Sunday, 31 July 2016


A woman who had worked all her life to bring about good was granted one wish, “Before I die let me visit both hell and heaven.” Her wish was granted.

She was whisked off to a great banqueting hall. The tables were piled high with delicious food and drink. Around the tables sat miserable, starving people as wretched as could be.

“Why are they like this?” she asked the angel who accompanied her.

“Look at their arms,” the angel replied.

She looked and saw that attached to the people’s arms were long chopsticks secured above the elbow. Unable to bend their elbows, the people aimed the chopsticks at the food, missed every time and sat hungry, frustrated and miserable.

“Indeed this is hell! Take me away from here!”

She was then whisked off to heaven. Again she found herself in a great banqueting hall with tables piled high. Around the tables sat people laughing, contented, joyful.

“No chopsticks I suppose,” she said.

“Oh yes there are. Look, just as in hell they are long and attached above the elbow but look, here people have learnt to feed one another”.

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Friday, 29 July 2016

The Wolves Within

An old Grandfather, whose grandson came to him with anger at a schoolmate who had done him an injustice, said, "Let me tell you a story. I too, at times, have felt a great hate for those that have taken so much, with no sorrow for what they do. But hate wears you down, and does not hurt your enemy. It is like taking poison and wishing your enemy would die. I have struggled with these feelings many times."

He continued, "It is as if there are two wolves inside me; one is good and does no harm. He lives in harmony with all around him and does not take offense when no offense was intended. He will only fight when it is right to do so, and in the right way."

"But the other wolf, ah! He is full of anger. The littlest thing will set him into a fit of temper. He fights everyone, all the time, for no reason. He cannot think because his anger and hate are so great. It is hard to live with these two wolves inside me, for both of them try to dominate my spirit."

The boy looked intently into his Grandfather's eye and asked, "Which one wins, Grandfather?"

The Grandfather solemnly said, "The one I feed."

Thursday, 28 July 2016

Tiger Woods Lessons for Success

1. Expect to win.
       Know in your heart that you are a winner.

2. Let your expectations show.
       Express no doubts, let your competitors and your friends know  that you have none.

3. Work, practice, work, and practice some more.
       At the top of his field, he can still be seen hitting buckets  of balls until dark - even if he's just won.

4. Dress and act like a winner.
       This is a part of keeping yourself in a winning frame of mind.

5. Have a sense of drama - don't create it but know it when you see  it.
       You don't have to seek out publicity, but know how to accept  and use it when it comes to you.

6. Know that there is always room to grow.
       Being the best does not mean you can't be even better.

7. Hang with the winners.
       They understand the pressures and situations in which you will  find yourself.

8. Put yourself in situations where you are not known as a success.
       May be difficult, but this helps you to stay real.

9. Value and protect your free time and do what you enjoy.
       The discipline of being a winner needs a safety valve from time  to time.

10. Remember those who need help.
       Somewhere, someone helped you - be willing to give back.

Wednesday, 27 July 2016

Sunday, 24 July 2016

Child's Whisper

A child's love is like a whisper,
given in little ways we do not hear
but if you listen closely it will be very clear.

They often do not say it loud but in how they come to you...
Daddy, will you play with me?
Mommy, tie my shoe?

...the many ways they tell you changes as they grow
Dad, I made the team today!
Mom, I've Got to go!

Pop, I need some money
You see there's...this girl at school...
Mama, I met a boy today and wow he is so cool...!

Dad, I've got something to tell you... I think she is the one.
Mom, He asked me to marry him. Would you love him as your son?

Dad, I've got some news for you...
It's gonna be a boy!
Mom, I'm kind of scared of this, yet I'm filled with joy!

A child's love is like a whisper,
given in little ways we do not hear
but if you listen closely it will be very clear.

They often do not say it loud but in how they come to you...
Grandpa, will you play with me?
Grandma, tie my shoe...

It is never ending
A blessing from above
Listen to the whispers of a child's love.

Saturday, 23 July 2016

Old Farmer's Advice

* Your  fences need to be horse-high, pig-tight and bull-strong.

*Keep  skunks and bankers at a Distance.

 *Life is simpler when you plow around the stump.

* A bumble bee is considerably faster than  a John Deere tractor.

 * Words that soak into your ears are  whispered...not yelled.

  * Meanness don't jes' happen overnight.

* Forgive your enemies. It messes up their heads.

*  Do not corner something that you know is meaner than you.

* It  don't take a very big person to carry a Grudge.

