2 Day of The 21 POSITIVE Fast...
The Subconscious is much larger then the conscious mind. Be cautious of not believing in the past remembrance from your past failure or what just happen 5 minutes ago. Undo the incident and negative words from your mind by replacing it with positive affirmation, a scripture or your own positive contribution.
Remember, make every moment count. Be THANKFUL for everything because there are people who wish they can have what you have.
Most of the times individuals see it in a negative perspective because people wish that they can have what you have. That is your reminder that you should be Thankful, even if that person is jealous of you. That is the moment you bless that person with courage.
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Goedemorgen 😃 Echt eerlijk zijn tegen jezelf laat je zo veel makkelijker toegeven, erkennen en inzien dat jijzelf het verschil maakt. Stel je baalt dat je een onvoldoende hebt en bent boos. Hoe zou je je voelen als je toegeeft dat je veel te laat begonnen bent met leren? En wat ga je dan DOEN? Of zou je nog steeds zeggen dat je het druk hebt als je toegeef, inziet en erkent dat je andere dingen doet en eigenlijk geen planning hebt? 😊 🙏
Het gaat weer om zelfreflectie 👊
Maak er een fijne woensdag van 💖
A tree that fills ones embrace grows from a seedling; a tower nine stories high starts with one single brick; a journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step......
We’re absolutely delighted to announce that our first Gala Ball, which was held in September in the Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin has raised an outstanding €138,000 to support families across Ireland living with a childhood cancer diagnosis.
Commenting on the announcement, Chief Executive, Gillian Creevy said:
“We are absolutely thrilled our inaugural Gala Ball has been such a success, raising much needed funds to support families across Ireland coming to terms with the devastating impact of cancer.
“Our sincerest thanks to our wonderful ball sponsor, @the_talent_spot, our fabulous ball committee and each and everyone of our guests who contributed so generously.”
Goedemorgen 😃 Als je eerst naar jezelf wijst voordat je naar de ander wijst, gun je jezelf het waardevolle proces van zelfreflectie waar je wijzer van wordt. 👊 Hoogstwaarschijnlijk wordt er dan helemaal niet meer gewezen naar de ander wat sociaal gedrag vergroot. Complimenten! 👊
Durf jij eerst naar jezelf te wijzen? 🙏
Jij maakt het verschil!
Wijze maandag 😃 💛
"A tree, A life so many years gone by
History bound in each new ring and every scar
I lay nestled in Her arms, I listen to all She has to say
She speaks to me through my bare feet
My hands, She speaks to me on the wind (on the wind)
And in the rain (in the rain)
Telling me stories born long before my time"
~ From "Offerings To Luna" by Julia Butterfly Hill
Had a great time visiting with Julia today. Read her full poem and learn more about her at www.juliabutterfly.com.
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“Last year I set myself a personal target to volunteer 30 times – to mark 30 years since I was first diagnosed with cancer. As a survivor, I’m so inspired knowing I’m supporting others.” Lucy is one of our wonderful volunteers, and at today’s Flame of Hope Awards she is being presented with Event Volunteer of the Year. “My favourite part of volunteering? I’ve made so many new friends and my confidence has grown beyond recognition”. Thank you so much, Lucy – #YouMakeTheDifference 🌟🏆💖
Did you say 10K followers?!? 😱🙈 THANK YOU SO MUCH EVERYONE FOR FOLLOWING THIS PAGE!! YOU GUYS ROCK🙌🏼🍻 👆🏼All of you make a huge difference ✔️ And thanks so much to whoever likes, comments and shares the love💕 #CHEERSTOTHE10k#Tzniutforyou#youmakethedifference 👆🏼
28 4616:18 PM Mar 19, 2017
“I was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer in 2007. That year of treatment was an incredibly difficult time, but I survived and I’m now nearly 10 years in remission. In 2014, I walked a Race for Life 5k with my friends. To see everybody’s devotion to a cause very close to my heart was so inspiring, I knew I wanted to be a part of these events and volunteer for Cancer Research UK. Cancer completely changed my life. At the time, I was in a regular 9 to 5 job, but then I decided I wanted to inspire people to live a healthier lifestyle and keep myself fit. I became a full-time fitness instructor, a job that brings me so much joy day in and day out. When I was walking the 5k back in 2014, I saw the stage and asked if I could perform a dance track on it. The year after I was on that stage officially warming up the crowds. To stand in front of these inspiring people makes me incredibly happy and grateful to be a part of these events. Through volunteering at Race for Life, I’ve gained a family. Everyone has a different story - some have lost loved ones, some are there to support family or friends, some are survivors, some are going through cancer right now. But everyone has the same aim: to raise funds to help future generations survive.” It's National Volunteers' Week, so we’re thanking some of our amazing volunteers for their dedication and hard work. This is beating cancer #youmakethedifference