“Without getting into the details of the neural mechanisms, it turns out that experiencing gratitude for others goes beyond activating the reward circuitry of the brain that produces satisfaction; it also activates other areas of the brain linked with the ability to understand others’ mental states, moral judgments, and interpersonal bonding.” – Giacomo Bono Ph.D.
Like many other things in the world, “incredible” is relative. An incredible person may pertain to a recognized hero like a soldier who helped save the world during the war. But, it may also be a teacher working around the clock to educate the nation’s future leaders. These incredible people– do you know who they are? Continue reading “5 Underrated ‘Everyday Heroes’ In Our Lives”
You want it and you feel ready for it. You have ideas all lined up. You have already thought about it and there is nothing that can stop you from pushing through. Wait for just a minute! Before really doing the first step to start a school club, let us first make sure you that you know what will be coming at you after starting a club. After all, we do not want any wasted efforts or crushed dreams. We are for school clubs! Continue reading “What You Need To Know Before Starting A School Club”
What do former U.S. President Bill Clinton, former Secretary-General of the United Nations Kofi Annan, and current U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry have in common? They were all members of their school clubs/organizations back in their student days. Continue reading “5 Reasons How Clubs Can Help You Grow Into Respectable People”
“There’s more to school than the four walls of your classrooms. Endless opportunities to get involved to offer a lot of exciting experiences to learn from!” – This might be the line that you always tell your schoolmates when promoting your club. But is it enough to get them interested? Continue reading “Tips To Encourage Students To Join Your School Club”
Kids would know these guys as cool armored guys who would complete missions and save an innocent elderly person from the villains. In real life, it’s pretty much real. Only the missions are a lot harder, and the one that needs saving isn’t just the elderly person, but the whole country. Continue reading “Military Role Models: What They Sacrifice for the Country and Why We Should Thank Them”