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Something Amazing 2.0

The practice of Palmistry has its origin in South-East Asia and has been prevalent in India, China, Tibet and surrounding areas. Reading the lines on our palms, practitioners can foretell what the future has in store for us.

And guess what? It’s easy to know about our love and marriage life by Palmistry simply by placing our palms together and identifying the position of our palm lines.

Curious to know about the future of your love life? Let’s do this fun exercise.

To know what the future has in store for you, place the palms of your right and left hand together in front of you and compare the palm lines right below the fingers.

This is how the lines are interpreted:

1. The line on left palm is higher: If the line on the left palm is higher than the right, it means you are a fighter for love. You are passionate and bold enough to fight for your love. It also signifies you are blessed with beauty.

2. The line on the right palm is higher: If the line on the right palm is higher than the left, it means you are an old soul who feels comfortable in the presence of older people. Hence, when it comes to marriage, you are most likely to marry a person older to you. You are not someone who will abide by the traditional way of thinking. Upfront and straightforward, you can see through a person no matter in what way they present themselves to you.

3. Both the lines are perfectly aligned and they show a perfect curve: If both the lines are perfectly aligned and they form a perfect curve, it means you have a childish heart. You are an empathetic person. Your sensitivity touches others and people depend on you when they need someone to listen to their pain. You will always choose a partner who is accepted by your family and friends. You feel uncomfortable by any change in your life, be it major or minor but no matter what happens, you fight through the obstacles and in the end, emerge out as a better and stronger person.

Source: http://www.themindsjournal.com

Family, Relationships, Save and Invest, Things Money Can't Buy

Needs and Wants

There is a difference between NEEDS and WANTS. My kids WANT me, and not just to provide for their NEEDS. You may have someone who NEEDS you and really WANTS you not only for what you can provide but because you are wanted for who and what you are. These kinds of WANTS are not bad.

There have been times when I had to walk away or even forced from what I WANTED only to end in a place where I get what I NEEDED. Things always turn out best for those who will make the best of the way things turn out.

As the good book would say, “and we know that God causes all things to work together for good to those who love God, to those who are called according to His purpose.”

The Right Choice, Things Money Can't Buy

Make Things Right

Some people are not really angry, they are really hurt. Determine the difference and know the reason why. And if we happen to be the reason, would be good for us to clarify and make things right?

Saying sorry is a good start. Many people know how to say it. And it’s not hard really. But here is the deal, the word sorry when said means very little, it is what is done after that truly counts.

True apologies always accompany the obligation to make things right and to return things taken. When these are not there then the sorry does not mean a single thing.

We have to make the hard but right decisions. Do what is right. The end result of this is peace of mind and preservation of dignity. These things really matter.

Gratitude, Happiness, Humility, ISA for All, Life Lessons, Things Money Can't Buy

Love God More

The right idea for life and living is not to love things less but to love God more. Self deprivation is not a virtue but self gratification is. And the more our love for God increases the more it loosens our love and hold for money and things. The year is almost over, it’s a good time for us to assess what or who we love more.

The older I get the more I realise how true this is: That I can never boast about my love for God because I fail Him on a regular basis. But I can brag about His love for me because He Never Fails! This realization is also one of the most liberating experience one can ever have in HIM; that we do not and cannot “earn” His Love. But that He loves us because He is love. And that we respond by knowing Him and doing what He says.

Measuring life by what others do to us may disappoint us. But measuring life by what we do to others will add more meaning to our life. The key here is to cultivate gratitude and make it a life mission to help others. This is what brings joy to life and living.

The Right Choice, Think Positive

Something Amazing

A wise person observed that dogs look down when they know they have done something wrong. But a snake will look you right in the eye. Deep in meaning. Brings a lot of unpleasant memories of trusting people who looked at you right in the eye, even when they were lying and cheating you.

This happens in business and in relationships as well. Be careful and think. Do not let emotions overpower reason. And do not be enamoured by charm alone. Be wise and be honest at all times even if others are not.

When the wrong people leave our world then the right things in our life begins to happen. This is why the person or persons we associate with can be the wind beneath our wings or the anchor around our feet. Let’s think carefully and act accordingly.

Achieving Dream, Happiness, Purpose, Relationships

The Right Company

Hang out with people who force you to level up. We normally do not like them but we need them. And then there are people we need to disappoint. These are the people who want to see us fail. Instead of expending time and energy in anger and bitterness, channel the same into being excellent to prove them wrong. As we succeed… just be quiet. Thank God for His mercy. And let success announce the results for us.

People who are wise are not necessarily silent people. But they have determined when the right time it is to be. The not so wise do not have this skill. They just open their mouths and a lot of useless things begin to flow out of it. We need to develop skilful communication and to be careful with every word we say.

Know this for a fact. Only a few people in our life really care. The others are just curious. So if we have to live our life concerned with what other people say or do, then we would not be happy. Just do what is right and stick to it.

Achieving Dream, Fight or Flight, Humility, Life Lessons

Two Lines

There are two lines that merit our careful consideration. The starting line and the finish line. Starting something is easy and most manage that part just fine. Finishing well is more challenging and demands diligence and responsibility. Anyone can commit to do something but it takes a committed person to actually get it done.

Faithfulness can’t be measured at the starting line but becomes obvious to all at the finish line. So replace good intentions with meaningful action and stick to it until you finish well. This applies to work, business and most importantly in relationships.

Don’t stop when you’re tired, stop when you’re done.

Humility, Most Valuable Things, Purpose

Track Record

Judge people by their actions and you will never be fooled by their words. The track record of a person’s behavior reveal the true character. I believe this is true. Whether in business or relationship, this principle applies.

Before doing business with anyone, remember what a wise person said: “I don’t trust words. I even question actions but I never doubt patterns.” A person’s track record and pattern of behaviour over the years are the surest, most reliable indications of a person’s character. It is imperative to do due diligence. Search and research into the person’s history of behaviour. This way you would avoid loss. Your loss. And while we are in it, we need to make sure we showcase integrity in all of our dealings.