Tuesday, 3 February 2015

Act on your thought

The realistic and unrealistic aspirations of a man can’t be calculated with the current measurable units. The hope and aspirations are two important aspects of every human being. Each individual is brought up with lots of hope and desires, few are partially and the rest is justifiable achieved, but the aspirations always grown with the person as he/she moves forward in the life journey.

The person with realistic and undefeatable power may fail to reach his/her hope due to lack of execution of thoughts or ideas with the current system. The anonymous capacities of each human being is explored at the peak point of defeat and the enthusiasm to executive the final thought needs a lot of energy.

People with a growth mindset believe that their intelligence, talents and abilities are not fixed at birth, but instead can be developed over time through hard work and dedication. The students at Banyan Community School have the capacity to reach to the maximum with the limited amenities provided 

When Gandhiji had a vision of a free India, he did not follow a step-by-step business plan. When Martin Luther King believed in a world with no discrimination, he did not stop his work because of the worry of financial sustainability. I would argue that if they did not combine great management with a huge, huge sense of possibility – with a gigantic leap of faith – with the belief that together with their people, they would get there – that they may never have.” 

Lovedale Foundation provides an opportunity to change the ground reality and to bring out the inspiring leadership of each child through a systematic give and take learning process.

If you are an idealistic, passionate, smart and tenacious person, who loves your society dearly and wants to be a part of finding a solution for the current situations and want to create a revolution, you can be part of Lovedale Foundation to fight against the poverty, illiteracy, malnourishment and exploitation of innocent lives. 

Contact us on info@lovedalefoundation.org

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