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Thought for Today - Each Experience Makes You Wiser

When you think you don't have time enough, get earlier out of bed and do your unfinished tasks. If things seems difficult remind yourself that practice and repetition will make it simple. Your 'can't' and 'don't' initiate failure while everything you 'want to do' holds your hopes and expectations.

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Thought for Today - Avoid A Life of Regrets

Avoid a life full of regrets but live it with attention to all what you have and all what you may do. Count your blessings today, simply be grateful for your circumstances even when you think they are not ideal.

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Narendra Modi appointed PM, swearing-in on May 26

Narendra Modi, who steered BJP and the NDA to a landslide victory in the Lok Sabha elections has been appointed Prime Minister on Tuesday, ushering in a new era of a non-Congress government with an absolute majority on its own in 30 years. "I came to call on the President. The President has given me a formal letter (of appointment as the PM) and has invited me for oath-taking ceremony on May 26 at 6 pm as we had earlier decided," Modi told the media emerging from the meeting with the President Pranab Mukherjee.

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Mary's Dinner Club Stories - Our Future Selves, Changes at Mary's

mary anglebergerNot surprisingly this Saturday’s event - our ‘Come as who you’ll be in 2020 Party’ at Hotel Londa - has turned out the biggest and most successful event in the 3-year history of Mary’s Dinner Clubs.

It is very humbling to witness the positive impact this evening has made! The whole scope of dinner clubs and the extent of its potential for being an island wide platform for really constructive and powerful networking became even more evident this Saturday than during any other previous event.

Dinner Clubs are always uplifting and positive occasions and bring about fantastic connections and friendships, but when open-minded, innovative people meet and are told to ‘dream big’, the dimensions change. The group energy, the mutual encouragement, the exchange that followed were absolutely awe-inspiring.

We enjoyed a welcome reception in the airy lobby of Hotel Londa where we were all able to admire each other’s glamorous outfits. After a group photo of 35 stunning looking guests we walked the red carpet into 2020, surrounded by photographers.

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Human Trafficking

You may know that in countries, like Cambodia, Pakistan, Philipines, Bangladesh, Nepal Sri Lanka and India, children are prime victims for sex trafficking. You probably also know that trafficked workers are forced to toil for long hours, with little or no pay, to produce such everyday items as bricks and chocolate.
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Thought for Today - You Are Unlimited Potential

All the courses and workshops promising you wealth and happiness, are a waste of your time when you don't persevere in following your dreams, being determined to reach your goal whatever happens.

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Russia, EU join flood relief efforts in Serbia, Bosnia

Two Russian cargo planes carrying food, generators and rescue boats landed in Serbia on Sunday as part of a relief effort after the worst floods in over a century killed more than 20 people in the Balkan country and neighboring Bosnia. Landslides triggered by unprecedented rains in Bosnia have left hundreds of people homeless, officials said, while thousands more have fled their homes in neighboring Croatia and Serbia as Balkan countries battle the region’s worst flooding since modern records began.

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Greeks vote in first round of local elections

Greeks began voting on Sunday in the first round of local elections that mark Prime Minister Antonis Samaras’s first big electoral test since coming to power two years ago. The vote, along with European Parliament elections a week later, are being closely watched as a gauge of sentiment towards Samaras’s fragile coalition, which could be in jeopardy if the far-left Syriza and far-right Golden Dawn parties fare well.

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