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Give Myself a Break

By |March 31st, 2013|

Taking a deep breath can give signal to your brain to think wise and be very positive before you take actions. You really need a break to control your emotions.

Be Careful not to over commit.

By |November 30th, 2012|

You have to say it clear the level of your commitment. Like “I try, I do my best, and I do whatever it takes” most people succeed when they commit whatever it takes.

Keep in touch with my friends

By |September 29th, 2012|

Be lucky to have old friends who have had the opportunity to see you at your best and every state in between. They know what makes you thick and appreciate how far you have come. They understand your flaws and love you anyway.

Tell the people in my life how I feel about them

By |August 25th, 2012|

You are born to express what you feel and it is very true from the day you were born. You would not even care the people in your surrounding as we cry or laugh to what you want and what you feel. It is a very wonderful gift that you’ve lost as you grow. You learn different manners and you forgot to preserve the importance of sharing what would you like to speak in your heart.

Remember to say Thank You.

By |June 27th, 2012|

You are the poorest man if you can't even say thank you. It attracts more blessing and opportunities. It is also a double confirmation that a good thing is done. And with or without an offering, your wholehearted heart of saying thanks is enough for those people who love.

Send handwritten letters

By |April 24th, 2012|

I wrote a letter to express my appreciations and love to my friends. I add some flowers to make it good. I never expect the feedback was so touching, because I was saying goodbye and never really expect that flower and short note can make a difference.

Read books to a child

By |January 8th, 2012|

Can you remember the first time you listen to the person who is reading book for you? My mother is the one I can remember. The best part of the story telling is not falling asleep after listening but the valuable lesson you learnt. Who can read the story book sharply at age of [...]

Live in the present

By |November 15th, 2011|

I am telling my story to a first year college student taking his second semester that failed three major subjects when I was freshman. Wasted, he told me but I smile and answer him No it wasn’t. I value it as I learned something. When he told me about getting perfect passing grade on [...]

Celebrate Diversity

By |November 14th, 2011|

Be proud of what you have and who you are. When you feel different from others then be the first to accept and love it, let the rest follows you. Appreciate who you are and feel great about it.

From the moment in time you got to know who you are and starting to love [...]