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Become a better person. Helping yourself and others by understanding and controlling your own mind.

Become a better person. Helping yourself and others by understanding and controlling your own mind.

In the words of Jose Silva: by helping humanity, you are also helping yourself, as you, too, are part of mankind. This view of life should encourage us to help every being to be creative, successful and happy. But it is important to perceive things this way if one only uses the left – objective – hemisphere of the brain at the beta level. At this physical beta level, it appears that if someone else gets something, then you cannot have it. But when you reach that higher alpha level, you realise that the more you give, the more you get. Giving is what is rewarding, not just taking.

PEACE TALKS BETWEEN THE SUDANESE GOVERNMENT AND DARFUR REBELS

The Geneva's Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue will organise negotiations between rebel groups in Darfur and the Sudanese government in order to provide access of the humanitarian aid to civilian population to those areas in Darfur which have been inaccessible to foreigners since 2003 due to the war in this Sudanese province. The first meeting where the senior humanitarian adviser of the HD Centre, Dennis McNamara, and the humanitarian coordinator of the leading JEM resistance group (Justice and Equality Movement), Suleiman Jamous, will negotiate for the list of representatives of other rebel groups will be held tomorrow on 11th of June in a villa at the Lake of Geneva.

THE PASSIVITY OF THE EU TOWARDS DARFUR MAY STRONGLY AVENGE ON ITSELF

Brussels – Ivo Vajgl hosted in the European Parliament in Strasbourg the peacekeepers Tomo Križnar and Suleiman Jamous who warned the EU not to hold folded arms any longer with regard to burning problems in Darfur. “We have to stop toasting with champagne and acting like crazy hens but do something for the humanity," called Križnar.

KRIŽNAR AND JAMOUS WITHIN THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT ON DARFUR AND EXPECTATIONS OF THE ENGAGEMENT OF THE EUROPEAN UNION

“The testifying by Suleiman Jamous and Tomo Križnar before the members of the European Parliament have unfortunately disclosed that current peace negotiations and the recent election in Sudan which were anything but democratic raise only little hope that things will take a turn for the better soon. Nonetheless or even because of that it is necessary for us to provide a reinforced engagement,”declared Vajgl after today’s talks in Strasbourg.