NEVER LET A PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED BECOME MORE IMPORTANT THAN A FRIEND TO BE LOVED
So Today I really wanted to make porridge (uji), (one) because I was really craving it, (two) because of the flu I have, I really haven’t had the stomach for anything else (three) I figured it was easy because mum … Continue reading
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1. Money cannot buy happiness, but it’s more comfortable to cry in a Porsche than on a bicycle.
2. Forgive your enemy, but remember the asshole’s name.
Time for some learning http://imgur.com/gallery/Yo0XLx1
I got this in my email, it’s a post by NIKOtheOrb http://forfreepsychology.wordpress.com/author/nikotheorb/ He posted an article by Stephen Ames. http://exploringthelateral.wordpress.com/ The title itself got me thinking “how could pain be good?” I have been suffering from back pain for a while and … Continue reading
In the book Eat, Pray Love, the author Elizabeth Gilbert, writes about people and places having a word that defines them and drives them. In the book, she lived in Rome for a time, and Rome was said to have the word SEX. Elizabeth loved Rome, but she knew it wasn’t where she would live forever; it wasn’t her city because she didn’t feel like it belonged to her—SEX was not her word.
She had a think about what her word would be. She thought about the word for her family when she was growing up—FRUGAL, IRRERVANT—and the word for her own city she lived in—ACHIEVE.
I thought this was an interesting concept and think you can apply it to many things: school, friendship groups, workplaces, etc.
I tried to think of my word when I was growing up: INNOCENT? SHELTERED?
I tried to think of my word at school and in my town:…
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