Story of Appreciation

  Story of Appreciation One young academically excellent person went to apply for a managerial position in a big company. He passed the first interview, the director did the last interview, made the last decision. The director discovered from the CV that the youth’s academic achievements were excellent all the way, from the secondary school until the postgraduate research, never had a year when he did not score good grades. The director asked, “Did you>>>

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It is in the Digging that LIFE is lived.

It is in the Digging that LIFE is lived. If you have ever been discouraged because of failure, please read on. Far often, achieving what you set out to do is not the important thing. Let me explain. Two brothers decided to dig a deep hole behind their house. As they were working, a couple of older boys stopped by to watch. “What are you doing?” asked one of the visitors. “We plan to dig>>>

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37 Seconds

37 Seconds It will take just 37 seconds to read this and change your thinking. Two men, both seriously ill, occupied the same hospital room. One man was allowed to sit up in his bed for an hour each afternoon to help drain the fluid from his lungs. His bed was next to the room’ s only window. The other man had to spend all his time flat on his back. The men talked for>>>

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Before Twitter.. LIFE, some advice on how to live it!

  Before Twitter.. LIFE, some advice on how to live it! LIFE, some advice on how to live it! Written by a 90 year old This is something we should all read at least once a week!!!!! Make sure you read to the end!!!!!! Written by Regina Brett, 90 years old, of the Plain Dealer, Cleveland, Ohio. “To celebrate growing older, I once wrote the 45 lessons life taught me. It is the most requested>>>

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My Trip to Burundi AFRICA

My Trip to Burundi AFRICA   adults had a full medical check and all the data was recorded into their own personal record folders. To date, this had not been done so this was a ground breaking trip. To Dr Scott and Nurse Pam the children of Homes of Hope say “Morakoze Chaney” (Thank you very much) The team consisted of a Doctor, a nurse, a financial adviser (That’s me @RichardBejah), a Pastor, a mechanic,>>>

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Villages of Life

Villages Of LIFE The Vision Through donations corporation, schools, churches and families the vision is to build villages consisting of 15 houses which will house 15 widows and approx 90 orphans. Each house will have 6 orphans and a house mum/parent which will give a great sense of family where there once was none. A school for 300 students servicing the orphan village and the surrounding population creating integration, a TAFE workshop for carpentry, metalwork and>>>

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He’s My Brother

He’s My Brother  Two young boys walked into a pharmacy one day, picked out a box of tampons and proceeded to the checkout counter.   The man at the counter asked the older boy, “Son, how old are you?” “Eight,” the boy replied. The man continued, “Do you know what these are used for?” The boy relied, “Not exactly, but they aren’t for me. They’re for him. He’s my brother. He’s four.  We saw on TV>>>

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Tough Times Never Last; Tough People Do

Tough Times Never Last; Tough People Do Author: Robert Schuller My daughter Carol lost her leg in a motorcycle accident in 1978. At the time, Mrs. Schuller and I were in Korea. On the long trip back to Iowa, I searched for the right thing to say. What would my first words to Carol be? When we arrived at the hospital, I was shocked. Carol lay in her bed in intensive care, her body bruised,>>>

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THE BRICK

THE BRICK A young and successful executive was travelling down a neighbourhood street, going a bit too fast in his new Jaguar. He was watching for kids darting out from between parked cars and slowed down when he thought he saw something.  As his car passed, no children appeared. Instead, a brick smashed into the Jag’s side door! He slammed on the brakes and backed the Jag back to the spot where the brick had been>>>

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F A M I L Y

F A M I L Y I ran into a stranger as he passed by, “Oh excuse me please” was my reply. He said, “Please excuse me too; I wasn’t watching for you.” We were very polite, this stranger and I. We went on our way and we said goodbye. But at home a different story is told, How we treat our loved ones, young and old. Later that day, cooking the evening meal, My>>>

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