Chai Ubonchinda was in his boat when he spotted the Norwegian couple stuck in the mud. What he did next to save them from the muddy situation will inspire and move.
How was your last day of 2013? Did it end with spectacular fireworks display? For some, you are probably still waiting to usher in the new year. I hope you have had or are having a wonderful time with your loved ones on the last day of 2013.
Things or situations are inflexible at times … but we can be flexible with our choices or decisions. A lot of times we thought that we are incapable of change but the truth could be that we are bidding for more time. In other words, we procrastinate – as long as we do not have to change, we want everything to remain as they are.
As another school year begins and old routines settle back into place, I wanted to share my story in honor of the teachers everywhere who care for our children. I lost my 6-year-old daughter Ana Grace on Dec. 14, 2012, in the rampage at Sandy Hook Elementary School. My son, who was in the building and heard the shooting, survived.
Glen James, a homeless man living in Boston, may not be homeless anymore after he promptly returned over $40,000 in lost money; consisting of $2,400 in cash and $39,500 in travelers checks, which he found at the South Bay Mall in Dorchester on Saturday evening.
Don’t get it wrong that the word patience literally means ‘waiting for things to happen.’ As much as there is waiting involves, there is also work to be done, before and during the waiting.
We do have to know that it is just as important to receive that blessings as it was to give it all we have in everything we do. Most people never hesitate to always give their 100% but when it comes to receiving the fruit of their labour, they sometimes sabotage themselves by subconsciously