By Roland E. Williams Are you not the moon to my sun? Are you not the waves on my sea? Are you not the love to my lust? Are you not the innocence to my guilt? Are you not the light to my darkness? Are you not the feelings in my emptiness? Are you not the blue in my grey skies? Are you not the … Continue reading You Are My Everything
By Roland E. Williams When I count your name How far back does it go? And when, in time, will it end? Ever? Not whar I think Not what I know It is lot, like white clouds On a dark blue sky And returns at times as a whisper That rolls in from the sea When your name calls me And what of the image … Continue reading Forever Is Yours
By Faye-Chantelle Mondesir Dwayne Carlton Brown is fond of singing and possesses a deep-rooted passion for GOD. He enjoys ministering to people who have been downcast, broken, depressed and feel like no one cares. Mr. Brown is always keen to introduce Jesus to them through the music which he confesses is part of his make-up and has been a worship leader for over 26 years. Those … Continue reading Mellow D Brown All Set for Higher Heights in 2021!
On Jan. 1, 2020, the world welcomed the beginning of a new year with open arms. Little did we know of the challenges to come and the eagerness to leave 2020 in the dust. While what lies ahead in the coming year is just as unknown, some experts say a return to normal, whatever that means, is not likely until November 2021 at the earliest.1 … Continue reading Pandemic Triggers Benefits Double Take at US Businesses
No one has escaped the effects of the pandemic, but working parents are struggling. Staring down a lack of childcare, new work-from-home situations, and insufficient support from employers or public resources, these individuals are nearing the end of their rope emotionally, and for many, financially. The start of the school year further complicates matters as parents grapple with difficult decisions and limited options due to … Continue reading Creating working environments for families to thrive
To say ClassPass founder Payal Kadakia keeps busy is an understatement. The fitness platform she founded operates at 15,000 partner sites across 80 cities worldwide and is continuing to expand. Kadakia also founded Sa Dance Company, a bicoastal Indian dance troupe that performs at major venues across Los Angeles and New York. Kadakia works 10-hour days and then dances for another three; plus, she finds time … Continue reading How detailed planning can help you make every minute count
In today’s constant contact, cell-phone celebrated, digital world, most people can go days or even weeks without spending any time in natural sunlight. Instead, we eat breakfast inside, or on the go, only to race to an office filled with artificial light and plastic plants, for 8 to 10 hours a day. It’s no wonder why Americans’ mental health is suffering. Compare that hectic routine … Continue reading If you’re feeling stressed and anxious, research says: Feed the birds!
Whether you’re buying online or shopping in a store, there are many modern shopping conveniences available today that can be traced back to the debut of a seemingly simple technology – the first barcode scan. With a powerful impact on global commerce, the barcode is used by millions of people everywhere, every day. However, its creation required decades of collaboration with grocery industry leaders to … Continue reading The Barcode Story: Its Past, Present, And Future
The last thing any company wants is a misstep that hurts the trust it has built with customers. This is especially true for smaller businesses, which may not have the resources to recover from a reputational setback. To prevent mistakes, bad decisions and wrongdoing, smaller businesses can take a proactive approach to developing ethical business leaders and business cultures. In doing so, experts say businesses … Continue reading Why ethics is good for business
Want to get the kids away from screens and outside for some fresh air? Many outdoor projects will not only lure your whole family outdoors once the jobs are completed, but the family may actually want to help you. Here are five ideas for outdoor projects everyone will love. Make a backyard movie theater Who wouldn’t love watching movies under the stars? You’ll need a … Continue reading 5 easy projects to get the whole family outside