It happens every New Year. We do an introspective year in review and look at all the things that happened based on our actions (or inaction) that we didn’t like and made resolutions, with the hope that we will become better individuals in the new year. Continue reading Resolutions and Why They Don’t Work
National heroes Day is a time to reflect, acknowledge and pay tribute to great individuals who fought for our liberty from slavery, both physical and mental as well as our liberty from colonialism and the fight for nationhood. These individuals, are sterling examples of what sacrifice and courage is and shows us how the actions of one individual can lead to great change, once they fully commit to achieving a goal. Continue reading Heroes Within Us.
Like most things we try for the first time, there will be failures. This leaves us with feelings of disappointment and sadness whenever our plan of action turns out unfavourably. It leads us to question whether our goals are worth the cost of failure Continue reading Failure: Bumps on The Road to Success.
Faith is the one thing that keeps us going from day to day. We have no idea if we will see the next day yet we make projections for the future as if we are guaranteed to see it. However, when it comes on to less instinctive issues like job security, money to pay the bills and our relationships, we fall short in the area of faith. Continue reading Faith and It’s Power
Independence is something we all strive to achieve through out our lives. From our days as children we all couldn’t wait for the day when we didn’t have to be told what to do, when we could do as we pleased. So in order to ensure that we could become Continue reading Independence and The Challenges We Face
A lot has changed since the past decade. We have had recessions, wars, iconic shifts in government (Obama) and the explosion in technology and social media in our daily lives. The most significant change that has taken place however, is our socialization and how we interact with each other. Continue reading Socialization in the 21st century
A few days ago, I had a discussion with some friends regarding children and family life. One of my friends had recently become a father and was expressing the joys of fatherhood and watching his son develop over time. Then the topic of age came up. Continue reading Family: When To Start One?
Society is split into three prominent levels; the lower class, middle class and the upper class. Each class is determined by characteristics such as education level, financial strength and heritage. These class levels determine how persons are treated in society, Continue reading Classism: Another Word For Discrimination
Materialism, according to The Free Dictionary is defined as “The theory or attitude that physical well-being and worldly possessions constitute the greatest good and highest value in life”. We as a people tend to look up to the individuals among us who have managed to attain worldly possessions in abundance. Continue reading Materialism: Measure of Accomplishment?