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Queen recounts lessons learnt in 2011 on Twitter
By JT - Dec 29,2011 - Last updated at Dec 29,2011
AMMAN — Her Majesty Queen Rania on Thursday said 2011 reminds her that acceptance of others is the climax of civilised behaviour.
In several tweets posted Thursday on her Twitter account, Queen Rania mentioned some lessons learnt in 2011.
“Ultimately, as long as loved ones are healthy/happy, all else manageable. Fret the small stuff, but only just a bit!”
She also noted that “how we raise our children is greatest imprint we leave behind. There’s no one right way, but an open mind is a must.”
Her Majesty added on the social networking website yesterday that investing in teachers is the most important of investments, noting that ensuring the right of all to quality education is the key for reform in any society.
Over 1,800,000 users follow the Queen’s Twitter account.
Wednesday, August 31, marked the birthday of Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah. In the past two years, Her Majesty has directed most of her attention towards ensuring that quality education is available to all children in Jordan and across the world.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Wednesday launched Abdali Boulevard, a JD300 million project, which is part of the $5 billion Abdali project, the largest mixed-use urban development scheme in Amman.
Her Majesty Queen Rania topped a list of regional leaders who are active on Twitter, according to a study conducted by Burson-Marsteller.
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