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AbdelRahman Siddig

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What is the most painful lesson you experienced and you wish other people to avoid your experience

Some people when came a cross painfull experience they wish every one in the face of the Earth get the same level of pain
other people they wish all other people to avoid such pain
The Question is
What is the most painful lesson you experienced and you wish other people to avoid your experience?
what did you learned?
and what people should to avoid the same situation?

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Closing Statement from AbdelRahman Siddig

We can not avoid the feeling of pain it good feeling if we know how to use it
and as the wisdom says " there is hiden treasure buried inside each tragedy"
but we can learn from each other mistakes and save time and efforts

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    May 1 2012: Painful is to see wrong and not be able to make it right. I know so many people suffering because they have been wronged by the society, their own family, friends or love; for religion, cast creed or money. They do nothing because they fear to lose them. I try to give them the support to fight for what is right, but somehow it never works out.

    I have realized that I can't fight someone else's fight for them. What's painful is that I am not able to give them the hope.

    As Brian Cerda here said "Giving up is harder on you than continuing on". I hope this message goes to all of them so they stand up against the wrong.


    My personal experience: Injustice in the name of religion/community. For someone's notion of a closed knit community and religious tenets, I'm in a state of dispair.

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