@ MONEY CANT BUY 

Yes, money looms large in our view these days but there are so many things money cannot buy. Money can’t but your essence though many people do not understand this. Kudos for a very good and inspiring post.

LIFE EDITOR

YOU CANT DECIDE WHETHER MONEY REMAIN LONGER OR NOT .MONEY CAN WHETHER STAY OR NOT….ACCORDING TO ME MONEY IS NOT EVERYTHING SOME THINGS ARE PRICELESS AND THATS MONEY CANNOT BE THE GURANTEE OF EVEYTHING YOU CAN CHANGE OR REPLACE … SOME THINGS WE CANT THEY ARE THAT MUCH VALUABLE WE CANNOT BUY …. MONEY CANNOT BUY THESE THINGS ……

MONEY CANNOT CHANGE YOUR PAST BUT YOU CANT CHANGE IT . IT CAN ONLY VHAMGE YOUR LIFE STYLE …… BETTER WAY TO USE MONEY FOR NEEDS ….NOT ON WORTH IMPORTANT DECISIONS OF LIFE …MONEY CANNOT BUY YOUR THINKING..IT CANT LEAD YOU TOWARDS HAPPINESS…. ITS ONLY YOU CAN USE BUT CANT LEAD YOUR PERSONAL DECISIONS….. MONEY CANNOT BUY YOUR EMOTIONS …. IF MONEY TURNS INTO EGO IT DESTROY AND CHANGE EVERYTHING FOR YOU ….FEELINGS YOU EXPRESS MONEY CANT BUY …. MONEY CANT BUY YOUR IDEA AND DREAMS WORTH TRUE …IT DOESNT MADE…

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Daily Dose of Inspiration – Failure is Important 

Failure adds pep to your efforts and actions in being successful. Have you seen a successful individual, he is riding over a lot of failures.

Be Inspired..!!

Instead of seeing failure as something horrible you can start to view it more as a learning experience. When standing in the middle of a failure, you can ask yourself questions like:What’s awesome about this situation?What can I learn from this situation? There is always one lesson or many more in what you may see as a failure. Failure helps you gain experiences you could not get any other way. Ideally, you probably want to learn from other people’s mistakes and failures. That’s not always easy to do though. Sometimes you just have to fail on your own to learn a lesson and to gain an experience no one can relate to you in mere words.

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I Want To Buy Everyone This Book

You made me look forward to getting this. And, if you keep your promise of buying copies for everyone, I am game, just E-mail me and I will send you the address.Lol

iaccidentlyatethewholething

Dear Liz Gilbert,

My sister and I watched Eat Pray Love on opening night. We loved it (as in actually loved it – not just saying “loved it” for exaggeration) because we both adore travel and because we both enjoy food. Of course, we were very fond of its message too. Soon after, we read the book. Your book. Since then, the answer I have given (still give today) to anyone asking, “So. Who is your favourite author?” has been/still is, you.

It was midway through my last year of university, when assignments were becoming lethal that I listened to your famous Ted talk. You talked of creativity in a way I had never heard before. Suddenly, the pressures and anxieties around writing the perfect essay were out the door. Instead, I showed up to my study table, I made time and I worked and I worked and I worked…

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