Most children arrive with some dance and musical training and even some experience in acting, but very few show up with comedic skills. So, it helps to have a guiding hand from experienced comics who understand qualities like timing and writing and re-writing comedy material.
One of the things that mark out a civilized society is the way those who are successful help those who are in need. The Middle East has more than its fair share of motivated people such as these, with a number of homegrown philanthropists having made and still making a very real difference to the lives of those who live in the region.
There are so many ways in which you can give back and help those who need it most. Things that are considered necessities to some are unattainable luxuries to many, many others. Giving back in any way, from simple donations to starting your own charity, is impactful and meaningful.
Connor Beaton is the founder of Man Talks, a monthly discussion forum aimed at men that has attracted a huge following. “I organized the group to address the question ‘What are the biggest problems of men?’ and to shed light on how men can excel as husbands, fathers & providers,” says Connor.
If you’re considering teaching in Nepal, here are three tips to make your experience supreme!
Last week I was accepted to volunteer to teach English to elementary and high school children in the foothills of the Himalayas in Annapurna, Nepal. I’ll be working with a non-profit organization committed to raising the educational standards of school age children in this part of the world: “Trek To Teach.” But, I can’t handle this teaching venture on my own, I need your help.
Our wonderful Trek to Teach team, and the people of Nepal, while wounded, remain optimistic and resilient. Such positive and delightful people remind me of one of the main reasons I started Trek to Teach. This positivity within the Nepali people is contagious, they make the world a better place and should not be limited by having a neglectful education. They should have the ability to communicate with the world and expand their vast horizons in business and in life. We aim to make that into a reality.
This must be what Pope Francis meant when he said don’t be overwhelmed by the sheer number of refugees… the oppressed poor, but to look into their faces: people wanting only a better future for their children. Planting seeds of hope, not hate.
Born from a simple dream to give back, Joggo is our Journey to Greater Good. With each fair trade certified stitch in our partner’s factory, Joggo is giving back in order to educate refugee kids in different parts of the world.
We came to a plateau with a little open field. Sitting in that field were 300 mothers holding their sick and malnourished children. It was just this overwhelming sight.