The things that make us happy

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  • The things that make us happy

    1. 1. “ Consider...” Click your mouse to see the slides... (Your own life will appreciate it.)
    2. 2. I propose, that as of today, YOU
    3. 3. HOLD FAST TO DREAMS , for if your dreams die, Life is a broken winged bird That cannot fly. .
    4. 4. Search for knowledge : Read more Meet more people Travel Visit Museums Watch documentaries Try out new things
    5. 5. Visit the places you love.
    6. 6. . Each time you admire a beautiful view, Mark it by joining your index finger and thumb Later, when you need beauty, you will find it in repeating that same simple gesture.
    7. 7. Spend more time with your family and friends SEE AND DO THINGS TOGETHER
    8. 8. Do not keep anything for a special occasion, because every day that you live is a special occasion .
    9. 9. eat your favourite foods
    10. 10. Use your crystal goblets.
    11. 11. Always remember that Life is a chain of moments of enjoyment; It is not only about survival.
    12. 12. Remove from your vocabulary phrases like “one of these days” and “someday”. Let’s write right now, this very moment, that letter we thought of writing “one of these days”.
    13. 13. . . Do not delay anything Especially not the things that add laughter and joy to your life.
    14. 14. Do not save your best perfume, Use it every time you feel you want it.
    15. 15. Tell your families and friends how much you love them. And while you do, Touch their arm and look in their eyes.
    16. 16. . . Bear in mind that Every day, Every hour, and Every minute are special. AND YOU DON’T KNOW IF IT WILL BE YOUR LAST
    17. 17. Remember: PEACE COMES FROM WHAT WE DO TOGETHER, NOT FROM WHAT WE DREAM TOGETHER
    18. 18. Remember : The adversary who fights you the hardest, Is often the one who is the most convinced that you are right (Irving Stone)
    19. 19. . Face your limitations, then move on to fields In which you can become master of your materials (Irving Stone)
    20. 20. I’ve also saved a couple of inspiring words for you, If, after finishing this presentation you estimate my little compilation has been of any help to you , Please let me know at : [email_address] com Thank you – Danke – Merci – Dank U – Gracias - Grazie
    21. 21. No stony tower, nor walls of beaten brass can be retentive to the strength of spirit. If I know this, that part of tyranny that I do bear, I can shake off at pleasure.
    22. 22. If love is a flame, surely work is the fuel
    23. 23. Far better it is to dare mighty things, To win glorious triumphs, Even though checkered by failure, Than to take rank with those poor spirits Who neither enjoy much, nor suffer much, Because they live in the great twilight That knows neither victory, nor defeat (Theodore Roosevelt)
    24. 24. THE QUALITY OF THE IMAGINATION IS TO FLOW, NOT TO FREEZE
    25. 25. But what are men who grasp at praise sublime, But bubbles on the rapid stream of time, That rise and fall and swell ... And are no more : Born and forgotten, ten thousand in an hour.
    26. 26. . Who are we ? We live on an insignificant planet of a humdrum star, lost in a galaxy, tucked away in some forgotten corner of a universe in which there are far more galaxies than people. We make our world significant by the courage of our questions and the depth of our answers. (Carl Sagan)
    27. 27. We cannot turn the man who has to work into one who can simply afford to enjoy life to the full and take optimal care of his health. It is not the disease that is incurable, it is a man’s social standing and his obligations that often become an incurable disease (Irving Stone)
    28. 28. Imagine there is no heaven It’s easy if you try No hell below us, above us only sky. Imagine all the people living for today ... Imagine there is no countries It isn’t hard to do Nothing to kill or die for and no religion too Imagine all the people living life in peace ... Imagine no possessions I wonder if you can No need for greed or hunger, a brotherhood of men Imagine all the people sharing all the world ... You may say I’m a dreamer But I’m not the only one I hope some day you’ll join us And the world will be as one (John Lennon)
    29. 29. If one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours (Henry David Thoreau)
    30. 30. Don’t wait for a problem to come to you, for it may arrive at an inconvenient time. Instead, make the search yourself, so that you are the aggressor. Work through the puzzling, recalcitrant materials on your own terms. (Sigmund Freud)
    31. 31. . Dreams come true when we start doing things together, Instead of just dreaming them together.
    32. 32. For evil to become alive, it first needs to be endorsed by the will For good people, in order to allow evil to prevail, all they have to do is lean back.
    33. 33. Boredom is a state of mind, justified only in people that have seen everything, experienced everything, done everything, and know everything.
    34. 34. Some see things as they are and say : “Why ?” I dream of things as they could be and say: “Why Not?”
    35. 35. Men, at some time, are masters of their fates; the fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves, that we are underlings. (W. Shakespeare, Julius Caesar, I.2137-140, Cassius speaking)
    36. 36. Cowards die many times before their deaths, The valiant never taste of death but once (W. Shakespeare – J. Caesar, II.2 37/37)
    37. 37. There is a tide in the affairs of men, which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune; omitted, all the voyage of their life is bound in shallows and in miseries. (W. Shakespeare, J. Caesar, IV:3 216/220, Brutus speaking)
    38. 38. It is strange, how oftentimes, to win us to our harm, the instruments of darkness tell us truths; win us with honest trifles, to betray us in deepest consequence. (W. Shakespeare, Macbeth, I.3.120, Banquo speaking)
    39. 39. Air, Earth and Ocean, to astonished day, One scene of blood, one mighty tomb display ! From Hunger’s arm the shafts are hurled, And one great Slaughterhouse the warring world (Erasmus Darwin) .

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