Wisdom of life

Monthly Archives: September 2014

Sharing what you have… heals you from poverty of the mind
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We own material things - homes, cars, clothes, money, food, and there is an obligation, no, a mandate, to share these things with the poor.  Matthew 19:21 says "Jesus answered, "If you want to be perfect, go, sell your possessions and give to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven. Then come, follow me." This is a verse that Scott Neeson, a Hollywood executive took literally. He sold all he had, converted it to cash and founded the Cambodian

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Children in Developing Nations
DSCN4556 Two schoolgirls smile

[caption id="attachment_168" align="aligncenter" width="1000"] A young boy about age 13 carries mud to a construction site. Photo: Sushree[/caption]   [caption id="attachment_167" align="aligncenter" width="1000"] A young boy about age 14 carries mud to a construction site. Such children stay back to work and earn a living due to extreme poverty. They cannot afford to go to school. Photo: Sushree.[/caption]   [caption id="attachment_166"

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Ways you can give
Seven children playing in the park.

There are many ways you can plan to give to help Happy Children Happy World reach more children daily.  With over 22,000 children dying daily (UNICEF report) it has never become clearer and more urgent to help stop the meaningless deaths of children around this world. 1. Individual donations given regularly, a fixed amount on a monthly basis helps impact children's lives daily. 2. Businesses can donate one time a year or donate monthly or quarterly 

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Our Philosophy: Happy Children Happy World
Poverty Children

Normally, Children really don’t ask for much. They are content with the life they are provided. Even in harsh realities, children have no voice. That is why we adults have to become their voice – to imbibe every child with a happy life, with justice and fulfillment. Rights of a Child: The Right for a Child to have a happy childhood. The Right for a Child to have a basic education. The Right for a Child not to work. The Right for a Child to be

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