Student Spotlight! Ramu, an alumnus of RDF Kalleda School belonged to a typical RDF family. He hailed from a Lambada tribe and cycled 5 km to school daily from Seethya thanda to his school. His parents eked their living as farm and daily wage labourers. Ramu loved school and felt that the world was brought closer to him through textbooks and watching documentaries and videos with his teachers. He didn’t feel isolated in his remote thanda. “I always knew that I do well in school and for that I was willing to sacrifice the small joys of growing up”, he once profoundly told his teachers. During holidays, he worked on farms too, in order to financially support his family. He even insisted that some of his earnings go towards his education – this high level of self responsibility and perseverance is a characteristic we see in many of our rural children. In Class 10, his hardwork and his positive attitude ensured that he came out with flying colours, obtaining the 1st rank in the Mandal with a 9.5 GPA.
Big rocks at soccer practice. Discovering a waterlogged newspaper. Holding a friends dog can be so rewarding. I love watching these four grow and discover all life offers! #discover#learn#grow#barefeet#summer2018
Day 12 of 100 days of self-improvement.
Be willing to ask for help!!
It is so easy to fall into the mindset that you have so much to do and nobody to help you. How you are all alone in this world. .
BUT have you asked for help? Have you been vulnerable enough to show others that you need it?
I struggled with this. As I viewed it as a weakness. An internal flaw for needing help. .
BUT, I now see my ability to ask for it as a strength. And I am truly blessed with an abundance of people willing TO HELP!!
However, I didn't see it until I was strong enough to be vulnerable and acknowledge that it was more than ok to need it. .
I am #blessed and eternally #grateful AND I don't have to do it on my own!!
Understanding that rejections or appeared failures are life’s greatest lessons and opportunities to grow is paramount to achieving our greatest dreams!!! Live your best life by choosing to never fear failure again!!!
Today's English Idiom : No way!
NO WAY can be used in any situation depends on the context. The meaning is not only "Tidak mungkin" but also "TIDAK!" or "ENGGAK!" (It is clearly stating that you are extremely don't like it)
Have a nice day and happy Ied Al-Adha 😊❤😉
Source of Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary
It’s WCW! And what a woman to celebrate! Not a Sydney local, but we think worth a mention for a little mid-week inspiration! Check out her podcasts for some soul sessions or masterclasses from some of the best! We’ve been listening lately and loving it!👩🏾🎓👩🏼🎓👩🏻🎓
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"Jamie Oliver’s jerk rice was a recipe for disaster! The chef’s microwavable interpretation of Jamaican cuisine has been called out as cultural appropriation. But it’s not hard to make an authentically delicious jerk dish." Daniel Lavelle, The Guardian, United Kingdom
Check out @1judilove attempting to get an order of @jamieoliver cultural appropriated and ridiculously insulting #punchyjerkrice that is not available at any authentic #jamaican or #caribbean restaurant around the world. ++++++ @jamieoliver be advised that Jerk sauce is a marinate done in a barbecued style for chicken, pork or fish. It is for meat, not rice or paella. Jerk is a type of cooking that originates in Jamaica, where meat is dry-rubbed or marinated in a seasoning made up of all spice, pimento, thyme, escallion, scotch bonnet pepper and other ingredients. +++++ The excerpt from The Independent, United Kingdom - "Then I saw this description of Jamie Oliver's "Jerk" Rice. On what planet can "garlic, ginger and jalapenos" be described as "Jerk"?' Dawn Butler, Member of Parliament for Labour, United Kingdom
I find this absolutely, ridiculous and flies in the face of the culture of Jamaicans who for centuries have shared this iconic style of cooking with the world for @jamieoliver to belief that - aubergine, ginger and jalapeno peppers – constitute jerk! Shall I invite you to a Masters Cooking Class - How to Cook Jamaican Jerk?
I take these pictures for me so I can keep it chronologically documented through Instagram these days as in just a few short years I will be turning 60 and who knows what tomorrow brings but today I feel like I’m 40 . Respect to all who train and practice mind body spirit rituals and those of us who are enlightened,but my hats off to those who can stay consistent ,disciplined and focused past their 50s . It does take a lot more of everything once you hit 50 . If you are in your 20s -30s-40s I say it’s so much easier but you still have to work hard to maintain.. don’t skip and trip. And you will. But get back up a be resilient as fuck. Because when you hit your late 40s - 50s. You must rededicate and become much more consistent , focused and disciplined .. be prepared and stay ready. Stay focused #fitover50#fitover50#doyou#trainconstantly#learn#grow#growold#nevergrowup#healthandwellbeing#mindbodyspiritinsync#enjoy#rituals
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Need some direction in studying the Bible?
Start with this symple acronym!
PRAY for discipline to study God’s word & ask for wisdom & understanding as you read today.
READ with a plan. There are many plans - topical, chronological, etc.
ASSESS the text, taking time to think about each word & phrase. What is the author trying to tell the audience? What does it mean for you today?
INVESTIGATE what the words actually mean. Look them up in the original Greek or Hebrew. What culture is this text set in? How does that affect the meaning?
SUBMIT to the ultimate truth of God’s word. Allow your mind to align with His precepts as it is renewed ro become more like Jesus.
EXPRESS what you learn, in word and action. Be bold & share what you’ve learned to help others grow.