Tag: dreams

Timeless Wisdom – #ThinkBig

Time to blow up your life a little bit…and start ‘thinking BIG’.  Big stands for greatness = extraordinary results. To live great, you have to think Big. You must be open to the possibility that your life and what you accomplish can become great.  Do not fear BIG. Fear waste.  When we fear big –

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Saffron Cauliflower Recipe from Becky and Ottolenghi

The recipe of the day – from the book ‘Plenty’, Ottolenghi  1-2 tsp saffron strands 75 ml boiling water 1 medium cauliflower (divided into medium florets) 1 large red onion (sliced) 100g sultanas (if they are very dry soak them in water for a few minutes, then drain) Good-quality green olives (pitted and cut lengthways

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Learn from the best…

#1 You looked for a flower – and found a fruit. You looked for a well – and found a sea. You looked for a woman – and found a soul. You are disappointed. #2  Of all our sunny world I wish only for a garden sofa where a cat is sunning itself. There I should sit with

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Timeless Wisdom – #youCANdoIT

There’re 2 kinds of people in the world. The first looks at others who have accomplished things and thinks: Why them? Why not me? The second looks at those same people and thinks: If they can do it, why can’t I? Who will you be?  Be wise – see the success of others as an inspiration! 

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Timeless Wisdom – #mindset

“Don’t make yourself small. Not for anyone. If someone tells you you’re too much… too loud, too sensitive, too fierce, too caring, too intellectual, too optimistic, too realistic, too logical, too emotional… just smile and move on, my friend. Clearly, they aren’t enough for you.”  L.R. Knost Next post – Food, Medicine and Poison

Timeless Wisdom – #freedom

The truth is…nobody is free anymore. ‘The person is free who lives as they wish’, – said one old smart dude. Are you this free person today? Nope.  It’s sad to consider how much time people spend during the day doing things they ‘HAVE’ to do – not necessary obligations like work and family, but

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