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.
What 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?
It’s no accident that Gandhi’s birthday – he was born October 2, 1869 – is celebrated at the same time as the International Day of Non-Violence. Through his non-violent actions Gandhi set an important example for the whole world and will always be remembered as an inspiring and esteemful personality.
Gandhi demonstrated that if we want to create something positive we have to take positive actions. Because he wanted to create peace and freedom for his country, he led others with his peaceful actions.
According to a new study researchers found that when mothers look at their babies it activates certain parts of the brain known to be activated by other positive acts such as finding food or a mate. Researchers call this an “evolutionary survival” effect. Most mothers admit that seeing their smiling babies has an addictive effect on them. They want to see it over and over again because it makes them happy.
It’s great that science can prove this connection between happy motherhood and smiling babies. Smiles are important to every age though.
Prior to the opening to the 2008 session the Australian parliament apologized to the Aborigines for past assimilation policies. “We apologize for the laws and policies of successive parliaments and governments that have inflicted profound grief, suffering and loss on these our fellow Australians.”
“For the pain, suffering and hurt of these Stolen Generations, their descendants and for their families left behind, we say sorry,” it says. “And for the indignity and degradation thus inflicted upon a proud people and proud culture, we say sorry.”
Quotes about esteem are actually more rare than quotes about anything else. Nevertheless we found 25 quotes on love and esteem from prominent people all over the world coming from politics, arts, science, religion and philosophy.
Check out our video about 25 quotes on love and esteem from notable people!
The easiest way to find out how esteem works is when we’re relaxed.
We relax in different ways. We’re tempted to say there are as many ways to relax as there are people. However we relax it’s a moment we don’t feel the need for fighting, defending, arguing or being generally on the alert.
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.
he term Pow Wow comes from the Algonquin nation of the Eastern Woodlands, meaning “a gathering of spiritual leaders.” Originally, Indian tribes held celebrations to commemorate successful hunts or harvests. Many tribes had ceremonial dances to prepare for war and to celebrate victories. The old tribal War Dance as it was known and is still called today, evolved over the last four or five decades into a contemporary social dance and the pow wow into a social gathering and celebration time.
Did you ever watch yourself when you speak about others? The kind of how you speak about others and how you see others reveals more about yourself than about the persons.
How positively you see others is linked to how happy, kind-hearted and emotionally stable you are. A person’s tendency to describe others in positive terms is an important indicator of the positivity of the person’s own personality traits.