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mandela

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A symbolic design, usually created from dyed sand or painted wood, which symbolises the wisdom from a deity and helps a person in the Buddhist construct tap into the healing powers of the mind through meditation.
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Many people and organizations around the world take part in many activities to promote Nelson Mandela Day.
Mandela Day is a global call to action for citizens of the world to take up the challenge and follow in the formidable footsteps of Mandela, a man who transformed his life, served his country and freed his people.
Mandela, the first president of South Africa in the post-apartheid era, died aged 95 last December.
Despite little physical likeness to Mandela, Idris Elba's portrayal of Mandela is convincing.
4 TERRENCE HOWARD (2011) - Howard played a young version of the late statesman in Winnie Mandela, which starred Jennifer Hudson in the title role.
Many feared that freeing Mandela would mean just that.
Coun Bore said: "Many of you will remember, and for those who don't, Nelson Mandela visited Birmingham in 1993.
El gobierno blanco reprimia a sangre y fuego a los manifestantes, por lo que en 1961 Mandela fundo una organizacion Umkhonto we Sizwe (Lanza de la Nacion) con la cual paso a la lucha armada.
In 1962 Mandela was arrested, convicted of conspiracy to overthrow the state, and sentenced to life imprisonment in the Rivonia Trial.
Present at the launch, at the Nelson Mandela Foundation were Mr Mandela's wife Graca Machel, his daughter Makaziwe Mandela, grandson Ndaba Mandela and other members of the family.
aACAyWe are indebted to the Islamic Revolution', Mandela proclaimed.
CAPE TOWN, South Africa - In death, Nelson Mandela unified South Africans of all races and backgrounds Sunday on a day of prayer for the global statesman - from a vaulted cathedral with hymns and incense to a rural, hilltop church with goat-skin drums and barefoot dancing.