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Many people now are struggling to make change; to drive social or environmental impact whether they are social entrepreneurs or people working from within organizations to make a difference. In this piece, we wanted to focus on thinking about how communities of change makers can thrive. It’s not enough for change making to be the sole remit of a handful of do-gooders or NGOs. By highlighting some of the barriers and core principles that are vital to the success of a world in which everyone is a change maker, we hope to begin to mainstream the art of change making and destroy the social entrepreneur’s monopoly on social change. Barrier 1: Experts As Idols Too often change making is outsourced to experts or social entrepreneurs rather than community members. Barrier 2: Conditions Of Problem Solving Are Overlooked Much of the time, we are quick to jump to tactical problem solving without fully reflecting on whether the conditions for it are put in place. Barrier 4: Learning Is One to One 4 Principles For Creating Change, And 4 Barriers That Make It Harder 4 Principles For Creating Change, And 4 Barriers That Make It Harder
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Nikolai Mikhaylovich Przhevalsky[nb 1] April 12 [O.S. 31 March] 1839 – November 1 [O.S. 20 October] 1888), was a Russian geographer[1] and a renowned explorer of Central and Eastern Asia. Although he never reached his ultimate goal, the holy city of Lhasa in Tibet, he traveled through regions then unknown to the West, such as northern Tibet, modern Qinghai and Dzungaria (northern Xinjiang).[2] He contributed significantly to European knowledge of Central Asia and was the first known European to describe the only extant species of wild horse,[3] which is named after him. Biography[edit] Przhevalsky was born in Smolensk into a noble polonized Belarusian family (Polish name is Przewalski), and studied there and at the military academy in St. Petersburg. In 1867, Przhevalsky successfully petitioned the Russian Geographical Society to be dispatched to Irkutsk, in central Siberia. In the following years he made four journeys to Central Asia: Accusations of imperialism and racism[edit] Myth[edit] Nikolay Przhevalsky Nikolay Przhevalsky
Philo Carpenter Philo Carpenter (1805–1886) was Chicago, Illinois' first pharmacist,[1] and an outspoken abolitionist. Born in Savoy, Massachusetts, February 27, 1805, young Philo learned medicine and the pharmaceutical trade in Troy, New York in the drugstore of Amatus Robins, eventually gaining a half interest in the business. There he married Sarah Bridges in May 1830, but she died that November. Joining the Presbyterian Church, in Troy, he gained an interest in missionary work.[2] Business and religion shaped much of the rest of his life. Hearing from his cousin of the opportunities for both business and proselytizing in the then frontier, in 1832, he sold his share of the drugstore. Shipping ahead a supply of drugs and medical equipment, he moved to Chicago, then an unincorporated village clustered around Fort Dearborn. He opened the settlement's first drug store in a log cabin on what is now Lake Street. His pharmaceutical business soon allowed him to become financially solvent again. Philo Carpenter
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Anarchism Anarchism The central tendency of anarchism as a social movement has been represented by anarcho-communism and anarcho-syndicalism, with individualist anarchism being primarily a literary phenomenon[25] which nevertheless did have an impact on the bigger currents[26] and individualists have also participated in large anarchist organisations.[27][28] Many anarchists oppose all forms of aggression, supporting self-defense or non-violence (anarcho-pacifism),[29][30] while others have supported the use of some coercive measures, including violent revolution and propaganda of the deed, on the path to an anarchist society.[31] Etymology and terminology[edit] The term anarchism is a compound word composed from the word anarchy and the suffix -ism,[32] themselves derived respectively from the Greek ἀναρχία, i.e. anarchy[33][34][35] (from ἄναρχος, anarchos, meaning "one without rulers";[36] from the privative prefix ἀν- (an-, i.e. "without") + ἀρχός, archos, i.e. History[edit] Origins[edit]
