Earlier this year I had the most amazing experience while going to get my car repaired.
The car shop owner, a person who I know for about eight years, called me in his office to give me the estimate. He is a short fellow, not bad looking, age 39, with a bald spot, very energetic and a little overdressed for the business he is running.
Although I had known him for all this time, Continue reading
Today I’m going to talk about the internet social and business networks.
It seems like every one of us tries to build an image. A better one.
On Facebook, most people try to make as many “friends” as possible. 100, 500, 1000, 5000!
I’ve never heard of anyone having more than 100 real life friends, let alone 5000!
What is the mentality behind this hunger for friends? And why do we constantly try to increase their numbers?
The answer is: because we want Continue reading
Party masks are an intricate part of our entire existence.
We use them everywhere and with everyone. At work, at home, in public, with friends, relatives, with people we don’t know.
We use them for two reasons: Continue reading
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Seems that way, doesn’t it?
Why do my friends have a house, and I don’t? Why am I ill and they aren’t? Why do they have lots of money and I can’t even cover my debts? Why are they so happy and I’m not?
Why don’t I have a steady and good relationship when everybody around me seems to have one?
Let me see if I can shed some light on all those questions.
First of all, each of us has a different Continue reading
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Today, June 17th 2013, I had the most amazing experience while going to get my car repaired.
The car shop owner, a person who I know for about eight years, called me in his office to give me the Continue reading
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THE RIVER OF LIGHT
We live dual lives.
The real one and the one we want others to see.
The latter is meant to project an inflated image of ourselves so people can say: “Wow, your life is great!”. This is illustrated especially on social websites, where everybody likes to brag.
They post their absolute best pictures, their new car, the places they’ve visited, their loving relationship and so on.
However, in reality Continue reading