What is Coltan and what does it have to do with you?
A lot of nutrition can be gained from ingesting wild and wayside plants and flowers.
Meditation can be used in many ways to deal with anxiety, frustration, and anger in school children. It’s been proven to be effective in these areas as well as improving focus in the classroom and helping students with emotional issues or attention deficits become calmer and more able to concentrate on their work in the […]
Think about what you’re passionate about and how you could get involved with a local initiative that would contribute to your area’s overall betterment. Volunteering is not just good for your own personal well-being; it helps to strengthen communities and can even lead to bigger opportunities. If you want to make a difference in your neighborhood, find out what volunteer events are taking place near you—and get involved!
The gaps between what is available on paper and what is actually available are part of a larger problem. While this may seem like sufficient bathrooms to many of us, some residents feel differently: It’s bad enough being homeless without constantly worrying about where you’re going to go when you need to use the bathroom.
Where has peace and love gone in the world?
Help us keep hope alive for the children that have no one and lived on the street until last night.
Africa and its people have been treated differently by both the Western and Eastern countries of the world. However, in recent years the West seems to be becoming more and more involved with developing Africa, while the East has always seemed to want to exploit Africa’s resources. Is there one of these approaches that is better than the other?
A blog post about an idea that would work for collective economics.
Union Pacific, one of the country’s largest railroad companies, says it may avoid operating in L.A. County following the spike in thefts, which it blames on lax prosecution of crimes. The containers and trains are locked, but can be broken into. https://www.cnn.com/2022/01/14/economy/la-freight-railroad-theft/index.html