Archive for the ‘ezines’ Category

It is my nature to be an annoying Pollyanna personality. I am a "look at the bright side, find the silver lining, zippity-do-da" kinda gal. But you know, 2010 is bringing me down with round-the-clock news of the global economic crisis, wars, poverty, natural and industrial disasters. Feelings of sadness or depression overwhelm me at times and I find myself in search of my old comfort food friends: pasta, crackers, sweets. Read more

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There are certain strategies to combat the old PTSD fears and poverty. The first makes all others contingent to turning on joy and prosperity. Prayer is the first choice in God’s tools and faith in his Word. Trust is the second plug into the Holy Spirit’s power that makes prayer heard. There is a spiritual tip that will give your broken heart a good grip. Read more

The Massachusetts Health Care Reform was a law that had been enacted in the year 2006 for ensuring the safety of Massachusetts health insurance. According to the norms of the Massachusetts Health Care Reform, each and every member of the state of Massachusetts should be covered under Massachusetts health insurance policies. There are provisions of free health or medical insurance for residents who earn a lesser amount than 150% of the country’s poverty line. Read more

When you can and do think positively about your life and your situation in existence, that is wonderful. Anything else is outrageously horrible, especially when you feel it deeply. Think about this, consistent positive energy is genuinely a luxury, in feeling as well as in fact. For negative energy subtracts good power and energy and gives nothing to it. Read more

Since its founding in 1984, the African Children’s Choir has rescued hundreds of musical youngsters from orphanages and poverty, introduced them to the world, and prepared them for leadership roles. Each year, the ensemble travels across several continents, performing traditional songs and dances before appreciative audiences. Read more

Most of the developing countries with economically low income are facing a difficult state. Social and economic investment is the critical requirement of such countries. The government has to deal with two basic aspects to be able to solve the problems related to low income and poverty of the population. Read more

Do you know where the Cote d’Ivoire, or Ivory Coast, actually is on the west coast of Africa? Do take time to find out if you are not sure. I was not exactly sure where Uganda and Kenya were until I went there to speak and teach at Pastors and Leaders Seminars. We are approaching the World cup in South Africa and I have a real dilemma. Read more