… that today is National Read a Book Day? Whether you’re a sci-fi fanatic, a non-fiction buff, or a not-so-often reader, there is a book out there just for you. Entertainment isn’t limited to what you can watch on a screen or hear through your speakers – books bring whole new worlds to life! So, switch off the electronics and turn some pages for a while. 🙂
Today’s Inspirational Quote:
“The best moments in reading are when you come across something – a thought, a feeling, a way of looking at things – which you had thought special and particular to you. Now here it is, set down by someone else, a person you have never met, someone even who is long dead. And it is as if a hand has come out and taken yours.”
— Alan Bennett
|WORD OF THE DAY|
|Examples of Logy in a sentence
“My parents did not appreciate my logy approach to cleaning the dishes.”
“I slept poorly last night, so I am feeling logy and slow this morning.”
Thank you my friend from Facebook for sharing.
Why should companies recruit people over 50 for senior and responnsible positions?
Because they are more productive than those below 50!
A massive study in America found that the most productive age in a man’s life is 60 – 70
From 70 – 80 is the 2nd most productive age.
The 3rd most productive age is 50 – 60.
The average age of a Nobel Prize winner is 62.
The average age of a CEO in a Fortune 500 company is 63.
The average age of the pastors of the 100 biggest churches in America is 71.
The average age of Pope’s is 76
This tells us somehow God has designed that the best years of your life are 60 – 80!
It is when you do your best work.
A study published in NEJM found that at 60 you reach your peak of potential and continue up to 80!
So, if you are between 60 – 70, or 70-80, you have the best and second best years of your life with you!
Source: N.Engl.J.Med 70.389(2018)
I watched this TED Talk and thought you would find it interesting.
Andrew Marantz: Inside the bizarre world of internet trolls and propagandists
Learn more about watching TED Talks on all of your favorite platforms: https://www.ted.com/about/programs-initiatives/ted-talks/ways-to-get-ted-talks
Maya Angelou, the wise and widely admired poet and author, on courage:
“[Courage is] the most important of all the virtues. Without that virtue you can’t practice any other virtue with consistency.”
Source: The Art of Fiction No. 119
ONE IS ~
” In Reality there is only One. In Illusion there are many. The reason why there is so much confusion as to whether there is one God or many is because God is so Infinitely One.
Even to say, There is one God is wrong. God is so infinitely One that He cannot even be called One. One may only say, One IS. The word “God” is only an attempt to give that One a name, for in actuality He has no name. Even to say that God is One implies the possibility of two. For one to say there are many Gods is madness.
God is that “One” playing innumerable roles. For example, one of you is sitting with his eyes closed and in his imagination he creates innumerable things, and in the very act of imagining them he preserves them. Then he opens his eyes, and in so doing destroys all the things his imagination had created and held together. Thus the same person played different roles, that of creator, sustainer and dissolver. ”
— MEHER BABA – THE EVERYTHING AND THE NOTHING, p. 91
photo copyright: Meher Nazar publications.
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