Tahukah kalian komunikasi itu sangat penting?
komunikasi itu merupakan sebuah proses untuk menyampaikan maksud atau pesan yang menjadi tujuan kita kepada orang lain. Sehingga, jika manusia ingin menyampaikan apa yang ia maksudkan, ia harus berkomunikasi. Begitu pula sebaliknya kita bisa memahami seseorang dengan melalui komunikasi.
Komunikasi sangat penting dilakukan karena dengan komunikasi kita bisa bertukar pendapat, mempunyai banyak teman, dan mengeluarkan aspirasi serta dapat menjalin hubungan yang baik dengan suatu organisasi maupun individual. Mengapa harus ada komunikasi terlebih dulu? karena komunikasi itu berguna untuk pengenalan, pengenalan terhadap sesuatu yang baru yang belum pernah kita temui. Komunikasi yang baik, hubungan antarmanusia dapat dipelihara kelangsungannya.
So guys you must be speak up don't be a silent people!
Sumber foto : MNA (1101160045)
#komunikasiitupenting#speakup#don 'tsilent #komunikasilangsung
With so much being said about women, by everyone other than women, it’s so important that not only we speak up, but we allow each other to be heard. Raise each other’s voices higher. That’s what we hope to do at She’s A Crowd - listen to your story, and demand change makers listen to it too, so they consider true experiences of women when discussing and creating change around women. ❤️
Also, speaking of speaking up! We are so proud of our founder @zofemme who did a Ted x talk yesterday. Huge. X
Repost from @femart365 - sadly source unknown, but we love you whoever you are. .
This is a witness account.
This first photo is the face of someone who wanted to live but was instead exploited. For taste. Roughly 40,000 chickens were seen by Hertfordshire Chicken save yesterday morning in the space of just 4 hours.
Every single chicken was suffering, I did not come across one that looked peaceful or ready to have their throat slit so they could be packaged up as meat for human consumption. Their feathers were missing, their skin was so red raw it looked like they were all bleeding, some of course were. Covered in their own faeces and watching it dribbling from the tray above, the stench was memorable.
The ammonia burns were from the inside out. One was actually crying out in pain.
I've seen the deformities in footage but this was my first chicken vigil so it was the first time I'd seen the swollen feet and artificially over grown bodies with my own eyes. It was so shocking. These birds are just 40 days old and yet look like they've been around for a lot longer. None of them looked healthy.
This was a halal slaughterhouse. They would have been stunned (not dead) and had their throat slit with a knife by hand. Standard legal practise. Humane? No.
If you buy and eat chicken whether it be organic, free range or expensive, this is what you are paying for. There is no such thing as humane meat.
Chicken growth hormones are not healthy, so that "chicken for protein" isn't necessary. A plant based diet offers an extensive amount of protein sources. Plants do not feel pain, they do not have a central nervous system. So absorbing protein from a vegan diet will avoid the suffering of any other sentient being.
Oppression, violence, fear, pain, sadness, illness and so much more suffering we couldn't ever imagine is all you pay for when using animals for food, clothing or entertainment.
Please don't ignore the truth anymore. If you intend to eat chicken again, please remember this face, this post and understand what you're contributing to. Animal cruelty.
RIP beautiful souls, so many of you had already given up hope, nestled into one another or just bowing your head in surrender.
Thank you for allowing us to capture your pain. 🖤
I'm about to hit ya with another really personal post
And it's even more difficult since I still am getting a lot of negative messages from those still involved with the "agency" I spoke up about.
But, anyway, I'm about to pour my heart out.
Be rude, be kind, be whatever suits you. I will just block you.
For someone who speaks a lot about mental illness, who found peace with her illness, the last month has been really difficult. In ways I honestly can't post on here right now because I'm still processing.
This month I was admitted to a hospital in Bethlehem, I stayed there for a week and was diagnosed with type 1 Bipolar. (Bipolar depression).
Three days before going into the hospital I was diagnosed with ADHD, but the doctors I saw at the hospital felt that the ADHD symptoms were being caused by something else. I think they're right.
For some reason this diagnosis made me feel so ashamed, so "crazy". I was like "wow who am I? I can't tell anyone about this. People already think I'm insane". But fuck that honestly. I'll tell everyone, the same way I'd tell people if my leg was broken.
My illness makes so much sense to me, and I look back on my life and realize all the ways I had been manic and when I had been swallowed in depressive waves.
I'm a free spirit, so much so it definitely overflows into my social media but you guys don't see my actual life.
It's cute on here, being the person I am is beautiful to me, but it doesn't always look like a cute hippy naked in nature lmao.
When I was in a "manic phase", I would just get up and go, I didn't care if I had the money to. I'd spend all my money. I felt invincible, and it was amazing until I saw the aftermath. Hooking up with people I didn't want to. Not having money in my bank, not being able to take care of things that actually needed to be taken care of.
