Hope never remains silence

If we see deeply in life.There are immense hurdles,ups and down in this “harsh and fast” world that a simple man is get lose.But the winner is he who face all the difficulties by open smile not artificial rather natural,that also give a ray of hope to others as well.So there is no hard and fast rule to stay good at any condition.
The need of an hour is that you just follow this tagline:”Whatever the circumstances are i want to stay happy”
Regards:Mr.Zia Rasoolindex

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Feel Like a Fraud? 5 Ways to Be More Confident at Work

Confident

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10 Myths About Writers and Writing

P.A. Moed

In order to write creatively, we need to exercise our free-spirited and impulsive right brain.  It might take a while to “liberate” this side of the brain especially if we have worked in fields that are linear, concrete, and require rationale thought.  This is what happened to me many years ago when I switched from a career in teaching and publishing to full-time writing.   As I began my apprenticeship in the creative arts,  I had to dispel several myths about the writing process and writers.

"Incognito: The Hidden Self-Portrait" by Rachel Perry Welty, DeCordova Museum. “Lost in My Life (Price Tags) ” by Rachel Perry Welty, DeCordova Museum.

1.  Myth: Writers Are Strange.

There is an element of truth to this!  Writers (and other creative people) must be willing to look below the surface of everyday life and explore the world and relationships like a curious outsider.  This perspective sets us apart, but at the same time, it allows us…

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Why I Reblog

Reason!

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Far from the Barricades: Reflections on the Ukraine

From the mind of Chris Terry

Own Photo The Maidan in Peace. Own Photo

Like many of you, I am now watching the videos and images coming out of Ukraine, following it on my twitter account and watching it on youtube links.

The images of fire and smoke, Ukrainian flags flying, protesters chanting and tents of the Euromaidan are all the more potent for me because I have seen Independence Square in peace.

In 2012 I went to Ukraine to observe the parliamentary election. The election had been quiet and boring, with a sense of resignation of an inevitable victory by President Yanukovych’s Party of Regions.

I went to Independence Square.  I saw a quiet and beautiful square, with people wandering to and from shops. Underground there are further shops, and I got lost nearby looking for some friends who’d gone to a nearby restaurant.

I went further afield, being posted to Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine’s third largest city, an…

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I Used To Worry About The Future

The Only Thing that make me Lack of confident is: “Future”(what will happen?)

A Post-Academic in NYC

I got a part-time non-academic job. Again. Readers of this blog will know that I have made several attempts to escape the adjunct grind. For a while, I temped for a Fancy Wall Street firm where I accidentally ate someone else’s salad.

Once, I worked at a non-profit foundation for a few days. I was doing the job that a trained monkey could do. (At least they had one of those fancy European espresso machines!) Aside from being dead bored all day, I had to endure the fact that my boss was about twelve years old. If you want to feel ancient, try doing the bidding of children. It’s quite illuminating.

A couple of summers ago, I spent a few weeks on the top floor of a Manhattan high rise working for a hedge fund. I joined an army of women answering the phones and making copies for…

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“Hope” Original Music by Mike Howe

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“Journalism is …

“Journalism is an act of faith in the future”

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October 14, 2013 · 3:43 am