1. Don’t chase people. Be you, do your own thing
and work hard. The right people who belong in
your life will come to you, and stay.
2. The couples that are meant to be, are the ones
who go through everything that is meant to tear
them apart, and come out even stronger.
3. Overthinking is what kills you.
4. Don’t feel sad over someone who gave up on
you, feel sorry for them because they gave up on
someone who would have never given up on
5. The people that we love the most are the ones
who make us cry the hardest.
6. If you truly know yourself, you won’t be
harmed by what is said about you.
7. Moving on doesn’t mean forgetting, it means
you choose happiness over hurt.
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MEN JUST BE REAL !! !! !! !! !! !! !! !! !!
1. You’re here losing sleep over a girl who’s
probably sleeping just fine with another guy.
2. You’re staring at your phone waiting for a
text from a girl who’s probably having deep
conversations with another guy.
3. You’re posting subliminal status’s about a girl
who’s probably too busy paying attention to
another guy’s profile to read them.
4. You’re crying over a girl who’s probably
making another guy smile right now.
If you’re not the guy she gives her all to, then
she’s not the girl you should be stressing
Think twice and Be a Real Man !
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20 LIFE LESSONS
1. People who want to be with you will find a
way. Seek, but don’t chase.
2. Don’t allow abuse or disrespect. You are
valuable and deserve respect.
3. Spend time with happiness givers not
4. Feel the fear and do it anyway.
5. Own your truth and stay out of denial.
6. Be present and stay present. Awareness is key.
7. Your needs have value; don’t ignore them.
8. Achieving dreams requires action. Take steps
9. Stop trying to be anything but you.
10. You are not your past. Don’t go there; let it
11. Forgive yourself.
12. Mistakes are not bad; they teach us valuable
13. Doing something is better than doing nothing.
14. Trying has a higher probability of resulting in
success than not trying at all or quitting.
15. Be grateful. You have received many gifts.
16. Be responsible; only you control your actions.
17. You are stronger than you think.
18. You always have a choice in your response
and attitude. Choose wisely.
19. Love is all around. You just have to choose
to see it.
20. Nothing ventured, nothing gained.
TO ALL LADIES.
1.Success is not sexually transmitted, so stop
sleeping with successful men and work hard.
2. Please do not wear the same weave for nine
months, its not pregnancy.
3. Half naked girls are hot, well dressed girls are
beautiful, hell is hot, heaven is beautiful.
4. Stop saying you cannot date a man who lives
with his mother yet your dating a man who lives
with his wife.
5. Do not look at what a guy drives but what
6. Before You call a guy ugly, remember 95% of
Your beauty can be removed by a towel.
7. When you were in campus you dated married
men, when you get married you say you cant
share a man, relax ma sister its pay time.
8. Lastly learn to call and consult God and not
5Point Godly Spouse Checklist for Men
I recently took my car into the shop for an oil change and tire rotation. In the midst of the mechanic’s “30-point inspection,” he, of course, found a couple more things that he recommended I take care of. Doesn’t that seem to happen every time? As a part of routine maintenance, our vehicles need to be inspected. Someone, whether it’s you or the mechanic, should be going over these checklists. Sometimes everything checks out okay. Other times, a problem could be discovered that would spell disaster down the road.
In the same way, our marriages regularly need service. A tune-up from time to time can help us prepare for the journey ahead. Our “owner’s manual” (God’s Word) has a lot for us to grab onto to help us be godly husbands. I believe that if our lives are right, our marriages stand a better chance. One of my favorite tests of whether or not we are living a godly life is the passage in Galatians 5 about the fruits of the Spirit: “But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control; against such things there is no law.” (Galatians 5:22-23)
When we can see these fruits of the Spirit in our lives, I’m convinced we will thrive the way God intended. As a results, we’ll be the godly men – and husbands – God has called us to be. Men, here’s a 10-point checklist for us to ensure we are being a godly spouse.
1. Walk by the Spirit.
“But I say, walk by the Spirit, and you will not gratify the desires of the flesh.” (Galatians 5:16)
This is what it’s all about! We were created to bring glory to God. We were designed to live in fellowship with Him. When our lives are fully surrendered to God, we allow ourselves to be led by the Holy Spirit. (See Romans 8:14.) There’s a constant battle raging between Spirit and flesh, and we must choose to surrender to the Spirit and allow Him to control our actions.
This isn’t just a marriage conversation, this is a life conversation. We won’t have the marriage God intended unless we are right in our relationship with Him first. You may have heard this said at a wedding ceremony: “It takes three to make a marriage: God, husband, and wife.” Start with your relationship with God, and He’ll help with your relationship with your wife.
2. Be loving.
“If I speak in the tongues of men or of angels, but do not have love, I am only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal.” (1 Corinthians 13:1)
The love chapter in the Bible (1 Corinthians 13) is often read at wedding ceremonies. It makes sense; love is in the air. It’s easy to talk about love on your wedding day. But, what about during the days and the years ahead? The love chapter goes on to give a roadmap for love (verses 4-7). In other words, it shows us how to go about it, not just talk about it.
