Show Others The Way

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We are in a world that is ever changing and although technology has taken over almost everything; most people are in constant need of direction. There seems to be confusion arising along every path they take to achieve their goals or find fulfilment in their lives. The internet is full of websites ready to equip them with whatever knowledge they seek but it’s not enough- They need one on one coaching, someone to personally direct them to see the light.

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If you are one of those who have knowledge of something that can alleviate your neighbour’s or a stranger’s problem, and you know they need a solution, why hesitate to show them the way. One thing you must not do is TO COMPARE. Don’t compare them or their efforts with their mates or age grades. It is abhorrent. Not everyone treads the same path to success. Talk sense into them using the same words you would like for yourself.

You might not be in the best position to help but referring them to someone who knows the solution has resolved the issue halfway.

Happy Sunday, Spend time with your loved ones today! And like finding ‘The Why’ in beautybeyondbones, I saw a quote which reminds everyone of us that;

What is done in love is done well

I’d love to hear your thoughts

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Comedian Bovi Shared A Piece On Self Discovery Via Instagram

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The most difficult journey you will travel in life is the journey to self-discovery. When you know yourself and accept who you are, you will use your strengths to touch the world and accept your weaknesses just as they are. You will be sorry not only when you’re wrong. You will be sorry just because it makes others feel good about themselves. You will love yourself so much, you wouldn’t need anybody’s validation to believe in yourself. You will avoid manipulative people not because you’re arrogant, but because light and darkness don’t mix. You will be patient with fools because you understand they need help and it’s nothing personal. You will understand that nothing is ever really personal. People will only curse you because they’re emotionally unstable. Love is such a strong feeling. And only self-love can make you silent in the face of provocation. You will know when to quit trying. You will learn to laugh at yourself when you error. You will do the things that make you happy regardless of who believes in you or not. You will not try to impress. You will understand that all human beings are ordinary people doing extraordinary great things or stupid things. You will admire trends but won’t be compelled to follow them. You will not feel inferior, you will not be proud. You will not be insecure. You will be a god but you will not judge. But the journey to self-discovery is such a difficult journey. Only a few travel it successfully

I agree with him on this!

 

 

 

 

MAINTAIN GOOD RELATIONSHIPS

Welcome back readers! Welcome friends to today’s text.

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No man is an island; this is a give and take world. Spending time with you is fine but always, is not a good idea. Give your attention to others who have given you respect, love and their time. You can’t reap what you did not sow, if you do – it wouldn’t last.  Having loving people around helps you get past everyday difficulties. Reach out to them today, tomorrow and next. Show them you know what it is like to respect, love and miss their company.

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Everyone has their fair share of errors, look the other way and repay the good deeds. Relationships are a major part of our lives. They connects us to people who should teach us a lesson and people who should guild us towards reaching our full potential. The most important benefit of keeping a good relationship is that; you can run to them for assistance/comfort whenever you have need for it.

Soupe à L’oignon. I Heard It’s So Tasty That You Would Want More – Elizabeth

Happy Tuesday readers! Welcome back to another guest interview.

This is where readers get to know your perspective on despair and a bit about you.

Let’s get starteeeeeeed.

 

Me: Your name?

Guest: Elizabeth S. P.  my friends call me Emmy Z

Me: What do you have to say about despair? Any advice to others going through it right now?

Emmy Z: The word ‘despair’ really freaks me out. I always dread the moment when nothing good seems to be coming when I desperately need it. I think I give up easily. To the rest of the world, don’t give up on what you believe in; remember pushing is what despair does to you. Find strength in yourself and trust that if you can think possibility then there would be possibility. Until you push nothing happens.

Me: If you didn’t have to sleep, what would you do with the extra time?

Emmy Z: Watch action/adventure films at night; find new and interesting blogs to read on the internet. Bake something delicious for my family, Go for a walk in the garden.

Me: What food have you never eaten but would really like to try?

Emmy Z: Soupe à L’oignon. I heard it’s so tasty that you would want more.

Me: What language do you wish you could speak?

Emmy Z: Chinese

Me: What would you name your ship if you had one and why?

Emmy Z: Captain Waves. I just like the way it sounds when I pronounce it.

Me: A link to your website/blog and social media profiles.

Emmy Z: No website.

Me: What is your favourite quote?

Emmy Z: Do what you can, with what you have, where you are – Teddy Roosevelt.

Me: What artist or band do you always recommend when someone asks for a music recommendation?

Emmy Z: Celine Dion. Her voice is amazing! wow

Me: What would be the worst thing to hear as you are going under anaesthesia before heart surgery?

Emmy Z: Surgeons yelling at each other

Me: How do you manage stress?

Emmy Z:  Eat balanced diet and take a nap whenever I can

Me: What outdoor activities haven’t you tried but would like to?

Emmy Z: Swim like a pro

Nice conversation with you Emmy. Thanks for participating. 

P.s She is an ardent supporter of my blog. Most of her comments could be seen on some of my posts, I am happy she’s often inspired by it.

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9 Clues You Should Never Fail To Observe Everyday

Welcome back, dear readers! Got some catchy reminders for you, here they are:

1. Cultivate cheerfulness: Say nice words to yourself, congratulate yourself if you have achieved something regardless of how little it may look to you or others. Be grateful that you’re alive to see another new day.

Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise – Benjamin Franklin

2. Eat healthy food and try not to over-eat

3. Exercise regularly

4. Do what you can today, leave the rest for tomorrow.

5. Drink enough water

6. Get enough sleep

7. Seek help: Call for assistance whenever you are in danger. There will always be someone or a number to dial that can aid. Allow them, don’t be too proud to ask for help. Your life is so precious.

8. Set daily priorities: Create a to-do list and follow systematically. Helps you know what and what you should do next and what task you are spending more time on.

9. Pay attention to health-related topics: You never know when you might need to use that information to save your life or someone else’s.

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A woman’s health is her capital – Harriet Beecher

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I don’t have a blog yet. I will create mine by December this year – Mark

Hi readers and welcome to another segment of this blog. Guest interview!

This is where readers get to know your perspective on despair and a bit about you.

Let’s get starteeeeeeed

 

Me: Your name?

Guest: Mark T. I

Me:  What do you have to say about despair? Any advice to others going through it right now?

Mark: To despair means to have the feeling that there is no hope and that you can do nothing to improve a difficult situation. You can change that feeling, it is not permanent. You can do something. Be positive; think positive everything is going to work well at the end. 

Me: If you didn’t have to sleep, what would you do with the extra time?

Mark: Read several copies of any fashion or travel magazine I can lay my hands on.

 

Me: What food have you never eaten but would really like to try?

Mark:  Spinach-stuffed beef braciole. It is actually an Italian meal Although I first saw it in a picture, I would love to try it someday.

Me: What language do you wish you could speak?

Mark: Spanish

Me: What artist or band do you always recommend when someone asks for a music recommendation?

Mark: Can I say two? Dolly Parton. Bruno Mars

Me: What outdoor activities haven’t you tried, but would like to?

Mark: Ski jumping

Me: What would you name your ship if you had one and why?

Mark: Victory 1000. If we encounter a storm, we would sail through without losing anybody aboard

Me: What would be the worst thing to hear as you are going under anaesthesia before heart surgery?

Mark:  The nurses saying there would be an earthquake

 Me: A link to your website/blog and social media profiles.

Mark: I don’t have a blog yet. I will create mine by December this year. For now, I only read blogs created by others.

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Thanks for participating! I can’t wait to see your new blog by December. There are fun things to do here in the blogdom as well as the challenges. You will surely love yours if you put the needed effort into it.