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I bet some of my readers are scratching their heads right now, perhaps mumbling under their breath, what gifts is Reilly talking about here today, after all it's not Christmas or Easter or any other day on which people exchange gifts. So D. Paul when you state in today's title "Have You Found Your Gifts?" what exactly are you referring to, can you explain? I sure will.
Whether you're aware of it or not, your creator, God, gave you some wonderful gifts at birth in the form of unique, special talents with which to succeed in life, beyond your wildest dreams. Now, have you discovered your gifts yet? Well, have you? The tragedy is that many I believe have not yet discovered the special gifts which God gave them, and more's the pity. So D. Paul can you tell me exactly how I can discover my divine gifts? Once again I'd be delighted to.
Firstly, this process may be assisted greatly by using a professional counselor or life coach who can guide you through the process of unveiling, so to speak, your very special talents, which when employed will take you to wherever you want to go, will take you to the highest peak, the summit of success.
I would also like to suggest, that you spend some time each and every day in quiet meditation and reflection as you place your complete trust in your maker, God, to reveal to you in due course your special gifts so that you can polish and refine them and then give them away to the world. This is the way to success city. Yes it is.
In Dr. Deepak Chopra's book "The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success", in chapter seven dealing with the law of dharma or purpose in life he writes as follows, "According to this law you have a unique talent and a unique way of expressing it. There is something that you can do better than anyone else in the whole world -- and for every unique talent and unique expression of that talent, there are also unique needs. When those needs are matched with the creative expression of your talent, that is the spark that creates affluence. Expressing your talents to fulfill needs creates unlimited wealth and abundance." How very well put there by Dr. Chopra and of course it is the absolute truth. So my friend, I want you to commence the process of finding your gifts today!
o Think about it!
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In an act of extraordinary generosity for a small company, road marking firm Bahamas Striping donated 200 Christmas presents and pledged a further 100 to be given to under-privileged children through the Urban Renewal Commission.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas for a group of inner city students.
Thirty third-graders at Stephen Dillet Primary School recently got early Christmas gifts from the East Shirley Street staff of Sunshine Insurance.
The group, comprised of top performing and most improved students, sat in the school's auditorium unaware of what was about to transpire.
One by one, student helpers assisted Sunshine Insurance officials to bring boxes of gifts inside the school. Wrapped inside were DVDs, basketballs, games, coloring books, dolls and puzzles, to name a few.
Principal of Stephen Dillet Primary School Sheila Scavella noted that "Santa Claus has come early to Stephen Dillet".
"It brought joy to our students and we are truly delighted that Sunshine Insurance Agents and Brokers Ltd. decided to partner with us for such a wonderful project," said Scavella.
"We are an inner city school with lots of needs and we are thankful that you extended your generosity to our students. We pray God's blessings and guidance on you and your organization."
Sunshine Insurance Vice President of Development Dwayne Swaby said it was during a recent staff meeting that employees pitched the idea of donating Christmas gifts to one of the local schools.
"This was not at the corporate level. This was at the employee level. After discussing it, it just made sense for us to select Stephen Dillet because I already had a connection through Ryan Barnett, the school's guidance counselor, who also happens to be a member of my club, the Rotary Club of Nassau," Swaby said.
"Our staff's only intention was to bring a little sunshine to a few children who might not otherwise have received gifts during the yuletide season. This was our way of giving back to the community and encouraging kids to excel in school. It was very inspiring to see how the gifts provided such joy to the third-graders and they were so appreciative, making this a truly touching and personally gratifying experience, to say the least."
Sunshine Insurance Marketing Coordinator Rogan Smith noted that Sunshine Insurance has always been very "charity minded" and wanted to give back to inner city youngsters who ordinarily might not have had a very good Christmas.
"It's been a tough year for a lot of Bahamian families. As a matter of fact, it's been tough over the past five or six years and this Christmas will be no exception," Smith said. "I come from a single parent household. We didn't always have it growing up, so I know how much it meant to me when someone came to my school and donated presents.
"Children don't grasp the whole concept of the economy. They don't understand tough times unless they see other families shopping and wonder why theirs isn't. This was our small way of giving back. We have a small company, but our workers have big hearts and they jumped on board to help. For some of these children, this may be the only gift they open this holiday season. We are so happy they appreciate it and are grateful to Stephen Dillet for welcoming us."
Scavella thanked Sunshine Insurance for choosing her school and encouraged the company to partner with Stephen Dillet in the future.
This Christmas, sixth grader Sierra Blair discovered that the old adage, “it’s better to give than to receive” is true after all...
Nassau, Bahamas -- In an act of extraordinary generosity for a small company, road marking firm Bahamas Striping donated 200 Christmas presents and pledged a further 100 to be given to under-privileged children through the Urban Renewal Commission.
Hon. Melanie Griffin Minister of Social Services & Community Development the
Hon. Melanie Griffin welcomes members of the law firm of McKinney Bancroft & Hughes during a presentation of gifts for underprivileged children Monday, December 24 at the Ministry's office in the Post Office Building. Pictured from left:
John Wilson, Campbell Cleare, Brian Moree, Diane Stewart, Minister Griffin, Allan Strachan , Under Secretary; Cherely Kelly and Wrensworty Butler...
Nassau, Bahamas - The Hon. Fred Mitchell, Minister of
Foreign Affairs and Immigration, and the Member of Parliament for the Fox Hill
Constituency, continues his now annual tradition of distributing Christmas gifts
to the children of the Sandilands Primary School, December 10th, 2012.
Freeport, Bahamas -
One of Grand Bahama's most-acclaimed new stores, The Art of Giving (in
the front of The International Bazaar), recently introduced a
distinctive new line of home fashion gifts and elegantly relaxed
tropical designer fabrics, coordinating wallpapers, and interior design
In conjunction with licensed Interior Designer, M.M. Groves, The Art of
Giving has become an inspired oasis of eye-catching and carefully
selected home goods from all over the world. Fine Italian Vietri
porcelain china, fresh-scented French soaps...