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100% of your donations go directly to Lucky Peter.

Lucky Peter is a student from Tanzania who needs $250 by January 15, 2021 to fund his education.

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Lucky Peter
I live with my mother, father, sister, brother and grandparents. My mother and father are farmers. My sister and brother do not any work. In my life something that I am proud of is when I complete a problem, I mean by solving it correctly. I experience difficulties when I see my brother and my sister do have no any work and still live in the house of my father and mother. My dream in my life is to be a professional engineer so that I can help my relatives if they do not have work. I will get there by sharing ideas with my friends and other workers who do that kind of work. If I am lucky enough to get that job, I will introduce industry here in Tanzania.

Birthday: 2003

Gender: Male

Favorite Classes: Physics,Chemistry&Mathematics

Favorite Books: Math,Biology,Chemistry&Physics

I Want to Be: Mechanical Engineering

Hobbies: Singing

Family: father, mother, 1 brother, 1 sister, 2 grandmothers

Funding for Form 4 2021:
Tuition, Exams, Uniform   $250

TOTAL   $250
Funding for Form 3 2020: $250
Funding for form 2 2019: $250
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Hi everyone!

My name is Selina and I've recently joined this program. How is everyone doing? Because of the coronavirus, I've been trying out new things at home. So far, I have tried to make homemade ice cream but it didn't work out. How about you guys? What have you been doing at home?

-Selina
Hello Everyone,
I hope this post finds you safe and healthy! I heard many of your schools are closed due to Coronavirus. It is not easy to stay at home for a long time and not going out to see friends. We are practicing shelter in place (stay at home) in California for at least two weeks, then our government will decide will to do next. While we have more time to be with our family, social isolation could also cause some issues such as depressions and anxiety. So it is essential to keep yourself busy each day. Maybe you can set a schedule for yourself now that school is out. Students tend to sleep late and get up late when there is no set schedule. You can allocate certain number of hours each day to do your school work or do some self learning. Make sure you exercise each day to keep you healthy both physically and mentally. This is also a great time to help your parents with house chores or learn how to cook a new dish. In my family, after we finish our work/study each day, we play board games, watch a movie together or do puzzles. In the first week of lock down, we have finished a 1500 piece jigsaw puzzle. I hope you all do your part to keep social distance and beat Coronavirus.
Please take care,
Grace
Hellow everyone,
My name us Martin Revelian, from Klerruu secondary school.
Today I would like to share with you about only one important thing on how to become a successful student.
MAKE A STUDY SCHEDULE/PLAN.
When making a study schedule, look at your planner and think about what needs to be accomplished. Think about the types of questions that will be on the test and the topics that will be covered so you know what you should focus on. Set specific goals for each study session, like how many topics you will cover by the end of the session.
That is what I like to share with you today!!!!
Your sincerely
Martin Revelian.
Hello Everyone,
I hope you are doing well! Here in the U.S., our president has declared national emergency last Friday (Mar 13th). People start to panic and go to shopping to store food and toilet paper, etc. Many schools including my children's are closed for four weeks and most of the gyms, movie theaters and restaurants are closed. I hope you are fine and your country does not get much Corona Virus. Please wash your hands often and don't touch your face with your hands. Cover your mouth with your elbow when you cough. Eat vitamin C rich food. Don't panic and stay calm. I believe this crisis shall pass and let us help each other during this very difficult time.
Take care,
Grace
Hello All,

Today I would like to share with you about happiness.
The following points can be used as daily reminders to live and enjoy the Free Happiness that is your birthright.

1. Look for happiness in the right place.
We spend most of our time looking for happiness in all the wrong places. If you simply look within, you can discover the source of unlimited happiness now. Also, if you examine those things that you think make you happy, I think you will find this pattern inside. When you satisfy a particular desire, even temporarily, your mind gets quieter and the happiness that is your natural state is able to shine through a little more. If you allow yourself to catch this process as it unfolds inside of you, you will learn to take happiness directly from it's source within you and you will enjoy everything that you have or do more fully.

2. Stop rushing past life.
Have the attitude of, "I have all the time in the world," even when working on a deadline. You will not only feel happier but you will get things done more easily and quickly. If you catch yourself rushing, simply let go of pushing yourself as best you can and allow yourself to take one step or one action at a time.

