DAVID CAIN, RAPTITUDE
JUN. 27, 2014, 11:56 AM 182,614 33
I’ve only been back at work for a few days, but already I’m noticing that the more wholesome activities are quickly dropping out of my life: walking, exercising, reading, meditating, and extra writing.
The one conspicuous similarity between Read more ›
Men like Mandela are my last vestige of hope.
Yesterday saw a tragic death of 4 Palestinian children who were killed in the crossfire of war… and the world is up in arms while… Read more ›
You need to stop looking to man for leadership and get off your behind and become your own leader. The problem with looking to others for leadership is that you then have someone to blame when things go wrong whereas most people dont or wont blame themselves for their ignorance. Man is fallable and we always place an unjust, high expection on our fellow man. When he fails, then we are disappointed, not because he failed, that possibility is a reality, its because we expect him to do everything for us. Your knowledge affects me and my knowledge affects you. Your ignorance affects me and my ignorance affects you. We need to take responsibility for our own education and then those around us. With increased knowledge comes confidence and power and a simmering in your spirit. A fire will be ignited inside of you that will compel you to change and in so doing, change your environment which collectvely, ultimately changes the world.
I joined the Cape Town beach cleanup group at Eden on the Bay Saturday morning 7 June at 10 am. We were given gloves and a bag and asked to pick up any rubbish on the beach especially the plastic pieces like the little rings that are found at the bottom of plastic bottle caps. We were told that the birds eat this plastic and this results in their demise in some instances. Read more ›
Three Free tickets available for the screening of a documentary called Miners Shot Down by Rehad Desai produced by Uhuru Productions at Cinema Nouveau Waterfront Cape Town on Tuesday 27 May 2014. starts at 7pm email firstname.lastname@example.org
Documentary screening Lansdowne Cape Town on Saturday 17 May 2014 at 7pm. To register, email email@example.com
free entry but non perishable food donations encouraged.
The Power is OURS!!
This is a statement of intent. An idea has been set in motion and no one Read more ›
One of the greatest problems the current monetary system has generated today is the imprisonment of people within careers they hate. Whether it be the single mom working 3 mindless jobs just to make enough to feed her child, or the investment banker who spends his days staring at numbers, making an annual 6 figure salary but all the while dying on the inside and terrified he’s wasting his life. Read more ›
WOW, what an emotional documentary. I urge anybody and everybody to watch this documentary about the electric car. It evoked sadness that Read more ›