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Enjoy - Stay Safe and Well! Community Matters
We want a strong, engaged and vibrant neighbourhood where all people feel safe, supported and connected. Unfortunately, like many other communities, in the era of COVID-19 all over the World currently face a drug, food, health and economic challenges that are affecting our community right from the Winnipeg to the World at a large. Winnipeggers’ are known for the collective teach-in about the realities of life in their society and transformed the lives of thousands of people.
Comrades are rendering their services when it comes to addressing community safety, crime and social disorder. They are implementing strategies across their cities, much of our work related to food, drug use, community safety issues, crime and homelessness.
In this time, its to implement strategies and approaches that respond to the needs of our community through Sharing experiences and appreciating the indicatives’.
Common People involve themselves is taking action, but we continue to look to the provincial government for their commitment and support – for them to take action in the areas they are responsible, for the Province to lead in responding to and addressing the social issues like prevention, mental health, and treatment.
Mode of Education is changing every day and Knowledge management is upcoming field and according to our culture transmitting Knowledge is most pious action of Human being for Holistic development of mankind.
According to Srimad Bhagavad-Gita – Those who see with eyes of knowledge the difference between the body and the knower of the body, and can also understand the process of liberation from bondage in material nature, attain to the supreme goal.
JOLLY PROFESSIONAL LAW CORPORATION – JPLC insisted digital engagement represents a way of broadening audiences, building community capacity and making engagement work. It involves connecting with community stakeholders and delivers new ways to understand, visualize and analyze the nature and scale of many of the most pressing challenges and new opportunities presented to local governments. JPLC is initiating online community engagement platform, and Build community. Through this participation, relationship and database we helps to grow community.
Lao Tsu, taught that all straining, all striving are not only vain but counterproductive. One should endeavor to do nothing. But what does this mean? It means not to literally do nothing, but to discern and follow the natural forces – to follow and shape the flow of events and not to pit oneself against the natural order of things. First and foremost, to be spontaneous in ones actions, he preached, “A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step”.
Awareness’ through Information Role of Media and participation of the people to address the issues to develop the planning and working.
The success or failure of any government in the final analysis must be measured by the well-being of its citizens. Nothing can be more important to a state than its public health; the state's paramount concern should be the health of its people - Franklin Delano Roosevelt
These worlds connect me with the following article, please read this article, give your inputs at any level you feel to contribute to reduce the panic and contributing to strength then the community at this time.
We believe in GLOBAL Healthy Relationship, in fact anything that you want to make a point about at International level for the betterment and benefit of the Society at Universal Level for The Holistic Development.
We are thankful to you for becoming a part of this movement. Let us Come forward and work together and share our experiences. I request to my fellow friend, to motivate like minded friends who are interested and willing to serve the community at holistic level.
We are always here to share my experiences with you and for our orientation also.
With great hopes from the GLOBAL COMMUNITY,
We remain your comrade in arms – JPLC - Stay Safe and Well!
“You're braver than you believe, stronger than you seem and smarter than you think.” ... Winnie the Pooh