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A Call to Action

A Call to Action

By Win Quier "Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.” This is the famous quote from our 35th president, John F. Kennedy. It was a call to action and compelled many to start doing good deeds for their fellow countrymen. We

Prioritizing Others #payitforward

Prioritizing Others

 By Pyro The whole notion of putting others over oneself – inspiring stuff right? Be it helping someone up if they have fallen or helping someone find something they’ve lost – it may often seem rather minor or insignificant. But it adds up. The problem is that we as a society have

The 7 Day Challenge

The 7 Day Challenge #7daychallenge

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

Anti-bullying tips for children

Bullying is a big problem in our schools today. However, bullying has always been a problem. The main differences between bullying today from the past are the nature of the bullying and the violence that occurs in the aftermath. Cyberbullying is becoming a popular and more destructive form of bullying

Going Paperless: The Why & How

Going Paperless: The Why & How

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

#RAK: Random Acts of Kindness

Random Acts of Kindness

By Victoria Holland Many often say “Nothing we do matters,” and this often becomes an excuse to act in a less than kind manner and treat others in a less than kind fashion, because of one's belief in a lack of repercussions. But if this  is true - that there is no greater meaning

Volunteering Abroad: The How-To’s

Volunteering abroad is a very rewarding way to spend your gap year or vacation, and it is not difficult to find work as a volunteer abroad and both give and receive benefits for doing so. You will not only find the experience rich and rewarding, but also help those living

All About Women

As the Sydney Opera House continues to expand its Talk and Ideas program, the All About Women festival has firmly entrenched itself as one of the flagship offerings. Now in its fourth year, the festival aims ‘includes talks and debates on ideas that matter to women and provides an important

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