Happy 2019 – Do You Believe In Karma?

January 8, 2019

The beginning of a new year offers something we all crave: a sense of possibility, of starting afresh. What do you want your life to look like? Much better: wouldn't be great to make your resolutions about improving others' lives?

 

Everything is possible in 2019! The most popular New Year's resolutions are to lose weight (typical), getting organised, spending less money or learning something new.

 

I believe in karma; be grateful, act with love, check your motives, watch your attitude, forgive... Sooner or later the good things will come back your way...

 

Making New Year's resolutions about helping and improving others' lives is easier and grateful and believe it or not, you will always learn a new thing.

 

Let me give you an idea; Here at Deaf Umbrella, we have put all our efforts on develop accessible information and make easier deaf people' lives.

 

The Deaf Awareness Taster Session is a perfect first step on your way to make easier deaf people' lives, empower you to break down barriers and introduce you to Deaf Culture.

If you have a deaf employee, colleague, student, please give it a thought and figure out how much better your relationship will be.

 

 

 

 

Contact us for more information or extend your knowledge with full

Deaf Awareness Training

https://www.deafumbrella.com/deaf-awareness-training

Join us on FacebookInstagramTwitter and don't miss our Deaf Umbrella TV YouTube channel!!

 

Connect with us on LinkedIn now.

 

 

Please reload

  • Facebook - Black Circle
  • Twitter - Black Circle
  • Instagram - Black Circle
  • YouTube Social  Icon
Deaf news by deaf umbrella

Deafclub.co.uk is a continually updated source of news for the deaf and hard of hearing.

TESTIMONIAL: 

@aminyasminLtd: "This is a great and exciting portal"

banner anuncio blog.png

By clicking "Subscribe", you agree to have read the Terms & Conditions of use and Privacy Policy

Awarded top 50 deaf blog, youtube, channel, British Sign Language Interpreters Deaf Support London and South East

Christmas Jumper Day

Equipment