Jumaat, 2 Ogos 2013

how to solve " mms couldn't send " problem

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learn to fly

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Learn to fly... Resisiting change is like an eaglet not wanting to leave the warmth and comfort of his nest. Eventually, momma eagle starts changing the warm and comfortable environment by removing her nice, soft down feathers from the nest. Before you know it, sharp sticks and twigs are poking the eaglet. " Why are you doing this to me, Momma?" he screams. Momma eagle says' " Because it's time you learn how to fly." Change is life's way of teaching you how to fly. The next time you ask, "Why is this happening to me?' remember momma eagle's answer to her baby. Sometimes we don't know what we can do until we have to. Ask someone to think back to a diffilcult time of his life, when life threw him a curveball. He probably say, " It was the best thing that ever happened to me." Almost everyone has an experience like that. Let's learn a lesson from ourselves and realize that change is always meant for our good. Change is good! the quicker you accept change when it comes, the sooner you will learn the lesson. The quicker you learn the lesson, the sooner you will start enjoying your new strength. It feels great when you increase your confindence. Enjoy the feeling of growing and getting stronger. Embrace change when it comes and learn how to fly

Selasa, 30 Julai 2013

In Haiti, emergency clinics help reduce maternal and neonatal deaths

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In Haiti, emergency clinics help reduce maternal and neonatal deaths

MARIGOT, Haiti, 25 July 2013 – Madette Perrique let out a heart-rending wail. She was in labour, and in pain. Only a few minutes after we had arrived at the clinic in Marigot, she was rushed into the delivery room by a crew of nurses in blue. Moments later, we heard a baby cry.

 

Grace Akallo comes back from the last place on earth

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Grace Akallo comes back from the last place on earth

NEW YORK, United States of America, 29 July 2013 – She speaks of her days in captivity with a calculated dissociation. It’s very difficult talk about it, she says. Seventeen years on, looking back is still so painful that she needs to distance herself from the past to be able to share her story.