Cuanta verdad !!!Posted by Jose Acosta on Viernes, 20 de febrero de 2015
Monday, September 28, 2015
A long one but absolutely a valid perspective on the un-social media and technology that we so often partake in, taking us out of the moment with those around us so that we can share with complete strangers, making our important relationships suffer over screens and "likes" and a lack of self-control. Take some time to look others in the eyes.
A moving story of a young Jewish girl, who survived the Holocaust, and a piece of chocolate.
More than a moving story: a true life lesson.Thank you Francine. #WhatMakesUsHUMANPosted by HUMAN on Viernes, 25 de septiembre de 2015
Sunday, September 13, 2015
She stripped down to nothing but her underwear in the middle of a busy marketplace & you'll never believe the response she got: http://on.hln.tv/8KxVpS The Daily SharePosted by HLN on Miércoles, 9 de septiembre de 2015
Sunday, September 6, 2015
We often function as victims. We might not consider it victimization, but each time that we seek happiness or betterment from something other than ourselves, we have made ourselves victims. Imagine...if I go running in a competition and I am doing it for the medal, I've given away my own growth and compared it to the growth of others. If I am not running to make myself better and to get my best time then I am actually making myself privy to the outcome of myself in comparison with others. How can I possibly continue to grow if my growth is dependent on others? This video is an excellent reminder to grow from within. Seek your own goals and happiness based on what YOU are capable of doing or creating or being. The rest is icing on the cake.
...for the teachers, for the students, and for the future