The lost wallet, a great love story!

True love lasts forever!

Brother and Sister are Best Friends

As I walked home one freezing day, I stumbled on a wallet someone had lost in the street. I picked it up and looked inside to find some identification so I could call the owner. But the wallet contained only three dollars and a crumpled letter that looked as if it had been in there for years.

The envelope was worn and the only thing that was legible on it was the return address. I started to open the letter, hoping to find some clue. Then I saw the dateline–1924. The letter had been written almost 60 years ago.

It was written in a beautiful feminine handwriting on powder blue stationery with a little flower in the left-hand corner. It was a “Dear John” letter that told the recipient, whose name appeared to be Michael, that the writer could not see him anymore because her mother forbade it. Even so…

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Finding the authentic version of you in the social media generation.

Don’t get delusional by the things you see on social media

My perfectly imperfect journey....

Diversity is what makes the world such a beautiful place. Each one of us have things that is unique and authentic to us.  The secret to being our best version or successful is to stay authentic and be our best self without focusing on the person next to us or trying to be like them. One major reason that keeps us from being authentic to our self is over obsession of what other people think of us. We are obsessed about people’s opinion of us and so we tend to do what other people want from us and not what’s authentic of us.


We are the social media generation. I am not against social media but I am against the over obsession of it. Social media is both blessing and curse to our generation depending on how we use it.  Social media has become so routine and part of life that…

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Friends and enemies

‘Everyone that you fight is not your enemy and everyone who helps you is not your friend.’
-Mike Tyson

Success Inspirers' World

Do you know that your enemy could become your best friend; and your best friend could become your worst enemy? Many people do not seem to know this.

The norm in life is to love our friends and hate our enemies; to do good to our friends and do evil to our enemies; to pray for our friends and curse our enemies; to wish our friends the best and our enemies the worst.

We think our enemies are a danger to us. But life often has it surprises. Sometimes our enemies are more our friends than our friends. They do more good to us than our friends. Some friends turn out to be our real enemies; and some enemies turn out to be our real friends.

We must work hard to see that our friends do not become our enemies; and that our enemies become our friends. Also, let us…

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What Do You Really Need to Fulfill Your Dreams?

Be on track and achieve your dreams

Jay Colby

To fulfill our dreams is somewhat of a subjective idea, because we can decide what exactly our dream is and determine if we have fulfilled it or not. Many aficionados, life coaches or people who are actively chasing their dreams “dream chasers” might advise us to do certain principles or steps to truly fulfill our dreams. So through research I have discovered five ways or steps to make our dreams a reality.

  1. Always Keep Your ‘Bigger Picture’ Insight:

Visualizing the desired outcome can be a powerful motivator. Whenever you feel like quitting, just remind yourself why you’re doing this. Think about that wonderful feeling of seeing your task completed.

  1. Develop a Success Consciousness:

Simply put all a “success consciousness” is a mantra of positive thinking, great attitude and mind-set. We have to have this own our road to success. In my experience to help with developing this mindset by reading…

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Who should blog?

Amazing thoughts on who has to blog!

Success Inspirers' World

Not everybody should blog;
Not everybody can blog;
Blogging is not everybody’s thing;
Blogging is for the strong;
And for the hard;
And for the persistent;
As they alone can make it;
High expectations at the start;
Disillusionment soon to come;
Traffic doesn’t flow in as desired;
Money also a far cry;
Discouragement and temptation
To give up show their ugly heads
All the times;
And so easily the weak fall
On the way;
Only the strong, the hard,
And the persistent keep going;
And in the end they win.
Thus blogging is not for all.
Not everybody can blog;
Not everybody should blog;
But you can blog;
You have what it takes.

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Who’s Filling Up Your Calendar? — Michael Perry

This is an amazing post on planning. To all Entrepreneurs and future leaders, this is worth reading. "Plan your work, work your plan."   Do you take the time to plan your day, your week, your month, your life? Do you have clearly stated personal core values and purpose statement? Do you have a map that guides you …

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Networking + Share Your Blog

Jay Colby

I just want to take this time to thank everyone who reads, subscribers and shares my site. I appreciate all the support and encouragement.I would love to read everyone’s blog, but I don’t always get a chance to read and follow everyone’s blog.

So today I want to offer a networking opportunity and a chance for all bloggers no matter what niche or experience a chance to gain more traffic. Anyone who wants to gain free traffic can participate. All you have to is comment your blog below & I will follow every blog and actually read your content. So if you’re interested just comment your blog’s URL below. Also If you could share and re-blog this post so we can reach as many bloggers as possible!

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