“Successful people are the ones who are contributing to make the world an excellent place. On their part, those who fail, or are finding it hard to realize their dreams, are at the forefront of the destruction of the world. This implies that inspiring, motivating, encouraging and helping people succeed is a way of indirectly building an excellent world.” (Romilia Quotes)
“Our dream, to help people know true success is a way to empower them to be an asset to themselves and the world.” (Romilia Quotes)
“Our vision is a world where everybody succeeds and is happy and enjoys the world. This is our fairytale.” (Romilia Quotes)
If everybody truly succeeds,
There will be no reason for conflicts in the world.
If everybody truly succeeds,
There will be no reason for wars;
If everybody truly succeeds,
The world will be an excellent place.
Therefore, we who dream of an excellent world
Must spare no effort to help people succeed.
Do not be frightened by the immensity of the challenge;
Watch here the Preview of ‘The Love & Freedom New-Topical-Song Concert’ by Michel Montecrossa & Mirakali
Songs from the video: ‘Talking Love & Freedom For All – Über Liebe & Freiheit Für Alle Singen‘, ‘Lovesong‘, ‘Talking Lines Of Fire‘, ‘Wahre Liebe‘, ‘Looking Forward‘, ‘All On Fire‘, ‘Unforeseen You‘, ‘With Love And Freedom Into The Future‘, ‘Hope‘, ‘I Have A Vision‘, ‘Die Schönen Bilder, Die Im Herzen Wohnen – The Beautiful Visions Living In The Heart‘ and ‘The Place Of The Free‘
Listen to 3 songs from the Concert:
Visit this year’s Mirapuri World Literature Fest from 28th October – 30th October 2016 in Mirapuri-Coiromonte, Italy: book fair, Live-Concert with Michel Montecrossa and his band The Chosen Few, screenings, meditation at the Miravinci, and more, contact here)
My belief is if the world has about 7 billion inhabitants,
It cannot lack 4 billion who are peace-loving;
And who want to live happily and in peace with others;
My belief is there are more good people in the world
Than evil people;
My belief is although evil seems to prevail in the world;
Actually there is more good than evil in the world;
My belief is the world is a good world not an evil world.
My belief is if the good people of the world band together,
To fight for good, they will overcome evil in the world.
My belief is if we start to bring the good people of the world
Together, one by one, in the next one hundred years, or so,
The world will have an ocean of good people who share
A common vision, working together for an excellent world;
Our dream thus is to bring as many good people as we can
Together to combine their efforts in view of making
The world an excellent place for everybody to enjoy;
By excellent world I mean a world void of wars, terrorism,
Shootings, hunger, poverty, suffering, and what have you?
Just as little drops of water make a mighty ocean,
Little drops of good daily will make a mighty ocean of good;
Do you share or buy our vision of an excellent world?
Are you ready to join our daily crusade for an excellent world?
Our doors are open to welcome you.
I have a lofty vision for the world;
A new vision of an excellent world
In which every one lives in peace;
And which every human being enjoys;
I believe in the possibility
Of a world of love and peace;
Where understanding, tolerance
And solidarity reign supreme.
A world in which we are
Each other’s keeper.
Let’s create this world;
A lovely, positive world;
This is my vision for the world.
What is going on in the comment columns on the web? A lot of heart-touching things are being said. Do you take time to read and ponder on the things that are said on your site? There is so much expressed. Take a look at a few comments made on my site and to my comment on other sites:
Hey Ngobesing Romanus, How delightful to have your company here at Dewin’s, Ngobesing, my friend 🙂 It’s wonderful to see you here and read your words of kindness, inspiration, encouragement, and support. And, if I may, I would also like to say how much I have enjoyed your fine company whilst sharing a stretch of road together over the past two weeks or so. I couldn’t have asked for anything more than fellowship and friendship, and in both regards, you have been most generous. There are reasons people meet across time and space, and whilst those reasons may not always be immediately ‘obvious’, the ‘quality’ of their impact is profound. I am very proud to call you my friend. Thank you 🙂 Namaste DN – 23/09/2015
Can we have peace in the world? Yes, we can. I like us to talk peace here. I like us also to talk about you; about me; and about my vision for an excellent world. A lot of things in one post; but they all form one package. It’s a long post, but I deem it necessary.
As I start another year in this world, I am amazed by how this blog has grown within such a short time. We started here in August 2014. Then I imported from blogger without the stats. That is why you will see the date in the archives going back to 2012. I cannot believe where I am because of my late entry into ICT and social media.
