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Bongumusa's Blog – March 2010 Archive (8)



We talk a lot about change, but where does the power to change come from? I can tell you this, it is not from your mind. Your mind only knows what it has been conditioned to believe. In order to make permanent and lasting change, you must know the source of your true power.

You must know, not just believe, that you are a source energy in a physical body and that the source energy part of you remains in…


Added by Bongumusa on March 31, 2010 at 8:14pm — 4 Comments



As I take a challenge, I see my life being more difficult, why?

I am trying to improve my life but I get a lot negative thoughts, why?

Did I make a mistake by being part of group, why?

Is it about me, or about my country?…


Added by Bongumusa on March 29, 2010 at 10:19pm — 12 Comments



Dams help manage water-A critical Resource

.Water is a critical resource.Without it, life could not exist and people could not survive. For more than 5000 years, dams have provided people with a reliable source of the water they needed to live. Dams have enabled to collect and store water when it is plentiful and then use it during DRY periods. Dams have been essential in the…


Added by Bongumusa on March 28, 2010 at 1:02am — 5 Comments



Once again, we have been crying about about water shortages in South Africa. Economically, water is classified as an essential need-meaning-that it is something that we can live without. I still remember the story of a Frog which was tryind to access water. It took the Frog long days, hours and a lot of sacrifice to get water. As soon as the frog get water, it drunk as if…


Added by Bongumusa on March 27, 2010 at 5:19pm — 7 Comments

Decision Makers

Barrack OBama signing paper agreement.

I am a South African, but I am so impressed with OBama's decision making. They are straightforward and conatins truth. He seems to be a good teamworker and a great leader. I know that he can make mistakes somewhere, but I think his excellency is real. I hope that African Leaders can learn and ask advices from leaders…


Added by Bongumusa on March 24, 2010 at 9:31am — 5 Comments


Green House

A GreenHouse Gas Reduction

A still increasing share of our development,evaluation and benchmarking activities relates to more sustainable production and greenhouse gas reduction. In the field of gas reduction our involvement focuses on the development and Techno-economic evaluation of CO2 capture technologies and Biofuels and bio-based chemical processes.…


Added by Bongumusa on March 20, 2010 at 8:08pm — 3 Comments

Power House

South Africa has the big problem regarding Power and Elecrticty. But we have more resources which can be use to generate Electricity e.g. Coal. We have three Pronvinces which produces Coal,Mpumalanga,Gauteng [limitations],North West and Limpopo. Currently,the state…


Added by Bongumusa on March 20, 2010 at 5:21pm — 4 Comments



What can you do with all the free time you have on your hands?

What is your Social responsibity towards the community at large?

Getting involved with a charity is always a good way to start.

What does statistics say?…


Added by Bongumusa on March 18, 2010 at 2:11pm — 26 Comments

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