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13.06.2014


13.06.2014 a day that I will always remember … Everyone has a special day, a certain day when they can pinpoint exactly and say: I took a turn. Looking back on your life, you are glad you jumped into the … Continue reading

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Lesson no. 365: I Did It, My Way!


Be one of those people who don’t know how to quit – says Robin Sharma. Only a few of us are. Chase your dreams and follow your heart. Don’t stop when you’re finished, stop when you’re done. Go the extra … Continue reading

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Lesson no. 364: Almost Done


Great things take time and a lot of patience. We know that. We also know that is so easy to quit in the beginning. And we know that along the way, it takes twice the patience to keep it going. … Continue reading

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Lesson no. 363: Don’t Compare!


The worst thing you can ever do to yourself is compare your story to the story of others. They don’t even begin to make sense. Tell that to the weak mind. It can only break you. It harms you. Everyone … Continue reading

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Lesson no. 362: Bad Energy


Bad energy is everywhere. We have to keep away from it and we have to protect ourselves from it all the time. Our body tells us when it is being harmed. We just have to listen to it and protect … Continue reading

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Lesson no. 361: Purely By Chance


We would like to think that we have things under control. We would like to think that it is within our power to change things. Of course we can and of course we have power, but only a limited one. … Continue reading

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Lesson no. 360: Change Of Heart


We all do it sooner or later. It’s what makes us human. It is also what makes us weak. We may feel in a certain way about someone once but over time that can actually change. We forget things. We … Continue reading

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