Early life and education[edit] He then acted as a minister at Ware, Stowmarket and Beaconsfield. At Stowmarket the teachings of the French philosophers were brought before him by a friend, Joseph Fawcett, who held strong republican opinions. Godwin came to London in 1782, still nominally as a minister, to regenerate society with his pen — a real enthusiast, who shrank theoretically from no conclusions from the premises which he laid down. Early writing[edit] His first published work was an anonymous Life of Lord Chatham (1783). Enquiry Concerning Political Justice and Caleb Williams[edit] Godwin augmented the influence of Political Justice with the publication of a novel that proved equally popular, Things as They Are; or, The Adventures of Caleb Williams. Political writing[edit] Godwin, consistent in his theory and stubborn in his practice, practically lived in secret for 30 years because of his reputation. Interpretation of political justice[edit] Debate with Malthus[edit] William Godwin William Godwin
Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia (10 January 1859 – 13 October 1909)[1] (known as Francisco Ferrer y Guardia in Spanish and often simply as Francisco Ferrer) was a Spanish anarchist. Life[edit] He was born in Alella (a small town near Barcelona) to Roman Catholic parents. He was sent to work on a Barcelona firm at the age of 15. The owner of the firm was an anti-cleric and is said to have had a great influence on Ferrer. A follower of Spanish republican leader Manuel Ruiz Zorrilla, Ferrer was exiled to Paris with his wife and children in 1885. In 1901 he returned to Spain and opened the Escuela Moderna (The Modern School) to teach middle-class children (then) radical social values. Early in the summer of 1908, after his release from jail, he wrote the story of the Modern School. References[edit] External links[edit] Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia
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The Farm relies on a hardy troupe of volunteers to help keep the animals healthy and happy and to contribute in many ways to the ongoing operation of the Farm and activities. If you are a keen gardener or would like to learn more about gardening, please join us every Tuesday afternoon, from 1.30pm except during the school holidays. No need to call or book, just turn up on the day! Please Note: It is now compulsory for all volunteers to have a current working with children’s check. Contact: Anita Stec, staff@farm.org.au Time: 10am-1pm or 10am-4pm Parking: There is an all day car park next door. Students from a variety of different areas can apply for Work experience at The Collingwood Children's Farm. There are far more students seeking work experience than we can accommodate or properly train. We ask all intending tertiary applicants to carefully address: Please indicate your available dates in your application. Collingwood Children's Farm » Get Involved Collingwood Children's Farm » Get Involved
Cirque de la Symphonie | Arts Centre Melbourne Orchestras have sometimes unkindly been compared with a three-ring circus. Well, here’s the chance to realise that simile. Cirque de la Symphonie brings the MSO together with a host of international circus performers, including aerial flyers, acrobats, contortionists, dancers, jugglers, balancers, and strongmen. Do not expect the first violins or brass section to down instruments in order to shin up a rope or drop into a safety net (there are health-andsafety limits, after all). Artists Benjamin Northey conductor Cirque de la Symphonie | Arts Centre Melbourne
