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ST: Running for Good! 

By Jed Senthil

First published on The Straits Times on 29 July 2017.

Most people run to keep up with their own fitness, and be physically and mentally engaged. 729 more words

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Graft (an acrostic poem)

Granted, I didn’t think I would do that well

Really, I’m not usually this greedy

Actually I am downright altruistic

Fortunately it’s all water under the bridge… 12 more words

Acrostic Poem

A Fundraising Journey with the Year 11 Captains

Cheadle Hulme School’s Year 11 Captains this year embarked on an ambitious fundraising journey, to raise the money required to fund one student place for a year at the School.  641 more words


My journey from self-centred and depressed to altruistic and happy…

Welcome to my blog. My name is Pete, thanks for stopping by and reading my story. I guarantee there will be something you can learn from my ramblings in these pages where I describe my experience of how my ego has affected my life so far and what I plan to do about it. 187 more words


Word of the day


Unselfishly concerned for or devoted to the welfare of others (opposed to egoistic); charitable acts motivated purely by altruism

We should not cast suspicion on altruistic people and organizations dedicated to improving the lot of people in need. 41 more words


The "A" Team. 1 kidney turns into a chain effect of kidney transplants.

The A-Team… “A” stands for Anonymous (or Altruistic as we are technically referred to in the transplant community) and there is definitely a “Team” in this whole process, so therefore; I am part of the A-Team! 1,229 more words

Jesus Walks Among Us

Since it is the Spirit that gives life and the flesh is of no avail, out of all of the photographs I took of this sunset, this particular photo revealed a figure in a white robe with a scarlet red cloak walking into the sunset. 31 more words