The issue on the death penalty is trending nowadays. Thanks to the recently approved extremely “watered down” version of the death penalty bill and Philippine President Duterte’s strong stance on death penalty.
In pursuit of one of its main advocacies, that is providing a source of renewable energy source for last mile communities the Sustainable Energy and Enterprise Development for Communities (SEED4COM) Team have just rolled out a new program for small islands.
Happy Rizal day to every one ! Every 30th of December here in the Philippines, we celebrate what is known as “Rizal Day,” Jose Rizal’s death anniversary. For those who do not know who he is, Jose Rizal is considered as one of the greatest heroes of the Philippines and is widely well known as the “national hero.”
Next to John 3:16, having been printed on millions of apparel, coffee mugs and almost anything, the next most popular verse would probably be Philippians 4:13. Helping to fuel the popularity of the verse are Christian athletes such as Evander Hollyfield who had the verse written in his boxing robe, popular football quarterback Tim Tebow who had the verse written in the black grease beneath his eyes, NBA super star and Stephen Curry who had the verse printed on his own brand of shoes. Notorious MMA fighter Jon Jones even has the verse tattooed in his chest.
As polymaths we become so overwhelmed with our project and our passions that sometimes we feel lost amidst the jungle of the things that we do. Just like anybody else, finding inner peace is a challenge and in fact more than a challenge to us, considering the myriads of things that we do at the same time. Finding inner peace is a choice, and many of our habits determine how we may find it. The following life hacks for polymaths might be able to help you find inner peace.