Thank you so much for your faithful support to our brighter future learning center. We had celebrated independent day with our students. We have been busy with reviewing our student’s syllabus for final examinations of their school year. We have been making our center fun and exciting experience for our students so they look to more opportunities to excel in their coming years! We appreciate each one of you who play special role in empowering these less privileged children.
“Make a point to always think and speak positively about people and situations.” --- Mottos for Success “Every King was once a helpless baby; every oak was once an acorn: every mighty ocean swell was once a ripple; every great structure was once a blueprint. It is not where you are today, but where you are going that counts.” Mottos 4 Success. “Life is not only about getting to the destination-it is also about the journey and what you learn and experience along the way.” Mottos for Success “A small body of determined spirit fired by an unquenchable faith in their mission can alter the course of History”— Mahatma Gandhi Website: http://familyservicestrus.wixsite.com/brighter-future Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Activity in the month of January 2017
We had celebrated 68th Republic Day at our Centre with our students and a volunteer. We are grateful for Mr. Rajeev sent some winter apparels for our girls students We have been doing test on regular basis and that our students are making progress in their schooling We had PTM in our Centre and progress of our students being shared with their parents
Upcoming Activity in the month of February 2017
We are helping our students in our studies for their final examinations in Feb and March month
We would appreciate your sponsorship for our students in centre, and also in formal English medium public schools. If you have any friends and associates who would like to also help us with sponsorship for our students, please kindly let us know soon since April month new session starts for our students?
We would like to build a computer lab for our students; we will appreciate your generous support towards it. Anything small and big can be real assets for us to finish that soon this year 2017 SPREAD IT AROUND---Written by Keith Phillips Two essential ingredients for success in life are a sound personal relationship with the Creator of life, followed closely by sound relationships with those around us. In fact, it’s impossible to be truly happy without either of those. The lord gave us the key to both when He said, “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’”1 The wonderful thing about the first is that you can’t love God without experiencing His love in return. And when you do, you can’t help but get excited about life. Knowing that you are His special creation whom He loves puts everything else into perspective, including those nagging little things about yourself that tend to bring you down. He made you the way He wanted you, but He’s not done yet. You’re a work in progress, and you can and should make a little progress every day with His help. Every day is a new challenge, a new chance, a new adventure, and anything is possible, because nothing is impossible for God! When you take that approach, the second part to success in life—getting along well with others—follows naturally. You won’t have trouble winning or keeping friends, because your love, faith, and positivizes will draw others like a magnet. That special closeness to God will also help you through the problems you face. He has everything you need—love, happiness, purpose, answers, and much more—and loving Him puts you in tune and in step with Him, right where you need to be to receive all He has for you. He’s not way off in the blue, beyond your comprehension or reach. Jesus said, “The kingdom of heaven is within you.”2 Enjoy it and spread it around!
The Teacher, As told by Father Tommy Lane. One day Mother Teresa took a woman off the streets of Calcutta. She had sores infested with bugs. Mother Teresa cleaned and dressed her sores while the woman never stopped shrieking and even using swear words and insults. Finally the woman asked, “Sister, why do you do this? Not everyone behaves like you. Who taught you?” Mother Teresa replied, “My God taught me.” The woman said she wanted to know her God. Mother Teresa kissed her on the forehead and said, “You know my God. My God is called love.”
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