Tuesday

Think Big

Think big
T = Talent
Learn to recognize and accept your God-given talents (and we all have them). Develop those talents and use them in the career you choose. Remembering T for talent puts you far ahead of the game if you take advantage of what God gives you.
T also = TIME
Learn the importance of time. When you are always on time, people can depend on you. You prove your trustworthiness. Learn not to waste time, because time is money and time is effort. Time usage is also talent. God gives some people the ability to manage time. The rest of us have to learn how. And we can!
H = HOPE
Don’t go around with a long face, expecting something bad to happen. Anticipate good things; watch them.
H also = HONESTY
When you do anything dishonest, you must do something else dishonest to cover up, and your life becomes hopelessly complex. The same with telling lies. If you’re honest, you don’t have to remember what you said thee last time. Speaking the truth each time makes life amazingly simple.
I = INSIGIHT
Listen and learn from people who have already been where you want to go. Benefit form their mistakes instead of repeating them. read good books like the Bible because they open up new worlds of understanding.
N = NICE
Be nice to people – all people. If you’ve nice to people, they’ll be nice to you. It takes much less energy to be nice than it does to be mean. Being kind, friendly, and helpful takes less energy and relieves much of the pressure


Things Mummy and Daddy do that I don’t like

Things Mummy and Daddy do that I don’t like

1. Name Calling

2. They treat me as if am still a kid.

3. They are over protective; they cage you in the house too much.

4. Verbal Abuses which could be quite painful, especially in front of my friends and other people. They use me as entertainment in front of visitors.

5. When I do something wrong, I first get verbally abused before being corrected, rather than blessing, I get abused.

6. Consistent Shouting and Nagging (Especially from Mummy)

7. Dad getting angry at the slightest provocation or mistakes. They don’t bother to find out what went wrong.

8. Trust- (especially Dad, he doesn’t believe most things I tell him, he always thinks am lying)

9. They are never honest with me

10. Mum thinks am not smart enough for her.

11. They pick up little issues and make a big deal out of it.

12. They don’t appreciate anything I do.

13. Always breathing down my neck and wanting to know everything

14. Physical beating.

15. Stopping me from playing especially going out to play football

16. They don’t make birthdays and Christmas special. They don’t buy gifts

17. They think I hate them, because I behave differently from a child.

18. The behave as if they did not listen to non Christian music during their own teenage years, agreed times have changed

19. Though they claim they have forgiven me when I make mistakes, they still use those things to taunt me and I hate it, as in ‘hate it’. (They don’t let go of the past)

20. They don’t give me enough freedom. Always wanting to know what I am doing and everything about me.

21. Dad always objects when I ask for money and wants to know what I want the money for.

22. Dad is always funny as such you don’t know when he is serious or not. Then you get punished for what you don’t expect to get punished for.

23. They are not considerate; they take their words as the final conclusion without taking into account your own views.

24. They compare me with others. Mum always wants us to be like some other families or kids.

25. Sometimes they make me feel like am not their child

26. They take out their work frustrations on me.

27. They are always very judgemental.

28. Every boy I talk to is my boyfriend in the sense that I am dating him. If they see me with money, they always claim it’s a boy that gave me.

29. They think midnight calls are always to talk to boys/boyfriends.

30. I don’t like them telling me what to do.

31. They don’t spend time with me, they are always going out and they don’t pay attention when I talk to them.

32. They jump to conclusions and ask all sorts of questions. Always very authoritarian and they don’t listen to my point of view.

33. They are alarmists, always taking things beyond measure.

34. Calling me pet names in public,

35. Siding teachers and elders accusing me of something without asking for my own point of view.

36. I don’t like how my Daddy treats my Mummy, they always quarrel and I don’t like that.

37. They don’t allow me some privacy; they always want me around them which would not always be so.

38. They (especially my mum) always like going through my phone messages and i don’t know why.

39. My father never looks at my results; he always pushes it to my Mum.

40. Dad doesn’t call me on the phone often.

41. They make me look stupid

42. My dad SUCKS!!!!

43. They don’t allow me to visit my friends and my friends to visit me. Even when they allow, they always watch the time for me.

44. They should stop lying to me.

45. Forcing me to do thongs i don’t want to do, or go to where i don’t want to go.

46. They don’t keep their promises.

47. Showing preference for my siblings than I

48. They think am not matured enough to take care of myself.


Things I want Mummy and Daddy to understand about me

1. I don’t like staying indoors for long spells. I am old enough to stay out on my own.

2. There is a limit to the work the body can take.

3. That I need my privacy and sometimes like to be left alone. Being alone in the room does not mean I am fighting with anyone.

4. That am old enough to make my decisions especially about the friends I keep. I don’t want to be treated like a baby or caged home like a prisoner.

5. That no one is perfect, so when I make mistakes, they should correct me in love and let it lie. I know the difference between good and bad, right and wrong.

6. That I want my own space and do things on my own.

7. That I am not a child anymore and don’t want to be around them all the time.

8. They should understand that I can choose my friends and stop asking who is this and that, and what state are they from etc.

9. That I can take care of myself.

10. The need to understand how to deal with their children and not shout us down all the time. That I don’t get anything they say when they shout too much.

