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Action Over Expectation : Getting out of our heads

Action Over Expectation

By Kelly Johnston The price of High Expectations Exploring the idea of living inside our heads and the importance of making it real to contribute to the world. Action Over Expectation Expectation can thwart what we do in our lives. When we raise the bar too high we second guess even taking that

Save The Bees!

Save the bees

By Jully Kemp Stings from bees hurt but losing the bees eternally sure hurts more. A lot of people find it difficult to believe that bees are actually very important to human beings. Believe it or not, 1 out of every 3 food item we eat was gotten from a

Free Rice Project – Help Fight Hunger.

Every single day, we are caught up fighting our own battles, and often underestimate those which face others. Be it someone’s battle to fight their urge to spend extra so they could save some more for their family or trying harder to get better grades in college, to earn a decent

Virtual Volunteering: Helping Others From Your Home

Many people would love to get more involved in volunteer work, but it can be difficult, especially when you're already so busy with your own life. That's where virtual volunteering comes in. There are many ways (both large and small) to help your fellow humans right from your own computer. Being

Tips for Fundraising Auctions

Nowadays a person can find everything on the Internet and can purchase the thing of their necessity by visiting the website of these stores. People have not only opened online store but also has opened sites that helps in fundraising. A person can find websites of several charitable organizations, which

Without the Gift of Sight

Without the Gift of Sight

Glass half full – a phrase often used, and rarely fully appreciated. We often pay more heed to what’s missing in our lives than what we should be grateful for. An example may be the sense of sight - rarely perceived as an asset or a gift. But for many

Volunteering Holidays

By Sean Lee During holidays, most of us are craving for a time to relax and enjoy with family and friends – be it a short travel abroad or a luxurious cruise across the Caribbean. Alongside with this need to indulge ourselves a bit, sometimes we also tend to become materialistic

SLAVERY: Together we can end it

Slavery: Together we can end it

Let’s be the generation to stand up for the 27 million men, women and children trapped in slavery around the world today. In brothels. In factories. In mines. On street corners. In homes. In the shadows, hidden. Yet out in broad daylight, in plain sight here in America. Stand with

Help Kids with Cancer

By BC Phillips One of the darker elements of human nature is our propensity to seek out reasons to avoid helping others. It’s easy to maintain our sense that we are good and just when an external factor is present that makes the misfortunes of others due to their own faults.

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