Where do our minds take us to, when hearing or reading about uplifting content?
And do we, actually, give the proper amount of interest to the lessons we can learn from others?
As such, the purpose of Valuable Diversity Magazine is to bring you closer to my thoughts and the ones of others, for empowerment; for helping you see aspects of life you may never knew or considered.
As a matter of fact, I’ll do my best to bring you relevant stories that contains plenty of inspiration.
We search for wealth and we search within... We're advocates of environment or destroy it with bare hands... We write, we sing, we build, we dance; we swim, we cook, we sew, we work the land... We help and watch pain passing by behind our eyes; we give freely and we expect reward. We judge and we accept.. Continue reading
The act of believing is seen as dreaming. And dreaming is seen as untouchable. Which is wrong! Believing AND working for it makes a dream come true. No one will ever deliver something on a golden plate. Still, a consistency in work and the permanent focus on your wish, living in the present moment at the same time, are the 2 things to move mountains. Continue reading
Living in the moment isn't easy. It requires a lot of will, discipline and commitment. But it has amazing benefits. (...) And this, my friend, is amazing and addictive. Continue reading
(...) The second purpose of this article, in particular, is a call to action addressed to everyone. To do better than I do. To be the best version of themselves... Continue reading
It's not always easy. In fact, most of the times is harder than you can imagine... (...) One of the most rewarding aspect of independence is not following the masses. Continue reading
Make mistakes - Learn - Improve your living - Grow -
Find your true self - Be happy! Continue reading
I run into a woman in my neighborhood pretty often. Never talked to each other more than "Hi". One evening, circumstances brought us standing next to each other, on the same bench, in the park. Continue reading
Kids love the swing and the slide; kids love to improvise and are keen to laugh fairly; kids love hopscotch; kids love playing in the sand, jumping with the crashing waves, building sandcastles, making friends; roller skating, drawing with a piece of chalk and painting everything, riding a bicycle, playing ball and jumping in the mud... Continue reading
Then, he told me about cultural differences. Differences in regards to being human, differences concerning the ways of thinking, differences about speaking up and defending birth rights, in different countries he would have worked in, including his residence one... Continue reading
Change is a natural process in one’s life. And is, often, associated to growth. Nevertheless,… Continue reading