* You cannot unsay a cruel word.

* Every path has a few puddles.

* When you wallow with pigs, expect to get dirty.

* The best sermons are lived,  not preached.

* Most of the stuff people worry about ain't never gonna happen anyway.

* Don't judge folks by their relatives.

* Remember that silence is sometimes the best answer.

* Live a good, honorable life. Then when you get older and think back, you'll enjoy it a second time.

* Don't  interfere with somethin' that ain't botherin you none.

* Timing has a lot to do with the outcome of a Rain dance. 

 * If you find yourself in a hole, the first thing to do is stop  diggin'. 

* Sometimes you get, and sometimes you get got.

 * The biggest troublemaker you'll probably ever have to  deal with, watches you from The mirror every mornin'.

 * Always  drink upstream from the herd.

 * Good judgment comes from  experience, and a lotta that comes from bad judgment.

 *  Lettin' the cat outta the bag is a whole lot easier than puttin' it back  in.

* If you get to thinkin' you're a person of some influence,  try orderin' somebody else's dog around.

 * Live simply. Love  generously. Care deeply. Speak kindly. Leave the rest to God.

Friday, 22 July 2016

Perfect Planning Prevents Pathetic Performance

 I found out about this “5P rule” a couple years ago. It makes a lot of sense: How many times has your performance been below expectations simply because there was no proper planning, or because you assumed that others would do what they were supposed to do (but didn’t) and they let you down?
Planning involves thinking ahead. It requires mental effort, imagination, conjecturing, preparation and organization. It sounds hard, but this apparent hardship has a lot more to do with the habit of not planning than with its complexity, per se. The majority of us haven’t developed the habit of planning, only improvising and getting the job done.

Sometimes, we need to improvise. There’s no such thing as perfect situations and we do not always have the time or enough resources to do a proper planning, but when something really matters (and when it comes to our job, almost everything matters), it’s crucial to spend some time planning things from the beginning, so there’s no need for regrets later on.

Try starting any given job or project with planning. Start off early, don’t leave anything for the last minute. The time you think you don’t have for this will be saved later when your performance flows with excellence and without problems.

Save this rule somewhere. Stick it to the wall of your office, the notice board of your business, your refrigerator… Say it out loud to yourself every time you can — until it becomes a part of you.

Perfect Planning Prevents Pathetic Performance.

And, evidently, practice it.

Wednesday, 20 July 2016

The Old Mule in the Well

A parable is told of a farmer who owned an old mule. The mule fell into the farmer's well. The farmer heard the mule 'braying' -or-whatever mules do when they fall into wells. After carefully assessing the situation, the farmer sympathized with the mule, but decided that neither the mule nor the well was worth the trouble of saving. Instead, he called his neighbors together and told them what had happened ...and enlisted them to help haul dirt to bury the old mule in the well and put him out of his misery.

Initially, the old mule was hysterical! But as the farmer and his neighbors continued shoveling and the dirt hit his back ... a thought struck him. It suddenly dawned on him that every time a shovel load of dirt landed on his back, he should shake it off and step up! This he did, blow after blow. "Shake it off and step up...shake it off and step up...shake it off and step up!" He repeated to encourage himself. No matter how painful the blows, or how distressing the situation seemed the old mule fought "panic" and just kept right on shaking it off and stepping up!

It wasn't long before the old mule, battered and exhausted, stepped triumphantly over the wall of that well! What seemed like it would bury him, actually blessed him...all because of the manner in which he handled his adversity. If we face our problems, respond to them positively, and refuse to give in to panic, bitterness, or self-pity, the adversities that come along to bury us usually have within them the potential to benefit and bless us.

May God bless us this week as we, "shake off the shackles and step up out of the wells" in which we find ourselves! "

Monday, 18 July 2016

The Exact Amount Of Time You Should Work Every Day

You know that taking frequent breaks is good for your productivity, focus, and creativity, but you just never seem to get around to it.

You feel stressed and exhausted when you hammer away at your keyboard all day, and the evidence is everywhere. A study earlier this year from the University of Toronto on lunch break patterns of office workers revealed the absence of a proper lunch break can actually lower productivity. John Trougakos, associate professor of Organizational Behavior & HR Management, who coauthored the study, argues our brains have a limited pool of psychological energy.

"All efforts to control behavior, to perform and to focus draw on that pool of psychological energy. Once that energy source is depleted, we become less effective at everything that we do," he says.

