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The International Day of Peace: Peace is not just a word

By the grace of good Heavens, we are in September. Since 1982, on very 21st day of each September in every year, the world observes the International Day of Peace; a day “devoted to strengthening the ideas of peace, both within and among all nations and peoples”. 687 more words

Africa

Worship Can Save Your Life!

Worship Can Save Your Life! Yes, developing a lifestyle of biblical praise and worship is not simply a nice idea. It can, in fact, save your life as well as the lives of others around you. 161 more words

Wisconsin Passivhaus Combines Three Movements: Green Developing, Tiny Home And Sustainable Living

Sonya Newenhouse practices what she preaches She founded Madison Environmental, a green consulting firm, and now is putting her name to use by building and promoting the NewenHouse, described as “superinsulated, sustainable, modest kit houses that are furnace totally free, even in cold… by… 7 more words

Women Ideas

lithotine

arms draw out

in black, which soaks up light safely

and leaves bright contrast in limestone

I rock, smoothing the surfaces across each other until… 28 more words

Poetry

Podcast #two: What To Think About Ahead Of Developing Your Screened Porch With Guest Nancy Moore

Program Notes:What to Consider Before Building Your Screened Porch
Dave: Today we’;re very porchunate to have Nancy Moore, the owner of the Porch Company, with us. 33 more words

Women Ideas

African leaders should see through the lenses of their people

Last week, I went on a road trip to a village in Rwanda called Kaduha, in the Southern province ,to visit a stranded yet modernized health facility. 890 more words

Africa

Minding your business: A key tool for National Development

Minding your business is an art just as listening, etiquette and the likes are. For some universally unknown reason and a human beings apparent need to cure the plague of curiosity (which is not always a bad thing), we all find it difficult to mind our business. 535 more words

True Talk