Some days ago I heard International day of needlework and creativity is coming soon.👂 On the official website of UNESCO I found that Third Thursday in November is a World Philosophy Day and 16 November is a International Day for Tolerance.👀
As soon I have so many people here who's really about creativity in the all sences of this amazing word, who really knows what does it means tolerance and has a ability to discuss about almost all subjects in the best traditions of ancient sophists, I would like to celebrate all these days today with you. Let's enjoy our intellectual unity!)👏 #creativity#philosophy#tolerance#unity#intellectual#ethnography#museum#culture#needlework#celebration#congratulations#moldova#history
Tolerance has been a burning issue globally this year. Today is International Day for Tolerance, but we at Afrika Tikkun want something deeper. True tolerance comes with respect and a desire to understand one another. What practical thing will you do to foster tolerance in your own backyard?
Delegates to the World Tolerance Summit mark their thumb impression inside the peace symbol, proclaiming 'All Are One'. The two-day summit, the first ever of its kind, began in Dubai on Thursday. Photo by Shihab/ Khaleej Times
Lessons From A Cow: Tolerance!
Few animals are as tolerant as a cow. Cows and bulls never hold grudges against their caretakers, even after you needed to tell him or her off. Cows have a high threshold for pain tolerance and do not reveal their ailments so easily. But a person they trust can find out about a health issue easier and faster than a stranger. When in pain or heading to slaughter, pigs and sheep will thrash and squeal but cows will tolerate it all very soberly. A cowherd can learn to develop tolerance through caring for cows and bulls. 🌿
Day 2: #patience .
So i choice #upavisthakonasana and as you can see for now it is my maximum, i #practice#yoga almost 10 years, ashtanga 3, and sometimes my body just say: STOP! One month ago i was able to put my belly and chin on floor, now i can just catch my heels after warm up and little strech before.. practice patience and love my body makes me accept it and practice as much as i can with #mindfulness .
It is not easy to accept that something is not going in our the same way we want to. Sometimes we push so much ourself to reach our goal. We run so quick without any reflection and than when something unexpecting happen we can’t understand and accept..we get frustrating, angry, or upset just because we want something different that we get! Practice patient learn us how to wait, be more #tolerance and #aware listen our body, mind and control emotions. Being patient and understanding there is time for everything makes us more #calm and #compassion to ourself, others and universe.
✨ 2-Patience 🧘🏼♀️
7- Yogis Choice
November 11 - 17
"I am grateful to represent my university in the 'Tolerance Champions Programme', which was launched by His Excellency Sheikh Nahayan Mabarak Al Nahayan, Minsiter of Tolerance. Moreover, it was an honor to be amongst 45 champions representing the programme on Abu Dhabi and Dubai TV."
Alyazia Ahmed Saif AlQadi, Student of Bachelor in Applied Foreign Languages at Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi "سعيدة بتمثيل جامعتي في برنامج ’فرسان التسامح‘ في دورته الاولى والذي أطلقه معالي الشيخ نهيان بن مبارك آلِ نهيآن، وزير التسامح. كما أنني فخورة بتمثيل البرنامج ضمن 45 فارس وفارسة على قناتي أبوظبي ودبي."
اليازية احمد سيف القاضي، طالبة بكالوريوس في اللغات الأجنبية التطبيقية في جامعة السوربون أبوظبي
Good bye Cologne,
yes, I look tired but it was such a nice bunch of people at @sterntv last night I just couldn’t resist and sit with them till early this morning ...
@kathrin.weidner and Camilo and
Hope to see you guys again soon ☺️
The way you treat yourself is how others will treat you. The way you love yourself is how others will love you.
Many of us practice some form of self-abuse. Where does this come from? From the idea we have about the type of person we “should” be, how we “should” behave, what we “should” feel… inevitably, we find ourselves coming short.. and never seem to measure up to that ideal. We then punish ourselves with our own thoughts. We become hard on ourselves. We judge ourselves. And all of this happens in the silent space of our minds, where no one hears us but ourselves.
And when we get used to hurting ourselves, abusing ourselves, judging ourselves, what ends up happening is we expect and accept this type of treatment from others. The level to which we abuse ourselves is the level of abuse (emotional or otherwise) that we will tolerate from others. ..
Look at the relationships you have in your life. Are you being treated fairly? Kindly? Lovingly? Respectfully? If the answer is no to some or all of the questions, ask yourself this very personal (and slightly uncomfortable) question: Am I being treated by people around me any better than I am treating myself, in the privacy of my own mind?
The more self-abuse we practice, the more abuse we will experience outside of us. The more self-love we practice, the more love we will experience outside of us.
The world is our mirror. Look at the reflection outside and you will know exactly what’s happening inside. And from there, you can start to change..