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Esteem for the Biodiversity on our planet Earth

Biodiversity Gaston SpicerArizona State University’s International Institute for Species Exploration announces a top 10 new species list each year as part of its public awareness campaign to bring attention to biodiversity.

The day of the announcement is not an accident. Every year it is made on or near May 23 to honor Linnaeus, the initiator of the modern system for naming plants and animals.

Almost 2 million species have been named and classified. Scientists estimate though that there are 10-12 million living species on our planet Earth, not included the unknown millions of microbes.

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Esteem for dolphin assisted therapies

Animal assisted interventions for autism

Animal therapy is an established treatment in modern medicine.  The positive impact of animals on humans is widely accepted.

Dolphin assisted therapies have the same effects.  Contact with dolphins may not cure ailments but it can help alleviate some symptoms.  Dolphin assisted therapy works similar to that of sound therapy.

EEG tests confirmed that dolphins’ signal frequencies can have a profound effect on the human brain.

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Esteem for History

World History Adam Brown

Just because history lies deep in the past doesn’t mean it should be forgotten.  The history of our country and our heritage is a great example.

One esteemful approach is respect toward our ancestors and their work.  One doesn’t have to look far to find great examples of thought and action.

Another esteemful approach is to learn of the mistakes of history in order to not repeat them.

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Esteem for Madagascar’s rich biodiversity

Mammals of Madagascar

Did you know that there are animals living on the island of Madagascar which you won’t find anywhere else in the world?

92% of its reptiles and 80% of its plants are found nowhere else.

Madagascar’s rich ecosystem and extraordinary wildlife will now be highly protected according to a plea from the World Wildlife Fund.

Here’s the background story.

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Esteem for Maria Montessori

Maria Montessori handbookMontessori schools offer kindergarten and primary age children a special educational program.  The founder of the schools, Maria Montessori, was a very extraordinary woman.

Born on August 31, 1870 young Maria grew up dreaming of becoming a physician.  At those times a woman becoming a doctor was an impossible wish.  Not a single female student studied medicine.  But Maria Montessori had a strong will.  She carefully chose to study natural sciences, which enabled her in later years to get accepted into medical school in Rome.

Maria was the first woman in Italy to receive a medical degree.

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Building Self-Esteem in Difficult Times – our ebook

building self esteem in difficult times

Each chapter of our ebook 10 Key Steps to Building Self-Esteem in Difficult Times is one of 10 key points to building self-esteem, including taking care of the physical, mental and spiritual aspects of your life. If you follow these steps and really put them to work, you will discover an amazing transformation toward a life of self-esteem.

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Esteem for beekeepers

Beekeepers HandbookWe 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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Esteem for Mileva Marić, Albert Einstein’s wife

Mileva Marić Einstein: Life with Albert Einstein Mileva Marić, the wife of Albert Einstein, received as great sign of esteem by the city of Zurich, Switzerland a memorial stone. Mileva Marić died 1948 in Zurich, poor and alone.

Recently she is recognized as the mother of the Theory of Relativity. This because of newer research based on letters written by her husband Albert Einstein.

Prior to publishing his Theory of Relativity, Einstein wrote to her: “How happy and proud I’ll be when we both together will have finished successfully our work on the theory of relativity.”

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Success with a positive attitude

Napoleon Hill SuccessWhat is it about success that makes everybody want to have it?

Let’s take a look at the moments in our life where we experienced success.  It can be success in our job, in a relationship, in hobby or sport – wherever we achieved success it was just a great feeling.  We want to repeat it as often as possible.

In our search for this repeat-craving life moment we ask ourselves: what positive feeling do we exactly experience when we achieve success?

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