Some 10 Golden Rules of Life

1. Treat people as you want to be treated: not as they have treated you. Be good to people because you are good, not because they are.

    2.Every single thing will pass.

    3.Have more than you show, speak less than you know.

    4. Try to see things from other people’s views: too many people are one sided and instantly bash someone whose opinion is different from theirs.

    5. You never know what kind of impact your words or actions have. Choose them wisely

    6. Exercise!: You only have One body and you are going to be needing it for a very long time, so exercise, no matter how little. Your future self will thank you for it.

    7. Trust your gut no matter what. Be aware of your conscience and don’t doubt your instinct, that stuff can save your life.

    8. To know all is to forgive all.if you could know and understandevery single thingthat had happened to a person or had an influence on their development and choices, you would forgive them anything.Important to stress that forgiving a person is not the same thing as excusing them, or absolving them of their responsibility, or condoning their actions.

    9. Learn from everyone. If you like/respect someone, figure out exactly why, and copy that aspect. If you dislike/do not respect someone, figure out exactly why. Make sure to never do whatever it is that person is doing.

    10. Better to be kind than mean ☺


    Man United vs Leicester City

    Leicester are in danger of slipping into relegation zone and with Manchester United arriving hungry for victory the danger could become too real for current league winners


    After both league games finished 1-1 last season, the Reds have enjoyed better success against the East Midlands outfit this term and are looking for a hat-trick of victories after a 2-1 win in the Community Shield at Wembley last August and a thumping 4-1 success in the Premier League in September, when United were 4-0 up by half-time at Old Trafford.  

    Happy Sunday, Heroes!

    Sundays are One of the best days. Today, you are in absolute control of what you do with your day. 

    Let love fill your heart. Relax, Eat something good. You can choose to spend it alone or with love ones. Since life don’t come with a manual, take this day and write yours! Enforce your strengths and good attitudes! Work on your weaknesses but don’t be too hard on yourself, at the end You are all you’ve got.

    #StayBlessed #StayChill #StayFly

    Always tell the Truth: #wordfortoday

    When it comes to telling the truth, here are two stories: 1) One morning a mother was out shopping when she bumped into her son at a shopping centre. Angry and alarmed that he’d skipped school, she demanded to know why he wasn’t in class. She listened patiently to his explanation and then replied, ‘I’m not accusing you of telling a lie, but I never heard of a school giving time off for good behaviour.’ 2) A dentist with a hypodermic needle in his hand says to a patient sitting in his chair, ‘You might feel a little sting. On the other hand, it might feel as though you have been kicked in the mouth by a mule.’ We smile, but the moral of these two stories is clear. Sometimes the truth hurts – but never as much as being told a lie. When you fail to tell someone the truth because you don’t want to hurt their feelings, you risk hurting them more. Truth is like a mirror; it allows those you love to see themselves as they really are and make the necessary corrections and adjustments. And when you fail to tell the truth about yourself you risk losing your credibility. When that’s gone it may take you a long time to get back, if ever. That’s why the Bible says, ‘Confess your faults one to another, and pray one for another, that ye may be healed’ (James 5:16 KJV). When you open up and share your struggles, you set others free to do the same. And in the process you are both made whole. So, the word for you today is: always tell the truth.
    Ex 25-26Matt 20:17-34


    Sometimes you might read something and the next minute you have totally forgotten what you read. This doesn’t mean your brain is being ineffective; there are so many things your brain does every day, whether you’re conscious of it or not.To easily remember what you read, these four tips would come in handy.


    Make an impression with the text you are reading, picture a scene of it and play it in your mind. You can also highlight those important areas and read them out loud repeatedly.


    It’s easier to rememberevents than to remember what you read, that’s because you associated with the event. You can do that with your reading too. Associate what you’re reading with certain aspects of yourlife, relate it to your lifeand the things going on around you.

    3. RE-READ

    Reading it once might not be enough, read it again and again. Practice makes perfect remember? The more you read andrepeat it to yourself, the better you would remember it.

    4. DISCUSS

    Discussing what you’ve read with someone else or a group of people is probably the surest way to remember whatyou read. If you notice, you easily recollect your discussions with friends and to a large extent remember how each word was said.Discussing what you read is like combining tip one, two and three together.

    Monday Morning Blues

    Contrary to popular opinion, Monday mornings are not the low points of the week. *surprising, right​?. Yeah, same here.

    According to a research carried out in Faculty of Economics and bussiness at the University of Sydney;

    people are asked to remember how they felt in recent weeks past, or to predict how they will feel during the upcoming week, people remember and predict being bummed out on Monday mornings and really happy on Friday evenings,” he said.

    But when Professor Areni and Mitchell Burger of the NTF Group (a marketing consulting firm) asked 351 people about their actual current moods throughout the week, none of these day-of-the-week stereotypes appeared.

    “Monday mornings were not the low point of the week, and although Friday and Saturday evenings were associated with positive moods, they were no better than moods reported on Tuesdays,” said Professor Areni.

    “What we found is that actual moods don’t seem to vary systematically throughout the week. As it turned out, the low point of the week in our data was Wednesday, not Monday.”

    Professor Areni said the day-of-the-week stereotypes stem from a cultural belief that people are generally happier when they are free to choose their activities compared to when they don’t have much options.

    “Monday morning is remembered and predicted to be the worst part of the week because it is the first work day after two days of free time, and because four work days follow before the next period of free time.
    “Likewise, Friday evening is the best part of the week because it marks the beginning of an extended period of free time,” Professor Areni said.

    Have A Great Monday