How would you feel if worked hard to get to where you wanted to go in life, but were subjected to a totally different set of rules than the rest of the people in your country? If for you to be in this country you could live there for free, but was not allowed to support yourself from your own hard work. If the country you lived in made a tremendous amount of money from you and your work. Now what if your country was part of an organization (similar to that of the United Nations), which made billions of dollars from people just like you. For your free labor, for allowing you to live in the country, they made not millions but billions from your blood, sweat and tears. You might think that this sounds like slavery. You might think that sounds like it occurred 100 years ago. No this is happening today.
In the middle of her hectic day I caught up with Miss Patty of Sole Channel music as she’s putting the finishing touches on her new album scheduled to be released later this month. She shares with us how she she juggles her many titles, mom, wife, singer, songwriter and performer.
The University of Miami Upward Bound Scholars Program is proud to present its first annual Leadership Summit “Already a Leader” for Miami Dade County high school students. Focusing on current and prospective student leaders, the summit is aimed at fostering positive leadership qualities already present in our youth.
WET MagazineUniversity of Miami – First annual Leadership Summit
WHAT SECRETS LY BENEATH YOUR SKIN THAT ENTICE ME AND INVITE ME IN? INTO THE SECLUDED PLACES OF YOUR VERY CORE… I TAKE ONE STEP IN AND I’M CAUGHT UP FOR SURE… LIKE A FISH TO A HOOK, LIKE A BEAR TO HONEY, NO, NO WAIT… THAT’S TOO VAGUE OF A STORY IT’S DEEPER…DEEPER LIKE…A
Is there anything more tempting than the promise of ascension to godhood? I found myself asking this, and many more questions, while reading The Art of Seduction. It is a masterful example of the undeniable attractiveness of the “how to” books that seem to saturate society today. Robert Greene (Author of the Best Selling book The 48 Laws of Power) once again, exhibit’s a keen and persuasive mind, by making a case for seduction that draws from the very origins of human society.
I continue to believe that Miami holds an infinite amount of resources, specifically the untapped talents of local artists. I first came across Reinier’s work at the Moksha Art Festival during Art Basel in December 2010. I was immediately attracted to his art because of the imagery and mixture of fantasy with history and religion. A lot of his pieces where representations of Native American Indians through his eyes. So clearly it was my pleasure to have the opportunity of interviewing him and getting a better understanding of his work and the inspiring person behind the brush.
A Different View on Sports For the most part, as a female executive, it is not likely that you are currently involved in playing a sport. The closest you may come to this is perhaps, transporting your child to and from an extracurricular sporting activity in-between your already hectic schedule. In fact other than maybe