Early and Often The Best Way to Crush a Craving‏

Got a craving? If you’re going to indulge, do it as early in the day as you can. Why? Because the later you do it, the more you’ll probably need to eat to feel satisfied.. Better Early Than Late. Yep, timing is everything when it comes to feeding a yen. Research shows that our capacityContinue reading “Early and Often The Best Way to Crush a Craving‏”

Short forms in Business Communications

Below are some frequently used short forms in business communication like e-mails, faxes and letters: a.k.a. – also known as On Monday morning, Kay El, a.k.a. The Boss, walked in happily and greeted her assistant, Pee Jay. approx. – approximately Checking her e-mail, Pee Jay read, “Today is the boss’s birthday. Can everyone please slipContinue reading “Short forms in Business Communications”

Do you deserve the title of a MAN?

“The state of knowledge is a state in which man has freed himself from his past, which is self-consciousness. However paradoxical it may seem at first, such a state is the only one which is natural to man, really worthy of that NAME.”                                                                                        – J Krishnamurti “Man does not deserve the title of manContinue reading “Do you deserve the title of a MAN?”

Adversity is better than prosperity

Of course prosperity brings many friends, but adversity filters them, so that you can recognize the real and true friends; Of course prosperity brings Success, but adversity fails you, so that you can recognize your own strengths and weaknesses; Of course prosperity brings happiness, but adversity hurts, so that you can recognize the worth ofContinue reading “Adversity is better than prosperity”

The Paradox of our Age

In these days of fast foods and slow digestions … We have more degrees, but less common sense; more knowledge; but less wisdom; more medicine, but less good health; we have multiplied our possessions, but reduced our values; we have been working hard to weighten our purses; but unfortunately we let our hearts lighten; WeContinue reading “The Paradox of our Age”

I Thirst – Jesus

“When he was dying on the cross Jesus said: ‘I thirst’. Jesus is thirsting for our love, and this is the thirst of everyone, poor and rich alike. We all thirst for the love of others and the meaning of true love is ‘To give until it hurts’.                                                                                                         – Mother Teresa            Continue reading “I Thirst – Jesus”