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
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
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
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
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.
Paper consumptions has almost tripled since the year 1960 and in spite of global warming, people are using papers aggressively in their daily routines. It is to be estimated that over 2500 trees are shredded to provide 10 million pages. The need of the hour is to go paperless and
While our heart may melt at the sight of an adorable dog and we may spend hours watching cat videos on YouTube, we often - knowingly or unknowingly - turn a blind eye to the very serious issue of animal cruelty plaguing modern-day society. Our ever increasing focus on commerce and
It is often the smallest of things we do that ends up meaning the world to someone. While we can't all put on the proverbial cape and save the world, it doesn't take much to go that extra mile every now and then, and have a positive impact. Join us
By James Yasin
Shell chose simply to pay a £29.4Mn fine, rather than clean up its operations.
In addition to the wilful destruction of the earth perpetrated by corporations like Shell, we see year on year, accidental destruction of habitats and the beauty of the planet in spills like Deepwater Horizon, Exxon
By Paul Redman
This is all about doing something good to help someone else. My name is Paul and for some years I have been very interested in health issues. This interest in health led me on to looking at people with kidney failure and how it affects their lives having