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Thursday, January 30, 2014

Bad things are always going to happen in life.

Bad things are always going to happen in life. People will hurt you. But you can't use that as an excuse to hurt someone back.

Empty pockets never held anyone back.

Empty pockets never held anyone back. Only empty heads 
and empty hearts can do that. ~Norman Vincent Peale


Fear isn't the opposite of Love, 
it's a biological response to uncertainty. 

90 Questions

Below is a list which you can copy and fill in and post on your blog's or website! :) 

1. What was the highlight of your week?
2. Whose car were you in last?
3. When is the next time you will kiss someone?
4. What color shirt are you wearing?
5. How long is your hair?
6. Are you good looking?
7. Last movie you watched?
8. Who were you with?
9. Last thing you ate?
10. Last thing you drank?

Do right.

Do right. Do your  b e s t. Treat others as you want to be treated.

maybe this is what is happening ---

"And once you lose yourself you have to find the person you used to be or lose that person completely"

God gives his toughest battles

God gives 
his toughest battles 
to his toughest 

default to "Unstable"

Facebook should have a limit on the number of times people can change their relationship status, after 5 it should default to "Unstable".

I like my coffee how I like myself:

I like my coffee 
how I like myself: 
Dark, bitter, and 
too hot for you.

How to Connect Through Open Body Language

1. Be sensitive to body space. Don’t stand too far away from the person, or fold your arms across your chest. That sends the message “I don’t want to get close”. At the same time, don’t invade the person’s space – as standing too close is highly threatening.

2. Maintain steady but soft eye contact. If you avert your gaze that says you’re insecure; but staring for too long is intimidating. Eye contact should be confident and comfortable.

3. Invite the other person into your thought processes. Share your ideas, and think aloud. Also, welcome their comments – and don’t just brush them off.