Recently, the Draugiem Group, a social networking company, added to this growing body of research. Using the time-tracking productivity app DeskTime, they conducted an experiment to see what habits set their most productive employees apart. What they found was that the 10% of employees with the highest productivity surprisingly didn’t put in longer hours than anyone else. In fact, they didn’t even work full eight-hour days. What they did do was take regular breaks. Specifically, they took 17-minute breaks for every 52 minutes of work.

"The most productive employees didn't work full eight-hour days, and they took 17-minute breaks for every 52 minutes of work. "

"Turns out, the secret to retaining the highest level of productivity over the span of a workday is not working longer—but working smarter with frequent breaks," wrote Julia Gifford in The Muse when she posted the study’s results. Employees with the highest levels of productivity worked for 52 minutes with intense purpose, then rested up, allowing their brains time to rejuvenate and prepare for the next work period.

The Draugiem Group’s study highlights what researchers have been saying for years—that our brains simply weren’t built to focus for eight-full hours a day. "The best way to refresh your focus is to step away and take a break," says productivity expert Cathy Sexton, who says the results of The Draugiem Group’s study aren’t surprising.

What was particularly surprising about the study’s results, however, was what the most productive individuals did during their breaks. "Those 17 minutes were spent completely away from the computer—not checking email, not on YouTube" says Gifford. Taking a walk, chatting with co-workers (not about work), or relaxing reading a book were some common activities the most productive employees did while on break.

While many of us often feel the need to look like we’re working hard and putting in long hours at our desks, Gifford says the study shows managers the importance of ensuring employees know it’s okasy to step away without fear of appearing lazy or unproductive.

Follow these tips to ensure you’re getting enough breaks in your day:

- Schedule breaks into your daily calendar. Ideally every 52 minutes.
- Set a timer to remind you when to take your break and when to return to work.
- Make realistic to-do lists. "We often bog down our to-do lists and make them not feasible for us to accomplish [plus] we underestimate how long it’s going to take us to do something," says Sexton.
- Prioritize tasks. Choose three major tasks to focus on for the day and add other tasks as they pop up throughout the day to a separate list, readjusting your priorities throughout the day if required. It’s a lot easier to look at a list of three tasks than 30. Once you knock off the first three items, choose your next three priorities from your lengthier list.

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Sunday, 17 July 2016

Friendship Quotes

1. “The greatest gift of life is friendship, and I have received it.” – Hubert H. Humphrey

2. “Walking with a friend in the dark is better than walking alone in the light.” – Helen Keller

3. “Friends are the siblings God never gave us.” – Mencius

4. “There is nothing on this earth more to be prized than true friendship.” – Thomas Aquinas

5. “Love is the only force capable of transforming an enemy into a friend.” – Martin Luther King, Jr.

6. “A real friend is one who walks in when the rest of the world walks out.” – Walter Winchell

7. “Friendship is always a sweet responsibility, never an opportunity.” – Khalil Gibran

8. “A single rose can be my garden… a single friend, my world.” – Leo Buscaglia

9. “A friend is what the heart needs all the time.” – Henry Van Dyke

10. “Friends show their love in times of trouble, not in happiness.” – Euripides

11. “One loyal friend is worth ten thousand relatives.” – Euripides

12. “My best friend is the one who brings out the best in me.” – Henry Ford

13. “The only way to have a friend is to be one.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

14. “Love is blind; friendship closes its eyes.” – Friedrich Nietzsche

15. “I destroy my enemies when I make them my friends.” – Abraham Lincoln

Friday, 15 July 2016

Motivational Quotes

1. “Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it.” – Charles R. Swindoll

2. “Failure will never overtake me if my determination to succeed is strong enough.” – Og Mandino

3. “Go for it now. The future is promised to no one.” – Wayne Dyer

4. “In order to succeed, we must first believe that we can.” – Nikos Kazantzakis

5. “What you do today can improve all your tomorrows.” – Ralph Marston

6. “Don’t watch the clock; do what it does. Keep going.” – Sam Levenson

7. “A creative man is motivated by the desire to achieve, not by the desire to beat others.” – Ayn Rand

8. “The secret of getting ahead is getting started.” – Mark Twain

9. “You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.” – C. S. Lewis

10. “It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop.” – Confucius

11. “Always do your best. What you plant now, you will harvest later.” – Og Mandino

12. “Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.” – Arthur Ashe

13. “With the new day comes new strength and new thoughts.” – Eleanor Roosevelt

14. “Problems are not stop signs, they are guidelines.” – Robert H. Schuller

15. “If you can dream it, you can do it.” – Walt Disney

Wednesday, 13 July 2016

Inspirational Love Quotes

1. “Love is when the other person’s happiness is more important than your own.” – H. Jackson Brown, Jr.

