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About gbemisoyetijani

EDUCATOR FOR HEALTH,FREELANCE WRITER, health newsworker,member Rotarian Fellowship of writers and authors,ROTI(Rotarians fellowship on internet-a yahoogroup),(PP),Paul Harris Fellow,PHF,MEMBER FULL GOSPEL BUSINESSMEN S FELLOWSHIP INTERNATIONAL,Metro chapter swzI Ibadan,Member :Back2Nature Group ,Ibadan, Oyo ANA, association of Nigerian authors, Oyo State Chapter,Rotarian,Past President,RC of Oluyole Estate,D9125,Regional Director, Healthy Living Communications, Lagos( a health management communication consultant, medical publisher, health information researcher and trainer), Trevo Life & Life Coach,List Member PCDN,columnist as tjmusepal, in Kevins allpoetry.com,posts.* More thoughts by& Gbemi can be found on linkedin.com,has commented online since 2004 as GBEMI TIJANI MST(BYLINE) websites like: http://allpoetry.com.tjmusepal *Comments on Yahoo Contributor Network (June, May, April, March 2012) *Comments on beliefnet.com *Comments online: Moriapoetry.com http://allpoetry.com.tjmusepal/column Rotariangooglebooks/ Rotary Africa Rotary video magazine online Rotary International News DG LAW NEWSLETTER,APRIL2012 D9125 edited by Florence Ohale http://linkedin.gbemitijani http

Free ebook 3: What Does Service Mean in Rotary? Simple Stories of Inspiring Rotarians

The third free ebook in the Rotarian Economist Short Books series has been released. Rotary’s motto is “Service above Self.” What does this mean in practice? The book answers this question by… Source: Free ebook 3: What Does Service Mean in … Continue reading

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Free ebook 3: What Does Service Mean in Rotary? Simple Stories of Inspiring Rotarians

The third free ebook in the Rotarian Economist Short Books series has been released. Rotary’s motto is “Service above Self.” What does this mean in practice? The book answers this question by… Source: Free ebook 3: What Does Service Mean in … Continue reading

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As the New Year

As the New Year creeps closer around the globe, setting off fireworks from timezone to timezone, moving as a Gulf Stream of cheer, as some of us move from one house to another carrying cookies and … Source: As the … Continue reading

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Collecting images

After my recent trip to Mexico, I realized that much of my writing life is built around routines. Sometimes that serves my poetry well – I know whether or not I’m on track as defined by… Dg Source: Collecting images … Continue reading

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Moving from humiliation and exclusion to participation: Ending poverty in all its forms

Today, October 17, is the United Nations’ World Day for Overcoming Poverty. The origin of the day lies in the work of the lapoverty is commonplace and concern about poverty implications -inclusive of exclusion and humiliation is worth the while of focus and … Continue reading

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Writing through Pain and Confusion Plus Shareworthy Reading and Writing Links

Originally posted on Live to Write – Write to Live:
Sometimes, it feels like the bad news will never end. Day after day, the headlines shout at us about violence, racism, hatred, deceit, murder, exploitation, and cruelty. The suffering we…

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Ghana excited to take part in next phase of H2O Collaboration

By Ako Odotei, a member of the Rotary Club of Tema, Ghana, Africa. This is the first in a series of planned posts from Rotary members involved in the Rotary-USAID International H2O Collaboration th… Source: Ghana excited to take part in … Continue reading

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