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من دروس الحياة والحياة مدرسة

يـحـكى أن رجلاً عجوزاً كان جالسا مع ابن له148964_400281340004788_366646090034980_1264755_326234948_n
يبلغ من العمر 25 سنة في القطار.

وبدا الكثير من البهجة والفضول على وجه الشاب الذي كان يجلس بجانب النافذة.

… … اخرج يديه من النافذة وشعر بمرور الهواء وصرخ

“أبي انظر جميع الأشجار تسير ورائنا “!!ا
فتبسم الرجل العجوز متماشياً مع فرحة إبنه.

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Being Innovative

innovation-Mind-Map-by-Paul-ForemanInnovation is defined as “introducing something new; that creates a new dimension of performance”.  I believe that to make innovation a way of life you should engage the creative thinking skills of every individual .. We as leaders should encourage & drive  innovation not hinder it because by encouraging innovation we enable people/staff/ individuals to work without fear of failure. Let’s create a system that defends innovation!Read more

Are you an Influencer ?


Having an online life means constantly keeping up with our social networking sites, blogging as much as possible, and staying in touch with our network. But with all of that don’t you want to know if you are affecting people’s life positively? You don’t need to be famous or be in a high-profile position to be a person of influence. We are all influencers whether we intend it or not. Becoming a person of influence is not a quick, rapid, and spontaneous process. It takes time, effort and practice of some behaviors.

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Sign Language

We hear people say “I want to learn French” “I want to learn Spanish” “I want to learn Arabic”, but have you heard someone say “I want to learn SIGN LANGUAGE”?

Sign language is now one of the most popular languages to learn, it can help us communicate to any person with limited language skills. Language and culture go hand-in-hand and without language, it’s impossible to learn the culture. Just like any culture Deaf people has their own culture too and to get into their culture we should learn their language.
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Be authentic and true to yourself.

Are you living a life that is more in tune with your “authentic” self (who you were created to be) or your “fictional” self (who the world has told you to be)?

We live in a crazy world that’s trying to make us like everyone else, but we should find the courage to keep being our awesome self. Being authentic, real and true to our-self is the ultimate freedom. We should learn to be the best version of our-self and if we cannot put our heart in it, we can take our-self out of it.

I am not saying it’s easy; because when it comes to living as a compassionate, non-judgmental human being, the only challenge is learning to walk a lifetime, comfortably in our own shoes.  When people are authentic it’s refreshing, real and truthful. There’s no games’ being played, just a clean, clear communication from the heart and soul.

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When They Don’t Smile Back

I Smile At Strangers And Feel Awkward When They Don’t Smile Back

I always knew that a smile is generally an expression of positive emotions, which can uplift a soul, who in turn passes that energy to another.  Smile is like medicine that spread quickly and heals the wandering soul. It’s contagious and acts like an antidote for the lost and unhappy. It’s a silent message of love. It’s a symbol of hope that there’s still good people around.  I like to smile and always make sure I greet someone with my smile. But I’m also guilty of being careful, protective and untrustworthy. I too have my days. But I realised when I keep my smiling face the problems or circumstances gradually fade away or solve itself. Therefore, when I smile to someone who doesn’t smile back I think it’s kind of rude, but I usually tell myself if they don’t, then maybe they are just having a bad day. Unfortunately, people here do not like it when you smile; they take you for being mad. I got the general idea; I smiled and didn’t receive a smile back. I’ve noticed that a lot either while ordering a meal or being in a shop or even in the whole way when I smile or even talk with a smile people have this approach of looking down at me, not only directly, but indirectly as well.

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