The Personal Social Responsibility Commitment (PSRC) by the Benita & Catalino Yap Foundation, which promotes making CSR a lifestyle, echoes TDA’s own values. Click to read the Commitment in its entirety.
Individuality isn’t confined just to how responsibility should start on the personal level. Growing or developing others is also on an individual basis – precisely because we are individuals. Social change should take this very seriously, as not doing so would cause more harm than good.
Did you know that it also constitutes social responsibility to take physical care of your money’s bill denominations? Even a mild defacing of them will render them invalid, and thus needed to be destroyed, and thus needed to be reproduced, thereby ultimately adding financial and environmental costs to society just to keep the fiscal system running smoothly.
Creativity and passion for goodness come together and get multiplied with a community all clamoring for a brighter future for all – and our planet. Very much in line with what TDA stands for – here is MUNI.
As we prepare to celebrate the Philippine Independence Day, we have for this week’s Word a word that when taken seriously has a much deeper meaning in the realm of being conscious or mindful. This week’s Word is “Citizenship”.
An urgent call to save the world – for time is limited – doesn’t mean it’s all high stress levels, seriousness, and complete focus on world-saving. We’re also encouraged and reminded to have fun at the same time by this 2008 hit song by Madonna.
Last week, we talked about enlightenment. This week, we talk about the substance of enlightenment, one that is unique to each and every one of us – and thus what we are obliged to share with others. This week’s Word is “wisdom”.
This week, we cover a word that I think is needed in its true form especially in this present day. We need it that we can truly realize truths about ourselves and the world around us. This week’s Word is “enlighten”.
Haste: A Haiku.
We’ve all been late for something at least once. Tardiness is actually not living out consciousness and responsibility because it wastes time and ruins schedules – of both the other parties and the tardy party. Here are four suggestions to be more punctual.