Life Without Facebook: 10 Points

Life is great without Facebook. I have a personal experience regarding that. I decided to quit Facebook after I realised that it was Facebook who was using me rather than the other way round. It’s been over six months since I deactivated my Facebook account. Initially I was a bit sceptical about taking that step as I found it difficult, scratching my brains to figure Continue reading “Life Without Facebook: 10 Points”

Are You Being Too Social?

Being social is good, but being too social is definitely harmful if you do not know how to maintain your checks and balances. Let me explain it like this:

Look at yourself. Are you too social? If yes, then you have a lot of friends you care about. You share your joys and sorrows with them. You won’t be lonely when you are sad, as having so many friends, there will always be a bunch of friends who’ll Continue reading “Are You Being Too Social?”

The Magical Creed

The Magical Creed   Last night, while going through a book by Napoleon Hill, I found this interesting creed which was written by a woman for her husband. The woman asked her husband to sign the creed and hang it in front of him where he could see it all day long while at his work. The man did as directed, followed the creed and later became a very successful businessman. I liked the creed and wanted to share it with you. Here is a copy of the creed:

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Through The Eyes Of An Adult

    Ever since I was a child, I was always curious about what it would feel like to be an adult. I had the weirdest conclusions one can draw from nothing. I thought that adults saw things in a different way. They were tall. So, I thought they always had a superior feeling that they were taller and everything appeared tiny for them (including me). I wondered how the top view of a short person’s head appeared to them and how they felt when they saw everything around them to be so smaller when compared to them. Like I was afraid of heights Continue reading “Through The Eyes Of An Adult”