Do You have what it takes to be Generous?

"The tsunami of generosity is too strong to say no. Most of us are never taught how to receive. Only how to give. And when we encounter people who refuse to let us leave empty handed, we don't know what to say. The correct answer is, "Yes, thank you, I would love three pounds of stuffed mushrooms to take home with me." It doesn't matter if you're hungry. Or even if you like mushrooms. You have to allow yourself to be the recipient of their generosity. Just let the wave wash over you. Don't rob … [Read more...]

10 Reasons Kids Should do Volunteer Work

Volunteering as a family, whether on a local or even an international level, has many benefits for both you and your children. There is an astonishing array of programs out there designed specifically to help kids get involved along with their parents, fostering positive self-growth and other valuable attributes that your children will carry with them throughout their adult lives. Here are 'ten of the reasons' why you might want to consider volunteering programs with your children, and … [Read more...]

10 Worst New Year’s Resolutions & How to Make Them Work

New Year’s Resolutions have been around a long time. Some of us make them half-heartedly, some of us do it with great purpose. Few of us actually achieve our goals by the end of the year. Maybe it’s because making resolutions just after the holidays is particularly bad timing, what with our tendencies to overindulge, overspend, and generally let the chips fall where they may. Or maybe it’s because we are completely unrealistic or entirely too vague with our resolutions. The good … [Read more...]

International Federation of L’Arche

L'Arche International L'Arche Tahoma Hope is a member of the International Federation of L'Arche. The first L'Arche community was begun in 1964 in Trosly-Breuil, a village north of Paris, France. It began in much the same way that L'Arche Tahoma Hope did - in response to the need for companionship of two men with disabilities. Out of this single response has grown a Federation that is made up of over 135 communities in 36 countries throughout the world. Although each community functions … [Read more...]

Shirley Ann Jackson – WOMAN of ACTION

A Celebration of Women sends this tribute to a Woman that was born on the same day as the dropping of the atomic bomb in Hiroshima, only one year later, on August 6, 1946, in honor of WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH. Spiritually, we pray this Woman is one of our Earth Angels, that perhaps this Wonderful Soul fell back down to Earth with a Mission, a Mission that guided her into the studies as a theoretical physicist. Shirley can keep her 'eyes' on the industry of nuclear phyics and hopefully can be … [Read more...]

Celebrate International Volunteer Day (IVD) 2010! – December 5, 2010

Celebrate International Volunteer Day (IVD) 2010!     December 5, 2010   International Volunteer Day (IVD) - (December 5) is an international observance designated by the United Nations since 1985. The declared aim of this activity is to thank the volunteers for their efforts and increase public awareness on their contribution to society. The day is celebrated in majority countries of the world. The International Volunteer Day is marked by many non-governmental organizations, including Red … [Read more...]

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