Thursday, July 01, 2010

Tafelsigs Matrix clinic a programme of excellence and the right advice needed in Lavender Hill

Keeping Cape Town in tune and in touch with it’s communities

Throughout history, many cultures have held negative superstitions about black cats, often associating the animals with witches, the devil, and omens of evil. Though black cats are actually considered good luck in a minority of countries, superstitions about bad luck striking those who have had one cross their path widely persist today.
In Scotland, a strange black cat on your porch is a sign of upcoming prosperity. In Ireland, when a black cat crosses your path in the moonlight, it means there is going to be an epidemic illness. In Italy hundreds of years ago, it was believed that if a black cat lay on the bed of a sick person, that person would die. Many years ago in England, fishermen's wives kept black cats in their homes while their husbands went away to sea in their fishing boats. They believed that the black cats would prevent danger from occurring to their husbands while they were away. Superstitions centering around the black cat are some of the most widely known and popular superstitions.

**Today I discovered some odd superstitions like seeing bees before 12 is good luck and after is bad luck and if a fork falls a women is to visit and knife means you can expect a man visiting.
Do you believe in superstition? Do you know of any more superstitions? COMMENT not now but RIGHT NOW on this blog.

In which year was the popular South African soccer club, Moroka Swallows formed?
A – 1947 B – 1950 C – 2000
A – 1947

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Councillor Grant Pascoe Mayoral Committee Member for Social Development in Cape Town. Cllr Pascoe joined me to discuss and showcase the Tafelsig Matrix treatment clinic that was certified as a 'programme of excellence'. The certificate was handed over to the clinic by the internationally recognized Matrix Institute exactly two years after its doors opened.
The Matrix Institute forms part of the Integrated Substance Abuse Programmes (ISAP) at the University of California in Los Angeles (UCLA) and is the acknowledged world leader in research-based practices for alcohol and drug treatment, particularly for Methamphetamine (TIK). They have been successfully treating people with Methamphetamine problems since 1984.
To find call the helpline
0800 HELP 4U

Lastly award winning community leader, Clive Jacobs joined me to encourage Lavender Hill’s residents and surrounding areas to make use of the Lavender Hill Advice Office. Be it help with filling out forms, applications, need advice about schooling, grants, pension you name it can be done. To contact Clive Jacobs call 076 789 2178.

There can be hope only for a society which acts as one big family, not as many separate ones - Anwar el Sadat
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