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Christmas Island Tourism Association - Places of Interest Christmas Island Tourism Association - Places of Interest Christmas Island has many natural attractions that will suit visitors of all ages and levels of fitness. Here are just a sample of some of the beautiful places to visit on your Christmas Island Adventure. Flying Fish Cove Adjacent to the port area and the main mooring sites, the Flying Fish Cove is located at the base of the Settlement area and is home to the Kampong (Malay for village) and the Mosque. The "Cove" is also a great location to join the locals watching the sun setting and slow down to Christmas Island pace. Tai Jin House Located just up the hill beyond Flying Fish Cove, this is the original home of the Administrator of the Island - affectionately known locally as "Buck House". Tai Jin House is also home to the Christmas Island Historical Exhibition which tells the Christmas Island story. A little way past Tai Jin House is the naval installed 1941gun and buildings that were used to defend the Cove during the second World War. The Grotto Track – suitable for 2WD South Point
It’s important to understand the differences between arrogance and confidence, because no one likes to deal with arrogant people. Both arrogant and confident people entail a strong belief in their own abilities. Those with confidence can easily overcome fears and uncertainty. Moreover, they have a positive and optimistic vision that makes them strong and admirable. 1. Superiority is the main quality of an arrogant person. 2. Arrogant and confident people treat others in a different way. Read also – 7 Simple Ways to Make Positivity a Habit 3. Confident people always feel comfortable, because they have the right conception of perfection. 4. Relationships with arrogant people can be a great source of potential pain. 5. Communication with arrogant people isn’t a pleasant thing. Read also – 9 Things to Do to Become a Better Person 6. Eye contact is an indispensable part of any conversation. 7. Finally, confidence and arrogance have different origins. 7 Ways to Tell the Difference Between Being Arrogant and Being Confident 7 Ways to Tell the Difference Between Being Arrogant and Being Confident
他人の感情を吸収しないようにする方法 エンパスの人は必見!|世界の裏側ニュース 他人の感情を吸収しないようにする方法How to Stop Absorbing Other People’s Emotions 2014年1月24日【The Mind Unleashed】 より翻訳 恐怖や怒り、欲求不満や停滞感などの感情はエネルギーです。 自分が感情を吸い取るスポンジ状態になりやすい場合、人のネガティブな感情を吸収しないように避ける方法を知っておくことは必要不可欠です。 もう一つの意外なことに、慢性的な不安感やうつ状態やストレスなどによってあなたの防衛力が弱くなり、その結果あなたが感情のスポンジにもなる場合もあるということです。 突然あなたは他人、特に同じような痛みを持っている人に対して同調する(波長があう)ようになります。 エネルギー的な視点から考えると、ネガティブな感情は複数の発生源から来ていることもあります。 次に、違いを見つけた上で、戦略的にあなたのポジティブな感情を戦略的にサポートする方法をご紹介します。 他人の感情を吸収しないようにするために 1.あなたが多感なタイプ(エンパス)かどうかを見極めるあなたが自分を取り囲むネガティブなエネルギーに毒気を当てられやすい場合、あなたはエンパスであるかもしれません。 次の項目が該当する場合などは、あなたがエンパスである可能性があります。 *人から、お世辞としてではなく「超敏感(hyper-sensitive)」「敏感すぎ」などと言われる。 *他人から恐怖や不安、そしてストレスを感じ取り、自分の体内に引き寄せ、それが自分の痛みや症状であるかのように感じて解決しようとする。 相手は自分が知っている人かどうか、あるいは自分が好きな人かどうかなどは関係がなくその対象となる。 *人ごみの中では、すぐに疲れたり幸せに感じなくなったりする。 *雑音や匂い、そして過剰なおしゃべりが、神経過敏や不安の原因になる場合がある。 *自分のエネルギーを充電するには、一人になる必要がある。 *自分が感じていることを合理的に処理することはあまりない。 *もともと寛大で気前がよく、また精神的な面に走る傾向がある。 *自分が早く出て行けるように、逃亡用の計画を必ず立てていることがよくある。 2. 4. 5. 9. (翻訳終了)
自己愛性人格障害との戦い 1 :陽気な名無しさん:2014/05/15(木) 18:06:16.12 ID:OSaUrNve0 ●具体的な自己愛の特徴はこのようなものです(これに多く当てはまっちゃう人) ・人の悪口や批判が大好きで生きがいになってる人(相対的に自己価値を高めるのが狙い) ・人の不幸や失敗や欠点で満面の笑みを浮かべる人(さらに目の瞳孔が開いてる快楽的表情、又は子供のような無邪気な笑みだと要注意) ・初対面や目上や強者や異性に対してなど『相手限定』『状況限定』でやたらと愛想が良い人 (極端な裏表の使い分け。逆に『相手限定』『状況限定』で本性見せるとも言える) ・異常に空気が読めない人、暗黙の了解を理解できてない人(他人の気持ちを読み取れない) ・表情や立ち振る舞いがわざとらしく演技くさい人(常に理想の自分、評価される自分を演じています) ・自分が間違ってると言う発想がない人、謝れない人 ・自分の本当の弱みを見せれない人、負けを認められない人(プライドが異常に高い) ・自分を棚に上げる人、自分を客観的に見る能力が欠落している人、自分と他人を冷静に比較できてない人 ・他人を褒めない人(目上や異性に褒めまくるおべっか使いは多々います) ・何事も自分と他人を比較する人(やけに他人に勝とうとしてると要注意、根拠もなく勝ってると判断することもしばしば) ・習い事などして『他人より上になること』に躍起になってる人 (習ったことで褒めてくれオーラが強かったり、習い事をころころ変えてたら要注意) ・他人同士を争わせて仲違いさせる人 (自分がグループの中心になるための伏線です。 ・他人同士が自分を差し置いて仲良くするのを嫌う人(孤独恐怖症)、(独占欲や嫉妬の強さも) 5 :陽気な名無しさん:2014/05/15(木) 18:08:38.25 ID:zo6LgZqO0 うわぁ… あなた、ご自分の書き込みを見て異常だと思わないの? 6 :陽気な名無しさん:2014/05/15(木) 18:11:41.51 ID:OSaUrNve0 7 :陽気な名無しさん:2014/05/15(木) 18:13:53.45 ID:ePeXqj5O0 10人に1人くらいの割合で優しさみたいなのが全然ない人っているよね。 8 :陽気な名無しさん:2014/05/15(木) 18:16:17.85 ID:L+wf1nwg0 >>1さんは天才ですね。 >>17 やだ!
