This is a awesome effort by CNN, they launched a the CNN Freedom Project in attempt to stop modern day slavery. It starts with education and it with education everyone can do something about the issue. Here are some stats that you should know! Continue reading »
Here is one inspiring story about Keiko Fukuda who is a Judo Master from Japan who dedicated her life to martial art’s despite the resistance she got throughout her life. She could not go beyond the 5th degree black belt till lately when she became the only women in the world to receive a 10th degree black belt.
Passion and perseverance does pay!
Watch the below clip from the upcoming doc Be Strong, Be Gentle, Be Beautiful, which profiles the life of 98-year-old judo master Keiko Fukuda. Her destiny down the path of judo was set two generations before her, and in 1934 (at age 21) she begantraining (this was during the final time of the Samurai). Keiko is also the last living member of Kano, the founder of judo. She gave up marriage, family, and Japanese citizenship to pursue a life practicing judo, and it paid off: She’s the only woman in the world to receive a 10th-degree black belt.
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I try to donate blood at least twice a year. While it saves lives and helps those who might need it, i had a friend who is a doctor who gave me a simple analogy which stuck in my head.
The reason you service your car every 3-4 months is so that you can remove the engine oil which lubricates your can mechanics to new oil so that it runs smoothly. If you didn’t change your car oil, it collects all sorts of dirt and eventually causes damage to your engine which will ultimate cause your car to fail.
Yes it extremely layman but the analogy made perfect sense to me and felt that by donating blood, it gives my body the opportunity to create new blood cells which could only be good? Im no doctor so i wouldnt understand the technicalities and how the body works.
Here is a interesting read about Men Who Donate Blood May Reduce The Risk of Heart Decease
I suggest you go donate once and see how you feel, i always feel good after donating and i keep the blood donation book in my car just in case i stumble upon a blood donation drive somewhere if i dont get the time to go to the hospital to donate blood
9 Reasons for donating blood Continue reading »
This is by far my favourite award show, CNN Heroes calls for extrodinary people who have been doing great things in thr background to bring them to the front and to recognize their awesome work. I had the opportunity to watch one of the heroes sometime back and started following them since.
CNN announced that the 2010 CNN Hero was Anurada Koirala. She runs Friends of Maiti Nepal
Friends of Maiti Nepal’s primary role is to gather resources in the United States to assist Maiti Nepal in its battle against the egregious human rights violations of sex trafficking.
Its fantastic that some can be soo selfless and go beyond their means to make our planet a better place.
Everyday People Changing The World
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