-They Provide direction
-You focus on what is important
-Gives you control of yourself and your future
-It Provides motivation
-A sense of personal satisfaction and purpose in life
“Driving in Johannesburg one day, Tapiwa Chiwewe noticed an enormous cloud of air pollution hanging over the city. He was curious and concerned but not an environmental expert — so he did some research and discovered that nearly 14 percent of all deaths worldwide in 2012 were caused by household and ambient air pollution. With this knowledge and an urge to do something about it, Chiwewe and his colleagues developed a platform that uncovers trends in pollution and helps city planners make better decisions. “Sometimes just one fresh perspective, one new skill set, can make the conditions right for something remarkable to happen,” Chiwewe says.”
“But you need to be bold enough to try.”
Three months ago we were enjoying our time in the Dominican Republic for our annual R&R.
This bipolar weather has me thinking about resting and relaxing in the sun!