Why Giving Enriches the Giver – The Truth Behind The Corporate Social Investment Explosion
The realisation of the simple fact – that by helping my neighbour, I’m helping myself – lies at the root of the corporate social investment explosion which has swept through the business world these last 10 years. In South Africa alone, $750 million is spent annually on corporate social investment – on projects centred around education, job creation and development, HIV, community building, sport, arts and culture. SAB contributes $150,00 annually, Harmony Gold Mine $12 million, Standard Bank $11.The Most Famous Temples in the World
When talking about temples, most people would think about sacred places for Hindus, Buddhists, Sikhs, and Taoists. Most temples allow visitors to come into the places, but they need to follow certain rules. Here’s the top 10 list of most famous temples in the world.Wisdom of a Five Year Old: What Parents Can Learn
Do you ever stop and pause long enough to allow the wisdom from your child to come forth? I often stop my day and quietly turn on the recorder and engage my children in conversation, just to allow the well of their wisdom to come forth and with that process I am always blessed and I gain a greater respect for each one of them. Here I share one of those conversations.Lifestyle Options
It seems like now more than ever there are hundreds of different lifestyle choices a person can make. It is a good thing there are so many options because a person’s lifestyle choice has a direct bearing on the things they do, the people they hang out with, the clothes they wear, and the things they consume.Were Panic Attacks The Same In Prehistoric Times As They Are Now?
In the middle of October, Drok and his little band start off for their winter quarters very close to what is now Brighton. They’d been travelling for about six days, when Drok saw a trail branching off the one they were on at the moment, and decided to explore it for a little way. He walked down the dusty path, his glance darting to left and right.