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35 Cosas que lamentarás cuando seas viejo - Blog Phronesis

35 Cosas que lamentarás cuando seas viejo - Blog Phronesis
Tarde o temprano vendrán los tiempos cuando no puedas hacer muchas cosas. Cuando algunas otras se volverán obsoletas o imposibles de realizar. Pero siempre habrá que recordar que mientras seas joven, la vida debe adquirir un sentido, un propósito. Y para llegar a ello se necesita ser proactivo, para no lamentar cosas que no hiciste o dejaste de hacer. Siempre se puede ser mejor. Aquí una lista de las cosas que probablemente lamentarás cuando seas más grande: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. Via: buzzfeed Related:  Lifething to think

13 señales de que fuiste criado por una madre ecuatoriana - Matador Español Aprendiste sobre la triste realidad de la pobreza y la hambruna del mundo. Cada vez que mostraste desagrado por la comida de mamá, ella te recordaba que “hay tantos niños en el mundo que no tienen que comer y tú aquí de melindroso”. Entonces sentías mucha pena por aquellos niños, y hacías un esfuerzo por tragar la sopa de legumbres con harta cantidad de col o coliflor. Lo cierto es que muchas veces también te sentías agradecido porque mamá te mimaba con tu comida favorita. Eres un experto en manejo y resolución de conflictos. La mejor manera de resolver la pelea con tus hermanos fue teniendo a mamá como mediadora. Entendiste cuál es la razón por la que te pusieron dos nombres. Si siempre te preguntaste “¿por qué tengo dos nombres?” Nunca entras a un lugar sin saludar. Aprendiste que para llorar necesitas una razón de peso. Las mamás podrán ser “morelias” pero cuando alguna vez lloraste porque se te cayó el helado o se rompió un juguete, mamá te enseñó que no todo merece nuestras lágrimas.

36 Little Things That Will Actually Make Your Life Better 9 Qualities of Confident Women | Kali Rogers 1. They admit their flaws. No one is perfect. Self-assured women not only admit their imperfections, they applaud them. 2. Now, some people may think this practice is betchy (the PC version of b*tchy), but in reality, it’s pretty respectful. FYI: Confident women do RSVP, because, well, not doing so would actually be betchy. 3. While self-assured women trust their own judgment, they are also secure enough to listen to others’ opinions. To sum this up Twitter-style: Listening >Talking #blessed 4. Confident women don’t wear, say, listen to, do, or become anything they don’t believe in, because they aren’t walking cookie cutters. Slow clap. 5. Regardless of how brutal or shameful one’s romantic past may be, the opportunity for love is hardly off the table. Kidding! Horribly lame jokes aside, confident women don’t let their past hold them back. 6. So important. Mental tune-ups are their soy vanilla lattes. Sounds intense, girl. 7. 8. Guilt is supposed to be a temporary emotion. 9. Getty

25 books every girl should read before she turns 25 Classic literature is full of famous books about angsty teenage boys learning who they are as men. But what about all the women? The books about women’s coming of age are not nearly as widely celebrated, but are they are JUST as significant and moving and important as all those books about boys. From young adult stories of adventure, to non-fiction graphic novels, these game-changing reads will shape how you think about being a woman — which let’s be real, is mega important. It’s time to dust off your library card and get ready to be empowered. 1. Allende spent seven years researching this novel, which she describes as a young woman’s search for self-knowledge. 2. Persepolis is a graphic novel that I first encountered in an Intro to Gender & Women’s Studies in college. 3. This book is classic for a reason. 4. This 1969 autobiography from Maya Angelou shows how a woman can stand strong despite societal and personal injustices. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Master Your Fear With These 6 Tips “There are two basic motivating forces: fear and love. When we are afraid, we pull back from life. When we are in love, we open to all that life has to offer with passion, excitement, and acceptance. We need to learn to love ourselves first, in all our glory and our imperfections. If we cannot love ourselves, we cannot fully open to our ability to love others or our potential to create. Fear is a normal human reaction that helps to protect us. Fear is a good thing to feel. It sets us up for the adventure and it also prepares us to be cautious. “You can conquer almost any fear if you will only make up your mind to do so. I am proud to say that I am pretty close to being Fearless when it comes to me following my dream, stepping out of my comfort zone and dealing with life’s challenges . The turning point for me was last year when I had to face my third redundancy in 18 months. The 6 Steps to Mastering Your Fear 1. Do things that frighten you. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

