World AIDS Day, 2005

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It may seem that music, work, and life and general is on my mind 24/7, but it’s not. You see, the world is not a perfect place. The world is larger, much larger, than just music, more extensive than the workplace.

There’s a four letter word out there that’s been a debilitating force. Its complete name is the Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. You may know it as AIDS. Even though this is World AIDS Day, we can’t merely dismiss this day as something that affects ourselves – and the entire world – to just one day.

AIDS is here.
All day, every day.
There is no cure yet so it won’t just go away.

So don’t stop.

I can’t, and I won’t.

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  1. World AIDS Day

    HIV and AIDS around the World People living with HIV and AIDS 40.3 million Adults 38.0 million Women 17.5 million Children under 15 2.3 million New HIV cases in 2005 4.9 million Adults 4.2 million Children under 15 700,000 AIDS…

  2. Thank you EJ for keeping us informed…I watched a great special not long ago on HBO “Pandemic” which featured AIDS all over the world…It was incredible…And it made me dig for more information….We really need to be aware locally and globally…Thank you EJ…

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