The Concluding Summary: A Vision for an Ongoing Trendsetting Community for A More Relevant and Resilient Globalized Village

  • By Julius Chan

    Qualification : Peer Support Specialist

    Monday May 14 2018 12:25 PM Comments 0

    Many times in our life, we might fall down, and when we are down, often times it may feel like we do not have the strength to get back up. Especially when we fall face down, and it seems impossible to get back up again. In this inspiring short video, Nick Vujicic shows us how important it is to have hope to keep trying, because it matters how we are going to finish. If we are going to finish strong, then we will find that strength to get back up again, to rebuild our lives, and to set trends in our community.

    And that is what our concluding summary is about. The objective is to go forth to establish an ongoing trend of the community vision of a globalized resilient village, to develop an international influence of a self-contained community within a city that is able to recover quickly from difficult conditions.

    To achieve that, it is important to have a good overview of the Mental Health System, including the services and programmes available by mental health service providers so we can continue our resilience processes and journey, and through that, achieve personal actualization and become a contributing member of a global resilient village. This will also help us acquire personal and global worldview avenues, allowing us to set trends in various communities in our local living context, thus instilling a universal inclusive mechanism.

    Details of the online workshop on this topic and others are at the link below. We encourage you to join and benefit from these sessions.

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