A crash course in changing the world.
lets put this in prospective. in my country (South Africa) there are currently between 43-50 million people, this is a large number in any perspective, but let me shock you now. in lectures today i learned a shocking truth! of the vast amount of people we have only around 11% of people who own a computer and around 10.5% who access the internet. this is scary simply because we take something like this for granted! we dont think about how privalleged…Continue
Posted on March 5, 2010 at 9:46pm — 11 Comments
to often especially in countries such as my own there is a dominant order where women are treated like rubbish. are we as men not mature enough to see them as our equals? sure you might say they are but do you really mean it? domestic disputes within households are growing and it is my personal veiw (which you may not share) that it is as a result of equality,as well as cultural rankings where males are superior. i love and respect my girlfriend, il…Continue
Posted on March 4, 2010 at 6:00pm — 6 Comments
two years ago i attended a summer camp which had the theme of: what love will do... yes it was a christian camp but i think we could relate the theme to what all of us who are evoking are trying to do. if we didnt care we wouldnt be here, if we didn't have a passion for what we were doing, we wouldn't be here. but most importantly if we didn't love we wouldn't be here. WHAT LOVE WILL DO! all 7000 evoke agents are doing what they…Continue
Posted on March 4, 2010 at 5:33pm — 10 Comments
so the year is 2020 and much has changed since 2010. 10 wh*** years have passed since i signed up to become a social inovator and the question of what have i done?, arises. this year, 2020, is a year where all people are needed to tackle social problems in tokyo and the rest of the world. fortunatly for me becoming a chartered accountant as well as becoming an evoke agent, i took it upon myself to teach people when they were growing up of their part in society.
the improved education…Continue
Posted on March 3, 2010 at 12:30pm — 16 Comments