Moments that Matter Most

Even if you don’t believe in God this video is worth watching:



About alby59

Alberto has a 25-year plus career in Local Government which began as City Manager in Italy. He currently serves as Chief Administrative Officer for the District of Lake Country in beautiful Central Okanagan BC. In addition, Alberto is Adjunct Professor to the Political Science Department of the University of Northern British Columbia and teaches a variety of local government related courses. He has developed a series of lectures on Leadership and Ethics and is designing a Project Management course aimed at Local Government and public sector practitioners. Very active in both his professional and academic life, Alberto has served as President of the Local Government Management Association of BC and the Association of Records Management Administrators of BC and Yukon. He also served as member of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) Tsunami Recovery Committee for the reconstruction of communities and local governments in Sri Lanka and Indonesia hit by the 2004 Tsunami and managed an FCM capacity building program with the City of San Fernando, La Union in the Philippines while with the Township of Langley. Alberto has earned facilitator certifications with Franklin Covey and Cognitive Edge, and continues to foster his interest in personal education and professional development. He is an avid reader, music lover, and science fiction movie aficionado. He plays guitar and piano for fun and sings with his wife and his children. He is also very active in his church and community being a former Rotarian and currently serving as the Second Counselor in the Thompson Okanagan (Vernon Stake) Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. However, his most important interest is his family: his wife Silvana and their two children Victor and Grace.
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5 Responses to Moments that Matter Most

  1. Sal Velluto says:

    Great video!
    Thanks for posting.

  2. Judi D says:

    In life, above all else, what humans want and need ultimately, is that we mattered – even to just one person. Often what might appear to be the smallest of gestures, has the greatest impact on our hearts and our souls. When my father passed away back East several years ago, a friend from high school whom I have seen only once since high school, drove in a blinding winter storm from the Laurentians to Montreal ………. so that I would not be alone ………. it didnt occur to her not to do it; a relatively small gesture on her part perhaps. To me, it was and will always remain the most cherished and profound gift I have ever received in my life.

  3. Cesare Quarinto says:

    Lovely !! I’ll share it on Facebook.

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