My heart is full over here. Reflecting on what we still have and who we still have 💕
Feeling overwhelmed with the continual devastation that Florence is bringing. The storm is over, but the waters continue to rise, there are people that still need to be saved, paychecks to be earned, people needing to work but no work to be had, mommas needing to put their babies in cribs and not shelters, our home insecure neighbors need everything. Bless. Living in the “right” place is the only thing that spared us. Attempting to do our part over here in Burlington. @jgcustomart just left to help with the #armynationalguard ❤️ and I am over here buying all the tampons & pads I can because #dignity ✨Abundance is a privilege ..... find a local place taking up donations and give what you can. .
So honored to celebrate the remarkable @vanjones68, his inspiring twin sister Angela and all the people he has supported over the years. Happy 50 🎂 // thank you @jamielunder💜💜
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Photo by @FransLanting On World Elephant Day we honor the mighty ones who tower above all others and fill us with awe. And we salute the organizations that are in the frontline of elephant protection to ensure there will be a future for these magnificent creatures. Follow me @FransLanting for more images of elephants and others who need our support. @natgeocreative #respect#dignity#wisdom#elephant#awesome#protection#wild#WildAid#SaveTheElephants#WorldElephantDay
Happy Friday and last day of #tnimaginationlibraryweek ! When we send students to school #DressedForTheTest , we also send them home with a book of their choice thanks to @bookemkids! We hope everyone #gotcaughtreading this week! Let’s continue instilling a love of literature in our amazing kiddos - they are our future!
This is the faintest tribute possible to a man who did what would be considered in our day and age impossible.
He is an icon of honor. The things he has done have proceeded my understanding of leadership, companionship, mentorship and religeon.
I have known him for almost 12 years, and how sweet those years were.
He was a father, a leader, an advisor, a mentor, a teacher, a pioneer for sustainable development in his work and oh! Did I mention that he was my boss and dean to the faculty of architecture.
I never saw him as my boss, but more as a leader, for I never walked into his office except that I felt embarrassed to ask for something because I knew that no matter what I asked for he wouldn't say no, and he would give me the green light even faster than fast.
Leniant was his mantra, honesty was his motto, wisdom was his fellow and his style was so impeccable, that no matter how well you were dressed up, next to him, you'd still turn yellow.
He taught me how to speak when I was a student, how to listen when I was graduating, how to fight back when I got my first job and was just starting, how to mentor when I was teaching, how to be a brother to a student who may have had a busy mother or a careless father, how to take people's mistakes and give them a series of breaks, how to appreciate others, how to amplify their efforts and encourage them to always be catalysts of good amidst all of the administrational disgrace and hazards.
I deem myself proud to have been part of his mentored group and blessed to have been part of his arsenal.
To my mentor and father, Dr. Omar Fawzy, an over qualified, Ivy league graduate, PhD holder, researcher, advisor, head administrator and faculty organisor, I'm sorry to sqy that after your departure, you've left a vacuum that will never be filled, not even with a million supervisors,the school corridors are now grey and colder than the coldest winter chill.
I’ve had kind of a rough couple of weeks. Something was in the air or some energy needed to move through. Something. I didn’t listen to my normal number of pods because I missed some gym days and on the other days, I just needed to stare at my phone a bit. It’s all good. Energy moves. Emotions (e-motions) move. Grateful for the opportunity to move stuff out that no longer serves me and make room for grace and dignity. Dignity. Good word. Good practice. #thepowerofpod#podcastrecommendation#jackkornfield#dignity#grace#selfworth#listenandlearn
Quando si inizia un nuovo cammino non sempre è semplice,perché implica un cambiamento,solo poi si diventa consapevoli del fatto che solo tu determini questo cambiamento e ciò è il fulcro della vita stessa! By Rosa i am
CULTIVATE THE SPACE BETWEEN US
HOW we engage with others influences the degree to which we expand our understanding of the many facets that make up the whole truth. It doesn’t matter how far apart our views are from each other, and it is immaterial whether we engage in debate, discussion, or dialogue. What matters is the quality of the space we cultivate between us.
My best political conversations have been with people whose views are far apart from mine, but we engage in discussion in a way that makes space for the dignity of opposing views. We may express our strongly held views with passion and conviction, and challenge and debate each other, but we do not convey contempt (subtly or overtly) for other perspectives.
In other words, disdain kills the discussion, not the gap in views.
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Can Anybody Tell Me Why We Care So Much About What People Think About Us? We Must Do The Righteous Thing At All Times Not Matter How It May Seem To “Others”. People Pretend To Care For A Moment Then They On To The Next One. Focus On You Refleho Validate Cellf, What You Think And Know About You Is Far More Important At The End Of The Day. PAZ
Reflected Light From The Commander In Chief Of The Earth Plane Natureboy🌿
We are BEYOND excited to announce our NEW partnership with @dignity_period ! A portion of EVERY Mondo Band sold will go directly to this amazing project! >>>>>>>>>>>><<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
In Ethiopia, talking about menstruation is taboo.
As a result, most girls are fearful and unprepared when they start having periods.
These girls often miss school, fall behind in their studies, and eventually drop out.
Dignity Period helps Ethiopian girls stay in school by providing the supplies and education they need to manage menstruation.
This means the opportunity for a better life.