I fully enjoyed the last one year on this blog, doing what I did. I loved every single minute I spent blogging. It was thrilling, exciting, enjoyable, fulfilling. I have special love for people. I like to see everyone happy. Give me a magic wand to wipe out evil from the surface of the earth and let good prevail, and I will dash for it.
My dream is to contribute to make you as successful and as happy as you can be. My heartfelt desire is to pump you up to exploit your potential to the full and soar high in the sky. I go to bed at night and get up in the morning asking myself, “What can I do to help those I meet to become the best persons or the greatest persons that they can be.” This is my call. The is the purpose for which God put me here. I believe everybody will do better with encouragement, inspiration, the right motivation and help including people who are doing extremely well and even better than the person who is doing the motivation or encouragement. That is why I encourage thousands of you reading this whom I know are doing by far better than me. What I want is that you do even better; that you exploit that talent to the full. When you succeed more, the world becomes a little better for everybody. Hence, do not be surprised to hear me tell you to get up and go for your best when you are running far ahead of me. I am just doing my job – what I am here to do. The Pope can win his salvation through a sermon by a priest.
I thank God for granting me the opportunity to do what I am doing. He has offered me many opportunities in the past to do it including social media; and continues to do so.
I thank God for granting me the gift of openness. I say what is in my mind and heart as long as I know it is for good; that it is what He expects of me.
As I start another year after my birthday, may God grant me all the resources I pray for so that I may continue with what I am doing for him through service to you and humanity. If I am not yet able to put a donate button on this site, I like to let you know that your support will be most welcome. I have a message I want to take to the world. What has delayed its take-off is the fact that the financial resources that God has set aside for this purpose have not yet reached me. They are definitely on the way from you or others. May God use you as a channel for this!
This is the message I want to take to the world. I want to tell the world that an excellent world is possible. A world without war is possible. Peace is possible; but we WILL NEVER have peace going about it as we are doing. We must change our method. What will bring us the excellent world we all need is education. What type of education? this is what I want to tell the world. Not the education that we are giving our children and ourselves right away. A new type of education.
My message is nothing new. Thousands of people have talked about what I have to say in various ways. You know it; and have talked about it in one form or the other; but we as a world have not yet been able to rally together around it and embrace it. That is what we absolutely need to embark on. That is what we are embarking on. We need to mobilize the whole world to carry out a reform that will lead to an excellent world. The path which the world is taking today is leading the world to destruction. If it is not changed, the destruction of the world will be inevitable.
I pray you to give careful thought to this vision which I have for the world. God uses who he chooses for his works. He chose a virgin to be a channel for the realization of his salvation plan. He chose Joseph for the role you know. He chose fishermen and many other lowly ones for his mission. He is calling you and I to say yes to Him to use us for this dream to become a reality. That is why he is unveiling this to you now. He is asking you to be at the forefront. He has put you among the first to be informed of this vision because He wants you to play a special role.
I am passionate about this dream. I am sure of one thing: there will be millions of people who will laugh at me as a day dreamer; but that will not deter me. Billions follow what Jesus Christ taught; millions follow what Mohammed taught; millions follow what other great leaders taught, yet not everybody believes them; and their work has not stopped; their teachings have helped the world. I am very confident that billions will go with me. There are billions of excellent people in the world who hunger and thirst for an excellent world and are ready to do whatever they can to rid the world of the so much evil. These are my people. I will go with them and together the miracle will be done. The truth is no matter how passionate I might be about this dream, I can go nowhere with it alone. I need others to succeed. No General, no matter how great they may be can fight and win a war alone. I therefore invite you to come on board. Join me let us rebuild the world. Join me! Let us stop the world from destroying itself. Let us muster the courage of our convictions.
This is my prayer and promise to God as I start to enjoy my gift of another year in this world:
“For the next one year, O Lord;
I promise to do my best
In everything I will do;
I promise to serve you the best way I can
Through the service I will render
To your people in the world.
I promise to do my utmost to educate, inspire,
Encourage, motivate, and help
As many people as I can,
To bring out the best in them;
To realize their full potentials,
As it is in your plan for them;
So that they can offer the best of themselves
We are already moving
As they possibly can do,
To make the world an excellent place
For all to live in and enjoy.
Lord God, may you grant me
The courage of my dreams;
The wisdom and all the other resources
That I need to do what you
Have called me to do for you.
