Archive for November, 2012

A Joke with a serious message


  There once was a construction worker who had a certain complaining habit. Here is how the story goes.   Monday at noon he opened his lunch bag and saw a baloney sandwich. He ate that for Lunch.   On Tuesday at noon, he opened his lunch bag again and saw another baloney sandwich. He […]

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Dwelling on the Past


Two men were complaining about their wives. “When we quarrel,” said the first man, “my wife becomes historical.” His friend replied, “Don’t you mean hysterical?” “No,” the first responded, “I mean historical. She reminds me of everything I ever did wrong.”     I know that may sound a bit funny but it is true […]

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You Already Have the Life You Want


Here’s an idea: you already have the life you’ve always wanted. In fact, you’ve always had it. Confusing, I know. Most people don’t distinguish between the life that they actually want and the one they think they want. See what I mean? Plenty of people think they want to be fit and healthy, but what they actually want is to eat fast food and watch […]

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Fulfillment at Any Age


Excuses, excuses, excuses: Why people lie, cheat, and procrastinate Why do honest people lie, cheat, and make excuses? Published on May 18, 2010 by Susan Krauss Whitbourne, Ph.D. in Fulfillment at Any Age Have you ever lied to get out of something you didn’t want to do? Do you tend to put off unpleasant jobs? In school, did […]

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