The children are sons and daughters of garbage workers in Payatas garbage site, Quezon city, Philippines.
The children are residing very near to the huge garbage site that’s not very conducive to an abode.
The children are scholars and supported by a Foundation that’s why they look clean and fresh. Honestly, all the children are very courteous when we did an outreach to them.
Everything you know can be taught to someone else. You’ve worked in an office, an experience which you and most of the people you know take for granted. But to some people, that experience is valuable. You could teach them workplace skills, appropriate dress, proper office and phone etiquette, or how to work a computer. Don’t discount anything you do as mundane or old hat—–to someone else, it’s gold.
—–Greg Nelson, volunteer, Native American Youth and Family Center (NAYA) and Oregon Native American Business and Entrepreneurial Network (ONABEN)
Start and Make Your Day and Night As Your Best Ever
I’m not here to tell you now what to do because you really know what to do now.
You really have what it takes.
There are countless information through internet, reading materials, your firsthand experiences, and people you meet and often meet throughout your lifetime.
I’m just here to push you a bit to just do it and correct course along the way, along your day and night, to make adjustments along the way, along your day and night.
Just Do It, start your first step or one step, then always do it with one step or steps that follow.
You really know it. You really know what to do now.
Don’t tell me you don’t know it. Don’t tell me you can’t do it.
Just do it first with your one step then another step and the steps that follow.
I’ll leave now these very important words for you to remember always:
“I don’t divide the world into the weak and the strong, or the successes and the failures. I divide the world into the learners and nonlearners.” —–Benjamin Barber—