The things you have control over today, can you actually do without them? Can you do without one for only one week?
Pick your habits a little more carefully. Most recovery stories often start with a habit that used to be very much under control.
Twenty four hours will make one day, but not all hard work will work out. What are you doing? Are you working hard or hardly
When Jesus Christ referred to some people talking about doing wondrous works through His name, it is easy to conclude on the culprits being Fake Miracle Workers.
I call on those that call me son,
Grandson, or great-grandson,
On uncles, aunts, great-uncles or great-aunts,
To judge what I have done.
If there is a category of hustlers that can be referred to as classy, then Timi Dakolo’s “Wish Me Well” should serve as one of their anthems.
Dexterity is defined as the skill in performing tasks, especially with the hand.
It is ironically funny, but disturbing when you meet someone who has been on one job for over ten years and in that period doesn’t do anything differently from when he started.
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Holy Bible And he called his name Noah, saying, This same shall comfort us concerning our work and toil of our hands, because of the
Sir Noel Coward Work is much more fun than fun. – Sir Noel Pierce Coward You might be interested in these: Word For The Day:
Great Eaters and Great Sleepers are Incapable of doing Anything that is Great. – Henry IV You might be interested in these: Word For The Day:
Francis Bacon And He that will not apply New Remedies, must expect New Evils; for Time is the Greatest Innovator. – Francis Bacon You might be
Friendship often ends in Love; but Love, in Friendship – Never. – Charles Caleb Colton You might be interested in these: Word For The Day:
There are Two Cardinal Sins, from which others Spring: Impatience and Laziness – Franz Kafka You might be interested in these: Word For The Day:
Abraham Lincoln My Father taught me to Work, He did not Teach me to Love it. – Abraham Lincoln You might be interested in these: Word