Love And Romance Outlook For You For 2011? A Psychic Reading Via E-mail To Reveal Your Romantic Possibilities!

Love And Romance Outlook For You For 2011? A Psychic Reading Via E-mail To Reveal Your Romantic Possibilities!

Curious about the Love and Romance Outlook for You in 2011? A Psychic Reading via e-mail to Reveal Your Romantic Possibilities!

If you are wondering about YOUR Love and Romance forecast for 2011, then maybe you NEED a psychic reading via e-mail to find out, and this way you can get some insight to the near future, in your life…especially…romantically speaking! A great psychic can deal with you face to face, over the telephone, or even through the postal service via written letters, or via e-mail messages!

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Inspirational Reading to Change Your Life

Inspirational Reading to Change Your Life

One of the joys of being on my summer holiday is the luxury of being able to indulge my passion for reading. Judging by the number of people I see absorbed in a book by the pool, I am not alone in this.

This year however I decided to do something different. I put aside my usual holiday reading mix of “30-something female lit”, action thrillers and the classics (I always had an eclectic taste in reading, I’ll read anything – even the cornflake packet if there is nothing else at hand). Instead I decided to read the self-development books that had been on my bookcase for some time. Do I regret my decision? Absolutely not, I was as hooked by these books as any page turning “whodunnit?”.

Here are the books I read on my sunbed this summer, that I would like to share with you. Read on if you would like to add some inspirational material to your reading list. I have no doubt they will motivate you to kick start some changes to your life.

The monk who sold his Ferrari by Robin S. Sharma

This is the story of a successful, well known lawyer whose out of balance life leads to an almost fatal heart attack. He quits his job and old lifestyle to embark on a spiritual journey which teaches him to live with greater passion, purpose and peace. Different self development techniques and theories are woven into the story in a very natural way. An enjoyable read on two levels; both for the story and the messages within. It would be enjoyed by those new to the world of self-development as well as those with more experience.

Feel the Fear and Do it Anyway by Susan Jeffers

The sub-title of this book is “How to Turn Your Fear and Indecision into Confidence and Action”. I cannot recommend this book highly enough, it has been enjoyed by millions around the world. Susan talks about different ways to tackle your fear or lack of confidence or whatever you choose to call it, that stops you from taking the action you want to take. In my opinion it should be a compulsory text in schools and colleges. The book is filled with examples, many from the author’s own life, that illustrate just how effective her approach is. A must read.

The Confidence Plan by Sarah Litvinoff

Another book that tackles the issue of confidence (or lack of it) and how to address it, so as to get more out of life or improve the quality of your life. A different approach to that taken by Susan Jeffers “Feel the fear”, yet equally instructive and usable. The book is broken down into her 10 step plan to increase your confidence. The Confidence Plan is full of real life examples (with lots of detail, which I loved) and exercises. To my mind a great companion to “Feel the fear”.

Chicken Soup for the Soul by Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen

Perfect for when you are in need of something with a high feel good factor. Chicken Soup is a collection of inspirational stories that celebrate all the best qualities we share as human beings. A great book to read on the beach as you can pick it up, read one or two stories and then go for another dip in the sea (feeling all warm and fuzzy towards your fellow man).

Losing my Virginity by Richard Branson

This is Richard Branson’s own take on his life so far. It reveals his unique philosophy on commerce, success and life. His insights into his childhood help to explain how he became the man he did. With extracts from his ballooning adventure diaries and the story of the Virgin empire highs and lows, it really is a page turner. Recommended for anyone interested in business, what lies behind an entrepreneur and all those who grew up with the Virgin brand.

I hope you are inspired to read some of these books yourself. Happy reading.

Jo Orgill works with women in their 30s and 40s who want to change something in their lives; she assists them to achieve those changes. She lives in Mallorca and in recent years has changed most aspects of her life. For more information and book recommendations, visit



My first morning in Dalhousie, I woke up with pain shooting up my arm. My wrist was swollen, and there were insect bites on my forearm. When I complained to J, the guesthouse owner, he said that it was nothing a bath with Dettol soap couldn’t cure. He spoke with the confidence of a man who had been through his share of bedbug bites. But I had seen an episode of House M.D. on TV the previous night where the patient had a problem that seemed trivial only for it to worsen to a point where solving it was not trivial at all (no, it wasn’t Lupus) and House and his team of doctors had to pull out their A-game and best anxious faces to save the patient. So I thanked J for his advice and asked him to point me to the nearest doctor.