2. “You can’t blame gravity for falling love.” – Albert Einstein

3. “Don’t forget to love yourself.” – Soren Kierkegaard

4. “The best thing to hold onto in life is each other.” – Audrey Hepburn

5. “I have decided to stick with love. Hate is too great a burden to bear.” – Martin Luther King, Jr.

6. “Love is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies.” – Aristotle

7. “Love doesn’t make the world go ’round. Love is what makes the ride worthwhile.” – Franklin P. Jones

8. “I look at you and see the rest of my life in front of my eyes.” – Unknown

9. “The best and most beautiful things in this world cannot be seen or even heard, but must be felt with the heart.” – Helen Keller

10. “I would rather spend one lifetime with you, than face all the ages of this world alone.”  – Lord of The Rings

11.  “If I know what love is, it is because of you.” – Herman Hesse

12. “At the touch of love everyone becomes a poet.” – Plato

13. “Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage.” – Lao-Tzu

14. “Love is like war: easy to begin but very hard to stop.” – H. L. Mencken

15. “Better to have lost and loved than never to have loved at all.” – Ernest Hemingway

Monday, 11 July 2016

Saturday, 9 July 2016

Thought Provoking Questions About Life

1. When was the last time you tried something new?

2. What makes you want to do better?

3. What do you love to do? Do you do it often? If the answer is no, why not?

4. What can you do today that you could not do a year ago?

5. Where do you see yourself in one year? five years? ten years?

6. Do you like your job?

7. What would you do different if you were reborn?

8. Have you done anything lately worth remembering?

9. What are you excited about?

10. What's your biggest problem?

11. When was the last time you traveled somewhere new?

12. What would you regret not doing?

13. What makes you smile?

14. If the average lifespan was 50 years, would you do anything differently?

15. What do you want most out of life?

16. What impact do you want to leave in the world?

17. What do you want to be remembered by?

18. If all came back around to you, would it help you or hurt you?

19. If you had the chance to go back in time and change one thing, what would you change?

20. What stands between you and happiness?

21. If a doctor gave you one year to live, what would you try to accomplish?

22. What do you like most about yourself?

23. What do you have that you cannot live without?

24. When you close your eyes what do you dream of?

25. If you could as one person, dead or alive, one question, who would you ask and what would you ask?

26. If your life was a movie, what would be the title?

27. What does success mean to you?

28. If you could ask for one wish, what would it be?

29. What do you owe yourself?

30. When you think of "home" what do you think of?

31. How could you describe yourself in 5 words?

32. How do you spend most of your free time?

33. What did you want to be when you where younger?

34. What are you doing to pursue your dreams right now?

35. What are you most scared of?

36. What are you looking forward to?

37. What has been the greatest adventure of your life?

38. What are you most proud of?

39. Where would you like to live? Why haven't you moved?

40. If you left your current life in order to pursue your dreams, what would you lose?

41. What is your greatest strength? What is your greatest weakness?

42. What did life teach you yesterday?

43. Whose life have you had the greatest impact on?

44. What makes you special?

45. What do you want most?

46. How many people do you love? What are you doing for them?

47. If you had 24 hours to live, who would you be with 23 hours from now?

48. What bad habits do you want to break?

49. When did you not speak up when you should have?

50. How would you describe the next 5 years of your life in a sentence?

Thursday, 7 July 2016

Beginning today..


  Beginning today I will no longer worry about yesterday. It is in the past and the past will never change. Only I can change by choosing to do so.

    Beginning today I will no longer worry about tomorrow. Tomorrow will always be there, waiting for me to make the most of it. But I cannot make the most of tomorrow without first making the most of today.

    Beginning today I will look in the mirror and I will see a person worthy of my respect and admiration. This capable person looking back at me is someone I enjoy spending time with and someone I would like to get to know better.

    Beginning today I will cherish each moment of my life. I value this gift bestowed upon me in this world and I will unselfishly share this gift with others. I will use this gift to enhance the lives of others.

    Beginning today I will take a moment to step off the beaten path and to revel in the mysteries I encounter. I will face challenges with courage and determination. I will overcome what barriers there may be which hinder my quest for growth and self-improvement.