Ngobesing Linda-Claire Neh is a 23-year old young graduate of the Buea University in Cameroon. She is a development agent who picked up her first job less than one week after graduation, despite the scarcity of jobs in the country. The things she stands for, does and dreams to do motivated me to invite her for this discussion. Linda is one of the most inspiring young persons I have met. She speaks with assurance; and seems to know where she is going and how to get there. When she speaks on radio, many people listen knowing she has a message to put across. This young lady with big goals for her life is an asset where she works. I am very elated that she is my first guest on this blog and I know you will be as thrilled by our discussion as I was. Follow the chat: Linda, I am delighted to have you as my first guest on this blog. The pleasure is mine. I feel really honored to be here. You work for a Development organization, what is it called?
I work for a development Non-Governmental Organization known as COMINSUD or Community Initiative for Sustainable Development What position do you hold there?
I am the communications and PR assistant; but I also cross-cut through all other running projects in the organization like Democracy and Empowerment of Women, Land Governance, Water Governance, Food security and Environmental protection. What does your work entail?
The day-to-day management of communications within the organization, ensuring that information is effectively communicated and feedback received to complete the process of communication.I manage the organization’s website and social network sites, updating the most recent happenings related to the organization’s activities and responding to reactions.
I represent the organization at public events including round table discussions on international events, representing and participating in seminars within the city and attending meetings.
I Cross cut through other projects in the organization. In the Democracy and Empowerment of Women funded by Bread for the world Germany, I support Local Governance centers with training on monitoring cases, creating linkages with other institutions, writing and documenting cases. The Governance Network (LOGONET) has over 500 community based change agents in 34 Local Governance Centers. It addresses violation of women’s rights and other human rights, democracy and governance at local level.
I supervise training, assist in preparing for workshops and carry out follow-up activities on projects on Land and Agriculture.
I am the project manager of Eco-kids, an environmental project with 10 schools in the city. I supervise over 300 school children and 10 teachers on the implementation of environmental actions. The project is funded by Dordrecht – Bamenda Foundation Netherlands. You got your present job just one week after graduation. How did this happen at a time when employment is so difficult to come by in the country?
Yes, I got engaged immediately after graduation as a Community Volunteer with VSO Cameroon via the VSO national volunteering program. When the program was launched, I applied just 3 days after graduation but anxious to put my skills to work. A day later, I was convened for interview. Of over 200 applicants, I was among the 15 selected and posted where I work today. You studied Gender and Journalism. Now you are into development. How do the two match?
I earned my undergraduate Double Major degree in women and gender studies and journalism and mass communication. Development journalism has always been top on my agenda ; and I strongly believe that Gender analysis is and should be the most useful tool in any development process. The importance of effective communication cannot be over emphasized. My courses contained very useful elements to facilitate development work. Would you like to share some of the lessons you’ve learned as you go about your work, meeting people: women, men and other developers?
I have learned so many lessons. Each day at work is an opportunity to learn new things and improve my knowledge and skills and how to interact with others. Most importantly, I’ve learned to serve and put service to humanity as a priority in my life. Let’s come back to your studies. What prompted you to do a double major in gender and journalism?
Initially I was never interested in a Double major in Women and gender studies. I was orientated by my parents (that’s you and mum- laughs) who made me see the importance of the course. I wanted to study Journalism being passionate about media. I wanted to minor in gender studies in view of creating a TV show to transform the lives of women in the world. Thanks to your excellent orientation, I took the course fully and it has opened many doors for me and empowered me incredibly. How did your studies shape your thinking to make you what you are today? What are some of the lasting lessons that you learned in the university?
I have become very analytical and like to wear a gender lens to look at anything. I put more effort to edit my writing, pronounce my words, so that these can shine through me and become part of my personal brand and make me known as someone who writes and speaks eloquently. My course in WGS and JMC makes me come across as a professional Gender analyst and media practitioner who doesn’t just look but sees and knows exactly where to start the race and which direction to take. You studied in an all girls school, Our Lady Of Lourdes College. What memories do you have of this institution?
I have the fondest memories of this college where I met the most incredible girls growing up into the world’s most powerful women. They contributed tremendously to build me. This institution gave me a sound Holistic education that has shaped my life. Part of my strength to overcome challenges today is thanks to the challenges that I faced there. Lots of Challenges; which made me strong and gave me reason to fight against all odds to excel. It’s so nice to see my teachers today wearing broad smiles on their faces when they see me; especially when they tell me how proud they are of me. Tell me about your philosophy of life. What is your guiding principle?
Service! Service to the people first! There is nothing I enjoy more than serving people and getting shining results. How did you come about this?
First, as a young girl, I was a Cadet of Mary (Catholic group which models Mary, the mother of Christ and lives her ways). I cannot forget the rule of the Cadet: ‘The Cadet serves others first, self Last’. In our Lady of Lourdes the motto was “to serve with love”. Back at home love is the guiding principle that bonds my family together. We have learned to love one another from seeing my parents’ love each other. Who are some of the people who inspire you, I mean your role models?
