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Monday, April 30, 2007

Boy Thanks Homeless Hero In Delray Beach


DELRAY BEACH A little boy gave a homeless man everything he's got, in gratitude for saving his father's life in Delray Beach.

Milton Pendleton has been praised in the news for saving two men who were injured in a small plane crash in Delray Beach last week, and even though he's seen better times, his heart was filled with emotion when a10-year-old boy gave him his life savings of $100 cash.

Joshua Swerdlow says it took him eight months to save up the cash, but he was inspired after seeing the story on TV.

"He's homeless and he helped those two pilots, and he shouldn't be living in there," said 10-year-old Joshua. "It's just amazing that he's living like that."

His parents accompanied him in the trip they made from Miami to thank Pendleton.

“You don’t want me to cry,” said Pendleton. "You know the kid has got a heart. That’s very sweet.”

Pendleton says he wasn't always homeless, and had a roofing job, but eventually fell on hard times when he could no longer pay for a roof over his head. He still works washing cars everyday, but it's not enough to pay for a place to live, so he must continue 'camping out' as he calls it.

After CBS4 News cameras captured the moment, Pendleton had to be on his way to work, washing more cars.

Thursday, April 26, 2007

Learning more from kids


Sometimes when I look at kids, I cant help myself but to chuckle. They are so cute and ignorant. They would try anything not knowing that it isn't going to work out the way they want. But as we grew older, we tend to lose this 'ignorant' spirit. The spirit is replaced by fear. fear of failure and fail of criticism. And because of these fear, we aren't able to achieve what we are entitled to. Isn't it sad, knowing that you can have anything you want but just because of fear, you lose the spirit of being ignorant?

This little clip hopes to inspire the spirit inside you. A cute toddler is determine to finish the fruit despite it being sour. The spirit of ignorant.

Download the clip here

Sunday, April 22, 2007

Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish


Got this from a friend in ToastMasters. A Commencement Speech in 2005 by Steve Jobs. Founder of Apple. An inspiring speech consist of 3 stories about his life. The first is Connecting the Dots. Next is about Love and Lost and the last story is on Death. Watch this clip and Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish.

Saturday, April 21, 2007

Kissing Lion


People in Cali, Colombia, are shocked to see the bond between a large African lion and a woman who saved it from abuse, involving long, affectionate kisses and hugs between the pair.

Julia Torres, who runs the Villa Lorena animal shelter in Cali, fed and nursed Jupiter the African lion back to health years ago after it was found abused and emaciated in a traveling circus.
"It is amazing to see an animal like that be so sweet and affectionate," said Torres. "This hug is the most sincere one that I have received in my life."

Torres, 47, said her work rehabilitating animals began more than a decade ago when a friend gave her an owl that had been kept as a pet.

Later, when she asked her students to bring their pets to school, she realized many families illegally kept wild fauna from Colombia's biologically diverse jungles in their homes.
The number of animals under her care grew, and now Jupiter is among 800 recovering creatures at Villa Lorena, where Torres looks after, among others, burned peacocks, limbless flamengos, blind monkeys and mutilated elephants.

Most of the animals are caged, though some, like iguanas, roam freely around the grounds of the shelter, which are enclosed by a 13-foot wall.

Torres said she relies on donations and her modest teacher's salary to run the shelter.

We dedicate our lives to the care of these animals without one single peso from the state," Torres said.

Torres said many of the animals were rejected as infants by their parents in the wild or found abandoned on the streets of Cali.

Torres said because she opposes exhibiting animals in circuses, she decided to keep her shelter closed from the public.

Lessons In Forgiveness


We ought to learn a thing or two from this young girl. She was accidentally hit by a stray bullet while standing at the balcony and as a result, will be paralyse for life. Yet in court, her statement may even make a real man tear. "I forgive him, what he has done was wrong but I forgive him" and "He didn't mean to do it." These words came from an innocent 6 years old.

Watch the video here

Thursday, April 19, 2007

Creating a Fantasy


The biggest single obstacle to setting goals is “self-limiting beliefs”. You sell yourself short because you believe that you do not have the skills, ability, talent, creativity or intelligence to achieve something you want. By underestimating yourself, you either set no goals or low goals that are far below what you could have accomplished.

If you really have the desire to start achieving something, start by creating a fantasy. Imagine what your ideal career/business life will be like five years from now by answering the following questions:

What would it look like to you?

What would you be doing?

Where do you think you will be doing it?

Who would you want to be working with?

What level of responsibility would want to you have?

What kind of skills and abilities would you want to acquire?

What kind of goals would you want to accomplish?

What level of status would you want to find yourself in?

Now to make it more interesting, imagine your financial situation five years from now:

How much money would you be earning five yrs from today?

What sort of lifestyle would you want to have?

What kind of home would you want to live in?

What kind of car would you love to drive?

What kind of material luxuries would you be providing for yourself and your family?

How much would you want to have in the bank?

How much would you be saving and investing each month and each year?

How much would you want to be worth when you retire?

Look at your family and relationships today and project five years into the future:

If your family life were perfect five years from now, what do you think it would look like?

Who would you be with? Who would you no longer be with?

Where and how would you be living?

What kind of living standards would you want to have?

What kind of relationships would you have with the most important people in your life five years from now if everything were perfect in every aspect?

After you fantasize and imagine what your life will be, the only question you need to ask is how? Asking it repeatedly trigger ideas to help you accomplish your goals. Successful people ask only the question “How?” and then work on finding ways to turn their vision or goals into realities.

Goal setting is a great way to make sure you achieve what your heart desire.