Its a well known fact that people do believe in “luck” many a times. We see lot of people working nothing, yet achieving all that they want. While on the other hand, some people spend their entire lifetime working their ass off and still not reaching upto where they wanted to reach. Why is this so?
For some people, life is just like the tradition of tossing a coin in a fountain and making their wish come true. And for some, its like a never ending grinding stone, end of which you will only suffer exhaustion.
What is it that differs both the categories of people from becoming successful?
It is the magic of thinking big. All the great achievers and great scientists were once great dreamers and were strong believers in themselves. You cannot succeed in something, if you don’t have a positive outlook on life. So stop cursing, stop giving excuses, start acting on your problems. Don’t run away from them. The difference between the man who tosses a coin, making his wish come true and the one who tries harder and harder each day is simple. The man who makes a wish, believes in it. And when your belief towards something is strong, the whole Universe conspires in helping you achieve it.
Its always said Genius is Luck 1% and Perspiration 99%. So next time you find someone getting what they want in life, stop labeling them as “lucky”. Our beliefs in ourselves is the biggest symbol of inner strength. Stop caging yourselves in prisons built by limitations set by others. Break the cage and toss a coin in air…. Make a wish. Believe in it. Act towards it. Be Positive. You will feel lighter than yesterday, stronger than what you were a few moments ago and will feel better than how your life was few minutes ago.
Good Luck Dear Friend!!!
This song was sent to me by Carol. And she says
One of the most funky – and least vulgar – tunes on the new Miguel album. Though entirely and completely not safe for work, I endorse the full LP, “Wildheart,” too.
Except for the musicals, I didn’t like the song though…..
Here are the songs sent to me by A Song A Day for this week. Comments in Italics are sent to me by curators.
Lianne La Havas – What You Don’t Do (Tom Misch Remix)
20-years old and already a proven track of jamming records behind him. Tom Misch gives the best turn to this lovely song!
Sylvan Esso – H.S.K.T
I’m aspiring to be able to kick as high as Amelia Meath does when dancing onstage. So here’s to my practice music and sending you off into the the rest of the week with some beatssss.
Strange by Laura Marling
This song is the most … something … I can recall. Is restrained rage the sort of term I am looking for? Not really totally sure … But I do know I really, really like it.
“Lovely You” by Monster Rally
Ted Feighan (aka Monster Rally) has single-handedly perfected the genre affectionately known as “tropical pop.” I was recently in Santa Cruz, and needless to say, MR was the perfect soundtrack. He has newer stuff out, but this is my favorite track of his at the moment.
Click here to listen to “Lovely You”
6 foot 7 foot Lil Wayne Cover
This song by Karmin is suggested to me by one of the amazing bloggers here, ChristyBharath. I liked it very much.
Please feel free to suggest me some more songs.
Beauty may only be skin-deep but it had better be healthy skin at that! says Mythili Rajkumar who has written the below article on how the glossy parlors fool you in the name of “Herbal” products.
Walk into my parlour… | Business Line.
A must read for every woman who wishes to get her face bleached while getting her hair done from the hair dresser.
This song was sent to me by Shannon. And she says
I can’t really explain it, but this song and well, almost all of his songs makes me feel like I am about to cry…and I’m not much of a cryer. I had to share the live recording because, come on, man.
Thanks Shannon for the wonderful song 🙂
This song is best known for its camera work and beautiful musical composition.
I stumbled across this song while I was surfing net the other day. I thought it would be great to share this song over my blog.
Here you go
I am the 1 of 32 Americans who are incarcerated every year.