3. Let go!
This is the core of the Method! Most of us spend way too much time holding onto what was. If you let go of what was, and stop dragging it into the present or projecting it into the future, you can enjoy what is now.

4. Accept what is.
When we want to change what is, we suffer. If you just let go of wanting to change what is as best you can, even for a moment, you are immediately happier. Plus, you no longer have to hold onto your problems in order to change them, and they often change or clear up all by themselves.

5. Give from your heart.
The giver is truly blessed. Whenever you give without wanting anything in return, even if it is just an understanding ear, you are instantly happier. The key is in not expecting to get anything from giving. If you want to get something back, you are not truly giving and you miss the blessing of happiness that true giving brings.

6. Give love instead of trying to get it.
If you look for others to give you love, you will often be unhappy. However, if you allow yourself to be as loving as you can for no reason at all, you will instantly feel happier. As Lester Levenson used to say, "Love, love, love and you will always be happy."

7. Be present with what is.
If you are simply present with whatever you are experiencing now, as opposed to what was or what might be, you will find there is no end to your happiness. As best you can, take breaks from trying to assign meaning and a history to the sounds, sensations and pictures that arise in your awareness. Another way to say this is to welcome whatever arises in your consciousness as best you can.

8. Live life wide open.
Even if there are supposed threats around you, when you close off from your environment, you are only locking in suffering and holding away happiness. The more you simply open inside you let the pain you already have out and you become transparent to the pain that appears to be coming from outside of you. When you are truly open the pain can't stick to you.

9. Pick agreements.
If you look for things to agree with just as they are, you can find them, even at your darkest hour. Every time you pick an agreement with what is in your experience, you experience more happiness.

10. Expand your awareness.
As you expand your awareness, you expand your ability to feel happy. You can do this quite simply by allowing your awareness to be as contracted as it is and as expanded as it is. The more you embrace both sides, the more you can recognize the vastness that is your basic nature.

11. Accept the possibility of Happiness now.
Most of us are waiting for something to change in order to give us an excuse to be happy. If we decide it is possible to be happy, whether or not that something ever changes, we can become happy now.
I recommend that you print this email so that you can have these principles available for you to work with on a daily basis. I hope you enjoy working with these simple principles. I promise that if you allow yourself to be open to exploring any one of them, you will find yourself with a smile on your face, happy to be alive here and now.
Dear Ebenezer Students,

Welcome back to school. I hope you are all settling into your school routine, again. Study hard everyday, so you do not fall behind.

Please write in your journals, so we know how you are doing. I always enjoy hearing from you, it makes me happy.

Remember we are here to help you. If you have questions or problems, talk to your teachers, other students or write to me. We all want you to be successful and achieve your dreams.

All is well here in California. We are enjoying a beautiful, sunny day. We are experiencing a mild winter, without much rain.

Stay healthy and happy and study hard so your dreams come true.

Warm Regards,

Susan
Dear Students,

Happy New Year! I wish you and your family a Happy and Healthy New Year. I am very proud of each of you knowing that you have worked hard to achieve academic success despite difficult circumstances.
At the beginning of every year, I make a list of resolutions to help me become a productive and better person. I’d like to share with you three of my favorites. I hope you like them and perhaps you might even use them as your own resolutions for 2020! Here they are:
1) Respect other people’s opinions even when they differ from your own.

It’s rare that two people agree on most topics. Conflict is everywhere. It happens at work, home, with family and friends. Disagreeing isn’t the problem (although most people think it is). The problem is failing to value the opinions of others.

2) Experience The Joy Of Learning
Each time you learn something new you gain more knowledge and with more knowledge comes more confidence. Learning helps us become more adaptable and flexible to new situations. Learning encourages us to be more creative and innovative in our thinking and we are therefore more comfortable with the unknown.
Reading books is a great way for us to learn. To fully embrace the joy of learning, never stop reading and searching for more knowledge.

3) Touch someone’s soul with your kindness
Random Acts of Kindness. It’s the little things in life that matter most. For example: Hold a door or smile at people. Kindness does not cost much and it touches the soul of another person.

