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10 important things for life

10 Most Important Things For Life….
#1. LOVE: The Special Feeling That Makes You Feel All Warm And Wonderful.
#2. RESPECT: Treating Others As Well As You Would Like To Be Treated.
#3. APPRECIATION: To Be Grateful For All The Good Things Life Has To Offer.
#4. HAPPINESS: The Full Enjoyment Of Each Moment. A Smiling Face.
#5. FORGIVENESS: The Ability To Let Things Be Without Anger.
#6. SHARING: The Joy Of Giving Without Thought Of Receiving.
#7. HONESTY: The Quality Of Always Telling The Truth.
#8. INTEGRITY: The Purity Of Doing What’s Right, No Matter What.
#9. COMPASSION: The Essence Of Feeling Another’s Pain, While Easing Their Hurt.
#10. PEACE: The Reward For Living The 10 Most Important Things

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Life Fact

LIFE FACTS.
1. When you find the right person who makes you happy, don’t let them go.
2. Distance sometimes lets you know who’s worth keeping and who’s worth letting go.
3. Be with someone who won’t stay mad at you, who can’t stand not talking to you, and who’s afraid of losing you.
4. Every single thing that has ever happened in your life is preparing you for a something that’s meant to come.
5. Start your day of positive and it’ll be a better day.
6. Don’t waste time on revenge. The people who hurt you will eventually face their own karma.
7. Those who are heartless, once cared too much.

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Any thing that annoy you

ANYTHING THAT ANNOYS
YOU*
is teaching you patience and
calmness.
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*Anyone that abandons you* is
teaching you how
to stand up on your own feet.
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*Anything that offends you* is
teaching you
forgiveness and compassion.
*Anything that has power over
you* is teaching
you to get greater power.
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*Anything that you hate* is
teaching you
unconditional love.
*Anything that you fear* is
teaching you courage
to overcome your fears.
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*Anything you can’t control* is
teaching you to let
go.
*Any NO you get from humans*
is teaching you to
be independent.
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*Any problem you have* is
teaching you how to
get solution to problems.
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*Any attack you get* is teaching
you the best
form of defence.
*Anyone who looks down on
you* is teaching you
to look up to GOD.
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Always look out for the lesson in
every situation
you face in every phase of life.
Stay lifted.
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Stop using past gauge

Stop using your past to gauge
whether or not
love is coming into your life.
Stop looking back if you are
really looking forward to having
someone special one day. When
you look back on
your past, you should be looking
back with a
mindset of learning from your
mistakes. You should be looking
back remembering that what
you have been through, will
always aid you
towards growing into a better
person. Stop feeling like you are
cursed or that you have bad
luck because you have been
through a few bad
situations with a few bad people.
All of us go through trials. All of
us have been through a
few things designed to break our
spirit, faith
and beliefs. However, life always
gives us the gift of redemption
and the gift of bouncing
back. You could be hurting today
and end up being happy
tomorrow. Don’t be so hard on
yourself. Learn to be more
proud, patient and
positive as great things start to
take place in
your life.

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25 awasome tips

25 AWESOME TIPS FOR
BEAUTIFUL LIFE!!!
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1. Take a 10-30 minute walk
every day. & while
you walk, SMILE. It is the
ultimate antidepressant.
2. Sit in silence for at least 10
minutes each day.
3. When you wake up in the
morning, Pray to ask
God’s guidance for your purpose,
today.
4. Drink green tea and plenty of
water. Eat
blueberries, broccoli, and
almonds.
6. Try to make at least three
people smile each
day.
7. Don’t waste your precious
energy on gossip,
energy vampires, issues of the
past, negative
thoughts or things you cannot
control. Instead
invest your energy in the positive
present moment.
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8. Eat breakfast like a king, lunch
like a prince and
dinner like a college kid with a
maxed out charge
card.
9. Life isn’t fair, but it’s still good.
10. Life is too short to waste time
hating anyone.
Forgive them for everything !
11. Don’t take yourself so
seriously. No one else
does.
12. You don’t have to win every
argument. Agree
to disagree.
13. Make peace with your past so
it won’t spoil
the present.
14. Don’t compare your life to
others. You have no
idea what their journey is all
about.
15. No one is in charge of your
happiness except
you.
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16. Frame every so-called
disaster with these
words: ‘In five years, will this
matter?’
17. Help the needy, Be
generous ! Be a ‘Giver’ not
a ‘Taker’.
18. What other people think of
you is none of your
business.
19. Time heals everything.
20. However good or bad a
situation is, it will
change.
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21. Your job won’t take care of
you when you are
sick. Your friends will. Stay in
touch.
22. Envy is a waste of time. You
already have all
you need.
23. Each night before you go to
bed ,Pray to God
and Be thankful for what you’ll
accomplish, today !
24. Remember that you are too
blessed to be
stressed.
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8 reason why parent felt to love there kids

