DYC MAM 2017/Our Lady of Health Church/Sahar/Entry 1

DYC MAM 2017/Our Lady of Health Church/Sahar/Entry 1
‘Green is my parish’ is a documentary on the Green initiatives by the Parishioners of Our Lady of Health Church, Sahar. It is a glimpse of our initiatives to save our one and only Mother Earth. Please Like and Share but more importantly share your ideas and suggestions and together we can help make this World better place, a greener place, a cleaner place! Music: Opening Sequence: Underlay: Bevan D'souza https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0aoBjnO0JNY

The Images Coming In After 7.1 Earthquake Hits Central Mexico Are Absolutely Devastating

The Images Coming In After 7.1 Earthquake Hits Central Mexico Are Absolutely Devastating
UPDATE 6:52 P.M. EST: AP reports the death toll has now risen to 104. UPDATE 5:13 P.M. EST: According to a preliminary report issued by the governor, at least 42 people have been pronounced dead as a result of the quake. Our thoughts and prayers are with those affected by the earthquake that just rocked the central Mexican state of Puebla on Tuesday. The images and footage taking social media by storm following the natural disaster are truly devastating.

What Slutty Halloween Costume You Should Wear Based Off Your Horoscope

What Slutty Halloween Costume You Should Wear Based Off Your Horoscope
It’s that time of year again. The leaves are changing, the air is cold(ish), and the basics among as are taking pumpkin patch pics. Basically, it’s fall, and that means every betch’s sluttiest favorite holiday is upon us: Halloween. As we all know from The Bible , Halloween is the one day a year when girls can dress like a total slut and no other girls can say anything about it. I would actually amend that quote to include

LinkedIn opens video uploads to all as part of a bigger video push

LinkedIn opens video uploads to all as part of a bigger video push
Video is the name of the game in social networking: sites like Facebook and Twitter have been doubling down on the medium in recent years to drive more traffic and engagement from users, and also as a platform to snare more premium advertising away from traditional television broadcasters; Snapchat put video at the core of its service from Day One. Now Microsoft-owned LinkedIn is hoping to muscle in on the party with its own video strategy. Today the social

How Hustling Only Makes You Tired, Not Rich (9 Ways To Kill The Game)

How Hustling Only Makes You Tired, Not Rich (9 Ways To Kill The Game)
Ali Kaukas The most damaging mentality I have ever had as a business woman and entrepreneur is “No Pain, No gain.” I wish that somebody would have told me, “Struggling is a choice” when I was building my business three years ago. Does building a business take time, have a process, take energy, have moments of scarcity followed by exhales of being supported? Am I here to say, “Start a business, set an intention, and then sit on the

Bodies of ‘hundreds’ of children buried in mass grave – BBC News

Bodies of ‘hundreds’ of children buried in mass grave – BBC News
It opened in 1864 and provided care for orphans or children from broken homes. It closed in 1981, having looked after 11,600 children. A burial plot, containing the bodies of a number of children, was uncovered by two former residents of Smyllum in 2003. Frank Docherty and Jim Kane discovered an overgrown, unmarked section of St Mary's Cemetery during their efforts to reveal physical abuse which they said many former residents had suffered. Image caption Memorial stone at St

A terrible tweet about depression has the internet in an uproar.

A terrible tweet about depression has the internet in an uproar.
On Sept. 7, 2017, kickboxer Andrew Tate tweeted that "depression isn't real." "You feel sad, you move on," he wrote to his 26,000 fans and followers. "You will always be depressed if your life is depressing." Depression isn't real. You feel sad, you move on. You will always be depressed if your life is depressing. Change it. Thread.— Andrew Tate (@Cobratate) September 7, 2017 Andrew Tate is not a medical doctor, mental health professional, nor expert in any related

It sucks, but it’s time to ditch plastic straws. Seattle’s going to make it happen.

It sucks, but it’s time to ditch plastic straws. Seattle’s going to make it happen.
Straws suck. They seem to come with every drink, whether you want one or not, only to end up in the trash soon afterward. From there, it’s all too easy for them to end up as more pieces of plastic pollution in our oceans. But in one particular city, that might not be a problem anymore. For the month of September, the Lonely Whale Foundation is running a campaign to encourage Seattleites to ditch their sucky plastic straws. The

The Science Museum And The Natural History Museum Are Fighting On Twitter, And It’s Amazing

The Science Museum And The Natural History Museum Are Fighting On Twitter, And It’s Amazing
London has two of the most glorious and wonderful museums the world has ever seen: the Natural History Museum – full of dinosaurs and volcanoes – and the Science Museum, full of bright lights, rockets and shiny things. It’s difficult to say which is best, but a Twitter user @Bednarz decided to ask them anyway. “Who would win in a staff battle between @sciencemuseum and @NHM_London,” he queried. “What exhibits/items would help you be victorious? #askacurator Marvelously, both institutions took the call. Forget

Youre Better Off Not Looking For Love, It Just Kind Of Happens

Youre Better Off Not Looking For Love, It Just Kind Of Happens
God & Man It’s natural to want love, it’s natural to crave it. It’s natural to feel like you need it, like you might not be able to breathe without it, especially when you’re lonely, and that’s when we crave it the most. And sometimes that profound sense of loneliness makes you think maybe love isn’t meant for you, that there’s a reason you’re lonely, and this is when love starts to feel hopeless. Because you’ve tried so hard

Video of cop taking money out of hot dog vendor’s wallet sparks outrage

Video of cop taking money out of hot dog vendor’s wallet sparks outrage
An incident between a University of California Berkeley police officer and a local hot dog vendor has quickly gone viral after video shows the officer writing a ticket and sifting through the vendor’s wallet to take his money. The video was posted by a man named Martin Flores on Facebook on Saturday evening as he was trying to buy a hot dog from the man he identified as Juan. According to Berkeleyside, Flores began filming after Officer Sean Aranas started citing

All 5 former U.S. presidents team up to support hurricane relief

All 5 former U.S. presidents team up to support hurricane relief
The job of president of the United States is never finished. As Hurricane Harvey approached southeastern Texas last week, experts warned that it had the potential to be a cataclysmic, catastrophic event. When the storm settled over Houston and emptied trillions of gallons of rain on the city, it was clear that it surpassed even the direst predictions. Charities have been overwhelmed with donations—Houston Texans star J.J. Watt has been able to raise over $20 million alone—and Congress has worked

Pandit Says 30% of Bank Jobs May Disappear in Next Five Years

Pandit Says 30% of Bank Jobs May Disappear in Next Five Years
Vikram Pandit, who ran Citigroup Inc. during the financial crisis, said developments in technology could see some 30 percent of banking jobs disappearing in the next five years.Artificial intelligence and robotics reduce the need for staff in roles such as back-office functions, Pandit, 60, said Wednesday in an interview with Bloomberg Television’s Haslinda Amin in Singapore. He’s now chief executive officer of Orogen Group, an investment firm that he co-founded last year.“Everything that happens with artificial intelligence, robotics and natural

Check Out These Stunning New Images Of Jupiter

Check Out These Stunning New Images Of Jupiter
If fears of World War 3 have got you down, don’t fret. We’ve got some glorious new pictures of Jupiter to hopefully take your mind off things. These latest snaps were taken by NASA’s Juno spacecraft during its seventh science flyby over Jupiter. The spacecraft is in a wide orbit around the planet, swooping down every 53 days to gather science and take images. The rest of the time it spends further out, to avoid Jupiter’s intense radiation. Juno