Smile: A tribute for International Happiness Day 2018
You are unlikely to ever meet any person who is not interested in being happy. Yet for some reason, few of us intentionally and deliberately seek happiness or create it for those around us. Could it be because we all have a different understanding of what happiness is and how we can attain it?
The United Nations Organisation has declared 20 March, International Day of Happiness and this year’s theme is Share Happiness, focusing on the importance of relationships, kindness and helping one another.
Let us create a happier world together!
Sr Katleho Khang SNJMDip. Mass Communications (NUL); P.D.M.M. (Rhodes); B.A. Theatre & Film (Winnipeg); B.A. Conflict Resolution (Menno Simons College)
Katleho Khang, is a member of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary. She graduated from University of Lesotho with a Diploma in Mass Communication in 2009, double major B.A. in Theatre & Film and Conflict Resolution Studies, from University of Winnipeg, Canada in 2014, and trained in Coaching and Mediation Skills at Menno Simmons College, Winnipeg, Canada. Sr. Katleho completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Media Management at Sol Plaatje Institute for Media Leadership at Rhodes University in 2015, and currently training in Spiritual Direction at the Jesuit School of Spirituality in South Africa. Katleho has a passion for social justice and women issues. She attended summits at the United Nations, New York City, on Sustainable Development 13 in 2004, and on Women Status in 2017. She worked in the NGO sector and served on SNJM Justice and Peace Network as Liaison officer. She also worked for the Lesotho Catholic Bishops’ Conference as a Communication officer. In her spare time, Sr. Katleho enjoys reading, watching documentaries and photography.
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