6 Keys to SUCCESS

1. Attitude
Bloom where you are planted. You have a choice to get back up after temporary set backs. Attitude is a small thing that makes a big difference!
2. Direction
If you don’t know where you are going, any road will get you there. Write your short term goals down on paper. I have discovered and continue to discover that putting your dreams and goals down on paper lock in or focus your belief that they can be achieved–even if you have to take a course correction in achieving your goals. Success comes in cans, failure comes in can’ts.
3. Values
Explore what is important to you. Maybe it is family, friends, your spirituality or working hard at any given task. I can assure you that your priorities will change as you grow older. Very important that you value yourself and treat yourself like the valuable gift from God that you are.
4. Interests
Birds of a feather flock together. This is to say that if you are hanging around winners or others with a “can do” mind-set, you’ll likely adapt to this same kind of thinking. Remember–“SUCCESS LEAVES CLUES!
5. Commitment
Feelings may change, commitments do not. “Success is getting up one more time than you fall.” I have often wanted to give up, and then I must think to myself about what the consequences of giving up will be. Generally, this is more than enough of a motivation to make us stick to the task at hand even if we don’t feel like it. When the task is achieved, Whow!–IT FEELS GREAT!
6. Encouragement
Be an encourager and comforter to friends that are feeling discouraged. I promise that you will not regret this as you will be encouraged by one, if not many, when you are feeling down. Encouragement and love are contagious qualities that can change the minds of the most stubborn and “hard-to-get- along-with” people you know. I have seen it happen over and over again.

Facts about ISRAEL

Did you know that non-Jewish Israelis cannot buy or lease land in the Zionist entity?
Did you know that Palestinian license plates in Zionist entity are color coded to distinguish jews from non-jews?
Did you know that Israel allots 85% of the water resources for jews and the remaining 15% is divided among all Palestinians in the territories? For example in Hebron, 85% of the water is given to about 400 settlers, while 15% must be divided among Hebron’s 120,000 Palestinians?
Did you know the United States awards the israel $5 billion in aid each year?
Did you know that yearly US aid to israel exceeds the aid the US grants to the whole African continent?
Did you know that the israel is the only country in the Middle East that has nuclear weapons?
Did you know that the israel is the only country in the Middle East that refuses to sign the nuclear non-proliferation treaty and bars international inspections from its sites? 
Did you know that israel currently occupies territories of two sovereign nations (Lebanon and Syria) in defiance of United Nations Security Council resolutions?
Did you know that israel has for decades routinely sent assassins into other countries to kill its political enemies?
Did you know that high-ranking military officers in the israeli Defense Forces have admitted publicly that unarmed prisoners of war were executed by the IDF?
Did you know that israel refuses to prosecute its soldiers who have acknowledged executing prisoners of war?
Did you know that israel routinely confiscates bank accounts, businesses, and land and refuses to pay compensation to those who suffer the confiscation?
Did you know that israel blew up an American diplomatic facility in Egypt and attacked a U.S. ship in international waters, killing 33 and wounding 177 American sailors? 
Did you know that the second most powerful lobby in the United States, according to a recent Fortune magazine survey of Washington insiders, is the jewish AIPAC?
Did you know that israel stands in defiance of 69 United Nations Security Council Resolutions?
Did you know that today’s israel sits on the former sites of more than 400 now-vanished Palestinian villages, and that the israeli’s re- named almost every physical site in the country to cover up the traces? 
Did you know that it was not until 1988 that israelis were barred from running “jews Only” job ads?
Did you know that four prime ministers of israel (Begin, Shamir, Rabin, and Sharon) have taken part in either bomb attacks on civilians, massacres of civilians, or forced expulsions of civilians from their villages? 
Did you know that the israeli Foreign Ministry pays two American public relations firms to promote israel to Americans?
Did you know that Sharon’s coalition government includes a party — Molodet — which advocates expelling all Palestinians from the occupied territories?
Did you know that israel’s settlement-building increased in the eight years since Oslo?
Did you know that settlement building under Barak doubled compared to settlement building under Netanyahu?
Did you know that israel once dedicated a postage stamp to a man who attacked a civilian bus and killed several people?
Did you know that recently-declassifi ed documents indicate that David Ben-Gurion in at least some instances approved of the expulsion of Palestinians in 1948?
Did you know that despite a ban on torture by israel’s High Court of Justice, torture has continued by Shin Bet interrogators on Palestinian prisoners?
Did you know that Palestinian refugees make up the largest portion of the refugee population in the world?
And finally do you know who is the terrorist now ?

How To Fight Bad Foot Odor…?‏

More than half of men (and their wives and lady friends) complain about foot odor. Yes, some people have difficulty with fungus or bacteria production, but usually, people just don’t wash them well enough, reasoning that “I’m standing in the shower, with soapy water running over my feet, that’s good enough.” Clearly not.With all the nooks and crannies, you simply don’t get rid of odor-causing bacteria – and that is what causes odor. You brush your teeth every day “ wash your feet.Most of you don’t need special deodorizers or powders. Here are a few simple steps.
Step 1 – First, scrubem in the shower, tops and bottoms, with a bath brush preferably, a washcloth at least. You can try a deodorant soap, but the trick is to get rid of the odor-causing bacteria.
Step 2 – Spend time on each foot, getting in between toes, hitting every surface. The rule of thumb for washing bacteria off hands is to wash for 30 seconds, or two verses of “Happy Birthday.” Use three verses for your feet.
Step 3 – Wear cotton, silk or wool socks, as much as possible.. Synthetics don’t breathe, and promote moisture and bacteria.
Step 4 – Put a dash of baby powder, or talcum, or maybe Gold Bond powder in your shoes when you take them off. The powder absorbs the moisture from the days wear, and from your feet the next time you wear them.
Step 5 – Lastly, if you still get odor  “ use a simple spray deodorant. Spray deodorant works by inhibiting bacteria growth in your armpits, it will do the same for your feet. The specialized foot deodorants arent usually necessary.
You ll be surprised and delighted how well this works.