10 secrets to better living (Part 2)

Continued from the previous article

Be happy, around others

Be happy, around others

  1. Lend a helping hand: Be helpful to others, whether it is giving up your seat to an elderly person, assisting a colleague on a project, or helping spouse out with the domestic chores, being a helping hand is a sure bet way of becoming a better person, as it builds up your reputation and helps others rely on you.
  2. Listen to change: Listening to other persons is one of the ways you can build your own thinkability and kit also helps others think that you are really a positive character, as you make them air their views on issues. The more open you get, the happier you become.
  3. Be Honest: History has shown, lies cannot be covered forever. Saying things that are not true violates your trust from others. However the case, try to be honest and direct, by carefully articulating your thoughts and feelings as open as possible.
  4. Educate Yourself: Life itself is a classroom, try to learn positively from others. Either, about their culture, spirituality, actions e.t.c. as this will help you understand points of view different from your own.
  5. Focus on people not things: When you focus on how many persons rely on you one way or the other in order to have a good service or satisfaction, you actually become a better person, by not thinking of what you will get from it, but, what others will get positively from it. It is one of the greatest sign of shying selfishness and allows generosity into one’s life. It may be a good or service that you render or even a gift you give but, focusing on the people involved make you see that it is a worthwhile venture.

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Brothers keeper

Thousands of Icelanders Have Volunteered to play host to Syrian Refugees In Their Homes

The Icelandic government is looking into increasing its refugee quota

Reports say,over 11,000 Icelanders have offered to take refugees into their homes, after government said it would accept only about 50 people this year.

A Facebook event created recently by professor Bryndis Bjorgvinsdottir an Icelandic author encouraged members of the public to call on the government to increase its intake of refugees.

Messages on the event page offered supplies as food, housing, clothes and schooling.

A single mother with a 6-year-old son, wrote “We can take a child in need. I’m a teacher and Read more

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