When I got to Dr. L’s clinic, there was no one there. There didn’t seem to be anyone anywhere, really. On my walk to the clinic, I had mostly encountered monkeys who were thankfully quite indifferent to my presence. Eventually, a short, stout man with a moustache walked in to the clinic.

“Doctor?” I asked.

He nodded and asked me to take a seat.

I showed him my arm. “I’ve got bedbug bites.”

He took my wrist and pressed hard with his thumb. I yelped in pain.

“Not bed bug bites,” he said and dropped my wrist. “Inflamed tendon.”

“But these are clearly bed bug bites.”

He looked at me with a patient smile. “Yes, those are bed bug bites.”

“So it’s not an inflamed tendon?”

“No, it is an inflamed tendon. You also have bed bug bites.”

He then rummaged behind his desk and pulled out a bunch of pink, heart-shaped pills. “Take these three times a day.”

“Thanks, Doctor. How much do I owe you?”

“Rs. 200.”

As I paid him his very reasonable fees, I thought about the insane $120 bill I had received in the US for a simple splinter removal. You may, at this point, wonder why I went to a doctor to get a splinter removed. I sometimes wonder that myself.

“Thanks again,” I said, shaking Dr. L’s hand. “By the way, is there a name for what I’ve got?”

“Inflamed tendon.”


“Don’t worry, you’ll be fine.”

Back at the guesthouse, I saw J outside, whacking my blanket with a stick. The bed sheets and pillow covers from my room hung on chairs and tables nearby.

“No bed bugs tonight!” he said with a smile. “But still, it won’t hurt to buy some Dettol soap.”

Over the next couple of hours, the magical heart shaped pills brought down the swelling and the pain, and I went for a walk around town to celebrate. There was heavy fog; the trees looked ghostly and past a few meters, it was all just a white sheet. There were people out and about now. Some were on leisurely walks, some were playing cards. One man was sitting on someone’s roof reading a newspaper.

After some wandering, I stepped into an Internet cafe, a rare sight in Dalhousie. It had been carved out in the back of a restaurant, and I had to jump over a desk to get to the computer, which was covered with dust and running Windows XP. While the computer technically was connected to the internet, the download speed reminded me of the dial-up days where the worst thing you could do as a person was pick up the landline when someone one else in the house was exploring the World Wide Web; the modem would scream into one of your ears, and your sister, whose internet session you had just ended, screamed in the other.

It felt like Dalhousie had progressed a little too slowly over the years, an aspect both charming and romantic, except when trying to check email.


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Lunar Strike

Lunar Strike

AUTHOR: H.I. Larry


SERIES: Zac Power ; book 7


Astronauts are given three years to train for their first trip into outer space– Zac is given three hours to get the hang of zero gravity! An enemy agent is out to sabotage the worldwide webcast of a rock festival, and steal billions of dollars from the bank computer that orbits the Earth. Zac is rocketed into outer space to stop the robbery. Will Zac be able to stop the theft without being blasted to space dust?

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Reading Romeo and Juliet and Romeo Juliet quotes as a story of typical teen and parent tension

Reading Romeo and Juliet and Romeo Juliet quotes as a story of typical teen and parent tension

Will Smith was right: sometimes parents just don’t understand. Of course, he said that before he himself was a parent of Karate Kid Jayden and Whip-My-Hair Willow, but we digress. Parental misunderstanding is a common angst-ridden teen’s complaint, but it is a complaint that is well founded. Chalk it up to hormones, generation gaps or just pure angst a la Catcher in The Rye rebellion. It’s still a truth that parents, kids, psychiatrists and even fancy pants neuroscientists find undeniable.

