Don’t be too worried for having too many things unaccomplished. Make a deal; accomplish only one thing; one special thing today. Repeat this tomorrow. It will amaze you how much you’ll get done in a week!
This two quotes make me laugh
“Andre Linoge: Born in lust, turn to dust. Born in sin, COME ON IN.” (Stephen King on Storm of the Century)
“We are on location, not on vacation”
(Unnatural 2015 Film)
Everyday when I read it or I repeat it makes me laugh it’s kind a joke. The first one is a killer joke, the second one is…(you guess from who is this joke!)
We want a fresh start only because we didn’t sufficiently care for the last fresh start.
You are doomed to a life that will repeat itself again and again, as do all lives-for lives are static things, readings of already written papers-but whereas some men are fortunate to repeat a good pattern, others have the opposite luck-and you can surely see by now that your life is doomed to this same humiliation, endlessly repeated.
If you repeat something enough times, you will learn it. That’s how it works!
Math is made for idiots, here is what is the proccess in math class. The teacher show you few exercises, show you the formula, show you the way, say everything about the exercises and then she tell you to solve problems. So as for me the proccess is REPEAT!
Everything turns in circles and spirals with the cosmic heart until infinity. Everything has a vibration that spirals inward or outward – and everything turns together in the same direction at the same time. This vibration keeps going: it becomes born and expands or closes and destructs – only to repeat the cycle again in opposite current. Like a lotus, it opens or closes, dies and is born again. Such is also the story of the sun and moon, of me and you. Nothing truly dies. All energy simply transforms.
Never wake up waiting to hear a command from someone before you make a move; be responsible! Never repeat what made you to waste an hour of yesterday; be accountable!
For wisdom: read your Bible repeatedly and apply its truths often.
Good parents use the mistakes they did in the past when they were young to advice the children God gave to them to prevent them from repeating those mistakes again. However, bad parents always want to be seen as right and appear “angelic and saintly” as if they never had horrible youth days.