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You really can, "Be the change you want to see in the world." as Ghandi suggests. Catherine Trotter has 12 years of experience in Project Management and Strategic Planning. During her career she has serviced the business community in Maryland, D.C. and Virginia. Ms. Trotter is presently the founder of House of New Beginnings, a 501C3 non-profit organization in Maryland. Ms. Trotter has acquired experience in organizing community based programs, neighborhood safety team meetings and building networks between community residents, businesses, schools and churches.
Catherine will talk about her book, Community Engagement from Concept 2 Implementation "8 Steps to Unlocking Your Creative Ideas".
What is your vision for your family? Is it to have work-life balance and to raise happy, healthy, well-balanced and capable children?
If so how are you going to achieve this?
Anyone who has achieved something great in life started with an inspiring vision. Ghandi had a vision of peace, Martin Luther King Jn's powerful speach began with "I have a dream". Oprah Winfry, said "As a young child, I had a vision, not of what I wanted to accomplish, but I knew that my current circumstances would change." and of course change they have. These are just some of the many people who we admire and have fulfilled or continue to live their inspirational visions.
So what is your vision of parenthood? What are your hopes and dreams for your children?
We know from research that people who have written down goals are more likely to achieve them than those who don't. Think of something you have achieved in your life that you are proud of. Did you hold the vision of its completion and the rewards in your mind. Were you inspired to get up every day and do one more thing that would get you closer to your achieveing your goal? And then one day you came to the realisation that "you did it"... all the hard work and effort paid off.
If we are unclear about our vision of parenthood and our vision for our children, we will just continue to muddle our way through without a clear direction or purpose. We leave our children's future to chance!
If you want to have an inspirational vision of parenthood - one where you see yourself empowering your children with all of the skills they need to navigate life safely, successfully and joyfully then join Dr Robyn Mills and Dr Rosina McAlpine as they explore this topic and share their own hopes and dreams for parenthood, grandparent hood and for their children.
Charlotte View and Manisha Singh invite the Charlotte community to be part of the 2014 Little Achievers Felicitation Program (LAFP). LAFP For 2014 is scheduled for Sept 6th 2014 from 11 am - 4 pm at Ghandi Bhavan - Hindu Center of Charlotte. Deadline to apply: August 25, 2014
LAFP is a Kids Talent Contest where various cultural talents meet, interact and perform to exhibit their culture in form of art, music and knowledge thereby making it a multidisciplinary contest. LAFP believes every child is unique. Their success in school or life begins with strong words of affirmation, encouragement and appreciation in every little thing they do or can do. "
LAFP is an Annual Event which is conducted anytime between Sep / Oct at the Hindu Center of Charlotte. The contest is open for Kids ages 3-13 yrs. and the participation categories are Dance (solo or group) Music (playing instruments) Poetry (Hindi or English) Mantra Recitation, Arts & Literature (essay writing)
The participants are judged based on their performances in all the fields by our panel of judges, veteran in their respective fields. Since the motto of LAFP is primarily to encourage kids to participate, we do also include an "Honorary Category"
Details regarding the event and program: Facebook Page LAFP LP
Official entry form is available at www.saathee.com/lafp. Email complete application to "firstname.lastname@example.org" by Aug 25th 2014 .
For more information call MANISHA SINGH (704) 778-3158
My talk with Eve Carnell and Steph Bradley about change and transformation. Eve and Steph talk about their walk across England to help ‘pollinate change’ from community to community, through inspiration and skill-sharing, as a walking university We discuss the joy of sharing, caring, and the urgency that we come together as humanity to change our current destructive trajectory to one of harmony and growth. We talk about self empowerment, and the possibility of great happiness and peace individually and globally, and our massive responsibility to create a better future, and a habitable planet for the people to come.
We talk about the process of frustration and despair and the feeling there is nothing we can do, and Eve and Steph remind us that there is a great deal that we can do to bring about change, and that in fact we manifest and create the future right now, and that it is up to us to do that.
Awake in the DREAM Radio with Laura Magdalene Eisenhower and Dr. DREAM, our guest is Robert “Bob” Wheeler.
Our topic; “Navigating the Emotions of Money”
Bob Wheeler's personal narrative is to: Be the change you want to see in the world. ~ Mahatma Ghandi
His crusade for personal growth has cross-pollinated with his accounting practice to birth a new approach to personal finances. From his 25 years of helping clients, Bob has distilled a concoction of warmth, information, motivation and budgeting directive that he offers to anyone with financial concerns. His passion is to help others gain insights about how emotions trigger financial decisions. Combining finances with behaviors, Bob has lifted the numbers off the table and put them into the heart, where he shows they have been all along.
