Posts Tagged ‘human trafficking’

Winter is for Lingering (Curator)

As my mother might say, “winter is for sipping and savoring, for taking life slow and learning to enjoy the simple things.” Thus, over time, winter has become, for me,  a time of learning to be patient, a time of resting and waiting with expectancy while also taking joy in the moments at hand.

Keith Jarrett: Save Your soul. Turn Off Your Gadget (Fast Company)

When you are so lucky as to witness something beautiful — whether it’s Keith Jarrett at the piano or a homeless subway performer who finds happiness in singing just as passionately when the platform is empty as when it’s full–resist the temptation to whip out your gadget. Enjoy this rare sliver of time called now. It will be gone before you know it.

Broken Wheels in Need of Fixing (Curator)

But even with the myriad NGOs working against human trafficking, it is an uphill battle. Their work is vital and thousands of lives have been restored, but the problem of trafficking remains. It is currently the fastest growing criminal enterprise in the world.

Don’t Should All Over Yourself (Art of Manliness)

When you do things simply to please others or gain their approval, when you act purely from a sense of guilt, you give up a bit of your personal power. And you head down a path that invariably leads to feelings of  resentment, anger, and depression.

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