As loosing her interest in mainly every other area in her life, she decides to carry on learning the adventurous life of Wachiwi, who got stollen from Dakota Sioux by an other tribe. The sudden turns of both the women's lives unfolding in the well-written story, made me relate to them deeply.
How do you face with those days when your mind is about to freak out? What do you usually do calm yourself and just get your life going?
One of those days, when you feel clumsy and dumb? That’s all right. It happens with everyone, or is it?
Is everything pointless? - some days it’s ok to be down. Accept that life is a circle: keeps us constantly running around.
Do you tend to find some guru's idea of life more appealing then others? Do you have your favorite technique to figure out your life's purpose? Maybe a self-help book on the selves? Then I am pretty sure you are a seeker.
Today I was blessed with a chance to understand a point of view which is on the extreme other side of what is mine: white pride? or what is that called? I have no clue but I'll try to explain.
I more believe it is about finding ourselves first, before investing so much into an other person. Love relationship is just too hard. to me to understand... That is life.. c'est la vie..
Today I attempted to learn from my past, by asking a former leader of mine whom with we continuously quarreled, what was the problem?
Over the border of your comfort zone, it's a better you standing, whispering to you through your instincts to follow a path you had never planned for.
It is so easy to lose track of the importance of a relationship, until it is gone and you are reminded of it by it's absence.
April’s challenge is to post every day in my blog. It’s basically about my way of pushing myself. Last year in May I’ve done the same and I found it extremely motivating... let’s see what’s this new month bringing to me?!? 🙏🏼
Read more about my realizations while on a 2 months mission working on SDG 3 (Good Health and Well-being) as a volunteer in the world’s most developed country: the United States.
On my one year long journey in Benin Republic, West Africa I had the privilege to meet and live on the same street with a social entrepreneur who is already saving the children of her nation from dying in malnutrition.
She is the mummy of Benin and also of my team of 6, as she constantly helped us out from real pressing issues. I am forever grateful to her to feed us when we had nothing or barley anything to eat for months...
Wonder if one individual can even make any difference for the Sustainable Development Goals of UN? Yes, one can do a lot. Read more to get inspired for doing some acts of kindness for the betterment of the world.
Why are we not in peace as humankind? Why we can’t transform our social system for better? What is holding us back?
Well done Robert. I’m actually doing the same training with #FutureLearn.
Let’s see how learning about podcasting will shape my story telling skills 💪🏼
Good afternoon from Dublin – those who follow me on Facebook will be familiar with this greeting. For the next few weeks, I’ll be taking small steps into the world of podcasting through the Open University FutureLearn.
I hope to post or blog my steps as the course progresses.
Learn facts about the unequal universe of girl child. What can you do to ease the weight? Send a girl to school. How? Find out more from the article about the United Nations International Day of Girl Child.
Il t'arrive de t'inquieter inutilement?
Lis cette methode en 5 points que je me suis appliquée pour etre plus calme.