Archive: November 2011 Archives » Rovelyn Dela Rosa--Filipina Bonita

Ability

Ability is what you're capable of doing. Motivation determines what you do and your attitude determines how well you do it. Related articles Intrinsic whaaaat? Find and sustain Intrinsic Motivation (reflectozone.wordpress.com) Your Attitude is a Decision (my.psychologytoday.com)

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Being Unique

Remind yourself that you have abilities no one else has!!

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Grey is More than a Colour

In life there are black and white situations but most situations have grey in them, in all situations consider the grey not just the black or white and you will win more frequently!

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Gratitude

Gratitude gives people a long memory, and if you continue coming to people's aid today you will be reaping some huge rewards for a long time to come. Related articles Nouwen and The Discipline of Gratitude (gatheringinlight.com)

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Past and Now

Have faith that the worst is behind you, because it is. Keep moving forward, and leave the past behind. Related articles The Past (throughmymindseyes.wordpress.com) Past Joy, Present Waste (ericmsavage.com)

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Halloween

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Being Perfect

Try to be open-minded about people around you, and hear them out. After all, no one's perfect -- including you. Related articles "True perfection has to be imperfect" (thesilentsoul.wordpress.com) Striving for The Best Within Oneself (socyberty.com)

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Humble Pie

A healthy ego is important, but so is humility. Today, grab a slice of humble pie and dig right in!

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Examine Thyself First

Any search for greater meaning has to start and end within you. Following a confident person's path means you are following a path that is not your own. It's important to go at your own pace in figuring things out.

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Heart and Mind Wide Open

Walk into the room with your mind and heart wide open. It is time to let your warmth and compassion do the talking. They create and inspire much more interesting conversations than analysis and critical thinking ever could.

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