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Daniel Radcliffe – Carrying the gift

The story of Daniel Radcliffe’s rise to fame is the classic ‘dream come true’ story. A boy, picked from thousands of boys, when the producer supposedly got a chance sighting of him is the classic account of the fickle finger of fame plucking someone from the crowd and lifting them to superstar status. The truth, […]

How to mentor a child by Jon Bullock

Jon Bullock is executive director for the Redmond Proficiency Academy, a school that he founded. A lifelong mentor, here he shares his insights into how to nurture a child’s potential A couple of weeks ago I found myself in the midst of a youth soccer tournament. As I stood on the field, observing games being […]

Rob Young Marathon man

With a world record to break and a plan to transform the lives of disadvantaged children around the globe, Rob Young is a man on a mission For most people, running a marathon would be a life achievement, a tick on the bucket list. When Rob Young watched the London Marathon last year, he was inspired […]

The Story Of The Wounded Child by Evelyn Lym

  The “wounded child” is an archetype which contains damaged or negative emotional patterns of our youth. No one tells the story of the wounded child better than Michael Jackson.   In recent weeks, his childhood story has gained a revival of interest, as people search online to understand more about the man behind the […]

A labour of love by James Colquhoun

Are you interested in knowing more about natural birth? Australian filmmaker James Colquhoun of Hungry for Change and FoodMatters fame tells us about his and his partner, Laurentine’s, experience. You Are Welcomed, You Are Loved, You Are Accepted! We would say this on a daily basis to baby, as we knew this was important in […]

Marie Antoinette: Royals Just Want To Have Fun

  Marie Antoinette lived and died at the height of true royalty. Born to Holy Roman Emperor Francis I and Empress Maria Theresa in Vienna, Austria in 1755 and raised amidst multilingual surroundings. Her education consisted of significant linguistic tutoring, but more emphasis was placed on refining manners and appearance. At just 15 years old, […]