I admire lots of women whose success serves as a guide to me; but of all these women, my mother shines out. She is a strong woman. At professional level, two women stand out to me as great women’s rights activist: Hillary Clinton, Oprah Winfrey and Anne Nsang Nkwain (May her gentle soul rest in peace. She just passed on). These women fight with so much passion that has given me reason not to give up on the cause for women’s empowerment. They are my role models. I look up to them. They inspire me. Do you have male role models?
I have a male role model: my father (that’s you – laughs). You bring out the best in me every day of my life with your inspirational messages and soul-searching pieces for reflection. You have lived your purpose so cautiously and passionately and that has given me every reason to find and live my purpose here on earth. Thanks for your kind words. It’s not every daughter who appreciates her parents. Tell me: which are your favorite books?
I am a great reader. The book that gives me all the solutions is the Holy Bible. I also read Motivational books. I have read ‘The Impossible is Possible’ over and over. I am looking forward to owning a copy of “Confident Woman“ by Joyce Meyer.
What are your dreams? I mean your aspiration?
To spend the rest of my life supporting young girls to develop their self-esteem, overcome their challenges, realize their dreams and live up to their potential. I want to see a society where girls everywhere know what they want, go for it with confidence and win. I aspire to build a strong network of girls who support and strengthen each other to overcome the challenges of women’s emancipation. If I find an organization that provides this kind of service to young girls, that is where I would like to work. In addition to providing girls the opportunity to benefit from networking, I would like to provide them with one-on-one matches with mentors to foster self-respect and love, leadership skills, creativity, critical thinking and collaboration. What do you want to be yourself?
I want to be that woman who uses potential to build potential; that woman who transforms the lives of girls all over the world. How else do you plan to realize this dream?
I intend to own a television show which I call ‘Strong women; strong girls platform’. The show will empower young women to think critically about themselves, their identity and their goals, breaking down negative messages fed to them by society. I will enrich them to be stimulants of positive change in their communities. I will interview women in decision-making positions who are potential mentors for young girl.This opportunity will enable young women and girls to understand how the women of the world who have developed new solutions reached the top. My hope is that the lives of girls living in both urban and rural communities can be transformed.
I intend to run multipurpose enrichment centers for girls all over the country. These centers will have 3 departments; a library, a modern computer laboratory and a mentoring department. Strong networks of girls, especially girls in rural communities shall be built and provided one-on-one mentor matches who will mold them.
Would you support a woman to become the president of your country?
I would support a Woman to become whoever they want to become. There is no limit to what a woman should aspire to be. I strongly support women in power and decision-making; and advise that they prioritize and address women’s issues to make the difference. We must go beyond representation to influence. Do you think a woman can be a good leader of your country? If so, what makes you think so?
There are lots of powerful women in my country who can lead the change we believe in. I strongly believe in the potential of women because they have proven their worth. Away from politics, if we look at the number of women who are building communities and changing people’s lives then undoubtedly a woman will do a great Job in this light. At basic education level which is the core to upbringing and subsequently contributing to the kind of society that we want, women are key decision makers as head teachers. More and more women are nurses in hospitals; chairpersons of churches; home managers and what have you? If we put all these together, we will realize that the woman plays a key and significant role in leadership even without being politically appointed or voted. Leadership for them is an in-born quality. If a woman is given the chance to lead, she will make the difference. To me you are a star. That is why I chose you for this interview; and I appreciate that you accepted. Do you have a word for young people who would love to be like you?
I am edified by your compliment. To all young people who look up to me, I have this to say: ‘There is absolutely no limit to what you can achieve, dear girls; but there are equally speed breaks and potholes on the road to success. You are strong enough to overcome all challenges you will face and live your purpose; but it only gets better when you trust God first and then believe in yourself.’ You are wonderful! It was a pleasure talking to you
It was a privilege for me to be your guest. I really count myself blessed. I am highly impressed by your site. It seems to me you are building one of the world’s leading sites. You have inspiring and edifying stuff there. It’s simply amazing.
Ngobesing Linda Neh is a Double Major Gender and Journalism Graduate from Cameroon’s most reputed Buea University. She hails from the English-speaking North West Region of Cameroon. Linda is a writer, talented broadcaster, blogger, developer and motivational speaker, especially on girls and women’s empowerment, violence against women, helping young girls to develop their fullest potentials and make their voices heard. She is the founder and CEO of an NGO known as She Platform with a website @ http://www.sheplatform.org. To contact her send email to: email@example.com or Worldpulse.Com/user/22210.