Janji Humphrey

Janji Humphrey

27 February 2014 » Janji Humphrey

                                                                                                  Imagine yourself in 50 years, you are in your early 70’s, near the end of your career. You are sitting on your couch, having just watched the State Of the Union holographic by President Kardeshian. You begin to ponder your life. The career successes and how you have been able to provide for your family. You will think of all great moments with your family and friends. But then you start to think...

21 February 2014 » Janji Humphrey

Make your way for the KINGs

28 January 2014 » Janji Humphrey

A man’s destiny is not a matter of chance, it is a matter of choice; it is not something to be awaited for, it is something to be achieved. I once came across a quote that, “if one invests his confidence in the direction of his dreams and endeavors to live the life that he has imagined, he will surely meet success unexpected in common hours.”God put upon each one of us a special gift, talent, that once discovered  and put into use, will not only cause the owner to leave footprints in the sands...

24 January 2014 » Janji Humphrey

What more could be better than to sit alone in the lamplight with a book spread out before you and hold intimate converse with men of unseen generations – surely such is pleasure beyond compare.It has always been emphasized upon me from a tender age about the importance of books. Joseph Brodsky once said, “There are worse crimes than burning books. One of them is not reading them.” What could be more nutritious, more nourishing than reading books. For it is when books are open that we discover...

23 January 2014 » Janji Humphrey

When Harvard Business School Associate Professor Francesca Gino invites high-powered business leaders to address her class, she often observes an interesting phenomenon. The guest speakers announce that they are just as interested in learning from the students as teaching them, and encourage them to ask questions and make comments. In reality, however, the speakers often do the opposite—dominating the time and not allowing for much discussion at all.  "As professors we do this too," admits Gino...

06 January 2014 » Janji Humphrey

Africa is a rich continent filled with greatness and supremacy waiting to be revealed by this young generation of ours. It’s like a sleeping lion full of potential and ability to move the entire world and it’s up to the youth to build the inevitable road that will eventually awaken this lion. We were born Africans for a purpose, and that purpose is to grow into a mountain and not to shrink into a grain of sand, hence we have to strain our potential until it cries for mercy. The epitome of...

01 January 2014 » Janji Humphrey

God's Word brings us a comforting promise, along with an insightful command as we face a new year: "Let your conversation be without covetousness; and be content with such things as ye have: for He hath said, I will never leave thee, nor forsake thee. So that we may boldly say, The Lord is my helper, I will not fear what man shall do unto me" (Hebrews 13:5-6).We can live this coming year without fear if we apply these four incredibly wonderful truths to our lives and root them deep into our...

21 December 2013 » Janji Humphrey

I often look to Mahatma Gandhi for wisdom. His gentle approach to life is testament to the fact that strength does not equal physical capacity.In the modern world, we're taught that to be strong, we must be ferocious in attitude and vehemently go after what we want in life.I believe this approach is flawed. And I think Mahatma Gandhi would agree with me.His life story has proven that it’s possible to remain gentle in spirit, yet simultaneously command a huge amount of strength and respect.He...

20 December 2013 » Janji Humphrey

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, one of the richest people in the world, is well known for the nuggets of wisdom he occasionally imparts on the young and old alike. At a speech he gave at a high school graduation, he sought to bring them back down to earth by correcting some of their misconceptions about life in the real world. No political correctness here - just one big reality check that, if taken to heart, will help us on the real life after school. RULE 1: Life's not fair. Get used to...

20 December 2013 » Janji Humphrey

As we all mourn the passing of Nelson Mandela and celebrate his life, we continue to draw strength from the principles he espoused and the way he led his life.  Mandela inspired leaders, young and old, across the globe to lead with courage and conviction.  As President Obama said, “…it falls to us as best we can to forward the example that he set.” 

20 December 2013 » Janji Humphrey

Inspiring change.Can I make a difference? one day in a corner of the world, a light went on. An idea was born, I AM THE DIFFERENCE, between justice and injustice, between right and wrong. The voice lives on when me and you take a stand and say. I am the end of poverty and corruption in Africa, I am a different path. Its never too late. I believe in your Humanity. I am saving Africa, one nation at a time, I am a wave of compassion, I am the end of ignorance. I am the call for Human Rights. I am...

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