When we started on this journey Magsthree years ago, I had no idea where it would lead, who we would meet or what the results would be. What I knew then, was that I was being placed in a soul space which needed expansion and the voice in my head kept on saying: “Don’t die with your passion inside of you.” Talking about the soul is not something which is an everyday conversation, yet, SOUL is my everyday experience with life and with people. I have spent many sleepless nights wondering how I could create a simple way to help others understand the journey of the soul and to also make the connection between the every day ordinary, routines and the SOUL. I have thought long and hard about how I can help others take meaning from their day to day encounters and to be more aware of the blessings that are exchanged – whether it is a positive or negative soul encounter.
“I don’t see my customers as numbers. Every customer is important and I pay attention to their needs. It is important in our profession that we communicate effectively with our customers and that they leave our garage feeling happy and satisfied.” Hani Rached.
“Tonight, I am proud to announce that all three Willis College campuses, Ottawa, Smiths Falls and Arnprior are coloured in Orange and will be until December 10th.
•We are organizing fundraising events for this worthy cause and 100% will be donated to IWSO.”
It is heartwarming when small gestures done with love and passion blossoms into more significant opportunities. In February, I profiled 10 St. Lucians on my blog whom I picked randomly and I knew were making a difference in the lives others. Two of these great… Continue Reading “How my small blog brought international exposure to St. Lucian athletes through the BBC World News…”
Mayank Sharma and the Asian Leadership Network (ALN), an affinity group of TD-MBNA Canada, was the recipient of the Business Award from the Immigrant Women Services Ottawa as part of their 25th Anniversary Celebrations on March 6th, 2014. IWSO awarded several other people with awards for outstanding community service which… Continue Reading “Congratulations to Mayank Sharma and the Asian Leadership Network, TD Canada for winning “Business Award”…”
Last night, I received a “Career Centre Commitment Award” from the Career Centre, Telfer School of Management at the University of Ottawa, for appreciation of the work which I have done with them in supporting International Students on their path towards employment in Ottawa. I… Continue Reading “An award for me – how precious! Celebrating the Career Centre of the Telfer School of Management, Ottawa University, 11th Career Centre Successes Reception”
As a tribute to observe St. Lucia’s 35th Independence Day Celebrations, I have been on a mission to feature 10 St. Lucians who are making a positive difference in uplifting the human spirit and adding inspiration and motivation to the lives of others. Well…. there are so many St.… Continue Reading “Congratulations to the St. Lucia Ottawa Association for a GREAT Independence Day Celebration!”
Every single day I ask myself, “What can I do to create a positive change in someone else’s life?” Sometimes, it is as simple as having a conversation or buying a coffee for someone. Sometimes it is taking care of myself so that I can have… Continue Reading “My 1st TuneIn and StepUp Challenge for 2014: Supporting 20 families who have been affected by flooding in St. Lucia”
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+… Continue Reading “The Holiday Dream! A great Christmas Initiative which will bless 500 people with over $25,000.00 of gift cards and gifts!”
This is an inspiring follow-up story to my earlier blog about “Come on… do you need to win the lottery to….? ” https://tuneinandstepup2013.wordpress.com/2013/09/17/come-on-do-you-really-need-to-win-the-lottery-to/ I indicated that my boss, Mengistab (above left) and I were having lunch in a small Eritrean Restaurant, The Red Sea Café, in Ottawa, when we… Continue Reading “Going back to basics – eating with your hands… A heart-warming Eritrean dining experience!”