The POS system or Point Of Sale system is used in a wide variety of business establishments.They can be found in restaurants, supermarkets, departmental stores, book stores, petrol stations, and, etc. They are used to key-in order and record down items that are sold. This system will then be use to calculate totals and print out receipts to the intended customers. At the end of the day, the POS system will produce earning reports for the management.
This is so true. Read on…
The dictionary defines integrity in terms of soundness of moral character, adherence to ethical principles and being unimpaired. Its Middle English root is related to integrate (to bring together as a whole) and integral (complete and whole). These references to wholeness rightly suggest that integrity affects all aspects of our lives, which is why it is like a healthy investment portfolio filled with blue chip stocks such as honesty, fairness and loyalty.
Integrity that strengthens an inner value system is the real human bottom line. It means that you don’t base your decisions simply on being politically correct. You do what’s right, not what’s fashionable. You know that truth is absolute, not a device for manipulating others. And it’s not just in the major decisions that this quality is needed.
Do not answer a fool according to his own folly lest you be like him. Answer a fool according to his folly lest he be wise in his own eyes. Proverbs 26:4-5.
To be wise in your own eyes is not a compliment but a warning. Certainly for parents it is a warning that our actions may lead the fool or naïve ones (our children) to think themselves wise in their own eyes. That is, they think they posses a type of self-sufficient wisdom that they do not posses. Do you have a child who acts in his or her own eyes?
The following article written by Nancy Campbell founder of Above Rubies. When I read this article, I got a hit on my head.
There are two things that seem to be fading from society whistling men and smiling mothers. Is it the stress of our busy lives that rob us of these two ingredients that fill homes with happiness? It is rare to hear men whistling today. Mothers’ smiles are also disappearing. I see so many sad, depressed and hang-dog faces on mothers and this is an age of smaller families! Do we need to slow down to find time to smile again? To take time to smile at our children.
Author: Emily Watson
The art of creativity is vital in the development of children. Yes it is fun for children, but it also helps them to develop a variety of ideas and concepts about the world around them. The act of creativity helps all children communicate their inner thoughts and feelings by expressing these thoughts and emotions in visual and auditory ways. Creativity can be engaged in a variety of ways. Children love to sing, create, move, and think is new and inventive ways and it is our job as parents and educators to help encourage the many expressions of creativity.
Benefits of Creativity Development
Creativity encourages a child to express him or herself and to understand the freedom involved in committing to a project they are in the process of creating. Creativity development provides a child a sense of ownership in their creation and fosters mental growth by encouraging the child to try new things, new ideas, new ways of thinking, and problem solving. As a child creates, it gives us the opportunity to celebrate the child’s uniqueness and sense of self.
Way to Encourage Creativity
It is not hard at all to encourage creativity in our children. With a little planning, thought, and a fun spirit, you can help blossom your child’s creativity and help them enter a world of unique expression and FUN!
Encourage Creativity Tip #1: Schedule it!
Set aside time each and every day for some sort of creative expression for your child. Let’s face it: life is busy with children and unless we make a conscience effort to do something, it may never get done! Put together a schedule where you can see it everyday and make sure your child is engaging in a creative activity each day.
Encourage Creativity Tip #2: Plan it!
Really work on providing one scheduled creative activity each day. There are hundreds of books out there that provide ideas for art projects and other creative activities for children that you can pull from. I have a book that provides all sorts of ideas for toys to make from items found around the home. Each night, I look forward to curling up with this little book and choosing a fun activity my children and I will enjoy together the next day.
Encourage Creativity Tip #3: Need some ideas?
First, take into consideration your child; their age, attention span, likes, dislikes, personality, etc. Tailor your scheduled activities around your child interests and you can’t go wrong! Some ideas my children enjoy are: playing dress-up, Playdoh, building blocks, coloring, pudding painting, and finger paints, dancing to fun music, creating music with household items.
Encourage Creativity Tip #4: Join in!
It is rather easy and FUN to encourage creativity in children. What is fun as adults is to relax our own mind and enter the world of our child and see how their mind creates and perceives the world around them. It’s not hard to get your child excited about a variety of activities, especially when you’ve channeled your silly side and joined in on the fun!
It really is hard work being a parent. Once we factor in things like health, raising children the right way, education, nutrition, clubs, sports and other activities – not to mention a balanced family life – it can become exhausting to even think about it all. Read more…
Taken from “Let This Mind Be In You” book by Francis Hunter