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Thursday, 27 December 2012


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I'm glad these schools have been built. I'm so glad this has worked out for the children most of all. Malawi needs all the help it can get.

I knew she could get it done, I'm so proud of her. Congratulations and best of luck to those kids.


Bravo Madonna! It's Wonderful to hear about Madonna putting her spiritual beliefs into practical actions- this is the side of Madonna I LOVE the most, 'INSPIRATIONAL MADONNA'!! I find it disappointing that the mainstream media rarely talk about & praise Madonna for her many charitable works- when we are forever hearing about Angelina & Oprah's good works! Madonna has been charitable for her entire career- this is evident in a previous article on this website about 'Santa Baby' a charity single from 1985 (as well as 'Live Aid' from that same year)- I could go on & on but I won't, suffice to say Madonna has an ongoing positive track record regarding charitable deeds that appear to go unmentionted in the mainstream media. Madonna's artistic/ theatrical desire at times to push peoples buttons with her work tends to cast a complete shadow over her many, many good works- Madonna should receive a medal from the Queen (the other one, not herself!) for her good works, I mean Mick Jagger & Elton John have titles/awards, so I think it's long overdue!!!

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