Red Cross Oxfam With very slow movement by the British government, the British citizens of these islands are having a very difficult time, so they need as much help as possible. Click the links above to go to the relevant charities that have help on the ground already.
Weep Not For Me (By an Unknown Author) Weep not for me though I have gone Into that gentle night Grieve if you will, but not for long Upon my soul’s sweet fight I am at peace, my soul’s at rest There is no need for tears For with your love I was so blessed […]
These two videos will give you all the information in which you can do further research on ground breaking technologies which will change the way you do things on the Internet in the future. Bitcoin, BlockChain, Now And The Future Maidsafe Explanation
The horror of forced labour is coming back due to neo-libralism politics, plutocracy and the rise of oligarchs. Greed is good and the rise of militant religions have created a justification to see fellow human beings as lower than animals and therefore denied basic human rights. If you hate this aspect of the human conditions […]
Open Life Coaching at The Solihull Women’s Institute Can Sanguinity Seven help you break down the barriers that are holding you back? Do you recognise any of the following? Do you ask yourself ‘why am I in this relationship?’ Do you feel bored and frustrated with your career? Do you feel your social life is […]
These organisations listed below, are helping the people of Nepal with the tragedy of the massive earthquake. all funds made to them will be very helpful. DEC UNICEF OXFAM RED CROSS SAVE THE CHILDREN There has been a second earthquake and the need is now greater than before. Please give as much […]
Helpful Links For Donations Red Cross – http://www.redcross.org.uk/ebolavirus/ Médecins Sans Frontières – http://www.msf.ca/en/ebola Save The Children – http://www.savethechildren.org.uk/about-us/emergencies/ebola-crisis UNICEF – http://www.unicef.org.uk/landing-pages/ebola-crisis-west-africa-donate/ Here are some links to help donate cash to organisations that are looking to stamp out the ebola virus which is rampaging throughout West Africa.
http://dementiatimes.org present what they think is the best 10 things a carer should do if they have to look after someone with dementia. Clearly this list is not exhaustible but it should help in providing a pathway in which the carer and the patient can enjoy a more interesting and exciting life.
A light has gone out of the world, the birds have stop singing. Maya Angelou an apostle of forgiveness died today after a debilitating illness. She lives a life in which she worked with both Malcolm X and Martin Luther King. Maya Angelou had a wonderful way of making people feel part of a big […]