Month: December 2013

The Holiday Dream! A great Christmas Initiative which will bless 500 people with over $25,000.00 of gift cards and gifts!

 This Christmas over 100 families (and by extension about 500 individuals) will be receiving $10,000.00 in gift cards plus over 500 toys and gifts.   This is part of the Holiday Dream Initiative of the Kingdom Culture Ministries (KCM) in Ottawa. KCM contributed the $10,000.00 in gift cards while the 500+…

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A great partnership effort which brought smiles to the faces of children in St. Lucia. Children received bicycles and toys!

Christmas 2013,  St. Lucian children from across the island received bicycles, thanks to the great partnership efforts between Wilson Jn. Baptiste, Founder of The Gems of St. Lucia, Taj Weekes, the newly appointed UNICEF Champion for Children, his children’s charity, They Often Cry Outreach (TOCO)…

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Please wrap my Christmas present. Does wrapping gifts matter?

I made my first batch of Christmas baking yesterday – lots of cranberry, pecan and apple muffins!  I was about to send some in a small basket to one of my son’s friends who just came home for the holidays as he studies in Nova Scotia…

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The impact of Nelson Mandela on ordinary lives. Beautiful anecdotes from two ordinary people who met him…

This blog is a special tribute to the Honorable Nelson Mandela.  It was inspired by the people here who have made contributions to this article – thank you all.  At the announcement of Nelson Mandela’s death, many people simultaneously changed their profile pictures to…

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A striking picture to show the contrast of two worlds – young and old; new technology and old tradition

I first saw this picture on the internet last Sunday morning – a young cousin of ours from St.Lucia, Turshan Maxwell grating coconut the traditional way using the very traditional grater where the coconut is grated from the hard shell.  It is a skill you…

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Buying THAT Christmas tree…more soul courage to do what brings joy!

My daughter and I put up our Christmas tree this evening. I recall the day that we bought THAT tree. It was 9 years ago, when she was 7 and her brother was 9. It was their first Christmas in Canada and they longed…

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The documentary – watch Dawta Maolee, a single mom who feeds 200- 300 homeless people on the streets of Brooklyn…a documentary produced on a soul budget…

Do we need money or courage to do the things that call to our souls? I know for sure we need both but I knew even better that when we are aligned with our soul purpose, the universe conspires to make everything happen perfectly…

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