Tuesday, October 21, 2014

If there is a route to securing your goals and dreams,
And you determine that your goals are worth taking that route,

Then despite the difficulties, you have a choice:
As to whether you will look at that path positively or negatively.
Since you want to take that path, why not look at it positively?

And while you are at it, remember that...

Saturday, October 18, 2014

Build the future - one day at a time - everyday.

Friday, October 17, 2014

Food for thought!

In any endeavor or venture, don't only do what is tried and proven.

Try bigger and better things for bigger and better results; greater steps for greater success.

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Food for thought!

Methods may have to be assessed over the long term.

So don't discard a venture or endeavor if good results aren't immediate.

Saturday, October 11, 2014

Girl Power!

Just two years ago, the UN declared October 11 as the International Day of the Girl Child to raise awareness about all issues concerning gender inequality around the world. 

Just yesterday Malala Yousafzai of Pakistan was awarded the Nobel Peace prize for championing the rights of a girl to get an education.
                                   Synchronicity at its best!

Malala's father made a speech where her said: In tribal and patriarchal societies, a man is known by his sons. "But I am one of the few fathers who is known by my daughter," he said. "And I am proud of that."

He spoke about how, in rural Pakistan, when a girl is born, it is never cause for celebration, but rather shame. As she grows up, she is taught only one virtue: Obedience.

He finished his speech by saying that people always ask him what he did to make Malala into such a strong warrior. He says it's not what he did; it's what he DIDN'T do: "I didn't clip her wings." "I taught her to unlearn the lesson of obedience."

Teach your girls to unlearn their obedience and Never clip their wings.
And let a star shine in the crown of all parents, who guide their daughters to grow strong.

Friday, October 10, 2014

17-year-old Pakistani advocate for girls' becomes the youngest winner of the Nobel Peace Prize!!!

Exactly two years and a day after Taliban gunmen shot her in the head for daring to speak up for the rights of a girl to get an education, Malala Yousafzai of Pakistan was awarded the Nobel Peace prize today.

Malala reminds us that even the seemingly Impossible is Possible. 

And that you are never too young (or old) to make a difference in the world. 

Congrats to this amazing young lady!!!!

May she inspire us all to dare to do the impossible...