I've never been in this deep with someone, nor have I cared to, and I've never had someone wholeheartedly be patient with me, caring, and love me back. You're a different breed and it's frankly, frightening. I'm afraid to love you because I'm afraid I'll lose myself in the process. But I do anyway, and I perpetuate that fear by overcompensating for you. I go the extra mile to show you my feelings because I can't say them. I know that I choke you with that sometimes too. I'm not the best at this, but again, you're patient, caring, and love me, somehow.
You may be wondering what exactly this article is, and what cryptography is. That's what I am trying to tell you here. Cryptography is everywhere, and in a sense, it's the only way for people to remain completely private about certain things. Cryptography is a lock you put on your information that only you have the key to. The word Cryptography comes from the Greek Kryptos, meaning secret, and -ography meaning the study of. The study of secrets.
HIV and AIDs is by far the worst epidemic we’ve seen in the 21st century. Approximately 1 in 4 people are infected and many cultures are affected without the healthcare to prevent or care for the people who have the disease. The prevalence for the disease in our language is lackluster when compared to cancers, heart disease, or even Alzheimer’s, however that further portrays this disease as the silent and deadly killer that we associate with it. Often going unsaid, those effected will suffer through stages of depression and hopelessness. The people around them will also be brought down, and there is not much support available for HIV/AID’s patients. After the epidemic increases to a legitimate danger to life & health of the immediate region effected, then those support programs will pop up. For example, AVERT & UNAIDS are doing great work in containing and supporting those who are affected and their families in highly infected regions of the world, such as South Africa.