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 Wendy Appleyard
A[dropcap] friend of mine gave blood – she didn’t want to – once finished she delighted in telling everyone all the details - right down to the kind of biscuit she was served afterwards. It was like her deed was done now, she had crossed that off her
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
What is Right Speech? Saying the right thing to a person? It is that and more. It's a way to improve your life and those around you by making sure your speech is calm, thoughtful and helpful.
Sometimes saying the right thing can be difficult. Even choosing the right thing to
What’s the single most important asset in the social sector? People. And to get more specific, our people. Our established leaders, our up-and-coming leaders, and our professionals that have committed themselves to a life of hard work and passion. Our secret weapon is our leaders that have the know-how, the
By Ramelle Lewis
Growing up, I knew my family was different.
When I was very young, I didn't realise that different didn't necessarily mean 'bad', or 'wrong'. I just knew that my family would never conform to the nuclear bloc of Mum, Dad and child. I had Mum, and later Ava*, my
Most people are happy to help the needy, but with a large number of charities around the world, each with its own compelling cause, it’s difficult to sift through all the charities to find out which one deserves your donation the most. We have compiled a list of 10 small
By Simone Ravenscroft
We all judge each other - this is a fact of life. I believe I speak for the majority when I say, if you can genuinely look someone in the eyes and say you have NEVER passed judgment on another person in any way, you would be lying.
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.
By Janice Lim
Have any of you ever been approached by someone entreating with you to donate some money, to help a cause, to save a rainforest or to help sick animals? Have any of you, like me, felt like you sympathized with the cause, but at the same time felt