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If you have ability
And encourage others,
Use that talent in
It is my opinion that
Families that are motivated
Do better than those
That are not;
To your spouse and kids
About the family
Can be very helpful.
Same goes for reading
And encouraging them
Happiness is a Byproduct
“Happiness is a by-product. You cannot pursue it by itself.”
– Sam Levenson –
“Happiness is not something ready made. It comes from your own actions.”
– Dalai Lama –
“All who joy would win must share it. Happiness was born a Twin.”
– Lord Byron –
The price to pay for faking it
Is not to know how you might feel
The price to pay for lying
Is not to tell real from unreal
The price for cheating someone
Is to cheated be yourself
The price for wrong abandonment
Is to be put upon a shelf
The moment that your usefulness
To someone else is done
Ay, making others fearful feel
Will teach you how to run
The price for stealing is to lose
Much that you might own
As someone who leaves other ones'
Possessions well alone
The price to pay for giving in
To inapprop'riate lust
Is just to stand and have to watch
When part from you they must
Tis by your own beliefs must be
That you companions find
And by their own beliefs they will
The individual who feels the need
To be unfair his brother to
In order that himself he
Have some happiness in view
For if the two of them in time
Worked together as a team
What sunshine of abundance
Upon them both would gleam!
For this is of the yet arcane
But necessary future arts:
In any equation, the sum
Comes to much more than its mere parts
I got to taste mushrooms in England and liked them. As a family we didn’t eat them, although I knew other people did. You have to know the safe ones to buy. We all know some mushrooms can be poisonous. As a newbie to this delicacy unless you bought from a well-known store or stall or the Department Store, you would be taking chances.
I once had a job making many omelettes, and the most popular ones had mushroom in it. So it was more like create your own with other ingredients, such as onions, sweet peppers, cheese, ham, tomato, peas and many more.
Crops do well
When atmospheric conditions
Business does better
In similar atmospheric conditions;
Students study well also
If the atmospheric conditions
If there is shouting
Music is booming in some rooms,
And products are being advertised
Effective studies cannot go on;
The atmospheric conditions
Are not conducive.
An Interview with A Christian Hip Hop Artist? A Brief History of Hip Hop Becky Blanchard writes this about Hip Hops beginnings. “Hip-hop music is generally considered to have been pioneered in New York’s South Bronx in 1973 by Jamaican-born Kool DJ Herc. At a Halloween dance party thrown by his younger sister, Herc used an innovative turntable technique to stretch a song’s drum break by playing the break portion of two identical records consecutively. [ 905 more words ]