    Beginning today I will take life one day at a time, one step at a time. Discouragement will not be allowed to taint my positive self-image, my desire to succeed or my capacity to love.

    Beginning today I walk with renewed faith in human kindness. Regardless of what has gone before, I believe there is hope for a brighter and better future.

    Beginning today I will open my mind and my heart. I will welcome new experiences. I will meet new people. I will not expect perfection from myself nor anyone else: perfection does not exist in an imperfect world. But I will applaud the attempt to overcome human foibles.

    Beginning today I am responsible for my own happiness and I will do things that make me happy . . . admire the beautiful wonders of nature, listen to my favorite music, pet a kitten or a puppy, soak in a bubble bath . . . pleasure can be found in the most simple of gestures.

    Beginning today I will learn something new; I will try something different; I will savor all the various flavors life has to offer. I will change what I can and the rest I will let go. I will strive to become the best me I can possibly be.

Tuesday, 5 July 2016

Life of Dad

 Eddie is 50 years old and lives in Worthing with his 13 year old son, Connor. After his wife died suddenly when their son was just a few months old, Eddie had to adapt quickly to life as a widowed single parent. Here, he shares how he’s juggled work with family life, and why his son Connor is his best friend.

Asking for help

I became a single dad in August of 2000, when my son, Connor, was just five months old. My wife died of Sudden Death Syndrome. I spoke to her on the phone at 3.30pm, and she was pronounced dead at around 5.30pm. Her heart just stopped.

Becoming a single dad meant I learned to ask for help – not something I would have done in the past! In the early days especially, I had a great deal of support from Connor’s grandparents, women from the local ante-post natal group which I’d always taken an active role in, and of course friends. Connor went to private nursery two days a week between the ages of one and four. This did him the world of good and helped me get on with earning a living.

The challenges of work

I was off work for around three months, coming to terms with what had happened. I’m still trying to come to terms really. I was a store manager of a large DIY superstore in Sussex, traveling about 25 miles a day and working long hours. My line manager was very supportive and had arranged for me to work 10am to 4pm on the road in order for me to be flexible.

About a month after going back to work, I had a call to say Connor was being rushed to hospital with suspected meningitis. I just thought “give me break”. He was in hospital for about two weeks, where I slept on the floor with a sleeping bag as I did not want to leave him. His grandparents helped a great deal, as did my closest friends. We eventually discovered it was pneumonia, which he was to contract again in a month’s time. Again my line manager was very good, and although he put no pressure on me, I felt I was letting my employer down.

Ultimately I had to leave the company as I could not maintain my job role. I don’t think employers expect a man to be on his own with a child, let alone a baby. Nobody seemed interested in giving me a job so I had to try a different route. I had managed to save some money, and decided to buy a cafe, which I renovated and then sold. For the past eight years or so since, I have managed my own property renovations business. This has given me the flexibility with school hours, sickness and holidays that I need to manage as a single dad to Connor.

Combining being mum and dad

Bringing up Connor on my own has taught me a lot. It’s easy to lose your patience with children, but I’ve learn they have bad days too. So you need to be careful how you say things, and with your facial expressions – they pick up on more than you know. One roll of the eyes can break their confidence, but what they really want is to please you and make you proud.

Juggling everything has been far the most challenging thing I’ve had to do. Work, home, emotions, learning what is the next step in a child’s life and how to deal with it, combining being mum and dad, making sure he gets lots of cuddles, being there when he needs a talk about anything and also just knowing when he wants to be alone. My time management has also had to get better in order to be at the school gates by 3pm to collect Connor. Now at 13 years old, he’s happy to walk home and I can work that bit longer, although I still like to be here when he gets home.

I first heard of Gingerbread and joined my local group in 2002. The local group helped a great deal, and I was in contact with quite a few members at the time. I’ve also used Gingerbread’s online chat forums too.

Remembering mum

I have always worried that Connor would feel a little outcast, as not having a mum is unusual. Connor never knew his mum, so I think he misses her presence rather than her as a person. We would make things for his mummy – pictures, drawings and little gifts would be placed on her grave. He has a picture of me and his mum in his room, his way of seeing what we would have been like, I guess. I answer all his questions about before she died, the wonderful five months we all had together, and what she would think now. Mother’s day, Christmas – those are the days he would notice it more. These days I get both Mother’s day and Father’s day presents from him.

Connor’s doing well at school. He was made school council in his first year of secondary school, which was a real proud moment for me, as was seeing him invested as a cub, then a sea scout, where he became a patrol leader. Just to look at him makes me proud and I know his mum would be too. It still saddens me to think his mum never got to see any of it, and that he never got to see her face and meet the wonderful person his mum was.

