• 09
  • Aug
When my younger nieces and nephews come over to visit, I feel renewed. Is there nothing more healing than hearing the laughter of a child?  When I see babies and their smiles (particularly while they are sleeping), I feel stronger, warmer and contented.  Even if I feel low, seeing the light of laughter in a child’s eyes makes my heart sing.
  • 02
  • Aug
Economic times are really tough right now and many people are struggling on varying levels - me too!  So many of us feel the pressure at home, at work…everywhere.  Change is always unsettling, but when you cannot see through the fog and have no idea of what is on the other side, it can be a downright night terror. 
  • 02
  • Aug
Faces2Hearts vloggers Konrad Sniady from Poland and Sibongile Tshabalala from Namibia, shared their experiences of traveling through Namibia to visit EU funded Projects during a press conference in Windhoek.
  • 26
  • Jul
All my life I have dreaded asking people to buy something from me.  I feel that the ‘asker’ is in the weaker position vis-à-vis the potential ‘buyer’ and that means that those seeking sales have to swallow some yucky powerless pills, just to get the money flowing.
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