Quote of the Day: Be Realistic

“The dreamers, those who misread the actual state of affairs and act upon their emotions, are often the source of the greatest mistakes in history—the wars that are not thought out, the disasters that are not foreseen”

-Robert Greene


Quote of the Day: Constantly Challenge Opinions

“Just imagine for a day that you do not know anything, that what you believe could be completely false. Let go of your preconceptions and even your most cherished beliefs. Experiment. Force yourself to hold the opposite opinion or see the world through your enemy’s eyes. Listen to the people around you with more attentiveness. See everything as a source for education—even the most banal encounters. Imagine that the world is still full of mystery.”

-Robert Greene

Feeling Grateful

Hello girls and guys.

This is my first post for the year 2016 and I would like to wish you all a Happy New Year, welcome to 2016. I am in a mood of gratitude as i write this post. usually I don’t take too much time to reflect on the previous year but after spending sometime reading this post on Gratitude & Miracles in 2015 I realized how important it is to look back at the previous year or period and reflect on the things that you were grateful for and how therapeutic this exercise of gratitude can be.


I have been trying to keep an active blog for a couple of years and this has been the one that I have finally been able to post consistently compared to the others. Writing for me is something I have always wanted to do and early on in my attempts to start writing i got to know that blogging was one way of improving on your writing skills. I am nowhere near where I want to be in-terms of writing but I have made a lot of improvements. I now write more often and coming up with things to blog about is easier. Putting words to my keyboard has become easier for me and expanding a few sentences into meaningful paragraphs is another aspect of writing that I am have improved on greatly. looking back I can say I am truly grateful for doing a lot more writing in 2015 and I hope to do even better in 2016.

So I urge you to take sometime and look back at 2015 and see the part or parts of your life where you experienced improvements either big or small, take time to celebrate it and make a plan to do even better this year. I wish you all the best in your endeavors and I hope 2016 will be a very productive, prosperous and fulfilling year for you.