8 Reasons Parents Fail
to Love Their Kids
Parental love
enhances the
wellbeing and
development
of children.
As such,
“love” would
be all that is
nurturing and
supportive of the evolution of a
child’s unique personality.
Conversely, it would be a
distortion to define as “loving”
those responses that are in any
way detrimental to the child’s
psychological growth, cause
painful wounds to the child’s
psyche, or predispose a lifetime
of maladaptation and pain.
Parental love includes genuine
expressions of warmth—a
smile or friendly look that
conveys empathy and good
humor; physical affection;
respectful, considerate
treatment; tenderness; a
willingness to be a real person
with the child as opposed to
acting the role of “mother” or
“father”; and a sensitive
attunement and responsiveness
to the child. Attuned parents
have the ability to adjust the
intensity and emotional tone of
their responses to match their
child’s feeling state and
needs. During infancy, attuned
interactions between a baby
and its mother (or primary
caregiver) are especially
important because they provide
the baby with the environment
necessary for learning how to
regulate emotions and for
developing empathy.
In my observation of families, I
have noted countless examples
of well-meaning parents
engaging in behavior that is
insensitive, mis-attuned, or
harmful to their children, while
earnestly believing that they
love them and have their best
interests at heart. These
parents are telling the truth,
although on a defensive level,
when they tell their adult
children who have been
emotionally hurt that they
loved them and did the best
they could for them. It’s true:
They did the best that they
were capable of, but more
often than not, they simply
weren’t able to really see their
child as a separate person and
meet his or her needs. No
matter how well-intentioned,
many people are unfortunately
not prepared for the task of
raising children.
There are 8 reasons why it’s
often difficult for parents to
love their children.
1. Many parents have a
negative self-image which
they unwittingly extend to
their children.
If they cannot love themselves,
or have developed a negative
conception of themselves and
their bodies, and extend this
shame and negativity to their
productions, they cannot pass
on love and tenderness to this
remarkable creation of theirs.
In general, people who do not
really like themselves are
incapable of genuinely loving
other people, especially their
children. In fact, they are more
likely to project their negative
feelings onto others, and there
is no better dumping ground
for our negative perceptions of
ourselves than our
children.
2. Parents who are
undeveloped or immature
experience their children as
an unwanted, intimidating
dependency load.
They find it threatening to bear
the responsibility and extensive
care that the baby and
developing child require and
may even come to resent their
offspring.
3. Many people find it
difficult or intolerable to
accept love—in particular,
the simple direct loving
expressions of children.
If the parents were hurt in their
developmental years, they will
have problems accepting love
and intimacy from their
children. Faced with the
emotional pain that it causes
them, parents will
unconsciously distance
themselves from their child.
4. Parents have unresolved
trauma in their own lives.
If so, they will tend to be mis-
attuned to their children,
especially when their children
approach periods in their lives
that were traumatic for the
parent. They may react by
becoming rejecting, or they
may overcompensate. Neither
reaction is appropriate to, or
constructive for, the child. For
example, a parent who cannot
bear to be reminded of his own
childhood sadness may be
vindictive or punishing to his
children when they cry.
Another parent may suppress
her children’s pain in just the
opposite way—by over-
comforting and over-protecting
them. In any case, the child is
always more expendable than
the parent’s defense system.
The more self‑protective a
person is, the more he or she
will act out his or her defenses
on the child and progressively
fail to perceive the child
correctly and encourage
healthy development.
5. Having children reminds
parents that time is passing
and tends to increase their
death anxiety.
This can cause tension and
even resentment in the parent
and a self-protective, defensive
retreat from feeling that is
directly or indirectly hurtful to
their children.
6. Parents tend to use their
children as immortality
projects, which has a
destructive effect on their
