So today’s post is a really simple assignment, where you are invited to share my posts with friends who preferably have no clue about this blog. The reason is simply because I have to hit a certain statistics target for January, and there are only a couple of days left.
So, if you know someone who’s trying to battle boredom in the office, you can share “When Time Doesn’t Pass”. Or if you know someone who just graduated, you can share Reflections on Graduation Day. You can make people appreciate what they have by sharing Blessings We Take For Granted Part 1. Alternatively, you can classify your school mates by checking out Students Classified. Or you can classify your work colleagues by going through Work Colleagues Classified. For a good laugh, you can check out; Overheard at AUS. Or you can open Draw a Heart for a nerdy way of drawing a heart using matlab.
If someone has wronged you and you need inspiration to forgive them, you can check When Will We Learn To Forgive, and If Tomorrow Never Comes(Si Mañana Nunca Llega). Or if you know someone who’s getting married soon you can share “But It’s just One Day”.
You can share by clicking on the Share button below each post that gives you the option of sharing through email, twitter, facebook, linked in, google buzz.
Or you can just share this post.
Quote of The Day;
A couple of hundred years ago, Benjamin Franklin shared with the world the secret of his success. “Never leave that till tomorrow,” he said, “Which you can do today.” This is the man who discovered electricity. You’d think more of us would listen to what he had to say. I don’t know why we put things off, but if I had to guess, I’d say it has a lot to do with fear. Fear of failure. Fear of pain. Fear of rejection. Sometimes the fear is just of making a decision, because what if you’re wrong? What if you make a mistake you can’t undo? Whatever it is we’re afraid of, one thing holds true: that by the time the pain of not doing the thing gets worse than the fear of doing it, it can feel like we’re carrying around a giant tumor. And you thought I was speaking metaphorically