Courage and pride

When Connor was nine years old his grandpa died of cancer, all quite sudden. After me, he was Connor’s best friend. Connor insisted on going to the barbers to have his hair shaved, just so his Grandpa wasn’t on his own with a short haircut. He wrote a short message that he insisted on reading out at the funeral, dressed in his sea cub uniform. The courage that little boy showed that day will stay with me for the rest of my days.

The main thing I have learned from becoming a single parent is that there is so much more to life than work and money. 13 years ago when my wife died, I was on very good money. I had a regular income, a pension, and a company car. I now work month to month. Being self-employed means a regular wage cannot be guaranteed, which is an enormous pressure. If I’m off with Connor because he’s sick, or it’s the school holidays, or we just need some plain old quality time together, it means no wages.

But quality time with my son wins every time. I adore my son; he is by far my best friend. We spend a lot of time together fishing, enjoying sport or just relaxing. I have just started kayaking with him too.

I still miss my wife, I think I always will. It’s true that time is a healer, I have a wonderful, kindhearted son that I am so proud of. I feel privileged to be his dad. I owe him more than he will ever know.

Monday, 4 July 2016

Everyone Has a Story in Life

A 24 year old boy seeing out from the train’s window shouted…

“Dad, look the trees are going behind!”

Dad smiled and a young couple sitting nearby, looked at the 24 year old’s childish behavior with pity, suddenly he again exclaimed…

“Dad, look the clouds are running with us!”

The couple couldn’t resist and said to the old man…

“Why don’t you take your son to a good doctor?”The old man smiled and said…“I did and we are just coming from the hospital, my son was blind from birth, he just got his eyes today.

Every single person on the planet has a story. Don’t judge people before you truly know them. The truth might surprise you.

Sunday, 3 July 2016

Funny Inspirational Quotes

1. “Always borrow money from a pessimist. He won’t expect it back.” – Oscar Wilde

2. “First the doctor told me the good news: I was going to have a disease named after me.” – Steve Martin

3. “People who think they know everything are a great annoyance to those of us who do.” – Isaac Asimov

4. “Do not take life too seriously. You will never get out it alive.” – Elbert Hubbard

5. “The only mystery in life is why the kamikaze pilots wore helmets.” – Al McGuire

6. “Never, under any circumstances, take a sleeping pill and a laxative on the same night.” – Dave Barry

7. “If you think nobody cares if you’re alive, try missing a couple of payments.” – Flip Wilson

8. “A woman’s mind is cleaner than a man’s: She changes it more often.” – Oliver Herford

9. “I intend to live forever. So far, so good.” – Steven Wright

10. “Nothing sucks more than that moment during an argument when you realize you’re wrong.” – Unknown

11. “If evolution really works, how come mothers only have two hands?” – Milton Berle

12. “I dream of a better tomorrow, where chickens can cross the road and not be questioned about their motives.” – Unkown

13. “When you go into court you are putting your fate into the hands of twelve people who weren’t smart enough to get out of jury duty.” – Norm Crosby

14. “To err is human, to blame it on somebody else shows management potential.” – Unkown

15. “The trouble with being punctual is that nobody’s there to appreciate it.” – Franklin P. Jones

Saturday, 2 July 2016

Quotes About Life

1. “Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.” – Dr. Seuss

2. “We do not remember days, we remember moments.” – Cesare Pavese

3. “In three words I can sum up everything I’ve learned about life: it goes on.” – Robert Frost

4. “Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans.”  – Allen Saunders

5. “Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated.” – Confucius

6.  “Life is 10 percent what you make it, and 90 percent how you take it.” – Irving Berlin

7.  “You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.”  – Mae West

8. “Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile.” – Albert Einstein

9. “In the end, it’s not the years in your life that count. It’s the life in your years.”  – Abraham Lincoln

10. “Good friends, good books, and a sleepy conscience: this is the ideal life.” – Mark Twain

11.  “Instead of wondering when your next vacation is, maybe you should set up a life you don’t need to escape from.” – Seth Godin

12.  “Get busy living or get busy dying.”  – Stephen King, Different Seasons

13. “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others’?” – Martin Luther King Jr.

14.  “You cannot find peace by avoiding life.” – Virginia Woolf

15. “My life is my message.” – Mahatma Gandhi

Friday, 1 July 2016

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