Motivational Quote/Word/Song/Videos of the Day- 22 Sep 2008


MOTIVATIONAL QUOTE OF THE DAY

“All your life you are told the things you cannot do. All your life they will say you’re not good enough or strong enough or talented enough; they will say you’re the wrong height or the wrong weight or the wrong type to play this or be this or achieve this. THEY WILL TELL YOU NO, a thousand times no, until all the no’s become meaningless. All your life they will tell you no, quite firmly and very quickly.
AND YOU WILL TELL THEM YES.”  -Nike Ad

DANIEL STRINGER- REJECTION, SUCCESS, EMPOWERMENT *******Rejection is tough!  Take it from a girl that auditioned as an actress, singer and model in L.A.  I received a few ‘yes’s’ and many ‘no’s’.  In a sea of beautiful people, it’s hard to be the one that makes the casting directors do a double take.  That’s okay because no matter how many ‘no’s’ you get, you just keep telling them ‘yes’.  Eventually, someone will agree.*******

WORD OF THE DAY

INFELICITY

(noun)
[in’-fi-LIS-i-tee]

1. inappropriate and unpleasing manner or style (especially manner or style of expression): “Uma cares much more about the rhythm of words in a song than their meaning, which often creates infelicity in her lyrics.”

2. something inappropriate

adjective form: infelicitous


Origin:
Approximately 1625; from Latin, ‘infelicitas’: unhappiness, from ‘felix’: happy.

In action:
“Hare is a polemical master stylist. He packs moral rigour into smart bombs of prose and launches them on angular trajectories around political, literary and historical themes before bringing them in to land on their targets, which are promptly annihilated, not in a mushroom cloud of rhetorical thunder but in a puff of bathos. He defends himself with an arsenal of quotation both eclectic and erudite. Not many writers can marshall, for humour’s sake, their favourite infelicity from the writings of Trotsky (a reference to ‘the workers and peasants of New York’) without dropping for a second their guard against dogma. Hare may be of the left, but he builds his barricades centre stage. These essays make you angry, in a good way.”

Rafael Behr. “Passion plays,” [Book Review: ‘Obedience, Struggle and Revolt’ by David Hare] The Observer (September 4, 2005).

TATO SALAD- THE INAPPROPRIATE YOGA GUY  *******Funny stuff…stalker much?  LOL*******

SONG OF THE DAY

KEVIN RUDOLF FEAT. LIL’ WAYNE- LET IT ROCK  *******This song rocks!!!*******

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