20 Reasons Why Your Big Sister Is The Greatest Gift Your Parents Gave You If the Solange-Beyoncé-Elevatorgate scandal taught us anything, it’s this: You don’t mess with sisters. As someone who shares your blood and whose reputation is tangentially linked to your own, you’ll always defend your sister. Because she was there from the start, when you were just a naïve kid who didn’t know what all the jokes in “10 Things I Hate About You” meant. She knew you before you got cool and still managed to like you (even if she won’t let you live down the time you crapped your pants at summer camp). Having a big sister is like having an older best friend who lets you unplug the cord when you’re losing to her in video games. Not only does she make family photos look more full and lively, she also makes your life more full and lively. 1. If it wasn’t for her, you would have never known what those sexual innuendos in “Clueless” meant. Sometimes, though, she used this to torture you — like the time she 89 percent convinced you that you were adopted. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

10 grandes libros de Gabriel García Márquez en PDF para descargar El Zappo / Homozapping Regeneración. Abril 24, 2014 México.- Sin duda alguna, el mejor homenaje que se le puede hacer al gran Gabriel García Márquez es leerlo, descubrirlo, redescubrirlo y adentrarse en esos mundos tan particulares que sólo él pudo crear. Por lo mismo, compartimos estos 10 imperdibles libros de García Márquez, que pueden descargar de forma gratuita, para leer y releer a este mítico escritor. How to Loosen Up: 23 Steps (with Pictures) Edit Article Edited by Ashley, Maluniu, BR, Flickety and 9 others Three Parts:Changing Your PerspectiveTaking ActionMaking an Effort to Relax Have people been telling you that you're too uptight? Ad Steps Part 1 of 3: Changing Your Perspective 1Accept that you can’t control everything. 7See the situation from another person’s perspective. Part 2 of 3: Taking Action 1Have some brainless fun. 9Exercise. Part 3 of 3: Making an Effort to Relax 1Get a massage. 7See if you need to make a major life change to really loosen up. Tips Just let your muscles loose.

10 questions to ask around the table Sometime between the first bite of turkey and the last slice of pie, it’ll happen: a lull in the dinner conversation. What will you do next? If you’re breaking bread with acquaintances, you might turn small talk into smart conversation. But if you’re with family and friends and want to deepen the ties that bind, then try asking one of the following 10 questions around the table, as recommended by StoryCorps founder (and 2015 TED Prize winner) Dave Isay: . What are you proudest of? What’s been the happiest moment of your life so far? What’s been the hardest moment of your life, and how did you get through it? What are the most important lessons you’ve learned in life? How would you describe yourself as a child? Who has been kindest to you? How do you want to be remembered? If your great great grandchildren could listen to this years from now: is there any wisdom you’d want to pass on to them? Need some inspiration first? “If we left, they wouldn’t have nobody.” Featured image via iStock

Luis Tejada - La cola Aquel griego sutil que amputó la cola a su perro en un rapto de irónico buen humor, no adivinaba quizá en toda su magnitud el significado profundo, con proyecciones espirituales, que ese apéndice carnoso y peludo tiene en relación con la vida de los animales superiores. En la cola reside indudablemente el equilibrio físico, y yo creo que también el sentido del equilibrio intelectual de los mamíferos. Me dicen que un pobre perro sin cola es incapaz de pasar un puente estrecho; esto, aun cuando no fuera cierto, es verosímil y lógico. La cola es para el animalillo como la palanca que el bailarín lleva en la cuerda y que le ayuda a distribuir las fuerzas y los pesos, cuando el cuerpo va a inclinarse demasiado a un lado o a otro. La palanca es la cola del bailarín; le infunde confianza, le encuentra no sé qué invisibles puntos de apoyo en el espacio y lo guía a lo largo de la cuerda, sin que se interrumpa esa situación sutilísima y matemática que llamamos equilibrio. ¿Y el hombre?

Learning These 26 Useful Things Now Will Change The Rest Of Your Life If you pay attention to your everyday life careful enough, you’ll know that you can learn from everything and everyone you come across. Our life is basically full of useful lessons that we should learn. Here are 26 useful things that Abhishek A. Singh wants you to learn now. He shared on Quora how these life theories would lead you to live a different life. 1. When scheduling an interview, ask the employer the time slots they do interviews and try to be the first or the last. 2. In this way, angry customers who approach you will have to see themselves in the mirror behind you and the chance of them behaving irrationally will be lowered significantly. 3. This works in sales, but it can also be applied in other ways. 4. If you stay silent and keep eye contact, they will usually continue to talk. 5. When we eat, our brain tell ourselves, “I would not be eating if I were danger. 6. Also, most people like talking about themselves; so ask lots of questions about them. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

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