Pace it, then ace it.
A visual expression on how I felt after submitting my last assignment for the academic year. This is famously known as the “Mom? Dad? Friends?” meme.
Alexandria was deaf from birth. She lives a melancholic life without having the privilege of hearing birds chirping in the morning and cricket of night insects when she’s in her garden at night.
One day, alone in her basement, she heard a squeak and she screamed, and her deafening scream became louder and more intense when she hears the sound of her scream for the first time.
The bald man who lives alone in his home,
found a strand of hair in his room.
Back in 2011 when I first started my interest in human psychology, I fed my inquisitive mind through NLP (Neuro-linguistic programming) and psychology books including Stumbling On Happiness by Daniel Gilbert. One of my favourites.
I urged myself since then, to question every questions, and question every answers, so to have a perspicuous idea of things.
Please allocate 20 minutes of your busy schedule to learn about the surprising science of happiness. It will be worthwhile, to just spend 1/72 of the time you have in a day, to have a possible enhancement on how you see things in life for probably the next 72 years.
At the present time, desired dancing are often with heavy bass music accompanied with grinding in a dimly lit club that extorts your financials with every purchase of beverage you make.
Let’s get the lost art of slow dancing back.
Stop grinding to their asses, and start dancing appreciatively to her presence.
With dismal weather comes the realization of the soft comfort of pants resting on your gentle skin.