Tapestry in Literature and Inventive Writing

The mixture of the ornamental arts with literature and inventive writing has led to many classical tales and novels themed around a portrait or artefact. Others have used tapestry as a metaphor to indicate a weaving of a story, and utilizing tapestry to theme a narrative has strengthened the ability that tapestry has of telling […]

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Mindfulness Meditation in Western Society

Meditation has change into extraordinarily well-liked in western society in recent times nevertheless; it has existed for hundreds of years and has clearly handed the take a look at of time in numerous different cultures. Meditation has in truth survived 4500 years of political upheaval and socioeconomic transition (Andreson, 2000). If meditation was not helpful would […]

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Cultivating SMART Fundraising Goals

SMART is an acronym gaining remarkable popularity in the world of business which represents key features specialists generally agree must be incorporated into your goals to align yourself on a route to success. This system was introduced in 1981 when an article by George Doran (there’s a S.M.A.R.T way to write management’s goals) highlighted the […]

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The Board’s Role in Fundraising

“Should my board help me raise funds?” The obvious answer is yes, of course, they should! Now comes the hard part. Getting the board to actually raise money is a lot tougher than simply saying they should. Many nonprofits, of all sizes and types of missions, overlook the basic steps necessary to engage the board […]

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Mindfulness Attitudes – Acceptance

  Acceptance is a very active process, there is nothing passive about it, it’s not passive resignation but an act of recognition that things are the way they are… Acceptance doesn’t mean we can’t work to change the world or circumstances, but it means that unless we accept things as they are, we will try […]

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The Relationship Between Insurance and Finance

Insurance and finance are closely interwoven fields of business, not least because they both involve money. They also often both involve speculation and risk, and often where one goes, the other will follow. Take property investment, for example, it involves a large amount of capital outlay, swiftly followed by insurance to protect the capital investment. […]

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Information to Nonprofit Fundraising

Introduction Nonprofit fundraising is a sophisticated matter and a vital operation. Nonprofits are in a singular place from companies in that they can not worth their services and products to, properly, make a revenue. Working budgets have to be conceived from different sources than program revenues. This can be information targeted on fundraising for nonprofits. […]

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Tips for Strategic Fundraising Planners

Fundraising may sound like a simple event with small activities aimed at attracting people to chip in for something you believe in. In reality, fundraising can be anything but simple. Any professional fundraiser would tell you how detailed and intricate the whole process is. For a fundraiser to be a success, it must come with […]

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The Power of Cultural Symbolism

Everywhere we look in society we see forms of symbolic representation which identify and illustrate our cultural ethos. Symbols that we use, as distinct from signs, carry multiple meanings depending on the context and culture in which they appear. A symbol can be a gesture, an object or a ritual that informs solidifies and influences […]

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What Is Anthropology?

Anthropology is the study of human beings, having its origins in humanities and social science. It is a discourse on the evolution of Homo Sapiens, who were their ancestors, the variations and differences of humans, how certain groups of humans behave in society and what is the function of these creatures in society and culture. […]

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