offspring.
In order to serve this purpose,
children must replicate their
parent’s attitudes and
choices. If they differ, their
independent actions are
misinterpreted as defiant or
rebellious. Parents try to
impose sameness on their
children because they can’t live
on through their children if the
children are different from
them. For example, if you are
religious and your child is a
non-believer; or if you are a
Democrat and your child is a
Republican, your child no
longer serves that necessary
function. Obviously, impressing
sameness is highly damaging to
children. Each child is
genetically different and has a
unique agenda and personal
destiny.
7. Parents’ unfulfilled
primitive hunger for love and
care from their childhood
causes them, in turn, to focus
these strong desires on their
children.
They confuse the powerful
feelings of longing and
possession they have toward
their offspring for genuine
feelings of love. Children who
are caressed by a hungry and
needy parent will not feel
“seen,” understood, or secure,
but instead will become
refractory to physical touch.
The “loving” fingers of the
immature parent are felt as
possessive, sucking tentacles,
which drain the children rather
than nurture them. This type of
parent will cause children to
have feelings of being trapped
or suffocated by close
relationships in later life. As
adults, they may experience
affection as physical or
psychological pain.
8. Due to inadequate or
problematic parenting styles,
many children develop traits
that are unlikeable or
intolerable.
They may become unruly,
defiant, disobedient,
obnoxious, demanding, hostile
or generally unpleasant. Even
though they have been a
primary cause of these
behaviors, parents find it
difficult to love or even like a
child who exhibits these
attributes.
To summarize: Almost all
parents feel that they love their
children. But what parents feel
internally must have an
external component in actions
that are loving in order to have
a positive effect on their
children. Parents’ good
intentions are not a substitute
for nurturing love, which can
only be provided by a
psychologically healthy and
independent adult. Both the
intention and the capacity to
love are necessary to sustain
the small child in his or her
growth toward maturity.
The assumption that parents,
especially mothers, have a
“natural” love for their child is a
fundamental part of our belief
system—and the core of family
life and society. Very often this
myth has an adverse effect,
though, in that it leads to a
failure to challenge negative
behaviors within family life. It
also intensifies parents’ guilt.
These guilt feelings further
contaminate the situation for
those individuals who may be
unable, because of their own
upbringing, to provide their
children with the necessary
love and care they need.
Children do need and deserve
love, and we must provide it or
they will suffer emotional pain.
Recent research in the
neurosciences has shown that
the way parents interact (or fail
to interact) with children
becomes hardwired in their
children’s brains, often before
they are capable of formulating
words to describe what they are
experiencing. As they grow
older, children find numerous
ways of defending themselves
in order to relieve or numb
their pain. In the process of
dulling their pain, they close off
many aspects of themselves
and, to varying degrees,
become emotionally deadened.
Indeed, it would be better for
all concerned if the illusion of
unconditional parental love
were withdrawn from the
child‑rearing scene. It serves
no constructive purpose for
parents to conceal their
inadequacies from a child. An
honest acceptance of their
deficiencies would enable both
parent and child to cope with
reality devoid of additional
defensive pressure. With a
lessening of this pressure, and
the subsequent relaxation for
both parent and child, they may
even regain genuine loving
feelings and regard for one
another.
Lastly, children whose parents
have, for the most part,
resolved their issues of trauma
and loss from the past have a
better chance. In
Compassionate Child-Rearing, I
described many parents who
came to understand and feel
for what had happened to them
as children. As a result, they
were able to develop more
compassion for their past, and
for their present-day
limitations. Regaining feeling
for themselves seemed to be
the key element that enabled
them to enjoy closer, more
sensitively attuned interactions
with their children and altered
their child-rearing practices in a
more loving, positive direction.

