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The ONE Campaign

The ONE Campaign

DaVinci Quest | worldwide hippies One World Trust Feel miserable working in a cubicle or living in a boring town? The Internet has revolutionized the term ‘work’ today, bringing new opportunities and employment that didn’t exist until recently. For many, the Internet is an opportunity to combine work and traveling the world. The term ‘digital nomad’ is frequently overused and often simply means hacking around in cheap accommodation with a small level of income to keep you going. But, there are some folks out there who have shown that you can combine a career with the freedom to travel on your own schedule. To cut through the garbage, we caught up with seven bona fide location independent workers and business owners about what they do, how they do it, and what steps others aspiring to follow them can take. Read on for more. (Click here to read this article on a single page) Image via wavebreakmedia / Shutterstock

Bahá'í Faith and the unity of humanity Oneness[edit] In the Bahá'í view, humanity has always constituted one group, but that ignorance, prejudice and power-seeking have prevented the recognition of the oneness of humanity.[5] The historical differences that have existed between different ethnic groups is attributable to differences in education and cultural opportunities over a long-term, as well as to racial prejudice and oppression.[4] Unity in diversity[edit] In the Bahá'í view, unity does not equal uniformity, but instead the Bahá'í writings advocate for the principle of unity in diversity where the variety in the human race is valued.[3] `Abdu'l-Bahá, the son of the founder of the religion, compared the human race to a flower garden where the garden was made more beautiful by its diversities of colour and form.[3] The world of humanity is like unto a rose garden and the various races, tongues and people are like unto contrasting flowers. Elimination of prejudice[edit] Political unity[edit] See also[edit] Notes[edit]

I've seen it happen too many times. A writer is invited to guest post and they gain no headline, let alone a byline. Or it’s buried in the text below where it’s never seen by the Google gods who can bring light to this guest author. After all, isn't the point of guest posting to bring recognition to the author? Amateur writers think they have it going on because they have a website and a blog that is updated weekly. But that’s only the beginning. If you ask for and accept guest posts, you need to know how to present and attribute the authors who take time out of their schedules to offer their wisdom. If you don’t give your guest writer proper attribution, you’re not only wasting their valuable time, but it's disrespectful to the author. If you’re serious about promoting writers on your site it’s imperative you do the following: Use your guest's headline Makes sense, right? Entitle your blog post with your guest author’s title. It's okay to introduce your guest author

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