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People are taking the time to read, download, and hand out my articles – over 181,000 readers in the past year. This is pretty powerful stuff, and I am very gratified that so many are valuing it. My deep goal is, of course, to get to the children. Continue reading These are the Graphics/Handouts for my classes in Anacortes, WA. Continue reading I wrote this in August 2010 in response to the postings of some friends in Marriage Advocates, directly on this topic. Continue reading My friend, Scott Dodson, spent years reading and absorbing all the stuff I teach. Continue reading A fun article with labels for the different types of relationships. Continue reading Work, Work! Continue reading I often get asked this, and fortunately for me the answer is clear. Continue reading People frequently come to me with this problem. Continue reading I have received requests to list books that have been, and are, important to me in developing my thinking. Continue reading Map of Relationships | Al Turtle's Relationship Wisdom
Honoré de Balzac Honoré de Balzac (/ˈbɔːlzæk, ˈbæl-/;[2] French: [ɔ.nɔ.ʁe d(ə) bal.zak], born Honoré Balzac,[1] 20 May 1799 – 18 August 1850) was a French novelist and playwright. The novel sequence La Comédie Humaine, which presents a panorama of post-Napoleonic French life, is generally viewed as his magnum opus. Owing to his keen observation of detail and unfiltered representation of society, Balzac is regarded as one of the founders of realism in European literature.[3] He is renowned for his multi-faceted characters; even his lesser characters are complex, morally ambiguous and fully human. Inanimate objects are imbued with character as well; the city of Paris, a backdrop for much of his writing, takes on many human qualities. His writing influenced many famous writers, including the novelists Émile Zola, Charles Dickens, Gustave Flaubert, Jack Kerouac and Henry James, as well as important philosophers such as Friedrich Engels. Biography[edit] Family[edit] Early life[edit] First literary efforts[edit]
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W tym dziale znajdziecie wszystkie aktualne artykuły na temat odkryć genetycznych jakie znajdują się na blogu, a także linki do wartościowych stron na ten temat . Oto na przykład fragment artykułu i jeden z nich Księdza Stanisława Pietrzaka z Sanktuarium w Tropiu: Pre-praindoeuropejski ród (genetyczna haplogrupa) R1a-M420 i jego migracja z południowo-wschodniej Azji ku Polsce Haplogrupa to grupa ludzi mająca wspólnego przodka, u którego powstała określona mutacja ( zwana SNP, single nucledotide polimorphism). Sundajski epizod haplogrupy (rodu) R, R1a i R1a-M420 Kiedy i gdzie żył pierwszy ojciec wspólny dla całej gałęzi R1a? Otóż w czasie Wielkiego Zlodowacenia (LGM), gdy poziom oceanu był niższy nawet do 140 m, na terenie wielkiego wówczas lądu, zwanego Sunda (Sundaland), który był południowo-wschodnim przedłużeniem kontynentu azjatyckiego ku Australii, powstała (wyłoniła się) około 47.400 lat temu haplogrupa K-M526. Genetyka – Skąd pochodzą Słowianie R1a | białczyński
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