And my lows usually hit me when I couldn't catch up with the aftermath. When I realized I had no money, when I realized my job was angry at me for calling out, when I realized I wasn't actually being healthy. I already feel more balanced now that I'm aware. I think I always knew I was struggling with something like this. cont.-
This is not my story but his. Allan Dela Cruz was brutally murdered last September. His skull fractured into 30 pieces and his jaw into 4, his body was found decomposed beyond recognition on September 22, 2017. A whole year after the murder, his story was FINALLY told. I’m not a journalist or a story teller. Just a friend who was willing to break the silence and tell the truth. Today, we speak his name - Allan Dela Cruz. May you rest easy, my friend. 🦋#neverforget#justiceforallan#speakup#speakout#saysomething
The White Spirit Cult is an ongoing, ever-changing artistic investigation into Taboo and the effect it has on women’s lives. Each performance is followed by a Taboo Talk where we will be starting conversations with individuals who work, research or experience Taboo. #WSC , #WHITESPIRITCULT , #notaboo , #Art , #speakup
⭐️️ Er zijn sterren uit de film Elvy's Wereld So Ibiza te gast!😍 Stephanie vroeg het net al in de uitzending: Welke leuke presentatrice speelt er ook in deze film?😱😋 Weet jij het?😎 Speak up in the comments💬 #weetjijhet#kidstop20#speakup
• Usually I avoid such discussions but the recent happenings involving Meesha Shafi calling out on Sadaf Kanwal has lead me to write this post. There is a great deal of misconception when people come out and blame the victim by saying things like "pehle kiu nahi bola" "ab kiu yaad aa raha hae" (Why didn't you say it earlier, why now?) Well this is not how it usually works. It takes a lot of courage to take a stand or to even speak up and talk about it. Unfortunately women tend to give the other person benefit of the doubt which in turn makes them self-doubt themselves. We start questioning ourselves and somehow end up in denial. In such circumstances when someone actually finds it in them to come forward or even share there experience even if it's after 10 years, please don't shrug them off by saying 'You should have spoken up earlier'. It's never too late!
Picture courtesy: NYC.gov .
JAAA!😍 De Kids Top 20 begint bijna😃 Ik zou echt de tv aanzetten als ik jou was!😋 Want het wordt heel gezellig in de studio😱 Zit je er klaar voor?😏 Speak up in the comments met jouw lievelings-emoji👻 #kidstop20#speakup
Here is a something that’s been on my heart lately. After being reached out to by someone who told me they are leaving an abusive situation because they had heard me talk about my experience (which isn’t always easy) and success with leaving an abusive partner it got me thinking about a quote “whenever one person stands up and says “wait a minute, this is wrong” it helps others to do the same”. Speaking my truth and sharing my story truly does/has helped others transform their lives too! Never be ashamed of your story because it could help someone out there. 💜
I know I've been a little quiet lately, but honestly I was a little moody the last two days. I feel like I'm good now though 🤗
I grew up an emotional stuffer. Not by fault of anyone, but myself. I didn't want to burden people, and this is still something I am working on, but the truth is life gets hard sometimes. Sometimes for no real reason. And it's okay to say that. What's not okay is pretending to be okay when you're not. Talk to a friend. Loved one. Whoever. Let someone in. It's amazing the relief you feel when you get stuff off your chest. And of course, PRAY. Ask others to pray with you and for you. The power of prayer is beautiful.
This will be a sadder post about myself. A year ago today my life changed COMPLETELY. I finally stood up and said something abi it myself that I want sure about, i put a terrible human being in jail, and I learned how to speak up for myself. Ever since this day, September 22, 2017, I have been a new person. I REFUSE to let others walk on me and decide what I will do with my life. I REFUSE to let some irrelevant person change my perspective of other people and how I see myself and the world. I will never let someone do that to me again. And you shouldn't either. Speak up loves, things may change, but they will change for the better. no one deserves to be treated any other way then perfect. I love y'all ❤
Can you guess the words? This is just a reminder everyone on your videos add captions it’s several free ways to do it or you can book me and i will be more than happy to do it for you.... keep in mind 85% of people watch videos with no sound me being one of them, and also it’s a whole community of people that would love to join in on your videos, add captions 💪🏾 #speakup let’s start holding each other accountable and go watch #deafoutloud#deafawarenessmonth#deafawarenesstribe
Silence Speaks Volumes. .
But Saying How You Feel Takes Courage. ✨
Speak Up. Because all we have are Moments. And the Little ones. The Little Things. - Those are the Biggest. They are What Matter Most.
Good morning folks! What are you doing this weekend? Apapun yang ingin kalian kerjakan, kerjakanlah sekarang! gaperlu dipikirin lama-lama ya folks nanti akhirnya gajadi dikerjain😛. Jadi tunggu apalagi? Just do it!
Haven't posted in a while as I was away, with my family. Took extended holiday break to spend the time with kids, hubby and with myself.
Just before i went overseas, i had the most intense #hypochondria episode. #headaches were bad so i went to my GP. He told me it was nothing and not to worry. But it was getting out of the control so he gave me referral. I was #shaking while booking in my appointment. It was to be done in three days. On the day of my appointment, when i went in, i cried, cried and cried. They were very understanding and allowed me time to #recover . And the scan started. Two longest minutes of my life. I got up and saw them looking at me. I thought i was going to die. On the way back to work i called my GP and told the receptionist to try and get results back in asap. She said earliest she can get them in would be in about 8 hours or if its urgent then it would be very quick. I then called my HR manager and told her to come to the parking. And she came. And I cried, cried, cried... Like never before in my life. And she was with me. My angel, my friend, my HR manager, guided me through this and was with my and saw me at my lowest. She cried with me, she hugged me and somehow made me feel better. I went back to my office and the call came through. It was my GP. Now, my hypochondria thinking kicked in because they told me two hours ago that its the minimum 8 hours unless its emergency. I managed to say "yes" and i felt my self losing control of my body. It wasnt me any more. I heard the receptionist say, "Brain is apsolutely fine but you do have sinus cyst". I went quiet... She asked if i was there. I asked her to repeat and she did. When i realised she said brain is fine i started crying again. I realised i will still live and be with my kids. I am not saying goodbye now. I ran to my HR manager and told her. She again cried with me. She was happy with me. I was fine. #hypochondria sucks and if you or anyone around you suffers from it - i want you to know - THIS TOO SHALL PASS!!!! #1IN5#istillstand#speakevenifyourvoiceshakes#anxietywarrior#dontgiveup#taboo#speakup