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Unity in Diversity  World Religion Day

Unity in Diversity World Religion Day

Unity in Diversity – World Religion Day Sunday 11th February 2018   (hosted by George Baha’)

Unity can be found when there is mutual acceptance of each other’s identity and humanity. What prevents mutual acceptance and acceptance of other people’s identity?

Meaningful and mature relationships

Meaningful and mature relationships

To develop meaningful and mature relationships at work or at home we need to develop two filters. The first filter protects you from other people. The second filter protects other people from you.

Multi-tasking eats productive time

Multi-tasking eats productive time

We are accelerating into the age of “connected everything”

MENTAL WELLNESS IN THE WORKPLACE

MENTAL WELLNESS IN THE WORKPLACE

OCTOBER 2017

Our mental health has to do with our psychological well-being.

THE RISK OF CHEATING

THE RISK OF CHEATING

Research undertaken by Effron, Bryan and Murnighan takes a deep and extensive look at when we are ethically at our most vulnerable to be dishonest.

MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS IN THE CHURCH

MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS IN THE CHURCH

THEMBALETHU, NOVEMBER 2017

From a Christian perspective, the way we view human beings plays a role in how we view mental health.

Growth & Restoration

Growth & Restoration

Guidance to growth and the healing process.

IS BLACK MONDAY HELPING SOUTH AFRICA?

IS BLACK MONDAY HELPING SOUTH AFRICA?

NOVEMBER 2017

The call for protest against farm murders, as well as the protest actions on so-called Black Monday, 29 October 2017, have led to opposing reactions.

Supportive through our presence

Supportive through our presence

How to be supportive through our presence…

Trauma Counselling

Trauma Counselling

Resolve most of the symptoms and unwanted after-effects of trauma. Trauma causes a negative emotional charge in our minds, bodies and spirit.

Hope for even the most wretched

Hope for even the most wretched

On Remembering the Reformation. Retirement Lecture, Dirk J Smit, 11 October 2017. What we love, trust and hope for, matters, for our lives, for our public life together and for the world we share. Yet, how does it matter?

Optimists

Optimists

“Optimists think it will all be fine without our involvement; pessimists take the opposite position; both excuse themselves from acting”

 

BOODSKAP AAN MATRIKULANTE

BOODSKAP AAN MATRIKULANTE

“After climbing a great hill, one only finds that there are many more hills to climb.”

HOËRSKOOL OUTENIQUA MATRIKULANTE AFSLUITINGSFUNKSIE 2017 BOODSKAP

Hope

Hope

“Critical thinking without hope is cynicism, but hope without critical thinking is naivety.”

(Bulgarian writer Maria Popova)

Ethics for NGO Social Workers

Ethics for NGO Social Workers

A comprehensive understanding of ethics – Policy Guidelines for Course of Conduct, Code of Conduct and the Rules for Social Workers.

Supporting

Supporting

Pastoral care is in the first place to be available for those in need.

Understanding

Understanding

Caring

Caring

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