The health of a nation is the wealth of nation. It is not just physical health but our mental and moral health. There are things which cost little but go a long way to increasing our commonwealth. This has to do with our individual values and how we relate with one another. Check out these ten little things you can start doing that cost little and doesn’t hurt;
It doesn’t hurt to admit you are wrong, it frees the mind to learn
It doesn’t hurt to live a principled life. Enough of the mess already
It doesn’t hurt to give 110% effort. The extra is stuff of the extraordinary
It doesn’t hurt to complement and compliment others, it is worthwhile investment
It doesn’t hurt to live within your means, that’s no 1 key to financial success
It doesn’t hurt to be always set a good example, that’s your legacy
It doesn’t hurt to say the truth; the truth sets you free
It doesn’t hurt to take responsibility, that’s the first step to becoming a leader
It doesn’t hurt to duck your pride, pride goes before fall
It doesn’t hurt to help the sick and the needy, you are the real MVP.
This is a touching story of how I lost my best companion. Murphy and I had a strong connection that science could not explain. Since his introduction into the house we developed a special bond valuable than riches and rubies. In my childhood, I did not have access to television or internet. Murphy was all I had.
There is a time to be born and a time to die. The death of Murphy came suddenly at a critical moment of my life. Since then, I have lost many closed associates, friends and family but none can be compared to the massive loss of Murphy boy. Since his demise, I have found it difficult to pen his memories because it throws me off every time. I had to loose myself from all those hurts, pain, emotional blankness, anger and bitterness. I had to loose Murphy.
As we are gearing up into the New Year, this moment is the perfect time to review, reflect and react. Consider yourself as a ship that has limited capacity on what it can accommodate for it to transit between shores. When a ship is overloaded, it begins to sink because it is running on over capacity.
The year 2014 probably for most of us came with its ups and down, peak and valley, wax and wane. At the beginning of the year, most of us had that thought of what we hope to achieve at the turn of the year. Some of us even penned this down to keep track of goals as they are being met. However, as for many of us, it was all a dream that never materialized. Would you know what is holding you back? (more…)