Empowering Youth in Rural Uganda with AAHN

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The future of poor children in Nepal living along the street is in darkness. Due to a lack of education these children have stolen loot, have addictions, have gone the way of crime. Because alienating get them from all over the place. These children need love and peace.

Under this project, the festival will provide street poor children dinner and gifts given at a good hotel. There will be cutting of cake, face painting, driving electric cars, sharing of gifts, singing and dancing. The kids will have rice, meat, chicken and ice cream in their diet and a soft drink. Dinner and gifts for Street poor children life will become a golden memory.

WeBelieve project ”Provide food & clothes to poor street children in India” This exposure will enable kids relax, share gifts, share their experiences, and tell stories in a wonderful new environment outside home for one day with the WeBelieve volunteers. Dinner and gifts for Street poor children will become a golden memory. Everything we do for these kids now will never be erased from their memories.

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Titian, ‘Bacchus and Ariadne’, 1520–3

Titian, taking both Classical poets Catullus and as sources, depicts the moment when the love-struck god and mortal’s eyes meet. Bacchus is so moved by the sight of Ariadne that he leaps impulsively, in a quite remarkable and unprecedented pose, out of his carriage towards his new love. In a brief space of time she is transported from losing her lover to finding a greater love. Her balletic pose and swirling red scarf mirrors the posture of Bacchus, reinforcing their immediate attraction.

Bacchus is followed by his rowdy retinue of satyrs and wood nymphs which are, as might be expected of friends of the god of wine, shown carousing and merrymaking. Titian excels in the meticulous detail applied to every section of the canvas, from the exotic cheetahs and the botanically accurate caper flowers, to the yellow fabric and urn in the foreground on which he chose to paint his signature.

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