Why it takes a village – (Part 2 of 2)

It Takes a Village

In part one, I covered some of our personal experiences and history. We take our parental role seriously and we understand that effective parenting and leadership, is about influence and motivation to positive action. Life has those unknown external elements which are beyond our immediate control; they usually occur through the actions of others. However, … Read more Why it takes a village – (Part 2 of 2)

Truth sayer or sooth sayer

Me and my bike

There was a time when people would say, “just tell me the truth, I can handle it”. As time goes by, those people appear to be at a premium, or they’ve decided to hit the mute button. Contemporary interactions tend to be filled with people willing to hit the mute or delete button when they … Read more Truth sayer or sooth sayer

It’s important to remember

Having used many Social Media Platforms, interacted with other SM users and spoken to people who vehemently oppose the use of SM. The common thread would appear to be an acknowledgement that being online, in any capacity, requires a certain amount of boldness and a willingness to be (to whatever degree) exposed. Especially in cases … Read more It’s important to remember

Why it takes a village – helping young adults to build good long-term relationships & marriage (Pt 1 of 2)

Before the obvious educational establishments, before the rise of the Internet Search Engines, books and libraries were used to increase humankind’s knowledge. Before that, it was word of mouth from family members and community elders, along with cave and wall paintings. Books have lasted the test of time and are still used by those seeking … Read more Why it takes a village – helping young adults to build good long-term relationships & marriage (Pt 1 of 2)

The failure of the ‘type’

Human beings can be both fascinating and frustrating in equal measure, most are able to exercise our rights of ‘choice’, sometimes to our own detriment. On one hand, we have an ability to learn from mistakes, however, on the other, some repeatedly make intentional bad choices. People who are emotionally and mentally balanced, would consider … Read more The failure of the ‘type’