All we’re saying is…
“The greatest benefit of this deal is peace...” an Iranian woman said as she and thousands of other Iranians thronged Tehran streets last weekend, Sunday, November 24 to celebrate “an historic deal” reached in Geneva between Iran and a group of six countries – China, France, Britain, Russia, Germany, and the U.S. – to curb Iran’s nuclear enrichment programme and ambitions.
In the wake of the 6-nation agreement the naysayers and skeptics reared their warmongering heads, preferring to continue nurturing enmity rather than sowing seeds of peace and a culture of rapprochement and ultimately lasting peace, especially in that regional hotbed of seemingly endless conflict.
If 2014 is to be the year that you finally open the business of your dreams, you must start planning sooner rather than later
Another year is almost over. 2014 is barely one month away.
So, how was 2013? Did you finally launch the business you’ve been daydreaming of for the last five years? If you did, congratulations! If not, don’t despair. The process of launching a new endeavor is usually quite overwhelming. Nevertheless, a new year brings the opportunity for a fresh start. Are you ready to take action in 2014?
If you are, here are a few legal matters to keep in mind as you prepare your business plan and take the first steps towards opening your business.
If there was no bad luck we would not have any luck at all…
Welfare Wesley said “someone should tell those people at Community Contact the election is over for another four years. Now everything is going to be wonderful for all of us “brothers” and “sisters.”
This is a dream with your feet off the ground. It will ONLY happen once we get organized.
Crystal was telling Clear, it’s not easy being Black in Montreal, a lot of Blacks might think it’s easy because they have a job, and stay in that job until they retire.
The names we call each other
One of my previous problems – and I do have many – has once again reared its ugly head. This time, not only has it got my attention, but also invoked my ire.
While out the other day, I was taken aback at the names that some females are quite content to be called. Why, only the Divine knows, for I am somewhat baffled.
I can reflect with some degree of pity as to how times have changed. Anything seems to be accepted. Like the term “baby mama.”
Believe it or not, Santa has become more real than God to many children. After all, they see Santa every year at the mall.
This is an enigmatic question, or one that demands an area of thinking motivated by hyperactive craniums such as mine: Is Christmas a happy fiction?
Is it something good for Christians and their families even though Jesus Christ was not really born on December 25?
Or is there something sinister about Christmas, which few realize, but which nevertheless can do great damage if overlooked?
Currently, for hundreds of millions across the Western world, Christmastime is a family time, a time of fun for children – Nativity plays, Christmas carols and, of course, waking up with great anticipation on Christmas morning expecting to find gifts under the Christmas tree.
With its candies and sweets, colors and lights, songs and stories – and of course the gifts – today's Christmas traditions are designed to create powerful memories children will fondly look back on for the rest of their lives. No parent would deprive their children of these memories?