One of my goals was to give to the kids who needs help in getting an education, as I believe education is key to a poverty free world.... here are some pictures from our first project at a very rural school in Sri Lanka. Arawatta school in Mahiyangana, Sri Lanka. We were able to give … Continue reading Giving Project 1
I decide to live my dream, and let the kids have an education like no other! Only 3 weeks and 4 days away to go to start my year away with kids. I feel organised but there is always that little voice telling you there is something I have missed even with my multiple lists. I have many … Continue reading Let your heart guide you to happiness
We are heading over to Sri Lanka for a life changing experience, to carry out a few charitable projects (see my other post on this subject). The main aim is to help kids break out of the cycle of poverty. Help educate children stuck in a cycle of poverty the only way for the cycle … Continue reading Garage Sale To Feed Kids
My next long term travel destination is Sri Lanka, my birth country! I have booked tickets to head over in November. I cant wait to take my kids there and show them a different part of world. The plan is to live there with my kids for 6 months. It will be me and my … Continue reading Help A Charity Project In Sri Lanka: Educate The Children & Break The Poverty Cycle
Are we, the grown ups, responsible for destroying the happiness in this world? We make our kids do things they are not willing at times ( getting ready to go to school in the morning is a classic example), we make them listen to us making them do things that they reallu rather not (naturally … Continue reading Happiness Anyone? How we can learn from/with our kids
We can overcome world poverty if everyone in this world opens their eyes and hearts…..
POVERTY IS SEXIST:
“It’s about time someone said it. Being born female in one of the world’s poorest countries means your life will be harder, simply because of your gender. Unlocking the full potential of girls and women wouldn’t just transform their own lives, or even their families’ – it could help end extreme poverty for good”. – ONE
“Being born female in one of the world’s poorest countries means your life will be harder, simply because of your gender”. I often think about those words. As an American woman, who is healthy, educated and has been blessed with amazing opportunities to see the world, I wonder what my life would be like if I’d been born somewhere else. Like India or Chad or Afghanistan. Would I just be a number?
The more I see and learn about the world, the more I realize that life is unfair in…
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