Life

Lifestyle

Unimaginable lifestyle,

Is what she lives now.

Did she ever think

It would be like this,

She only knew

Life has seasons.

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Vision

Every child has a vision.

When a child says, “I want to be a Doctor when I grow up.”

Or whatever other job a child might say.

Or if “I don’t know what I want to do” is the answer,

That’s a vision.

A gift from Our Lord Our God

Who stirs up that special gift,

Be it specific or exploratory.

He will guide and guard.

Define and refine

Until each child makes his or her way

Towards the calling He has chosen.

He did it for Christ.

 

SIWO Global News 8th November 2018 #206

Knowledge is Wealth

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Another Massacre In The United States Of America

A man wearing a black trench-coat fired 30 times into a night club where hundreds of students were dancing the night away.  He started off by throwing smoke bombs to panic the group who were line dancing at the Borderline Bar & Grill in Thousand Oaks, a suburb of Los Angeles.  12 people died including a hero police officer, who had gone in to confront the gunman.  The Police Chief was overcome with emotion at the loss of all the young people whose parents has had their hearts broken and praised his officer as a dedicated comrade and friend whose wife had been talking  her husband minutes before he went into the club.  The identity of the gunman is still not known.

Prince Charles Tells Us His 70th Birthday That, As King His Views Will Not Meddle Or Oppose Government

A BBC documentary, Prince, Son\, And Heir: Charles At 70, shows him as a player on the world stage with the ability to speak his mind on subjects like human rights and religious affairs.  What he says does carry weight although he doesn’t always see eye to eye with politicians.  He is just doing the diplomatic role of having meetings with and corresponding with politicians, high commissioners and ambassadors to help the Queen and the government.  He will still write to ministers but it will be for their eyes only.  Prince Charles has ruled out being a “meddling monarch” when he succeeds to the throne,saying “I am not stupid.”

Inspirational Story/Quote

“You Have To Expect Things Of  Yourself Before You Can Do Them.”

by Michael Jordan

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SIWO Reporter: Susanna Dziworshie

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SIWO Global News 7th November 2018 #205

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Women Make History At The US Primaries As ‘Firsts’

In the mid-terms there was a number of significant ‘firsts’ for minorities  and women.   Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez is a Democrat with Puerto Rico roots, the former bartender became the youngest at 29, to be elected to Congress.  She celebrated in Queens, New York and said, “We have made history tonight.” 

The first Muslim women were also elected, the two both Democrats were for the House: Michigan Democrat Rashida Tlaib,42, the daughter of Palestinian immigrants and for Minnesota Ilhan Omar, 36, a refugee from Somalia.  Two Native-Americans women also won as first to get into Congress, they are Sharice Davids for Kansas City and Debra Haaland for New Mexico 1st District. 

72,396 Figures In Calico Shrouds Made To Remember Western Front Soldiers

Artist Rob Heard spent three and half years hand-sewing the figures to represent Commonwealth servicemen who died and their bodies were never found after the Battle of Somme. These have been laid out at the Olympic Park in a temporary memorial.  Thousands of them can be seen, each made specific to a name, the idea of making them came to him after injuring his hands in a car crash and knew his woodcarving career was over.  He also knew that feeling sorry for himself was not on when soldiers were coming back from Iraq without arms and legs .  

Inspirational Story/Quote

“November is the month to remind us to be thankful for the many positive things happening in our lives.”

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SIWO Reporter: Susanna Dziworshie

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A Lovely and Happy December

Once upon a time December was not a lovely month for me.  My mind made it so, then I played a trick and turned it, to a lovely  and happy December.  Just because I always remember it, as the month of intense loneliness away from my family doesn’t mean it should spoil all my Decembers.  It is good to relieve someone’s life pressure with a smile, a chat or kind words.  May be dropping canned foods, period items or gifts and while doing this you forget your problems or they become smaller than they were.  

Have a Lovely and Happy December.  Sending you all lots love. 

It’s just a little thing

It’s just a little thing

 Full of useful little things

That can be used to make a difference

 I used to cook my meals from fresh ingredients

I used to get compliments of the food being delicious

I used to hear, “ooh it not the same taste, something is missing,”

I used to play board games, enjoy the fun of it and work together with respect

I used to win and sometimes lose but still look forward to the next game

I used to make paper mache and watch the delight on young faces

I used craft skills to cut-out drawings even if a horse looked like a cat and we laughed

From all these things we learnt what ingredients work well together and was nutritious

From all these things we learnt manual dexterity

From all these things we learnt how to express ourselves

From all these things we learnt to accept success or failure and got better

From all these things we learnt perfection does not always matter

From all these things we learnt how to assess and make decisions

From all these things we learnt how to laugh at self and with family

It’s just a little thing

Full of useful little things that each one needs in order to venture into the big wide world and make a difference

By Susanna Dziworshie (copyright Nov 2018)

Significance of Festivals

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DIWALI IT IS, THE FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS!

Being an Indian has always kept me connected to different festivals round the year, and India is indeed a country of festivals. Festivals not only represent traditions and culture but also are indications of unity in diversity. Festivals in India symbolise sharing, rejoicing happiness and erasing sadness from our own lives as well as from the lives of our loved ones.

Celebrating festivals gives us an opportunity to show respect to diversity and dignity. We also learn about ways to celebrate life and fill it with happiness through courage, success, and faith. Festivals help us cherish moments and create memories. Festivals are about twinkling lights, gatherings, delight, and merriment. Festivals also help us get rid off worthless and senseless faults and flaws and emphasize on the true values of life.

Festivals are a celebration of peace, love, and life to the fullest forgetting all…

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SIWO Global News 29th October 2018 #196

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UK Chancellor Autumn 2018 Budget

The Chancellor Phillip Hammond has delivered his third budget , he says austerity is coming to an end and the personal allowance threshold at which most people pay tax at 20% is rising from £11,850 to £12,500.  The Higher Rate Income Tax threshold is now from £46,350 to £50,000.  Both will take effect in April and after that increases will follow in line with inflation.

The National Living Wage is to rise by 4.9% from £7.83 to £8.21 an hour in April 2019.  Beer, cider and spirits prices/tax  as well as fuel duty are frozen.  Rising in prices are a packet of 20 cigarettes, a 10 gram pack of cigar, tobacco duty and Remote Gaming Duty.  There was good news for Stamp Duty and Housing, first-time buyers will receive help if buying in shared housing of up to £500,00.  The controversial Universal Credit is here to stay and there is increase in coffers and will hopefully reached the pockets of those who need it.  The State of the Economy shows a downgrading due to the wintry Spring weather, there is to be an increase in the employed and   wages.

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SIWO Reporter: Susanna Dziworshie

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Our Country

A country known for a green and pleasant land,

Feels like it’s full of voices breaking it up. 

Thank God the Brexit opinions are not a rubble

From which to pick the Leave and Remain, from

Shattered ideologies and nationalistic rhetoric.

That we still have a chance to insert peoples’s lives

Into a narrative that offers hope, balance and equality.

by Susanna Dziworshie (copyright 11/2018)