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#1 — Stop Doubting Yourself “Doubt kills more dreams than failure ever will.” ~Suzy Kassem Doubt is like a plague, and excessively doubting yourself is deadly. Doubting if you can do this or that. Doubting whether you can do well. Doubting whether you’re smart enough. Doubting everything under the sun! It’s like trying to win a bicycle race while … Continue reading Want To Avoid Mediocrity? Stop Doing These 3 Things
Short story that inspired me to write a Quick Poem below Imagine life is a game in which you are juggling five balls. The balls are called work, family, health, friends and integrity. And you're keeping all of them in the air. But one day you finally come to understand that work is a rubber … Continue reading Jay’s Quick Poetry-The Sharp And Grand Rock
You Can't Judge a Book By Its Cover Meaning: Don't judge someone or something only by the outward appearance. They can be fooling. How long we allow ourselves to be fooled is up to us REALLY A Fool and His Money are Soon Parted Meaning: It's easy for a fool to lose his/her money. Hmmm... Mountain … Continue reading Random Phrases of the day and how days pan out.
I was very proud of my nickname throughout my life, but today- I couldn’t be any different to what my nickname was. She told me she won't use my nickname again It so happened, I said Let me help you with your baggage and bagasse' and let's throw this into the Sky with all our … Continue reading I was very proud of my nickname throughout my life – What’s in a Name?
Dealing with perceptions in my mind's eyes hoping against hope my presuppositions my cognitive bias my hyper criticism brutally and honestly delivered Reacted fiercely Mean machine or Meaning making Machine - who am I ? Interpreted differently Forgetting all the time There could be another way May be it means something else Meanings, judgements passed … Continue reading Mean machine or Meaning making Machine – who am I ?
Excellent article I found. Sharing. Difficult Lessons: How to Learn What You Need to and Move On By Fiona Robyn “Nothing ever goes away until it has taught us what we need to know.” ~Pema ChodronRumi says, “Until you've found pain, you won't reach the cure.” I’ve been self-employed for many years now. This is no … Continue reading Difficult Lessons: How to Learn What You Need to and Move On
Some Random phrases to provoke thought this morning. 🙂 It's Not Brain Surgery Meaning: A task that's easy to accomplish, a thing lacking complexity. it's not rocket science If something is not rocket science, it is not difficult to understand. It's your funeral The phrase It's your funeral! is used to mean that if someone has to … Continue reading It’s not brain surgery, It’s not Rocket Science, It’s not… It’s not…
Today's Inspirational Quote: "A diamond is merely a lump of coal that did well under pressure." -- Author Unknown I was reading an article From Ashes To Ashes To Diamonds: A Way To Treasure The Dead . It is very interesting ! It talks about "From Ashes To Ashes To Diamonds: A Way To Treasure The Dead"" … Continue reading Diamond is merely a Lump …
Today's Inspirational Quote: "Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter, and those who matter don't mind." -- Bernard M. Baruch Recently I read a variant / pseudo version of the above phrase and I was thinking - LOL ! 🙂 Poke Fun At Meaning: Making fun of … Continue reading Interesting Quote, Pseudo-variants and Provoking Phrases of the day
Money Doesn't Grow On Trees Meaning: Suggests that money is a resource that must be earned and is not one that's easily acquired. Expecting Acts of Kindness? Expecting delivery on a platter without doing any Efforts? Well. Learn to create many many sources of generating passive income. Some may actually work and then the saying … Continue reading Inappropriate, Fell short. Random input phrases to Provoke Thoughts
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I like this newsletter. How many of us have met people who take refuge, subterfuge (deceit) of projecting they know everything as Omniscients and Demi-Gods! And their masks of Omnipotence wear out thin as the exposure hurts like Exfoliation of the soft skin exposed to the Tropical Sun. It burns like hell. “There is nothing … Continue reading Via BrainPickings Newsletter: Theodore Roosevelt on the Cowardice of Cynicism and the Courage to Create Rather Than Criticize