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Brand BabyThere is one thing, which I notice more and more with these families from Suburbia, something which distresses me. A pram no longer appears to be a device used for transporting a young child from point A to point B. Oh no, a pram is now so much more than that!
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Unleash the Power Within
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UnleashWhy, with the mental and spiritual strength we have, as leaders in this race of survival, do we fail to unleash our power within? In this article Laa'iqah encourages us to fulfill our potential.
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Finding the Lion Heart
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Finding Lion HeartEarlier this week I was invited to join Gail Kleinschmidt on one her animal assisted therapy sessions at the Lion Park, north of Johannesburg. It was an extremely powerful and moving morning and one that I shall always remember.
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The Forgiveness Project
Charity
ForgivenessThe Forgiveness Project is a young charitable organisation - with no political or religious affiliations - working at a local, national and international level to promote conflict resolution and restorative practices as alternatives to the endless cycles of conflict, violence and crime that are the hallmarks of our time.
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Lion Heart Project
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LionThe Lion Heart Project was founded to empower people with the understanding of their relationship with the wilderness, to encourage them to become thoughtful, compassionate and knowledgeable global citizens and to assist people to discover, through animal assisted therapy with Lions, their true power and potential as human beings.
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Dalai Lama Dreaming
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His Holiness the Dalai LamaThe Dalai Lama is one of the world's great spiritual leaders. Mandy De Waal writes about her experience of hearing him talk in Soweto and the deep impression he left upon her.
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Following the Signs
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Follow SignI'm a big believer in the mysterious language of signs but all too often I forget to look out for them and it seems that, no matter how hard they try, they simply pass by my attention. I was given a sharp reminder of their power recently when I had an incredible run of bad luck with my computer (and backup computer), let me explain...
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Shopping!
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ShoppingHave you ever noticed how men and women approach shopping differently? Men march straight in and out as quickly as possible whilst women take their time over their decisions. Christopher Nevill explores how these differences link back to our primitive past and were part of our survival necessity.
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Lughnasadh - The Grain Harvest
Celebrations
LammasPronounced - (Loo-nah-saah) this day is celebrated as the First Harvest Festival. In the midst of the scorching heat of a South African summer it might be a little difficult to believe; but the festival of Lughnasadh marks the tail end of summer and the beginning of the change in season towards autumn.
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New Year's Celebrations - Around the World
Celebrations
New YearI bet you're thinking to yourself "where did 2005 go?!" Yep, every year seems to fly past faster than the last and now you're suddenly busy working out where and how you'll usher in 2006. Now's a good a time as any to look around the world and back into history to see how mankind has celebrated and continues to celebrate the most popular festival in the calendar.
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