It’s not difficult to give esteem to a country like Switzerland. For me it isn’t. I was born in Switzerland and lived there most of my years. At first glance it seems obvious that somebody gives esteem to his home country.
But by knowing the country and its people so well, it might just be the opposite. Well, it isn’t. I give easily and full-heartedly esteem to Switzerland and invite you to discover this country so you can give esteem too.
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We enjoy honey often without thinking about the work that goes into making it.
Many of us don’t have the opportunity to visit a beekeeper personally in order to buy his honey. In most of the towns there are farmer’s markets where we can purchase honey directly from beekeepers to show our esteem toward their precious and “sweet” work.
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Sounds weird? Esteem for Interior Designers? Well, it isn’t. Besides the fact that every profession deserves esteem anyway there are always some interesting details about a profession, and Interior Designers definitely have a fascinating job.
At first glance it seems that Interior Designers are working around a non-vital topic, non-vital for the society. But when you look at this profession a little closer you’ll see how important their job is.
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Owning your own business is no walk in the park. It’s hard work and consistent commitment.
Business owners deserve our esteem. For their decision to start a business and for going ahead with it in prosperity and adversity.
Giving anybody good advice who wants or thinks about starting a new business is always great if it’s driven by esteem and respect. There are mental traits that help people starting a successful business that you might already have but you also can learn.
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Tuscany belongs to the most beautiful landscapes in the world. Well, that’s me speaking. But I don’t think I’m alone with this opinion.
I was fortunate to make several visits to the Tuscany and was never disappointed. In the contrary, everything seems to be there for beauty and discovery. Tuscany is rich on natural beauty but also art, history and all sorts of food and wines.
It’s easy to give esteem to Tuscany.
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Women’s World Banking WWB is a global network of 54 microfinance providers and banks working in 30 countries. WWB provides support, advice, training and information.
The goal of WWB is to alleviate global poverty by expanding the economic assets, participation and power of the poor, especially women.
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Some cities undergo a massive construction boom in the form of urban renovation projects.
Madrid in Spain is one of these cities. Recently, after more than five years of construction in this beautiful city, planners were able to declare the projects complete. The renovation project included rerouting traffic underground so that the city’s center was opened for pedestrians.
With its renewed appearance Madrid gives esteem towards its citizens and tourists. On the other hand, the city receives esteem from the people who enjoy the beautiful plazas, facades and a great open atmosphere.
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It started as a Tent City founded for homeless people and grew into a permanent neighborhood called Dignity Village. After conducting elections, Dignity Village even has their own administrative and legislative branches of government. The name tells it all: Dignity Village is a place that gives dignity back to people who’ve lost their jobs and homes.
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Established in 2003, Electrolux Design Lab is a global design competition open to undergraduate and graduate design students who are invited to present innovative ideas for future households.
Every year Electrolux challenges design students all over the world. The challenge is to create a concept that is relevant to the time and raises questions about what design will be like in the future. The brief for 2013 calls for innovative ideas for urbanization – Social Cooking, Natural Air and Effortless Cleaning.
From more than 1700 submissions by students all over the world they’re now down to these 8 Finalists.
The Jury will choose the winning concept October 16 in Stockholm, Sweden. Now is your chance to vote for People’s Choice!
There are numerous annual World Days designated by the United Nations to raise awareness for different themes and problems in our world. Today we want to give esteem to World Habitat Day which will be held on October 4, the first Monday of the month of October.
On Oct. 4, 2010, in recognition of World Habitat Day, Habitat for Humanity will raise awareness of the need for improved shelter and highlight Habitat’s priorities: the worldwide connection between human health and housing, and, in the United States, neighborhood revitalization. These themes echo the United Nations’ chosen theme for 2010 for events in the host city of Shanghai, China and the rest of the world: “Better City, Better Life.”
Habitat for Humanity hopes that by raising awareness and advocating for universal decent housing we can dismantle and alter the systems that allow for poverty housing and make an affordable, decent place to live a reality for all.
By giving public attention to World Habitat Day we give esteem toward housing generally and in our neighborhood. We give esteem to the fact that housing improves health, has a positive impact on children and strengthens communities.