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If I was Cat, I would happily meow Happy Birthday, and spin in your lap comfortable dreaming away. But amidst difficult times, tough situations and harsh circumstances, you are the living example that we can sail through any storm of life. Happy birthday sweetheart. I hope I can make it truly a happy day, week, month and years to come. If I was a teddy bear, I would give unconditional love hugs and millions of kisses. But even being human I feel I want to do everything to give you, with every breath the love you earn as the most precious human being on this earth. So special, so natural, so lovely and without doubt your hands as they are touching things to change in magic.

I am deep in your debt and can’t express enough gratitude for al you do and all the love you fulfill selflessly every day in our house, our live without hesitation to show your true love to reach our destination.

Happy Birthday, Sweetheart.

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happy embraceableThis time of year, I wish you and all our friends, family and colleagues Happy Holidays with human and spiritual unity, closeness and compassion. These days represent a time for loving, giving and spending time with our dearest and closest. But while we share in holiday meals, unwrap our presents and celebrate this joyous season, we must not forget all the people who struggle to get through another day. For those not so fortunate, I humbly ask you this holiday season to light one candle and become a flicker of hope, love and service that lights up the darkness for those who lack the resources to have their own light.

I look forward to a brighter New Year and prosperity for everyone. http://www.kumbaya.co

Happy Holidays!

Mike Freni

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Child_bearChild Poverty, No Light, No Education, But a teddy bear can do a lot to comfort. In sub-Saharan Africa alone, 247 million children are deprived of their basic rights, #Childpoverty is about more than just money – it’s multidimensional. For children, poverty means being deprived in crucial aspects of their lives such as nutrition, health, electricity, water, education or shelter. #UNICEF estimates that 2 in 3 children across 30 sub-Saharan countries suffer from two or more of these deprivations. #zeroXess can make the change. Lets make the difference you can help please contact us

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ways-overcome-self-doubt-biuld-profitable-businessTime spent worrying – about anything – provides no emotional or physical benefit to us; such things only weaken us for the fights we must endure in our lives. “It’s not about being ready or feeling prepared all the time; sometimes you just have to do what you know you have to do. And when you do – you will always see that you’re more ready and more prepared than you realize”

How can you deal with self-doubt in a constructive way?

  1. Stop Making Excuses

The enemy is our chattering brain, which, if we give it so much as a nanosecond, will start producing excuses, alibis, transparent self-justifications, and a million reasons why we can’t/shouldn’t/won’t do what we know we need to do

  1. Beware Of Your Close Circle

Our circle of people may make us feel good, but they’re not always good for us.  In fact, we could be a pawn in their game; unwitting accomplices in helping them achieve an unhealthy degree of power and influence over our decisions and actions.

  1. Raise Your Self-Awareness

Self-awareness can be developed. Spend some time recognizing areas you need to develop and intentionally making an effort to develop or strengthen that aspect of yourself.

So, how can you become more aware of your strengths and areas for development?

You could

  • Rate Yourself: What do you think your strengths are?
  • Ask others for feedback: Be open to hearing what others think of you.
  • Complete a formal assessment test. These could include a personality test, discovering your values, your skills, and your abilities.
  1. Practice Self-Compassion

Self-compassion isn’t self-pity (Poor me, I shouldn’t feel this bad!) or irresponsibility (I messed up? Who cares!) or even self-esteem (As long as I succeed, I feel good). It’s about recognizing that feeling down is part of the shared human experience and mindfully refraining from judging yourself.

It’s important to listen, because the way you talk to yourself—especially when you’ve failed in some way—has an impact on your health, mood, and even your relationships with others. Do you admonish yourself for screwing up, or do you gently remind yourself that you’re only human and you’ll try harder next time?

Making mistakes, fumbling, and losing your cool are an inevitable part of the human experience—but most of us turn these slip-ups into an opportunity to beat ourselves up for being less than perfect. But when we see ourselves as a hopeless failure, we close our heart down to ourselves and to others.

  1. Stop Asking For Validation
  2. Trust Your Values

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happinessI love bumping into people and finding out who they are and what they’re working on. You never know whom you’re going to meet. Such encounters can be valuable: If you think about how your most important relationships began – with business partners, your spouse, with friends and mentors – the stories will almost all involve chance meetings. My curiosity about others and ability to connect with people have helped me to succeed – after all, if people don’t know who you are, they are not going to do business with you. Spring is just such a moment we reach out and share our happiness with our friends and those to be.

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Communicate in proverMen and women communicate differently.  That is no secret.   In order for women in developing countries to learn to share power with men, and thereby become more effective in promoting food security, rural development, and contribute to other societal advancement, we must become critically aware of gender-sensitive communication. These are vital building blocks that will have an impact on generations to come.

Poverty has a different definition in the emerging world than it does in developed nations.  The term ‘poverty’ is used broadly in the emerging world to include lack of material resources, minimal or no access to healthcare, limited access to education and information, deprivation of civil rights, minimal — if any — access to economic growth opportunity, professional training and access to capital. In broad strokes, alleviation of proverty would mean betterment of any of these challenges, although measurement of improvement is difficult to measure.  Change takes time.  A fast track to addressing poverty at all of its levels is access to information.  Access to mobile communication is the difference between abject poverty and hope.

This hope will quickly turn into action as newly empowered communities will have access to information beyond the traditional media of television, radio and telephone, which are now all accessible via Internet.  Great personal evolution and economic growth will result when previously isolated communities reach out to the rest of the world.  Likely, their shortcut to commerce come through embracing digital currencies over cumbersome microfinance instruments.

At Powerstorm Capital Corp., we see a future on the near horizon where our hybrid power solutions will greatly contribute to establishment of thriving communities throughout the emerging world.

 

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chaos

At that moment when you feel chaos and collapse all around you, know and trust that you can reverse the situation.

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