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…from the rootword COMPLEX, in a psychological point of view it is defined as a system of interrelated emotion-charged ideas, feelings, memories, and impulses that is usually repressed and that gives rise to abnormal or pathological behavior.
tough words, indeed. but i prefer using the word COMPLICATED as a definition to synonymously adhere to the word COMPLEXITY. let me ask you this, have you encountered someone with such complexities? well, the answer obviously yes, who wouldn’t? di ba? this world is composed of different kinds of people with individual way of thinking and rationale, so expect the unexpected.
i actually couldn’t get the right answers to the question tickling my mind “bakit ba kailangang may mga ganung klase ng tao?” how would you deal with these kind of people? or should i say these complicated/complexed and difficult kind of people?
We don’t care if you’re friends with other guys.
But when you’re sitting next to us, and some random guy walks into the room and you jump up and tackle him, without even introducing us, yeah, it pisses us off.
It doesn’t help if you sit there and talk to him for ten minutes without even acknowledging the fact that we’re still there.
We don’t care if a guy calls OR TEXTS you, but at 2 in the morning we do get a little concerned.
Nothing is that important at 2 a.m. that it can’t wait till the morning.
Also, when we tell you you’re pretty/ beautiful/ gorgeous/cute/ stunning, we freaking mean it.
Don’t tell us we’re wrong.
We’ll stop trying to convince you.
The sexiest thing about a girl is confidence.
Yeah, you can quote me.
Don’t be mad when we hold the door open. Take Advantage of the mood im in.
Let us pay for you!
Don’t “feel bad”
We enjoy doing it.
Smile and say “thank you.”
Kiss us when no one’s watching.
If you kiss us when you know somebody’s looking, we’ll be more impressed.
You don’t have to get dressed up for us.
If we’re going out with you in the first place, you don’t have to feel the need to
wear the shortest skirt you have or put on every kind of makeup you own.
We like you for who you are and not what you are.
honestly, I think a girl looks more beautiful when she’s just in her pj’s. or my
shirt and boxers, not all dolled up
Don’t take everything we say seriously.
Sarcasm is a beautiful thing. See the beauty in it.
Don’t get angry easily.
Stop using magazines/media as your bible.
“Don’t talk about how hott Chris Brown, Brad Pitt, or Jesse McCartney is in front of us”.
It’s boring, and we don’t care. You have friends for that.
Whatever happened to the word “handsome”/”beautiful”?
I’d be utterly stunned by a girl who greeted me
with “Hey handsome!” instead of “Hey baby/ stud/ cutie/ sexy” or whatever else you can think of.
on the other hand I’m not saying I wouldn’t like it ether
ilang taon na nga ba ako ngayon…
noong umiwi kasi ako ng ilocos hindi ko naiwasang isipin na tumatanda na pala ako. dahil nang mga panahong ito bumabalik ang mga ala-ala ko noong ako’y bata pa. naisip ko lang, sampung taon na pala ang nakalipas simula noong nakapagtapos ako ng elementarya. nakatutuwang isipin dahil maaring sa mga susunod na taon eh pwede na rin pala akong maging guest speaker sa graduation. o di kaya pagdonate-tin ako ng bagong silya, mesa, o computer. hehe! yan mga sumasagi sa isip ko. pero maliban sa mga ito may mga karanasan talaga ako noong elementarya na di ko makakalimutan. nadagdagan pa ang mga ala-alang ito noong nagtagpo tagpo kami nang mga kaibigan at ibang kaklase ko noon.
hindi ko makakalimutan yung teacher ko ng grade four ang expression niya kasi kada papasok ng klase eh “DOn’t say bad words, ukininayo(wel actually maiintindihan mo iti kapag ilokano ka)!” ayan favorite expression niya yan. anjan din yung walang kamatayang poem na “Trees” at “All things bright and beautiful” na kapag wala nang maipagawa sa amin eh pinapasambit na ito.
hindi ko rin makakalimutan yung pagploplot sa likod ng iskul namin. yun bang magtatanim ka ng gulay at kung ano-ano pa. grade six na namin natuklasan na hindi pala namin kapwa kaklase ang nagnanakaw ng mga bunga ng tanim namin kundi ang aming teacher (sumalangit nawa) mismo sa subject na iyo. hehe!
may teacher din kami na maganda at sexy. kaya mapapansin namin mga kaklase naming lalaki kapag siya na yung teacher aba, nagvovolunteer nang umupo sa harap na di naman nila ginagawa sa ibang teacher.
kung pagdidisiplina, walang tatalo sa teacher ko noong grade five. mantakin mong ang ginagamit niyang pamalo eh aklo o yung gawa sa kahoy na sandok.
naging paborito ko ring subject ang math kahit saglit lang. yun eh noong panahong yung teacher ko sa math eh walang ginawa kundi makipag-laban ng chess sa mga kaklase kong lalaki. mantakin mong sa isang oras na klase umaabot ng 30min yun kung sweswertehin pa eh limang minuto nalang kami magkaklase. hehe.
