All posts tagged with: inspiration

How the Frail Ants Challenge the Youth Everyday.

Posted August 17, 2014 no picture Fasoranti Damilola

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There are certain small creatures, they are wisest of the wise. They know how to CLIMB (Change Little Into MegaBucks). Let us take a quick tour on one of them, the ANTS. Ants are small eusocial (highest level of organisation of animal sociality) insects. They are easily identified by their elbowed body and distinctive node-like structure that forms their slender waists. Ants, frail as they are, change little into megabucks by getting in plenty of food for the winter. They have also mastered the...


When I saw Assignment #5 – to create an 'Inspire!' portrait by interviewing a young person who has an interesting job or career and who you think would be an inspiration for youth – in the VOY Blogger Info Packet that my Internship Manager sent me last June, two people instantly came into my mind. I am writing about one of them today. I thought it would be best if I do away with the ‘Inspire!’ profile format, so here it goes. He is Siddhartha Nanayakkara. I first met...


Never give up

Posted June 22, 2014 no picture Micheal Adebola Adeniyi

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It's not possible to live a life without challenges. But, the never-give up spirit brings success. Besides, challenges of some sort are effective tools to excel inspite of all odds. Thomas Edison was partially deaf and and had only three months of formal education, yet he invented the incandescent bulb in 1880 and many other things. Franklin Roosevelt, was the President of America and did it from a wheel chair. Fanny Crosby produced a great hymn despite her blindness. Abraham Lincoln was recorde...


Tragedy

Posted March 16, 2014 no picture Mychal Bliss Mwenyah

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Tragedy after tragedy, same topic every decade with no absolute idea to do away with the scourge. Climate change with a negative effect in the lives of the old, the young and more especially the youth who are considered to be the leaders of tomorrow. One among many areas of concern is the socio-economic sector. The natural causes of climate change is addressed by a layer which protects us from the harmful rays of the sun; this protective layer is called the ozone layer. But the activities undert...


The Four Step Ladder

Posted March 15, 2014 no picture The Am·bas·sa·dor

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·ORIGINALITY...MOTIVATION...DISCIPLINES...FOCUS... When you pro-create out of the imagination of your heart you are being original. This exercise is a way of innovation that brings about simplicity and distinction. It is the gift that operates on the highest level of human expression. The purpose of what is created makes it profound and this alone holds the value. To search out a matter is one thing, and to have the answer is another. There are certain areas in life that drives...


History of SIRAGU

Posted February 27, 2014 no picture Madhuvanti_GEMConnect_Chennai_India

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  • Age 16

Many of us want to serve the society. We have numerous ideas of how to make the lives of the people in need better. But do we actually implement them? Dr.V.Uma (Masters in Mathematics, Education Management, Hindi, Sanskrit and Wasteland development) and her husband Mr.R.N.Muthuram(B.Com., M.Com., Masters in Education) have dedicated their whole lives to social service. At the age of 10 itself, both of them along with a group of their friends began helping to clean the school ground...


Radiohead's Colin Greenwood in Mzansi with Children's Radio Foundation!

Posted January 20, 2014 no picture Moutse SA

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The Great Ambassador Colin Greenwood was here in South Africa and caught a glimpse of what the young reporters get up to during their radio productions. Listen to his interview at Moutse FM with the young reporters and our own Baby girl (youth facilitator) as well as his interview with 5FM DJ Fresh (aka Thato Sikwane) and be inspired.


The Me in the Mirror

Posted September 20, 2013 Avatar kaymiUnicef

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  • Age 22

This article is in response to Enenim Ubon's "Discover the Real You " Article HERE. I actually wrote this a couple of years ago when I was the shy and timid type, and after writing this and placing it on my wall, every morning I would look through it, recite and it worked for me, who knows it might do same for you too........ Hi you, Listen, i have had enough of your everyday complains As from now, you do as i say Enough with your self-criticism, low esteem and condemna...