Re-blog: Ten ETs*

Do you need the most simplest and down to Earth list of Do’s and Don’ts for succeeding in life?

Then here’s a little Friday gift for you!

Courtesy of Karina Pinella, this list is as simple as you can think but as I believe, and I’m sure you also, words do weigh more than anything else we know.

Many thanks to Karina for sharing this amazing set of gems 🙂

Karina Pinella

*Empowering Tenets

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  1. Choose to appreciate over being an ingrate
  2. Avoid being a fool wherever you rule
  3. Give while you live
  4. Listen without condition
  5. Aspire to inspire
  6. Leave lots of latitude when encountering attitude
  7. Strive to thrive
  8. Choose to recycle before using a waste receptacle
  9. Provide no resistance to those needing assistance
  10. Only be a quitter when holding on to the bitter

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Re-blog: Let’s Meet at the Horizon

There’s more to day and night than we know.

They shape up our daily lives and the world we live in like nothing else. They take their turn in timely manner to give us the gift of life.

And this weighs much more than we can think of.

Many thanks to Aysa for sharing this lovely take by an old man about how a day turns into night, only to return back.

A tremendous excitement begins as the day ends.

The excitement of two powerful forces attracted to each other.

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Re-blog: Muslim volunteers help so Christians can attend Church on Christmas Eve

Just when few sense-less tweets of a certain president make you feel uncomfortable and put doubts in your mind about the future of humanity, finding about an act of kindness from unknown corner of the world restores your faith in mankind.

Many thanks to JoAnna for sharing this story about Muslim volunteers who help a Christian pastor this Christmas Eve.

Our world is full of such kindness, not just with nonsense of a high ranking individual.

Anything is Possible!

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Salem United Church of Christ normally provides meals and shelter every Sunday night for homeless women and children. But since Christmas eve was on a Sunday, they didn’t know how they’d be able to attend Christmas Eve church and meet their usual rotation in the BEDS plus homeless program. When the pastor shared this dilemma with an interfaith association, Karen Danielson, of the Bridgeview Mosque Foundation offered the services of Muslim volunteers.

This story demonstrates one more example of how we are stronger together:

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