Life's Abundances

Atualizado: 7 de nov.

Realizing people have no limitations created an urge in John Levy to seek better performance, both in health and financial wealth. He’s happy to tell you that he participated in several live seminars to that effect in 2007 in the heart of London’s financial district and the Isle of Guernsey. Since then, his life has been blessed, as it has enabled him to grow beyond his mediocre life of filling shelves at a local supermarket.

There are no boundaries to what we can achieve. Neil Armstrong was the first man to land on the moon in 1969 which was one giant leap for mankind. In 1503, Leonardo Da Vinci painted the Mona Lisa, a work of art that has captured the imagination of humanity. The mysterious smile, the penetrating eyes, and the air of mystique surrounding the Mona Lisa cannot easily be explained, but it is more than just a supreme example of Renaissance art, it encapsulates a unique spirit.


Genghis Khan was best known for unifying the Mongolian steppe under a massive empire that was able to challenge the powerful Jin dynasty in China and capture territory as far west as the Caspian Sea. Genghis Khan is regarded as one of the greatest military leaders the world has ever known. He conquered more than twice as much land as any other person in history. Many of these leadership lessons can be directly applied to business today. He had great physical strength, tenacity of purpose, and an unbreakable will. He was not obstinate and would listen to advice from others, including his wives and mother. He was flexible.


Democracy gives everyone the right to participate in how they are governed. One definition of democracy is ‘Government of the people, by the people and for the people.’ Democracy has removed absolute power from tyrants, oligarchs and dictators. Democracy evolved over the centuries, from experiments in direct democracy in Ancient Greece to universal suffrage in the Twentieth Century.


The United Nations is a global body aiming to secure international friendship and cooperation in the pursuit of human rights, democracy and world peace. Its predecessor, the League of Nations, was born out of the devastation of the First World War. The United Nations was founded in 1945 at the end of the Second World War. Outwardly, the UN may have many imperfections, but it still remains a globally important body for the promotion of the ideals of a oneness-world.


When we analyze peoples’ pasts, we are fortunate to learn about the great accomplishments they have achieved. It encourages us to be better at whatever it is we are doing. It shoots us forward to outgrow and conquer new heights. Trust in your ability to reach the stars!


Take care!

Prof. Carl Boniface


Vocabulary builder:

Blessed (adj) holy, sacred, sanctified, hallowed, consecrated, set apart, (ant) profane, or welcome (adj) providential, lucky, fortunate, pleasant, happy, (ant) unfortunate.

Enabled (v) allow, permit, empower, qualify, aid, assist, support, facilitate, authorize, make possible, (ant) prevent

Steppe (n) = a large area of flat unforested grassland in southeastern Europe or Siberia (syn) prairieland, prairie, grassland, savannah

Unbreakable will = Something that can't be shattered, cracked, or easily destroyed is unbreakable. If your new cellphone is truly unbreakable, it will hold up no matter how many times you drop it on the floor.

Suffrage (n) = the right to vote in political elections, right to vote

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