Friday, July 17, 2015

A DELAYED SUCCESS IS BETTER THAN A TOTAL FAILURE



In September 2005, At the UN World Summit all 191 United Nation Member states pledged to meet the eight goals by 2015
"We will have time to reach the Millennium Development Goals – worldwide and in most, or even all, individual countries – but only if we break with business as usual.
We cannot win overnight. Success will require sustained action across the entire decade between now and the deadline. It takes time to train the teachers, nurses and engineers; to build the roads, schools and hospitals; to grow the small and large businesses able to create the jobs and income needed. So we must start now. And we must more than double global development assistance over the next few years. Nothing less will help to achieve
the Goals."
United Nations Secretary-General
Kofi A. Annan
Goal 1:
Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger
Reduce by half the proportion of people living on less than a dollar a day.
Reduce by half the proportion of people who suffer from hunger
Goal 2:
Achieve universal primary education.
Ensure that all boys and girls complete a full course of primary schooling
Goal 3:
Promote gender equality and empower woman.
Eliminate gender disparity in primary and secondary education preferably by 2005, and at all levels by 2015
Goal 4:
Reduce child mortality.
Reduce by two thirds the mortality rate among children under five
Goal 5:
Improve maternal health
Reduce by three quarters the maternal mortality ratio
Goal 6:
Combat HIV/AIDS
Halt and begin to reverse the spread of HIV/AIDS
Halt and begin to reverse the incidence of malaria and other major diseases
Goal 7
Ensure Environmental sustainability
Integrate the principles of sustainable development into country policies and programmes; reverse loss of environmental resources
Reduce by half the proportion of people without sustainable access to safe drinking water
Achieve significant improvement in lives of at least 100 million slum dwellers, by 2020
Goal 8
Develop global partnership for development.
Develop further an open trading and financial system that is rule-based, predictable and non-discriminatory, includes a commitment to good governance, development and poverty reduction— nationally and internationally
Address the least developed countries' special needs. This includes tariff- and quota-free access for their exports; enhanced debt relief for heavily indebted poor countries; cancellation of official bilateral debt; and more generous official development assistance for countries committed to poverty reduction
Address the special needs of landlocked and small island developing States
Deal comprehensively with developing countries' debt problems through national and international measures to make debt sustainable in the long term
In cooperation with the developing countries, develop decent and productive work for youth
In cooperation with pharmaceutical companies, provide access to affordable essential drugs in developing countries
In cooperation with the private sector, make available the benefits of new technologies— especially information and communications technologies
UN Website

Thoughts to ponder July 2015

FREEDOM IS FOCUSING ON TODAY, AND TO DO THE BEST YOU CAN WITH WHAT YOU HAVE NOW.

Do not die fighting for freedom.   Bondage lies in 'looking over the shoulder to blame'.

War cripples a country and kills people you love.
War destroys the economies of nations.
We can not eat bullets.


Choose peace through education and employment.

Do not vote for militant self righteous leaders .with empty promises.

Learn about the economy.

Struggling companies can not afford wage increase, bonuses for management and an unfair gap between the workers and the bosses.

It is a good idea to consider the damage that a strike will do to the general economy.   It will affect the pensions that of the elderly and those who struggles and it will increase taxes.

If the union leader, who urges workers to strike, has a round fat shiny head,  he possibly lives from the proceeds of strife.   Think before you act.

Saturday, July 04, 2015

IMMUNIZE CHILDREN AGAINST DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE



SUBSTANCE ABUSE IMMUNIZATION.
EMPOWER ALL CHILDREN TO USE THEIR RIGHT TO SAY NO TO DRUGS

Immunize children against drug and alcohol abuse, with early education to give them the tools to say no to substances that overshadow their thinking ability.

Whenever there is an outbreak of any life-threatening disease, we are quick to develop drugs to immunize us against it spreading, but we seem to remain powerless against to increasing drug addictions in schools.

DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE DESTROY MORE LIVES THAN ANY DISEASE OR WAR IN HISTORY.

Drug and alcohol abuse destroys more lives than any disease or war in history, yet we do little to immunize the minds of our youth against addiction to foreign substances.

We can prevent people falling into the drug-trap by teaching little children about the side effects and control that addictive substance has over our lives.

THE WORLD NEEDS A GENERATION OF YOUNG PEOPLE WHO ARE IN FULL CONTROL OF THEIR THINKING ABILITIES AT ALL TIMES

The ability to ‘say no to drugs’ must be established in the consciousness of children long before they are subjected to it. Drug immunity education should begin at kindergarten and continue throughout their school life. It should be presented to the children by means of age related film, art and discussion.

Halfway through every television program there should be one free self empowerment advertisement. This should form part of the licence for a television company to operate in South Africa.

Our aim should be to create a generation of responsible young people who will be in full control of their mental capacities at all times.

ALCOHOL AND DRUGS ACT LIKE FOREIGN CONTROLLING ENTITIES.

It should be understood that someone who abuse alcohol or drugs, literally lends the control of his/her thinking ability to a stranger. - The drug or alcohol.

IF ONE IS NOT IN CHARGE OF ONES LIFE, SOMEONE OR SOMETHING ELSE IS
Taking drugs or alcohol is like lending ones most precious possession, ones brain power, to a stranger. Why trust a drug or any foreign substance willingly with ones actions.
Being ‘blind drunk’ could be viewed as a temporary form of suicide or coma.
Many people never fully recover from a coma.
People may undergo a change in personality, when the substance is in charge of their brains. Some people like the escape from reality. They like the temporary confidence that the new drug is giving.
Eventually the crash comes.

SUBSTANCE ABUSE CAUSES A DEADENING OF THE MIND EMOTIONS RESULTING IN DISEASE AND DESTRUCTION OF EVERYTHING THAT IS GOOD.

The body and emotions can take only so much abuse, and as time goes by the nervous system ceases to respond to logic and emotional stimuli. Other bodily organs may also fail and the person may find that he/she may be on the wrong side of the law, worse still – in jail with the only excuse that ‘It was not me who did that’
The fact is that it is you because when you lend your vehicle to a stranger, you should be responsible for traffic fines.

Your body is a vehicle driven by your intellect (your natural computer).
Say no to drugs and alcohol from the start. That "feeling" it gives you is the secret code that will imprison you. It infiltrates your desires and you decision making ability of your brain in the same way as a virus infects a computer. Before it crashes, there are signs of changed or diminished responsibility.
THE CRASH IS NEAR

Perhaps your parents became upset by your behavior. Perhaps they may even have said "I don't know you any more” When that happens, you have sold your sole to a stranger and all you will get in return are some memories of feeling in charge and having a good time. Soon, it may even feel better to sell your sole to drugs, because the real self may have more problems than it can cope with.

If you took drugs willingly, you are not the victim. You need to pay the price for your actions.
You wasted a God-given life and possibly the lives of other.

ENERGY ANATOMY
The new anatomy describes an ‘invisible’ magnetic protection layer or health aura ‘my space’ around the body.

One can experience an invasion of the ‘my space’ when someone stands too close. In ‘my space’.

Narcotic substances can create permanent weak spots or tears in the ‘my space’ magnetic protective aura.
This can lead to the possession or invasion of entities, insanity or disease.

Some alternative practices use drugs to loosen the consciousness from the confinement of the brain – going on trips. This remains a dangerous practice. Even under controlled circumstances.

Life is short enough; I cannot understand why people force themselves to experience other existences when they should be focusing on their reason for incarnating on this earth.