Dr. Seuss was a literary genius. His intelligence, wit, and talent for translating complex concepts into simple cartoons are what helped him sell over 600 million copies of children books. Growing up as a child who read a lot of books, Dr. Seuss was always a staple in my collection. Books such as the “The Cat in the Hat”, “One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish” and “Green Eggs and Ham” even today bring back those warm fuzzy feelings I got when I read them as a child.
Quotes are very powerful. On the surface, they are just a bunch of words but when you ponder over them they reveal powerful ideas that resonate with your very core. I mean someone did "quote" these words for a reason :). Personally, one of the biggest reasons why I love quotes is because of how relatable they can be.
Goals are what take us forward in life; they are the oxygen to our dreams. They are the first steps to every journey we take and are also our last. It’s very important that you realize the significance and importance of goal-setting and apply this knowledge in your life. Begin with the end in mind. - Stephen Covey
Imagine living in a world where you are surrounded by thousands of people, but still feel completely alone. You can do anything you want and fulfill all of your dreams but no one around you cares. You meet hundreds of people every day but never feel a connection with any of them. Sounds pretty scary, doesn’t it? Without love, there is no life but we tend to take “LOVE” for granted.
Talking about death around most people tends to make them uneasy. Many might even tell out stop while most will just assume you're a morbid person. The truth is that there is only one thing certain in life and that is death. So why shy away from it? Why not use it as motivation? Why not be inspired by it? This article takes a swing at this new way of thinking. Instead of focusing on the now this article teaches you how to be remembered after you die.
Here are a few ways to tell if someone is lying: How is the person talking? If you know how the person usually talks, notice any change in speed. Is he talking faster, a lot slower, noticeably pausing, or even taking a long time to answer? Look for any change from the baseline norm he usually is at Is the person almost frozen? ....