One of my favorite verses about love comes the recorded words of Jesus found in John 15:13:
“Greater love has no one than this, that someone lay down his life for his friends.” For me, that really hits home. It points to the one thing I, and likely many of us, need to lose in our marriages: ourselves. If we are really loving our spouses well, we are laying down ourselves – our own wishes, wants, needs and desires. Every successful marriage needs two selfless people, each valuing the needs of their spouse above their own. That’s true love.
3. Be joyful, and be a joy-filler.
“A joyful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones.” (Proverbs 17:22 )
Have you ever been around a really joyful person? It’s contagious. Joy is the antidote to depression. Joy is not mere happiness. Happiness is a mood. Joy is a mode. I love Kay Warren’s definition of joy: “Joy is the settled assurance that God is in control of all the details of my life, the quiet confidence that ultimately everything is going to be alright, and the determined choice to praise God in every situation.”
So, where does our joy come from? It comes the hope found in a relationship with Christ. “May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, so that by the power of the Holy Spirit you may abound in hope.” (Romans 15:13) When we are filled with hope and joy, it’s easy for it to spill over into our marriages. And, when we are joy-filled, it’s easier for our spouses to be also.
4. Be a peacemaker.
“Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God.” (Matthew 5:9)
So many of us have become uninterested in examining an opposing viewpoint. We live in a world of social media hot takes. People scream at each other on cable news shows and talk radio. Today, our main goal, it seems, is to be heard, not to listen. Men, we are called to be leaders in our homes. And, there’s something to be said of being steadfast in our beliefs and principles. But, God doesn’t call us to be jerks. When our “boldness” is interpreted as “coldness,” we aren’t doing it right.
A Godly spouse has the ability to listen earnestly. Decisions in the household are made together, peaceably. You can’t control how your wife responds. But, you can control the example you set in your home. Paul encourages us in this: “If possible, so far as it depends on you, live peaceably with all.” (Romans 12:18 )
5. Show patience.
“A hot-tempered man stirs up strife, but he who is slow to anger quiets contention.” (Proverbs 15:18 )
Patience is not my strong suit. Sometimes, I’m easily frustrated by small things like traffic jams, slowly loading computer screens or repeatedly inquisitive children. A lack of patience, at its core, is simply selfishness. It is regarding one’s self as more important than another. Our own time is more valuable than someone else’s. And, selfishness, when it’s present in a marriage, is a disease. When it infiltrates a relationship, the only possible result is decay. Where “selfish ambition exists, there will be disorder and every vile practice.” (James 3:16 )
On the other hand, patience is showing complete selflessness. Your wishes and wants no longer take top priority. In a marriage, patience sometimes means you relinquish the role of the headliner, in lieu of becoming a supporting cast member.
1. The best kind of relationship is when they’re not only your lover, but your best friend too.
2. Being happy doesn’t mean things are perfect. It just means you’ve decided to look beyond the imperfections.
3. Never ignore a person who loves and cares for you, because one day you may realize that you’ve lost the moon while counting the stars.
4. You have to be loyal if you want something real.
5. Be careful. The ones that make you smile are the same ones that can shatter your heart.
6. If someone messes up, let it go. If they keep messing up, let them go.
7. Regret nothing and don’t let people bring you down.
Everything Happens For a Reason
Sometimes people come into your life and you know right away that they were meant to be there, they serve some sort of purpose, teach you a lesson or help figure out who you are or who you want to become.
You never know who these people may be; your roommate, your neighbor, professor, long lost friend, lover or even a complete stranger who, when you lock eyes with them, you know that very moment that they will affect your life in some profound way.
And sometimes things happen to you and at the time they seem horrible, painful and unfair, but in reflection you realize that without overcoming those obstacles you would never have realized your potential, strength, will power of heart.
Everything happens for a reason. Nothing happens by chance or by means of good or bad luck. Illness, injury, love, lost moments or true greatness and sheer stupidity all occur to test the limits of the soul.
Without these small tests, if they be events, illnesses or relationships, life would be like a smooth paved, straight, flat road to nowhere. Safe and comfortable but dull and utterly pointless.
The people you meet who affect your life and successes and downfalls you experience, they are the ones who create who you are. Even the bad experience can be learned from… Those lessons are the hardest and probably the most important ones.
If someone hurts you, betrays you, or breaks your heart… forgive them, for they have helped you learn about trust and the importance of being cautious to whom you open your heart.
If someone loves you, love them back unconditionally, not only because they love you, but because they are teaching you to love and opening your heart and eyes to things you would have never seen or felt without them.
Make every day count. Appreciate every moment and take from it everything that you possibly can, for you may never be able to experience it again. Talk to people you have never talked to before, and actually listen, let yourself fall in love, break free and set your sights high. You can make of your life anything you wish. Create your own life and then go out and live it.
I wish you all the best in your endeavors as well as struggles in life. Have a fighting spirit and never hesitate to get back in the struggle!
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