Indian Widows are Valuable
Aaron's Staff is working to highlight issues concerning the dignity of women in South Asia. It is no secret that Indian Widows have been discarded for centuries and considered a loss without their husbands. We believe that every human being is valuable and being widowed is not cause for ending ones life and usefullness. Although the British banned the practice of Saty and India today upholds that ban, the cultural roots of Indian thinking continue to persist, minimizing the value of widows in society today.
Aarons Staff NGO, actively engages a global community populated by people of diverse ethnic, relgious, and cultural realities. We often seek to find common points of need that eminate from the human commonality of the multiplex humanity we encounter. Though people's differences are highlighted and exploited by the media, in truth, we all breath the same air, need the same water, have family roots, have hopes and dreams of living in a better world where peace and love are the rule of law. The Sikhs in Punjab are one example of a misunderstood people who strive to by-pass the communal tensions of religion and live in peace with their neighbors. Read more about Sikhs here.
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