ayan, ilan lang ang mga yan sa mga experiences ko noon. aba nga naman, kung di ganun ang elementarya ko eh di ako ganito ngayon di ba? hehe! kayo ba? ano ba mga di niyo malilimutan noong kayo’y nasa elementary pa?
nwei, ito pala kami noon… mga inosente ba… noong mga panahong ito hindi mo alam kung sino balang araw ang makakasama mo pa. sino ang mag aasawa ng maaga. sino ang sisikat. sino ang yayaman. wala pang kasiguruhan ang buhay…
ayan, kaisa isang class picture ko noong elementary. hanapin niyo ko… hehe!
ito na kami ngayon… kanya kanyang buhay pero nagkikita parin naman kahit papano. kanya kanyang propesyon pero hindi parin nakakalimutang bumalik sa sariling lugar. iba’t ibang pananaw iisang patutunguhan. ayan mas maalam, mas matibay, mas confident, at may pangarap…
ang daming nagbago. lahat pwedeng magbago. dati tahimik ngayon bulgar. dati pala away ngayon nagsisilbi na sa diyos. dati madungis ngayon makinis. dati pauso ngayon nagpapauso. dati magkaaway ngayon magkasambahay. dati madaldal ngayon pagurl. dati mayabang ngayon mayabang pa rin… hehe… nwei ganyan talaga ang buhay… lumipas man ang panahon maraming bagay pa rin talaga sa ating buhay ang di natin makakalimutan.
ikaw ba? kamusta ang buhay elementarya mo?
Every girl dreams that one day she will find someone that does these things for her. even the smallest action can have the BIGGEST impact in someones life.
• give her one of your t-shirts to sleep in.
• leave her cute text notes.
• kiss her in front of your friends.
• tell her she looks beautiful.
• look into her eyes when you talk to her.
• let her mess with your hair.
• touch her hair.
• just walk around with her.
• FORGIVE her for her MISTAKES.
• look at her like she’s the only girl you see.
• tickle her even when she says stop.
• hold her hand when you’re around your friends.
• be the one to take her hand, don’t make her reach for you
• be the one to call her, don’t make her always call you
• when she starts swearing at you, tell her you love her.
• let her fall asleep in your arms.
• get her mad, then kiss her.
• tease her and let her tease you back.
• stay up all night with her when she’s sick.
• watch her favorite movie with her.
• kiss her forehead.
• write her letters.
• let her wear your clothes.
• when she’s sad, hang out with her.
• let her know she’s important.
• let her take all the photos she wants of you.
• kiss her in the pouring rain.
• when you fall in love with her, tell her.
• and when you tell her, love her like you’ve never loved someone before.
guys repost as : i’d do this for my girl.
girls repost as : will u do diz for ur girl?
What do you look for in a friend? Pick from the qualities listed and build your own TOP 10!
a. Loyal and reliable
b. Plenty of money
c. Good conversationalist
d. Honest and trustworthy
e. Good looking
f. Similar life goals
h. Not a gossiper
i. Wears cool clothes
j. Enjoys similar activities
k. Fun. makes me laugh
l. Able to keep a secret
m. Makes time for me
n. Willing to help when i need it
o. Respected by others
p. Good listener
q. Looks for the good in others
s. Always knows the latest fad or fashion
t. Lets me barrow his/her stuff
u. Offers me honest, constructive criticism
v. Same political views
w. Same economic/social status
x. Won’t embarrass me in front of others
y. Not jealous
z. Doesn’t pressure me to go against my convictions.
Who are your friends? Are they just acquaintances, or intimate friends? Sometimes even our friends may let us down, but there is one thing that is sure-Jesus wants to be your friend. When you accept His friendship you will never be disappointed.
I thought about it and wondered if there really needs be an echo, a reply of the same.
“Why do we tell someone “I love you?” I wondered. Oh, the obvious point is to let someone know you care about them. But do we say it so that we can hear it back? If we say those words they certainly aren’t taken or given lightly. There is power behind them, woven in between them and laced with tone’s of commitment. But do we also say them because we, too need reassurance? Are we really saying it this way; “I love you! Do you love me?”
I believe the best things in life come to us without expectations. It reminds me of the tradition of sending greeting cards.
“Should I send a birthday card to Uncle Joe?”
“Did you get one from him for your birthday?
“Well, I wouldn’t send one to him.”
How many things do you do that you label as “giving” when in reality you are expecting a return for your gesture?
Have you ever given something anonymously?
I’m not suggesting that it’s wrong to say “I love you” because you long to hear it. I just wondered how many times we say it without expectations.
So I experimented with it. When somebody tells me “I love you”, I didn’t reply with the same words. I would say “thanks.” In some cases I replied with a hug. Other times I said or did nothing. The words hung in mid air.
For me, hearing the words echo back doesn’t mean that much. It seems too mechanical. Like “Thank you” and “You’re welcome.” It’s polite and proper, but expected.