Hope Faculty always tells its members that tough times is only a phase and to remember to have the strength to not let it control your mind and body. Below is a great quote Hope faculty found on the web and thought we would share it.
The term empowerment refers to measures designed to increase the degree of autonomy and self-determination in people and in communities to enable them to represent their interests in a responsible and self-determined way, acting on their own authority.
Hope Faculty understand that life is hectic, busy and tiresome. Life’s full of routine, things to do and the only free time gets taken for unexpected things. This vicious cycle can continue and continue and next thing you know you realised that you have not stepped aside and worked on any self-empowerment.
At Hope Faculty our members are always told to spread hope, knowledge and not judge anybody, but when your judging or comparing to others its hard so the best way for this is to be happy with one self.
The question then comes back how do I empower myself then? And the answer has many responses, but daily in relation to a busy life, you have many options, what is and will be the main problem is that motivation of get up and go. When you do stuff for yourself you might not be rewarded with money so this can be an obstacle as money issues have priority, you may not get rewarded in the short term, but you must think in the long-term benefits.
So simple stuff you can do in an hour like read, look up on some knowledge, exercise, learn a skill, visit a new place, join social groups, watch documentaries, write that blog post, contact that lost friend for a chat, eat something different, start something early, start research early, start a saving fund, research your children’s issues early and even meditate.
Hope faculty always promotes staying productive and self-empowering is like planting seeds or adding strings to your bow will help your confidence and most importantly will prepare you for that surprise day you have to shine even if you not expecting it .
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“Each one teaches one” is a philosophy, or way of life, that originated in the U.S. during the early days of slavery. Africans were thought of as chattel by their owners and not worth the time or resources it would take to educate them. Leaders within the slave community started the practice of teaching reading and writing in secret. And they passed on their knowledge to their friends and family members one at a time.
In true leadership fashion, they encouraged each new student to pass on their newfound knowledge to another person. If each one who gained new knowledge passed it on to one person and the pattern continued, then they believed that eventually everyone could become educated. And it worked!
Each one teaches one is a philosophy which motivates Hope Faculty. Hope faculty fully understands that the task of achieving and spreading the positive message of hope involves, passing the vital sparks of knowledge that will help hope shine and grow within the hopeless. Everybody can look deep inside themselves and find knowledge that could be helpful to another person. We all have this ability but sometimes we are not using it correctly. The hope in each one teaches one especially with hope faculty is to empower people with the knowledge and make sure the knowledge is used, exercised and passed on. If Hope faculty members keep this structure and cycle of passing the message and knowledge of positivity, the hope will grow, help, create, manifest, support and even warn those who seem to be in a hopeless place.
Hope Faculty end goal is to keep the hope alive for people who need it. Eventually we want to be on the front-line of society spreading the message of love and hope as well as Hope Faculty being a reference of positivity and personal positive well being. Please, please understand the first step is to spread the message and go about your everyday business living righteously full of positivity, which will intern rub off on people whom you may encounter through out the day and set off the Hope domino effect. To reach the mission we do need a monetary step up and all types of help and donations would be much appreciated, but we also need members to point us to situations where positivity or how I like to call it Hope Faculty is taking place , as well as cases where the hope is needed. Hope faculty is a lifestyle, mindset and a state of being, thats what makes you a member, Hope faculty is growing and needs funding to reach the certain milestones to be in a position where we can start funding real hope in an effective way and touch real people who are caught up in the harsher trappings of todays society.
All Money raised is for the Hope Faculty Fund which will be used for the growth of the website and Hope Faculty Projects.
Hope Faculty has opened a merchandise Shop. As you know Hope Faculty eventually want to support, promote and fund hope that adds positivity and can change peoples lives on the frontline of negativity in todays society. To speed up and grow this mission Hope Faculty has decided to create its own revenues and came to a conclusion that merchandise could be one way.
All the Merchandise has been designed, made and created at the Hope Faculty.
For the first creation we decided to do t-shirts, we thought this would be a great way for members to be proud and wear the positivity. Creating t- shirts is easier said then done and we was struggling with the heat press, printer, cutter ,vinyl and other problems no tutorials told us about. But we eventually came out with 3 t-shirts that made all the blood, sweat and tears (again no youtube tutorial prepared us for that) worth it, and we are proud and have hope you will like it.
We called this line on three t-shirts the 1st wave and more waves will be coming soon. Please check them out on the Hope Faculty website merchandise store. Please press the link below
A photo of a boy who was left with frozen hair and eyelashes after he walked to school in sub-zero temperatures has gone viral. Wang Fuman was pictured with icicles on his eyebrows, hair, eyelashes and his thin jacket after he made it to class in temperatures of -9C.
The photo was taken by his teacher after his daily 4.5km walk to school in China’s Yunnan province. It has also caused debate about the “left behind child” problem which is when the parents have to migrate across china for work while they leave their kids with the grand parents in small villages across China.
What fascinates us at Hope Faculty is:
Wang is one determined little boy, you can just tell nothing was going to stop his education, you could just imagine him reassuring his dear old granny that he will be safe and warm trust him.
You can tell from the photo Wang is thinking
” what is all the commotion about, teacher you know I am happy and proud to go school, ok I know my hair looks funny. Go on then take a pic but don’t act like you didn’t know! this has been my school route for years.”
Wang, you looked out your window and thought “yay me and my pals are going to slide, sleigh and have snowball fights all the way to school” he does not know that to most modern-day parents that was a gauntlet of death, and they would be suing the schools for attempted murder, for just being open and making their kids have to go, kids that could probably not survive the 4.5km walk without collapsing or needing a time out! so imagine them in -9c!!!
This story and the photo of Wang just melted our hearts but more so is the positivity and determination projected. To Hope Faculty this is simply a story about a boy who went school and did not let the weather spoil his attendance.
For Hope Faculty, Wang in his young age has demonstrated great qualities such as determination, confidence, being focused, trust, self-motivation, application, pragmatism, strength and willingness. The motivation to progress, and get his knowledge up, all this without complaining or knowing how hard of a life he even has.