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"It is not the critic who counts: not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles or where the doer of deeds could have done better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood, who strives valiantly, who errs and comes up short again and again, because there is no effort without error or shortcoming, but who knows the great enthusiasms, the great devotions, who spends himself for a worthy cause; who, at the best, knows,…Continue
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I rise, and so I stand
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Today is Human Rights Day...
and being in The Dream Project Club at Franklin High School,
i just want to say we have a RIGHT to make a difference and so does everyone else.
Don't be afraid to nurture your vision
strive to be of good service locally and globally
Become a "Solutioner"
and take a risk in using your infinite creative consciousness
Focus on what you want,
and if you work hard enough you'll recieve exactly what you're asking for.
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Mariah Alexis Reyes
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
HOT & BOTHERED:
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS RAISE A TORCH FOR ECO-FRIENDLY FASHION
Los Angeles, CA (November 30, 2012)-In the celebration of…
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Abhilash P Ninan. BE(IT).MBA(Finance&Marktng)PSG Tech.
Chairman GLOBAL RENEWABLE ENERGY INVESTMENT
My Blog: http://abhilashchalakuzhy.blogspot.com/
Phone: +001 415 298 4477 (U.S.A)
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Greetings from Texas! How are things going? I'm sure you are continuing to do amazing and life changing work with the Dream Project! I love checking out the website and keeping up with the blog. All the students' blog posts give me such a happy feeling!
I’ve just returned from two years serving in the US Peace Corps in Mali, West Africa, and this transition home has led me to think about my next step, and also to reflect on the different life experiences…
Added by Amanda G Addison on November 2, 2011 at 9:23am — No Comments
Auston Chavez is a 9th grader at Franklin High School. Auston was one of the lucky students to be in Mrs Conde's Health Class, in which the Dream Project is an integrated part.
At the recent Success Fair at Franklin, I got to meet Auston and several hundred other Dream Project students that literally took my breath away.
Auston patiently waited until I spoke to all the other students. He couldn't wait to tell me about the effect the Dream Project had on…
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Ok...here's another Franklin High School Student, from Mrs. Conde's Health Class that just blows my mind!Continue
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Franklin High students presented Dream Projects on June 1st! I was very proud of the work they did getting us closer to fulfilling the MDG's. Many will continue the journey after being inspired by Ms. Kelly Sullivan Walden. Franklin High School loves you Kelly!! …Continue
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Value and money. Ain’t it all about perspective.
I’ll give two examples about understanding value and money:
1) My Vietnamese scarf and 2) A quote from Nicholas Kristof, “Humanitarians have tended to guilt-trip people and governments into generosity by peddling emaciated children with flies on their eyes.”
That being said,
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