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Please take a moment of your time to look at this post
It is from my dear friend , a neighbour and triathlete buddy is supporting the Muslim Kidney Action Association (MKAC) Ramadan appeal.
He has pledge to donate $100 to the association for this coming Muslim festive season but that is not all, he will do this when he finds 10 runners to run 10km, if you are keen to help in this charity donation, do drop me a comment and I will relay this message to him, as you know he already have one runner on board and no question who that is. You can be anywhere in the World to do this.
1) Drop me a comment below that you are keen
2) Ensure you are fairly healthy and able to walk/run 10km
3) Once you have done so, please submit an email to me at email@example.com and I will publish all 10 runners in the post later on when we make the donation. (make sure you are in your workout attire ok)
4) BLESS YOUR SOUL, KARMA 100x returned as I believe in it !!
but before you start thinking that my friend Zurairi is some power triathlete, please read his story here
Story taken from http://www.liveon.sg
Zurairi Bin SamsuddinI’m married with 2 children, one is 3 years old and the younger one has just turned one.I’m a teacher in a primary school, teaching English, Math and Music.My worries started when my kidney failed in 2007. I started dialysis, but I got tired easily and had to stop work. Since I could not do a lot of things, my whole family had to take care of me.I felt bad about being dependent on other people, even if they were my closest family members. It was a frustrating time for me, to be so helpless and to feel useless. My family was still very young. How could I keep up with these challenges for the rest of my life?That was when I decided that dialysis was not for me.I wanted to be the one supporting my family. I wanted to be strong again, and that meant opting for an organ transplant.
My doctor educated my family and I on the procedure involved and the options that were available to us, such as getting a kidney from a living donor who is a family member.
I count myself fortunate that my family was calm about the whole matter and gave their full support. My parents and my parents-in-law went for the blood test and my mother-in-law turned out to be a suitable match.
My transplant took place in January 2008. I recovered quickly and went back to school to teach in May 2008.
To me, organ donation is really the gift of life. I regained my freedom to do anything and everything. I can work again and support my family, and repay them for the love and support they have shown me.
Please do share this post with your colleagues or friends, Do support the Kidney patients. It would not hurt to do some good in some part of our lives. If you would like to donate, please see the below response form or either drop me a comment.