solar tsunami article. I have heard so many things about tsunamis and climate change, including "sun spots" that might be the cause of global warming. I don't know how much I believe in these theories but it is always interesting to hear other input. Good luck and keep posting the great articles.

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