Learning 690

Be a master of all situations.

Don’t be a slave to every passing uncertain happening.

Be strong.

Be bold.

Refuse to be unhappy.



Learning 689

I find there are no good and bad people in this world.

The same person can do something positive, or negative depending on the circumstances.

We are humans, we can do the kindest of deeds and the worst of crimes.

Just make sure you are in a positive space with positive people, bringing out the best in you.

Learning 688

“It didn’t feel good at the time. 

But in life what you do, if you do what is easy, life will be difficult.

But if you do what is difficult, life will be easy.”

Learning 687

It is really beautiful when someone prays for you without you even knowing. It’s the highest form of respect, love and care.

Learning 685

Our brains are remarkably changeable. We can grow new neurons and extend the life of existing ones through changing our thought processes and adapting our behavior.

Understanding the plasticity of our brain means that we have the ability to overcome psychological disorders and recover from physical injury.

Don’t get old, get active.
There’s a risk of getting Alzheimer’s or dementia as we age, even if we can live longer than ever before. Most of us know that the key to warding off degenerative disorders is to stay active, but doing so actually generates and maintains neurons in your brain, which stops it from deteriorating.

To keep your mental and physical faculties in check, choose something challenging like picking up a new language, joining a Tai Chi class, or learning a musical instrument.

Benjamin Franklin provides some inspiration in this camp: he invented bifocal spectacles at the age of 78!

Learn, unlearn and relearn skills, techniques, habits and everything that is required because change is only what is constant in this world.

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