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7 tips for life

“7 CARDINAL RULES FOR LIFE:
1.) Make peace with your past, so
it won’t
disturb your present.
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2.) What other people think of
you is none of
your business.
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3.) Time heals almost everything.
Give it time.
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4.) No one is in charge of your
happiness Except
you.
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5.) Don’t compare your life to
others and don’t
judge them, you have no idea
what their
journey is all about.
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6.) Stop thinking too much. It’s
alright not to
know the answers. They will
come to you when
you least expect it.
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7.) Smile. You don’t own all the
problems in the
world.
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Successful people

Successful people have two things on their lips,

“Smile and silence”.

Smile can solve problems, while Silence can avoid

problems.

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Sugar and salt may be mixed together but ants

reject the salt and carry away only the sugar.

Select the

right people in life and make your life better and

sweeter. If you failed to achieve your dreams,

change your ways not your Creator.

Remember, trees change their leaves, not their

roots. .

You will never reach your destination if you stop

and throw stones at every dog that barks.

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Haters will see you walking on water and say it’s

because you can’t swim.

Even if you dance on water, Your enemies will

accuse you of raising dust.

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Make it your ambition to lead a quiet life, to mind

your own business and to work with your own

hands

Remember Don’t ever wrestle with a pig. You’ll

both get dirty, but the pig will enjoy it.

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Be wise and be smart!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Commitment and excellence in life

Commitment and Excellence in Life ~ Must Read & Share.
Commitment is the language of the wise, Complaint is the language of the fools.
Commitment is a responsibility and also includes accountability. In life, one should be responsible as well as accountable.
Generally one takes responsibility without accountability; this weakens one’s being.
Our weaknesses result in disappointment. Disappointment should be cremated and not garlanded.
People derive a sadistic pleasure from disappointment. This is a primitive pleasure, like a grownup boy sucking his thumb.
To cremate disappointment, one should strengthen one’s strengths.
The greatest strength comes from the energy of commitment
and brings in excellence in all walks of life.
Few people traverse the road of success without a puncture
or two but it is commitment to excellence that takes them through.
Observe nature and see how other being are committed.
For example, look at an eagle.
From a range of 5 km, it focuses on its prey.
Can we focus on our goals like an eagle?
An eagle does not eat a dead prey.
Can we learn not to live on dead information?
If there is a storm, the eagle can glide on the strong breeze.
It tests its wings and enjoys the storm and the challenges associated with it.
Can we enjoy difficulties and convert them into challenges?
An eagle does not mix with other birds. It soars high on its own.
Can we be part of an average crowd and still soar high on our strengths?
An eagle tests before it trust. Before mating, a female eagle tests its partner.
It picks up a twig, flies high and as the male follows,
it flies around to escape and finally drops the twig.
Before the twig falls on the ground, the male catches the twig and gives it to the female.
It repeats this act.
If a male succeeds in catching the twig consistently,
then it allows mating to take place.
Similarly, like an eagle, can we test before we trust?
Observe the commitment of an eagle in bringing out excellence while choosing a partner first and parenting later.
Bring similar commitment to all walks of life; be it at family, at work, in society or in your spiritual life.
Difficulties are like divine surgery. Do not resist difficulties.
Nature expects us to use our heart and head to discover new and wise skills to fly in life.
Commitment creates integrity. In this state, it is easier to bring forth the excellence in our lives.

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Do you know life fact


DID YOU KNOW – LIFE FACTS.
1. Don’t push someone away and expect them to still be there when you’re ready.
2. It’s so easy for people to believe the worst about you but it’s so hard for people to believe the good about you.
3. When you have someone special in your life, don’t ruin it by making stupid decisions.
4. Love is like two people
pulling a rubber band. If one lets it go, it hurts so much for who held on.
5. A real relationship is all
about appreciating the
similarities, and respecting the differences.
6. Karma has no menu. You get served exactly what you deserve.
7. Things will eventually work out. Keep your head up.