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  • Mother Shyra 19:25 on 29 November 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Eleanor Roosevelt, , , , , Positivity,   

    Motivational Quote Of The Day – 26 Nov 2011 – It’s All Up To You! 


    Eleanor Roosevelt

    Image by cliff1066™ via Flickr

    “Life is what you make it.  Always has been, always will be.”

    Eleanor Roosevelt 

    *******I used to fear the life I would live as I aged.  I really believed life would always be rough and I would never have happiness or accomplish any goals.  I just existed each day expecting it to remain the same.  But lo and behold, I have accomplished so much this year that it is actually mind-boggling how I got to this point.  I buckled down and told myself I alone have the power to create my future.  What an ego boost that is!  I am actually in control of my life and ultimately responsible for how it turns out.  

    The past is the past and the future is…well that’s up to me.*******

     
  • Mother Shyra 14:25 on 28 August 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Chi, Cops, Court, Creative Visualization, Drunk, , , , , Positivity, Probation, Refractory, Resisting Arrest, Shakti Gawain, , Visualization Techniques,   

    Motivational Quote/Word/Song/Videos of the Day- 28 Aug 2008 


    MOTIVATIONAL QUOTE OF THE DAY

    “If we are basically positive in attitude, expecting and envisioning pleasure, satisfaction and happiness, we will attract and create people, situations and events which conform to our positive expectations.”  -Shakti Gawain, Author of Creative Visualization

    USING VISUALIZATION TO CREATE SUCCESS  *******This is a great visualization technique to get the ball rolling for you.*******

    WORD OF THE DAY

    REFRACTORY

    • \rih-FRAK-tuh-ree\ adjective

    *1 : resisting control or authority : stubborn, unmanageable
    2 a : resistant to treatment or cure
    b : unresponsive to stimulus
    c : immune, insusceptible
    3 : difficult to fuse, corrode, or draw out; especially : capable of enduring high temperature

    Example Sentence:

    Refractory students may be disciplined, suspended, or expelled, depending on the seriousness of their offense.

    Did you know?

    “Refractory” is from the Latin word “refractarius.” During the 17th century, it was sometimes spelled as “refractary,” but that spelling, though more in keeping with its Latin parent, had fallen out of use by the century’s end. “Refractarius,” like “refractory,” is the result of a slight variation in spelling. It stems from the Latin verb “refragari,” meaning “to oppose.”

    *Indicates the sense illustrated in the example sentence.

    MAN FIGHTS COP, THEN RUNS, GETS TASED  *******Well he should be thirsty after all of that!  It’s just not a good idea to resist arrest.*******

    And for those of you that have more time…

    DRUNK RESISTING ARREST-FUNNY VIDEO  *******This dude is a true lunatic!  At least his Chi is flowing!  LOL*******

    SONG OF THE DAY

    SARA BAREILLES-LOVE SONG  *******Although it may seem like it, Sara didn’t write this song for a man.  This is the song that spilled out of her when she was fuming after Sony asked her to write a love song for her album.  You push her, you get a hit…keep pushing Sony!*******

     
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