Besides The Fresh Prince, another famous wordsmith named Will also understood the disconnects between parents and their pubescent progeny. Of course, we’re talking about the bard himself, Will Shakespeare. Shakespeare, a perennial favorite among high school English teachers, appreciated young adults that were in conflict with the wishes and expectations of their parents. Heck, he capitalized on that tension by turning it into classic tragedies. Of course, the ultimate story of parents not understanding is his iconic masterpiece Romeo and Juliet. Talk about family conflicts! A play about two star-crossed 13-year-olds from feuding families, who despite their obligations to their parents, pursue their love and get hitched. Of course, as everyone knows, it wasn’t happily ever after. Both die by suicide after when an impetuous and preoccupied Romeo misses a simple message, a type of problem that probably wouldn’t exist today with all the Twittering and texting going on. If only Romeo and Juliet was 400 something years later, we’d have a completely different story.

The cause of Romeo and Juliet’s tragedy, of course, is their parents and families. Montague and Capulets might as well be the Bloods and the Crypts for the two teenaged lovers. What’s more, Juliet’s parents are trying to get her to marry someone else, threatening to disown her if she does not. Alas, her heart lies with Romeo, whose name alone causes her much pain, as evidenced in one of the the oft-recited Romeo and Juliet quotes from the famous balcony scene, “Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo?”

Shakespeare’s sympathies clearly lie with the two lovers and their tragic ends, while showing the parents to be unforgiving and unyielding people who are largely to blame for their children’s suicides. Perhaps that is why Romeo and Juliet, besides its relative ease and accessibility, is often high school-ers first experience with Shakespeare because it speaks to their frustration of what they consider tyrannical parents. Of course, it could also show angst-y teens that issues over curfews and grades are small potatoes compared to what Romeo and Juliet faced. Nonetheless, the parents are cast as the unintentional villains of the play, with their grudges imposed on their children causing them not only strife but ultimately grief. The parents do not know or could not even understand Romeo and Juliet’s love that was so explicitly forbidden. Their demand for hate over love is the ultimate example of parent’s just not understanding.

Paul Thomson is an avid reader of English Literature. His areas of expertise include Romeo and Juliet, Romeo and Juliet quotes and Catcher in the Rye. In his spare time, he loves to participate in online literature forums and promote reading for youth.

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Applied Ideas About Reading A Happy Quotes

Applied Ideas About Reading A Happy Quotes

When explaining the word happy, then it’s really simple. Most of the times, you don’t need to speak since the eyes, smile and also actions already explain it. Becoming happy is the most positive among all the rest of sensations any living thing can ever express. However, many reasons exist why people turn happy – it might be because of wonderful relationships with loved ones, it might be wonderful career or it could just be living with enjoyment and ease. Happy quotes for example details the way a happy person seem like by illustrating experiences and describing little by little the unheard or unspoken happiness from these authors, poets and writers.

Nevertheless, this still motivates people to live a happy life by doing whatever they love whatever these things are but what matters most is these make them happier. Listed here are happy quotes that can give smiles on people’s faces again.

You will never be happy if you continue to search for what happiness consists of. You will never live if you are looking for the meaning of life. -Albert Cammus; It’s so hard to forget pain, but it’s even harder to remember sweetness. We have no scar to show for happiness. We learn so little from peace. -Chuck Palahniuk; Love is that condition in which the happiness of another person is essential to your own. -Robert A. Heinlein; Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony. -Mahatma Ghandi

Happiness is having a large, loving, caring, close-knit family in another city. -George Burns; The most important thing is to enjoy your life-to be happy-it’s all that matters. -Audrey Hepburn; Of all forms of caution, caution in love is perhaps the most fatal to true happiness. -Bertrand Russel; Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom. -Marcel Proust

Now and then it’s good to pause in our pursuit of happiness and just be happy. -Guillaume Apollinaire; When the first baby laughed for the first time, its laugh broke into a thousand pieces, and they all went skipping about, and that was the beginning of fairies. -J.M. Barrie; It’s been my experience that you can nearly always enjoy things if you make up your mind firmly that you will. -L.M. Montgomery; Success is getting what you want, happiness is wanting what you get. -W.P. Kinsella

The best way to cheer yourself is to try to cheer someone else up. -Mark Twain; Learn to value yourself, which means: fight for your happiness. -Ayn Rand; Happiness is only real when shared. -Jon Krakauer; Rules for Happiness: something to do, someone to love, something to hope for. -Immanuel Kant

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Reading good quotes affects our brain positively

Reading good quotes affects our brain positively


Hi all, it is proved scientifically that reading good and affirmative thought improves our productivity and we fell more positive and happy. Reading good and positive thought affects our brain, our nervous system and our whole surroundings in a positive manner. Here I am giving you a collection of few good quotes with a little description of each quote. Hope you enjoy them all.

