” Cowards die …

Julius-Caesar” Cowards die many times before their deaths;
The valiant never taste of death but once.
Of all the wonder that i yet have heard,
It seems to me most strange that men should fear;
Seeing the death, a necessary end,
Will come when it will come”
– Willliam Shakespeare, Julius Caesar

In the above quote, Shakespeare describes two kinds of men. The Valiant & the Coward, Brave are those mans take up their challenges & take a stand without the fear of failure.This men take their fights to the heart, they will not lose hope even if they are inferior in aspects & factors. Every People has their own problems, challenges, difficulties, risk , fear., But still some choose to fight for it & some choose to sit on the side wait for a “never happening” miracle. Cowards are those people who run away from their situations, and they die a thousand death before their actual death. Only the thought of stepping back and fear of disappointment, failure, opinions & comparisons kills them every single moment. On the other hand, the valiant will give his everything to win in a brutal, harsh , unpredictable battle of situations. Remember this  “The savage situations are made by men only, but this situations will only define the man in you….”

The Happiest Countries in the World

Cause… i’m happy…

24/7 Wall St.

86536582 Switzerland’s residents are the most satisfied with their lives for the second consecutive year, according to the Better Life Index released today. The study, published annually by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) , reported that United States failed to crack the top 10 for the fourth consecutive year, while neighbors Mexico and Canada did.

The Better Life Index rates the 34 OECD member nations, as well as Brazil and the Russian Federation, on 11 variables that contribute to a high quality of life, including income, education, housing, health, and life satisfaction. 24/7 Wall St. reviewed the 11 countries with the highest life satisfaction score.

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One of the most important factors contributing to higher life evaluations is the presence of healthy job market. Of the 11 nations with the highest levels of life satisfaction, nine were among the top 10 nations by…

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” Cowards die …

Have a look again…

lifeofthestruggler

Julius-Caesar” Cowards die many times before their deaths;
The valiant never taste of death but once.
Of all the wonder that i yet have heard,
It seems to me most strange that men should fear;
Seeing the death, a necessary end,
Will come when it will come”
– Willliam Shakespeare, Julius Caesar

In the above quote, Shakespeare describes two kinds of men. The Valiant & the Coward, Brave are those mans take up their challenges & take a stand without the fear of failure.This men take their fights to the heart, they will not lose hope even if they are inferior in aspects & factors. Every People has their own problems, challenges, difficulties, risk , fear., But still some choose to fight for it & some choose to sit on the side wait for a “never happening” miracle. Cowards are those people who run away from their situations, and they…

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Get Inspired: Blog Ideas for 2014

” All that is gold, does not glitter
not all those who wander are lost..”

The WordPress.com Blog

Write more. Paint more. Photograph more. 

Do something amazing. Go down a different path.

Challenge myself. 

New year’s resolutions — you might make ’em, or you may think they’re trite and a waste of time. Whatever the case, you’re here, aren’t you? Exploring WordPress.com, contemplating your next blog post, and scheming up 2014. We closed out 2013 with a showcase of year-long, daily, and weekly projects, so let’s brainstorm ways, big and small, to get your work out into the world in 2014.

Think big

the wanderers

Photographer and writer Stephanie Dandan at Infinite Satorisets off for Asia soon to work on a photo storybook called The Wanderers. Traveling solo, Stephanie will meet other explorers on her journey and tell their stories. She lays out her project on Kickstarter, and its design aesthetic — and her nomadic and adventurous spirit — echo the work she publishes on her blog.

But thinking…

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