Public perception is that charities are just giving the poor a free meal. But the people that attend SESO’s meetups come from all walks of life.
It was easier to pay lip service with a “Sorry”, but in doing so, I was doing everything except taking responsibility.
People say, “When you fail to plan, you plan to fail.” But my belief is: “Planning can lead to failure.”
My job description is the Storyteller, but honestly, back then I was known as the Sorryteller.
As volunteer teachers, we realised the money we raised for the poor kids would run out in 3 – 6 months…and that’s when we stumbled on food catering.
I spent so many years being angry. Trying to make things right. But it didn’t change the fact that it already happened.
I was bullied for as long as I can remember. But when I was 15, I decided to make a change — one which would eventually lead me to meeting then-US president Barack Obama himself!
Exposed to many religions growing up, I went on a journey of self-discovery that eventually led to me choosing Islam as my faith.
What are the mindsets that trap us in a cycle of fear? And what mental flipswitch can we turn on to face our fears?
As more and more businesses adapt to working from home, the line between work and personal time has started to blur.