ALL IS VANITY
Written by Min. Mrs. Massa M. Kanyon, House of Achievers Church
This is the day that the Lord have made we will rejoice and be glad in it.
Today we shall be discussing VANITY.
VANITY- IS THAT WHICH IS VAIN, FUTILE OR WORTHLESS; THAT WHICH IS OF NO VALUE, USE OR PROFIT.
The National Disaster Management Agency Deserves Autonomous Status
Written by Ambrues M. Nebo
Following the Lynch Street flood arguably as Liberia first disaster in 1979 that damaged more than hundreds persons properties, the William R. Tolbert Jr. government issued as executive order that established the National Disaster Relief Commission to operate under the Ministry of Internal Affairs. Since then, the Commission besides being in obscurity has not been able to effectively or efficiently perform its reactive mandate due to major challenges such as human and financial capacities.
Leadership & Motivation
Let bygone be bygone. When you have had a terrible, traumatic or bad past it has the tendency to bring the pain and pangs of regret into the present. A bad past carries with it unpleasant memories which kills the joy of the present. It saps the energy needed to keep going in the present and this is a good way to mortgage your future on the altar of depression and discouragement. The fact that you have failed, messed up or fallen down in the past does not mean you cannot still make it. You can and will still make it. Don’t let your past limit you, don’t allow people’s opinion of your past put you down.
New Year’s Message by Ambassador Deborah Malac
Written by Ambassador Deborah Malac
As we welcome and celebrate the coming of the New Year, it is important to take a moment to reflect on the many challenges and opportunities that the people and government of Liberia have faced over the past 12 months. At the outset of 2014, we could not have predicted what historic events the year would bring for the Liberian people, the United States and the global community.