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The Best Tech Tools to Help You Stick to Your Goals

Every New Year's Eve, you tell yourself that you will change. You will save more money, cut the carbs and manage your time better. It usually works great — until February. But now, with the power of technology, it is easier than ever to follow through on such pledges. Technology enables you to empower yourself to make real, lasting changes. No longer do you have to stay mired in debt, remain disappointed with what you see in the mirror or continually apologize for running late to the … [Read more...]

Simple Ideas for a Religious Fundraiser

Hosting a religious or church fundraiser is a great way to raise awareness for an important issue that you are trying to solve, and it is also a great way to give back to the community and ultimately bring some much-needed donations into your non-profit organization to support your local community, provide for those in need, and preach positive messages about peace and love. But organizing any fundraiser can be difficult, so what are some simpler ways to get a special religious fundraiser … [Read more...]

World Humanitarian Summit, July 28-31 *Regional Livestream

The World Humanitarian Summit was initiated by the UN Secretary General to improve global humanitarian action, and will culminate in Istanbul in 2016. There will be 10 consultation meetings around the world as well as an online platform to solicit input beginning in May 2014, and will culminate in May 2016 in Istanbul at the first-ever humanitarian summit of this scale and scope. The WHS is being managed by the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA). Participants of … [Read more...]

8 Steps to Connect You to Your Feminine Divine

Women helped birth the world. Once, women were honoured as strong, beautiful, creative, sensual beings. In those ancient times, we humans were keenly attuned to the heartbeat of the planet. Life was lived on the edge. Our survival as a species depended on our ability to live in harmony with the world. The feminine aspect of life was necessary for our very survival, and the sacred feminine was honoured by ancient around the world as bringer of life, growth, decline, death and … [Read more...]

13th Summer Networking Bash, AUGUST 12

ATLANTIS, Ontario Place 955 Lake Shore Blvd. W. Toronto, ON M6K 3B9 1 - 5 pm: Camaraderie Collaboration Afternoon Workshops 4 - 9 pm: Business Networking Reception & Trade Show 9 - 10 pm: SALSA After Party Learn how to network and sell in a meaningful way while making amazing connections all night long! Be seen with maximum visibility in the Business Trade Show. Connect with the 1,000 attendees and show them what you've got. International speakers Jim Cathcart … [Read more...]

Empowering Women ~ World Peace, “Yes!”

Would the world be more peaceful if women were in charge? "A challenging new book by the Harvard University psychologist Steven Pinker says that the answer is “yes.” In The Better Angels of Our Nature, Pinker presents data showing that human violence, while still very much with us today, has been gradually declining. Moreover, he says, “over the long sweep of history, women have been and will be a pacifying force. Traditional war is a man’s game: tribal women never band together to … [Read more...]

The Facts About Violence Against Women

Is poverty a problem in a well-off country like Canada? Unfortunately, the answer is yes. Especially for Women. Although Canada is a relatively wealthy country, about 1 in 10 Canadians are living on a low income, and 1.5 million of those living on a low income are women. As the infographic below shows, the incidence of poverty is even higher for particular groups of women. There are two main reasons women tend to be poorer than men: 1. They spend more time doing unpaid work … [Read more...]

Character and Culture through Pain, Awaken to Peace

(or "No gain without pain") is an exercise motto that promises greater value rewards for the price of hard and even painful work. Under this conception competitive professionals such as athletes and artists are required to endure pain and pressure to achieve professional excellence. It came into prominence after 1982 when actress Jane Fonda began to produce a series of aerobics workout videos. In these videos, Fonda would use "No pain, no gain" and "Feel the burn" as catchphrases for the … [Read more...]

English Quotient, Anila, B.A. Psychology, B ED,TESL

English Quotient can help you succeed in school and in your career by providing you with excellent coaching in English by qualified and experienced instructors, individual attention and top notch relevant academic and business services. Local students can attend classes or choose one on one coaching. International students can come to Toronto for classes ( we provide visa assistance and homestays ) or work with us online in a video conferencing format from their home or office. All you need is a … [Read more...]

Help for Mothers Addicted to Prescription Meds – A Growing Epidemic

There is nothing worse than a family member who is addicted to prescription medications yet in denial because they are ‘legal.’ Well, almost nothing! The worst situation for a family to deal with is when the person popping the pills is a mother with underage children in the home. If you are a spouse, child or family member of a mother addicted to prescription drugs, don’t despair because help is available. Recognizing the Problem Unfortunately, altogether too many women are in … [Read more...]

Sindhutai Sapkal – WOMAN of ACTION™

  A Celebration of Women™ is elated to Celebrate the Life of this powerful woman leader that is devoting her life to the education of orphaned children, with a focus inside India.   "God! Teach us to smile, but let us not forget, we had cried some day!"     WOMAN of ACTION™     Sindhutai Sapkal       Sindhutai Sapkal also known as 'Mother of Orphans' is an Indian social worker and social activist known particularly for her work for … [Read more...]

Celebrating Red.ish Magazine Launch, Tameshia Holleman

Tameshia Holleman, Founder of Red.Ish says: "People know me as the aggressive worker, the perfectionist or the “thinker.” But honestly, I am just a woman with a goal, putting her visions into action. Above everything I am a devoted and fulltime mother of 3 lovely children, residing in Greensboro, NC. In addition, I am a fulltime graduate student focusing on clinical psychology, and I run a fulltime graphic design business. Aside from all of my working and nurturing, I enjoy meditation tactics … [Read more...]

Numerology: The Ancient First Name Letter Interpretations‏

Numerology has a great deal to do with the numeric value of the alphabet and there are many legends and theories about how this came about. The alphabet itself was inspired by pictorial representations that recorded elaborate stories. These full pictographs originally were abbreviated to form hieroglyphics with each symbol depicting a word. As more time elapsed the glyphs were further reduced to represent individual sounds and then the consonants and vowels that we know today. The modern … [Read more...]

The Spiritual Power and Wisdom of Women

The Spiritual Power and Wisdom of Women is greatly needed in our world today. Women have been Spiritual Leaders since the beginning of time. Way back in the beginning, men were more obvious and visible about their work with Spirit, but we know that women have gathered, in their time of the month, at the cycles of the moon, and mostly in secret - separated from the males of the tribe. Although men were aware of these secret feminine groups and "societies," as long as the women kept their … [Read more...]

Dalai Lama celebrates 80th year!

Compassion is often regarded as having an emotional aspect to it, though when based on cerebral notions such as fairness, justice and interdependence, it may be considered rational in nature and its application understood as an activity based on sound judgment. There is also an aspect of compassion which regards a quantitative dimension, such that individual's compassion is often given a property of "depth," "vigour," or "passion." The etymology of "compassion" is Latin, meaning … [Read more...]

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