Friday, 10 October 2014
We all see things in the world we wish we could change but how many of us try to fix any of them. Some problems can be fixed, Are you up to the challenge of fixing something that you'd normally complain about and then say "IT'S NOT UP TO ME TO FIX IT ANYWAY" ?.
Wednesday, 8 October 2014
Tuesday, 7 October 2014
The more of a closed mind you have the less of life you've chosen to let in. If you've closed your mind to certain possibilities because the chances are low and not probable, then you may as well close your mind to the miracles that happen in our every day life. Life is made up of moments that challenge what we consider possible whether you just see them as serendipity moments or you believe them to be much more then random events in our life, its hard to deny that we are flying blind in what we know about life. Our rational mind has convinced us that the easier explanation must be the answer but our curiosity side strives to know more about the meaning behind the our unanswered question. Its this part of us that keeps our mind open and transforms the impossible into the possible, but what our cynical minds cant fathom is that you'll need to put a little blind faith in the things you might not understand unless you want to overlook the affects of the possible circumstances that you never planned for. Its sometimes the smallest things that you have overlooked that can cause the biggest impact in our lives, so keep your mind curious and open to the probable and you will be free to see what others fail to appreciate.
Uniforms in a workplace can help people work out who's in charge, but it also has the power to turn a relaxed environment into a stuffy one. Without the proper uniform you would just think two people were having a conversation. This may not work in all working environments but sometimes a name tag is enough to direct you to the right person without feeling you've have to change how you communicate with someone because they are the authority.
There is more strength in admitting you have a weakness, then attempting to fool others by denying you have any weakness's. Spending most of your time acting childish but being serious when making big decisions is much more mature than being serious all the time and making rushed decisions when you should of put your priorities in order.