Study hard and make your dreams come true. Have a fantastic 2020!
All the best,

Jonathan Gilbert
Hello,
It is another time since we communicated, hopeful you are fine and alright to my side I am very fine and I am so glad to post this journal to you members to share with you about the importance of TSF. First of all, this program is very good to us because it is very beneficiaries to us and our parents and It has been our right for us to have the direction where to go I really appreciate your kindness.
Best regards,
Lucky nyudike.
Hello ,
its another time and chance for i to write this journal to you again to share with you, i hope that you are fine and alright for i i am very fine and alright and i have been good all the time. i have written this journal to you again to share with you about how i spend my holy day at home, first of all when i went at home i was so pleased with my parents condition and i enjoyed much to be with my parents because they tought me on the procedures of farming because it was the time of cultivation, all in all i learned much.
best regards,
lucky nyudike.
Dear Students,

Happy New Year 2020~ I'm wishing all of you and your families a very happy, healthy and peaceful New Year. The New Year is a good time to think about your goals, hopes, dreams and blessings.

I hope all of you enjoyed your break and spent some quality time with your family and friends.

I try to make a list of goals that i wish to accomplish throughout the coming year.

Best wishes for a successful new school year. Stay well, study hard and listen to your teachers. Remember to treat yourself and others with kindness and respect.

Best Regards,

Susan
I would like to ask you to tell me what is your major accomplishment during your break. What is the proudest thing you did you would like to share with us?
Good luck with your new school year. I want to let you know when you reach your goal and successful. Please don't forget to help all other students who need your help to reach their dream. To see you help out all the member of TSFTZ family will be the best rewqrd for me
Dear student,

Dear student,
I hope you will work at your club this year at your school.I have asked each school representative to give 100,000 TSH for your club. I would like to see how are you going to use the money for your club.The club President, secretary, and treasure need to figure out the projects you would like to do and how much budget need for each project. I would like to see your spreadsheet on how you manage your budget. If you have any questions you always could write to me or ask either Mr. Amos or Mr. Paulo.
Good luck with your new venture. End of school we could have competition on how each school accomplishes with their club.
Dear student,

Welcome back to school. I just want to say hello to you. Remember we are thinking about you. I hope this new year you set a new goal, you would like to achieve.

Meanwhile, remember to read as much as you can. Most of the knowledge you learn is from reading.  Write a couple of sentences a day.  It is nice at the end of the day to think about what you have accomplished.  It is a very good skill you should have. If you have good writing skills, it will benefit you all your life.

My friend wrote an entry to a student journal.  I thought it is so great, I would like to share it with you.  I hope we could work on these three things to make each of us a better person:

1. Respect other people's opinions even they are different from your own.
2. Experience the joy of learning
3. Touch someone's soul with your kindness.
Dear Students,

Happy New Year! I wish you and your family a Happy and Healthy New Year. I am very proud of each of you knowing that you have worked hard to achieve academic success despite difficult circumstances.

At the beginning of every year, I make a list of resolutions to help me become a productive and better person. I’d like to share with you three of my favorites. I hope you like them and perhaps you might even use them as your own resolutions for 2020! Here they are:
1) Respect other people’s opinions even when they differ from your own.

It’s rare that two people agree on most topics. Conflict is everywhere. It happens at work, home, with family and friends. Disagreeing isn’t the problem (although most people think it is). The problem is failing to value the opinions of others.

2) Experience The Joy Of Learning
Each time you learn something new you gain more knowledge and with more knowledge comes more confidence. Learning helps us become more adaptable and flexible to new situations. Learning encourages us to be more creative and innovative in our thinking and we are therefore more comfortable with the unknown.
Reading books is a great way for us to learn. To fully embrace the joy of learning, never stop reading and searching for more knowledge.

3) Touch someone’s soul with your kindness
Random Acts of Kindness. It’s the little things in life that matter most. For example: Hold a door or smile at people. Kindness does not cost much and it touches the soul of another person.

Study hard and make your dreams come true. Have a fantastic 2020!

All the best,

Jonathan Gilbert
Dear Students,
I hope you are all enjoying your break from Ebenezer school and visiting with your family and friends.
We just celebrated Thanksgiving which is a national holiday for the United States. This is when families and friends have a delicious meal and give thanks for our many blessings during the past year. This celebration is modeled after the Pilgrims harvest feast in 1621.
Stay well and remember to continue to read, study and write in your journals.
Best Regards,
Susan
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