Wednesday, August 17, 2011


I love reading books that gives me positive outlook in life, they help me focus on my goals. They help to stand amidst disappointing circumstances. Tonight I came to read one of the books in my pending books to read. The author says in his book, You can do it by John Masson. Don't spend your life standing at the complaint counter. I was reminded of my being impatience and easily flare up and get to complained every time I find glitz from the services I am availing. Well, I will give myself a deep sigh for that. 

The author of the book says, The more you complain the less you'll obtain and the person who is always finding faults seldom finds anything else. Therefore live your life as an exclamation , not an explanation. Any failure will tell  you success is nothing but luck. A life of complaining is the ultimate rut. The only difference between a rut and a grave is their measurements. Those who have nothing good to say are always stuck.

Little men with little minds and little imagination jog through life in little ruts, smugly resisting all changes that would jar their little worlds. - Anonymous. 


simply kim said...

that's a very nice book girl, thanks for featuring it here.. left you a ki$$!

by the way, do you mind checking out on A Piece of Paper?

Lina Gustina said...

Inspiring book indeed!