As a man of true integrity with an infectious energy, Bob has spoken at various conferences on tax law changes and serves on the board of directors for several nonprofit and profit corporations. While strengthening his accounting practice, Bob has simultaneously pursued his love of satire and ventured into the realm of standup comedy. He is currently the chief financial officer for The Comedy Store in West Hollywood, California.
Bob graduated from Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee. His world travels lead him to all points on the globe, especially those at high altitudes. He has climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro in Africa, arrived at the Base Camp Everest in Nepal and climbed several smaller mountains in between. With charm and humor, his experiences on the road, in the office, or in a Grecian marathon feed his wit as a standup comic and financial behaviorist.
Called the "fastest hour in radio", Red Letter Edition - WEEKDAYS! makes short work of understanding the Bible. You'll be constantly challenged to verify your beliefs in a way that will ultimately result in a living and lasting relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ. Logic and intellectual honesty are not ignored; rather, these characteristics are encouraged in Don's theological discussions.
On Sundays, look for Red Letter Edition - LIVE! This provocative show is an open forum, call-in show, with a chat room that's always alive with questions and discussion.
The big news in the movie industry is that the Golden Globe Awards were given out on Monday, January 13, 2014 and the film 12 Years A Slave won in the category Best Motion Picture, Drama. We're grateful that the talent that went into making this film was honored. But the real power of these films lies in how we use them to educate the upcoming generation, so that they may learn from the mistakes of their ancestors. There are many powerful films that can be used to impart moral values, ethics, compassion, and fairness if shown in the classroom as part of the school history curriculum. Many of the movies that struck emotional cords can be used as teaching tools. What movies do you think should be part of the learning process in helping young people reject the evils of racism, sexism, classism and bigotry of all kinds? The movie "12 Years A Slave?", "Malcolm X"? "Ghandi"? The new film "Mandela"? How about old films like "Sounder"? What other films do you think can be used to raise the consciousness of young people, particularly if the film is followed by indepth discussions on injustice and what they can do to create a better society in their lifetime?
Are you activitely involved in seeing the greater good materialize for all Americans? What do you know now about poverty in America. What do you know now about the wealthiest of American. Where do you fit in in the scheme of America going forward. Do you have a change what you can change plan?
We know there are laws that permit outsourcing US jobs to other countries for cheaper wages, and then importing those goods into America for us to buy.
We know the laws permit US companies to contract with and hire people in other countries to provide customer service/ telemarketing to American consumers.
We know there are laws that permit bringing in workers from other countries and giving them jobs (which American need badly).
We know the GOP are taking bills from ALEC and passing those bills into laws. Those laws favor ALEC and actually favors some Americans and discriminates against others.
We know prisons are being privatized and our courts are supplying private prisons with their money making products, (mostly Black males).
Do you have a change what you can change plan?
No one can do everything, but everyone can do something ~anonymous
If you think you can, or if you think you cannot, you are right ~ Henry Ford
Be the change you seek ~ Ghandi
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One person matters. Together we reap the rewards of our efforts.
Plans to reach those goals matters.
More than one one plan matters.
Staying focused matters.
The ability to follow as and to lead matters.
Opportunity and Education matters.
To believe and achieve matters.
Today is the celebration of the word and the works of the Late Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. He saw a cause. He joined the caused. He became steadfast in his committment to the cause. One person matters.
No one person can do everything, but all people can do something ~ anoymous
You must be the change you want to see ~ Ghandi
A man can't ride you unless your back is bent ~ MLK Jr
Escucha hoy para que aprendas sobre Las 10 Reglas de Gandhi (Para Cambiar El Mundo). Estas reglas pueden ser aplicadas en todo aspecto de tu vida personal y el efecto sera notable y favorable para la vida diaria. Admeas no te olvides de llamar y participar y visitar nuestra portada principal. http://www.temasespirituales.com
Resistance plus persistence equals freedom.
I wrote this when I first got into the facebook page shared with a few people of Palestine I learned what they were going through to survive. The people, especially the young have been using the tactics of Ghandi for the most part in peaceful demonstrations in Gaza, West Bank, England, France, Germany, and the US.
I started this to bring attention to the plight of Palestine and the abuse of her people by the Zionists. It must stop or it will be wiped out like so many other peoples, cultures and identities. I don't want a people and culture to be wiped out. Palestine is rich in history with great abilities.
I don't want to see them wiped out like our own American Natives that were murdered by the thousands leaving no a trace of ever being here. A rich life gone for no real reason, but greed.
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