Quote “The greatest achievement is to outperform yourself.”- Denis Waitley

Description- our best challenge is to do better than our abilities. The greatest achievement is to compete with yourself and beat you and become better than before. We should increase the domain of our thinking and work harder to perform better than we think we are capable of. Our capabilities and abilities are much more than we think of, just we have to increase our thinking level and believe in our self that we can achieve much better than we are at present.

Quote “Problems are only opportunities in work clothes.”

Henry J. Kaiser

DISCRIPTION- the quote states that problems are the opportunities which comes to our life to makes us stronger and a better person. We can only overcome any problem by working on the solution. If we keep on thinking about the problem it will never be solved and it will create more problems. If we work and overcome the problem our self-confidence increases and we feel more energetic and self-determined.

Quote – “The walls we build around us to keep sadness out also keeps out the joy.”

Jim Rohn

DISCRIPTION- Many times we set some boundaries for our self just to stay away from sadness and unhappiness. We feel and think that if we keep our self in a limited domain we will feel happy. But the real fact is happiness increase when we increases our domain of thinking go beyond to take more risks in life and work. Happiness doesn’t comes by keeping our self and our thinking limited to a particular domain but it increases by facing challenges, overcoming obstacles and thinking positive in every aspect of life.

Quote – “focus on the journey, not the destination. Joy is found not in finishing an activity but in doing it.” – Greg Anderson

DISCRIPTION- We all want to become something wants to achieve something and have some goals/aims in our life. We always feel that whenever we achieve our goals then we will be happy, but the real happiness is in the process through which we achieve that thing. Happiness is in the journey of success not the destination. During the journey of success an individual have to overcome obstacle, challenges and many problems. Overcoming al the obstacles makes him more self-confident and therefore he feels happier.


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Five Benefits of Reading Life Quotes

Five Benefits of Reading Life Quotes

Life Quotes are very popular amongst peoples because of the benefits it offers to the individual. Apart from keeping you inspired and motivated, it changes your prospective about how you view life.

These are the Top 5 Benefits of Reading Quotes about Life:

1- Stress Reliever – Stress is one of the biggest diseases in the whole world right now. It is very harmful for an individual. It negatively affects your physical as well as mental health. Too much of stress leads to depression and can damage your heart also. Reading Life Quotations can drastically decrease the risk of this deadly illness.

2- Source of Inspiration – In order to achieve our personal and professional goals, we need something that can inspire us. We continuously need to inspire ourselves to be a better person and to reach even more lofty heights. Life Quotes are your source to unlimited inspiration and motivation. They are true words of wisdom that have power to activate the champion inside you.

3- Positive Attitude – Positive attitude is all you need to get everything in life. It is your ticket to get whatever you want in life. It helps you live life to the fullest extent rather than just living a mediocre life. Not only it helps you in your personal growth, but also produces positive energy making you more productive, more energetic and more likeable. Life Quotes kick out all the negativity from your life and allows your mind to think positively in every circumstance of life.

4- True Meaning of Life – Life is all about giving love and taking love. Those who understand this simple thing are living happy life. Those who don’t are probably living unhappy life. Life Quotes are true words of wisdom that helps you know the true meaning of life.

5- Source of Laughter – I remembered a quote by e.e. cummings, “The most wasted of all days is one without laughter.” I certainly agree with this quote. We should laugh a lot everyday. It keeps us healthy physically and mentally. Several researches have showed that Laughter is best medicine. Some life Quotations are extremely funny that gives you ton of laugh.  These funny life quotes are extremely hilarious and sure to get you chuckle.

These are some of the benefits of reading Life Quotes. A simple search on Google can take you to hundred of thousands of Quotations websites which are absolutely free.

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