I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.
- Nelson Mandela
Tag Archive for African
Learn the Language of the Eyes
POWER LIVING® TIP: How would you like to “read” people’s eyes? Pick up non-verbal clues, and be aware of what your eyes are saying, with the following signs…
When Spider Webs Unite
QUOTE CARD: “When spider webs unite
they can tie up a lion.”
PWR FOODS: From Traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurveda to African and Native American traditions, seasonal eating has been a practice of many indigenous and ancient cultures.
Senegal on the Rise
POWER LIVING TV: In Power Living® with Dr. Terri Kennedy, experience the rise of Senegal as a hot travel destination in Part 2 of her coverage from the Third World Festival of Black Arts & Culture. Terri and her family were there as guests of His Excellency, President Abdoulaye Wade. She witnessed the progress that continues to be made in this democratic African country, and provides an inside look at its culture and sights.
Return to Senegal
POWER LIVING® TV: Experience the Third World Festival of Black Arts & Culture in Dakar, Senegal. The Festival brought together thousands of people from 65 countries to celebrate the creativity and diversity of the African Diaspora.
The Power of… PARTNERSHIP
PARTNERSHIP. Are you a loner or a connector? What type of genuine partnerships have you formed in your life? I was a tom-boy athlete growing up. I ran track, swam and did gymnastics competitively and was successful at winning many medals. Although I was technically on a “team”, I realize now that in all of those sports the final result was really determined by my individual performance. Except for in a relay race, I wasn’t really dependent on the other members like with sports such as football or basketball.