11. They should stop telling me what to do.

12. They should understand that it annoys me when they compare me with someone else whenever they are correcting me or I do something wrong.

13. They don’t need to monitor me.

14. They need to understand that I would like to make them proud and won’t depart from the path of the training they have given me. That if they give me the chance and encouragement they would be the happiest parents on earth.

15. That the more they hold me down the more I lack confidence.

16. That I learn from my mistakes and don’t need to be reminded every time. They should stop bringing the past when scolding about the present.

17. That I can’t be forced to do anything, if I am interested I would, but if I am not I should not be forced.

18. That whenever I go out, it does not mean I went to see a secret friend.

19. They should stop taking little issues and blowing them out of proportion.

20. That I think and plan a lot about my future, they should give me the opportunity and encouragement.

21. To take time and understand my type of person.

22. That, things are not as easy as they see or say.

23. That I hate to be disturbed especially when reading or doing my assignments.

24. Turning me into a punching bag is not the best answer; it only gets me more annoyed.

25. It takes time to improve; they need to keep supporting me.

26. I want them to understand that I hate eating Eba.

27. That I like buying my clothes myself.

28. They should acknowledge my talents.

29. That embracing or hugging someone of the opposite sex does not mean you are in a relationship.

30. They need to get the full context of situation and not just judge on face value.

31. They need to understand the need to respect my telephone privacy and stop asking me who am talking to on the phone all the time.

32. That I am very sensitive to verbal abuses. I get depressed and I think a lot about them.

33. I like listening to loud music.

34. I don’t like to be embarrassed in public.

35. They need to provide my needs.

36. They should not be too strict or beat me all the time.

37. That if they are really not there, I can take care of myself.

Sunday

What the rich do that the poor don't

I have two friends, one of my friends is rich and the other one is poor. They are both great people and fun to spend time with but my rich friend does different things than my poor friend. This is why he is rich and why my other friend is poor. I want to share with you what the rich do that makes them rich and what the poor don't do.

The Rich Invest In Their Education

My rich friend is always investing in his financial education. He is constantly reading books on how to invest and how to become rich. It seems that every time I spend time with my rich friend he has learned something new about money that is going to make him richer. This financially education allows him to invest with less rich and allows him to get greater returns for his money. My poor friend does not educate himself financially and refuses to learn anything about how to become rich.

The Rich Spend Their Money Wisely

My rich friend spends his money wisely. He is constantly using his money to purchase assets (such as positive cash flow real estate) that put money into his pocket each and every month. He understand the importance of buying assets that generate him income and he diligently searches for these assets and buys them. Once he has bought his assets he then has more than enough income to buy fun things like new clothes and new gadgets. My poor friend doesn't spend his money wisely. Whenever he gets his government payment he immediately goes out and spends it on things that decrease in value such as new clothes, new watches and new gadgets. He then has no money left over to buy assets that will increase his wealth.

The Rich Get Rich In Their Spare Time

My rich friend currently works a full time job while he is becoming rich enough to stop working. Though he gets paid a decent wage he doesn't get rich while he is at work. He gets rich in his spare time. My rich friend spends his free time educating himself and looking for great investment deals and ways to make more money. He understands that he won't get rich working for someone else so he uses his spare time to make himself rich. My poor friend doesn't use his spare time well. He doesn't work at all so he has as much spare time as he wants, but he uses his spare time on things like games, excessive sleeping and surfing the internet. My rich friend is getting richer and my poor friend is still just as poor as he was a few years ago.

The rich do things that the poor don't and that is why they become rich and why the poor stay poor. If you want to become rich then you need to do what my rich friend does.

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Never leave your drink unattended at parties

people, this scares me......and if you are the type that likes partying, watch carefully. God help us. TAKE UR CHANCE....IN THIS WORLD,ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE! For those who have daughters, nieces, friends whom you care a lot..........Rophynol is medically use as an anaesthetic drug so patients do not have the memory of pain during surgeries........and it is tasteless, colourless and easily abuse by many for date rape! A TERRIFYING AND HORRID THOUGHT! A woman at the nightclub in Cobar, Singapore on Saturday night was taken by 5 men, who according to hospital and police reports, gang raped her before dumping her. Unable to remember the events of the evening, tests later confirmed the repeated rape along with traces of Rohypnol in her blood, with Progesterex,

which is essentially a small sterilization pill. This drug is now being used by rapists at parties to rape and sterilize their victims. Progesterex is available to vets to sterilize large animals. Rumor has it that Progesterex is being used together with Rohypnol, the date rape drug. As with Rohypnol, all they have to do is drop it into the girls drink. The girl can't remember a thing the next morning, of all that had taken place the night before. Progesterex, which dissolves in drinks just as easily, is such that the victim doesn't conceive from the rape and the rapist needn't worry about having a paternity test identifying him months later. The drugs effects are not temporary- They are permanent! Progesterex was designed to sterilize horses. Any female

who takes it will never be able to conceive. The bastards can get this drug from anyone who is in vet school or any university. It's that easy, and Progesterex is about to break out big every where. Believe it or not, there are even sites on the Internet telling people how to use it.

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