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By Peter Wek Mabiordit, Juba, South Sudan

Peter Wek Mabioordit, the author, is a South Sudanese poet and researcher. His areas of interest include business administration, women empowerment, poverty alleviation, cultural diversity and peaceful coexistence in the society.

Peter Wek Mabioordit, the author, is a South Sudanese poet and researcher. His areas of interest include business administration, women empowerment, poverty alleviation, cultural diversity and peaceful coexistence in the society

Friday, January 11, 2019 (PW) — Peace is a precious gift from God. It bears positivity and hope in the hearts of the poor and comforts the marginalized. Peace does not promote tribalism or hatred. It is an advocate of unity and progress. Peace does not seek vengeance for the wrongs done.

It builds a common boundary of love, trust and understanding. For peace to exist in our country South Sudan, we must initiate the spirit of love and forgiveness right from within our families. A family that is guided by the principles of peace values the contributions made by all its members.

It sows the seeds of contention and resolves differences amicably. In a God-fearing family, violence and rivalry are not practiced. Similarly, a strong nation is the one in which love, unity, freedom of expression and association are observed. (more…)

South Sudan: Love has no Tribe

Posted: July 22, 2018 by PaanLuel Wël Media Ltd. in Junub Sudan, Peter Wek Mabioordit

By Peter Wek Mabiordit, Juba, South Sudan

Peter Wek Mabioordit, the author, is a South Sudanese poet and researcher. His areas of interest include business administration, women empowerment, poverty alleviation, cultural diversity and peaceful coexistence in the society.

Peter Wek Mabioordit, the author, is a South Sudanese poet and researcher. His areas of interest include business administration, women empowerment, poverty alleviation, cultural diversity and peaceful coexistence in the society

Saturday, July 21, 2018 (PW) —  Love is a feeling which resides deep in our souls. We express it through smiles, handshakes, behaviors or actions and inform of writing. The most important characteristic of love is that it has no tribe. True love has the power of bringing people together irrespective of their tribe, religion or political affiliation; only that it should be given a chance to lead us in the right direction. God created love and planted it in our hearts out of mercy and as human beings we have no right to deny it.

Since it was created without boundaries and tribe, love had done wonders and will continue to do them as long as we keep on track. Despite all the hardships that we’re currently facing in our country, we need to stand in love as South Sudanese irrespective of our ethnicities. If we have tolerance for each other, we’ll be in position to face all challenges with real endurance and patience. (more…)