Inspirational Stories and Motivational Stories This is a collection of inspirational stories and motivational stories. These inspirational short stories are chosen so that it may inspire you. These motivational stories are filled with lessons which we all can take home. They are arranged by their different categories. Their main objectives are to impress upon your mind and emotions what some of these people have done. Some of these are people who have succeeded despite the tremendous odds. You and I can make our lives one of these legendary inspirations, as well, simply by having courage and the awareness that we can control whatever happens in our lives. If there's anything you're not happy about--in your relationships, in your health, in your career--make a decision right now about how you're going to change it immediately. Aging John Glenn – The First Septuagenarian Astronaut Anger Scar (New) Christian Nick Vujicic, Life Without Limbs (Favorite) Take the Son (Favorite) Why It Is So Hard To Let Go (New) Amazing Grace Rain Psalm 23 Courage
Town with so Perfect Views Étretat, France is a small coastal town with views so perfect, it’s hard to believe they’re real. Étretat’s population is just a little less than 2,000 people, which means you might be the only one on the roads and hiking paths above the ocean. There, you’ll find picture-perfect natural arches staggered along the coastline for your snapshot-ing pleasure. They’ve served as muses for legendary writers and artists, including Claude Monet.
Why People Unfriend On Facebook (INFOGRAPHIC) Classic Short Stories Five Books That Changed My Life I was incredibly lucky that my Mom owned a beautiful second-hand book store throughout my adolescence, because I constantly got to reap the reward of having amazing literature at my finger tips. Whatever I wanted to read, I was lucky enough to get to read. And as a result of the store taking second-hand books, can you even grasp how many amazing books must I got to read, that I never would have known about otherwise? The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran The Prophet is a book you do not keep. The book is too powerful to cherish it secretly. The leather-bound, hardcover edition is quite breathtaking in itself, even before you open it. I shalln’t tell you anything about this book, lest I ruin it. Survivor by Chuck Palahniuk When people ask me, this tends to be the book I most recommend most. Everyone cites Fight Club as Palahniuk’s seminal work, but that is not fair, nor is it accurate. It was this book that reignited my love of writing. This edition of the book was very hard to find after 9/11.
Ugh, Why Is She Dressed Like That? If you’ve ever hated what you see when looking in the mirror; if you’ve ever deprived yourself of food or almost passed out from working too hard at the gym in order to burn that 100 extra calories; if you’ve ever found yourself thinking, “Ugh, she shouldn’t be eating that,” or “That outfit is a little slutty” when looking at another woman; if you’ve ever insisted that you’ll commit suicide once you turn 40: this article is for you. Ladies, something’s gotta give. The judgments of ourselves and other women about age, weight, looks, clothes, etc has got to stop. Mind you, I’m guilty of it myself. This is nothing new, of course. When we subscribe to the societal doctrine that we, as women, exist to fit in a box as these shiny, pretty things to look good (generally on a man’s arm, but that’s a whole other thing), we continue to validate those very ideals that we should be fighting against and reshaping. So, what are you, then? Insecure about getting older?
Best Inspirational Short Stories Let’s enjoy some wonderful inspirational short stories that are full of wisdom. Sometimes, it is important to stop our busy schedules and remember where the beauty of life resides... Don't forget to check out these other wonderful and inspiring stories: • Short Inspirational Stories (Part II) • Short Inspirational Stories (Part III) Native American Inspirational Short Stories: The Two Wolves A Cherokee was instructing his grandson about a battle that goes on in every human being. The grandson thought about the wolves for a moment and then asked his grandfather, “which wolf wins?" The Cherokee elder replied, “the one you feed”. Lakota Instructions for Living Friend do it this way - that is, whatever you do in life, do the very best you can with both your heart and mind. And if you do it that way, the power of the Universe will come to your assistance, if your heart and mind are in Unity. When one sits in the Hoop of the People, one must be responsible because all of Creation is related. The Eagle
Is Gone Girl David Fincher's Creepiest Trailer? A Ranking By Alynda Wheat and Samantha Miller 04/15/2014 at 04:00 PM EDT The new Gone Girl trailer is blowing up, and with good reason. Author Gillian Flynn has said she wrote a whole new ending to her twist-filled thriller for director David Fincher's movie – and fans are scouring every frame of the trailer for clues. Missing wife Amy Dunne (Rosamund Pike) seems to be floating in a watery grave, while husband Nick (Ben Affleck) goes from preoccupied spouse to prime suspect. A look back at the suspense master's ultra-cool trailers, from creepiest to chillest: 1. Safe rooms can be the scariest of all.Cool music bonus: Just a lot of smashing. 2. Eerie choir + awkward geeks + how the Internet took over our lives = deeply creepy.Cool music bonus: A women's chorus covering Radiohead's aptly titled "Creep." 3. In which Rooney Mara looks far scarier than the killer.Cool music bonus: Karen O singing Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross's remake of Led Zeppelin's "Immigrant Song." 4. Ben Affleck is a nice man! 5. 6.