yoga
17 Jun
  • By Camilla Marsh
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Want To Be a Better Person? Do Yoga

In light of International Day of Yoga held on 21 June each year, and as an avid yogini myself, I dedicate this post to illuminating how Yoga can make you a better person – more compassionate and more capable of looking out for others. Now this may come as a surprise to those of us […]

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Africa Day
20 May
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All You Need To Know About Africa Day

Have you ever experienced the incredulous look in a foreigner’s eyes when you explain to them that Africa is infact a continent and not a single country? And when you tell them you’re from SOUTH Africa and they ask you where that is? And all this before even starting to explain that no lions do […]

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International Day of Families
13 May
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In Celebration of International Families Day

In our ultra independent, competitive era, we oftentimes overlook the age-old importance of the family connection. We’re so busy in our quest to conquer the world, chartering our own ships, that we forget to acknowledge the crew who supported us along the way.   But no matter how far you sail, or how many oceans […]

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Mother Earth Day
18 Apr
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10 Small Habits to Change our Planet

Did you know that today 22 April, is International Mother Earth Day? If there ever was a day worth celebrating, this is it. With each moment that passes you can hear the gasps of our planet’s failing lungs as she struggles for air. Her hair once lush with rainforests and jungles is now a jumble […]

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world’s most generous countries
12 Apr
  • By Dayle Kavonic
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These Are The World’s Most Generous Countries

With all the talk of crime, war, terrorism and Trump buzzing around us like a persistent fly, it’s easy to get down about the state of the world – to start losing faith in humanity. It’s helpful, then, to be reminded that there are good people on this planet. Lots of them. Around 2.2 billion, […]

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Arbor Month
01 Apr
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Dig in This Arbor Month

Arbor Day is traditionally celebrated on the last Friday of April each year, but this needn’t mean we can’t get our fingers green ‘til then. As age-old forests continue to be mutilated and massacred and Earth’s once harmonious ecosystem severely compromised, planting a tree is one of the best means to making our planet a […]

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new power
26 Mar
  • By Laura Parker
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Understanding the Concept of New Power

“Old power works like a currency. It is held by few. Once gained, it is jealously guarded, and the powerful have a substantial store of it to spend. It is closed, inaccessible, and leader-driven. It downloads, and it captures. New power operates differently, like a current. It is made by many. It is open, participatory, and peer-driven. It […]

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