Wednesday, September 23, 2009

MC inspires this GENDER HUB Wednesday find out who our inspiration was this morning btwn 9am-12pm

By Denisia Adams

bucolic adj.

1. Of or characteristic of the countryside or its people; rustic.
2. Of or characteristic of shepherds or flocks; pastoral.
eg. The bucolic village was a relaxing getaway for many stressed workers.
In which province would one find the town called De Aar?
A – Free State B –doesn’t exist C – Northern Cape
Answer= C – Northern Cape
De Aar, the third largest town in the Northern Cape, is centrally located on the main railway line between Johannesburg, Cape Town, Port Elizabeth and Namibia and tarred roads to surrounding towns. The junction was the second most important railway junction in South Africa, with 110km of railway lines including 29 rail-tracks.

The "Crossing the Line" ceremony originally was created as a test to ensure new sailors were capable of handling long, rough stretches at sea, the "Crossing the Line" ceremony is an initiation rite used by many navies to commemorate a sailor's first crossing of the equator. Sailors who have already crossed the equator are nicknamed Shellbacks; those who have not are called Pollywogs. Many navies now have regulations to prevent hazing during the tradition, which often involves various physical tests. DID YOU KNOW Gymnasiums were introduced in 900BC and Greek athletes practised in the nude to the accompaniment of music. They also performed naked at the Olympic Games.

How to Learn to Wait for What You Want
Life is 10% what you make it, 90% how you take it. Having the right attitude about things makes life a lot easier.
1.Identify your problem.
2.Have the right attitude. Ask yourself these questions... Do you think your problem is only what is wrong with what is now? Are you unhappy because you can't be where you want to be right this very second? Will things really change if you get what or where you want?
3. Know that if you think life is terrible right now, possibilities are that life will be terrible when you get to where you want to go in life. Because life is only what you make of it.
4. Are you living in the future? Neglecting the present? And forgetting the past?
5. Are your priorities mixed up? What kind of job you have, where you live, and other things in your life are minor ones compared to the importance of making the best of what is here and now.
6.Attitude is everything! A person with a poor attitude is a poor person period, but those with a good attitude are rich no matter what.
7.Set your priorities straight. Do you want the glamour without the work? What if what you want entails work also?
8. Start listening to your intuition for guidance on where you should go. Take charge of the here and now.

Two inspiring individuals. Firstly we had Sindiwe Mangona and then we had Mr Siphiwe Zingani.
We were joined by Sindiwe Mangona, South African author who wrote a book being hailed as the most important about HIV/Aids called, "Beauty’s Gift". Sindiwe is an inspring individual trying to help and encourange the South African women to start choosing life.

Then we spoke to Siphiwe Zingani. Siphiwe is a recovering drug addict who has come from the dark corners of the world into a world of possibilities. He is currently a motivational speaker and an aspiring musician.

Al Franken

Mistakes are a part of being human. Appreciate your mistakes for what they are: precious life lessons that can only be learned the hard way. Unless it's a fatal mistake, which, at least, others can learn from.
That’s it for the Morning Cruise, where we cruise through your weekday here on BushRadio 89.5fm live on your stereo between 9am – 12pm with me Denisia Adams. Take Care ... make the best of your day and Keep the Faith. Stay Real!!!!!!!!!!

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