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Shielding Yourself From Negativity‏















Lazy Rules #1:


Shielding yourself from negativity will help you in many ways such as strengthening your thought processfor better personality development, focusing on solutions instead of problems and attaining peace of mind in nearly all kind of tough circumstances.
The intention of staying away from negativity is not to ignore the tough realities, rather to change your focus on things which matter most so as to change these tough circumstances. For example, keep worrying about joblessness will not bring you a new job. Instead, Focusing on applying for jobs, developing interviewing skills, reading personality development articles, refreshing your knowledge will definitely improve your probability of getting new job.

Focus is very important tool to shield yourself from negativity. Remember the fact that what you focus on, increases. Which means if you focus on negative things, you will end up having negative personality. On the contrary, if you focus on finding solutions to the problems, you will be successful; sooner or later. Your focus decides the direction of your thoughts; your thoughts give birth to actions. These consistent actions become your habits and eventually make your overall personality.


1- On your smart phones, download wisdom quotes and other personality enhancement applications from relevant app libraries / stores and read them often. Keep trying new applications every week.
2- 'Like' Facebook pages such as Positively Positive, Wisdom quotes, Positive thoughts etc to start receiving daily dose of wisdom.
3- Stay away from negative souls. They are consistently polluting your brain. Check if you are surrounded by such people who criticize things all the times. If yes, change your company. 
4- If you notice that a discussion is going negative more and more, try changing the topic towards something exciting, healthy and fruitful. 
5- If your family members are negative and you do not have a choice to leave them, then you must program yourself to deal with such consistent negative situation. For example, upon a disheartening comment from your brother you can say "OK brother, you have a great point" Say it then laugh inside your heart and shun the comment immediately. This skill requires some practice but once properly implemented, will generate a powerful impact on your personality. 
6- Keep telling yourself that you can make things happen. Believe in yourself and you will see that your subconscious mind will find out a way to make things happen actually. 



Mass protests in Turkey

 Turkey overwhelmed by rioting. Dissatisfaction with the rapid Islamization of the Turkish people of the country, finally found an outlet on May 31, when a protest against the destruction of a public park in Istanbul turned into anti-government demonstrations, quickly covering the whole Turkey. Demonstrators took to the streets of their cities to protest against the policies of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who, in their opinion, is becoming increasingly authoritarian.



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1. A protester waves a Turkish flag with a portrait of the founder of modern Turkey, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk during a protest against the policies of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara, June 1, 2013. (Adem Altan / AFP / Getty Images)
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2. People carry a wounded protester during clashes with police in a protest against the felling of Taksim Gezi Park in Taksim Square in Istanbul, May 31, 2013.(Bulent Kilic / AFP / Getty Images)
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3. Demonstrators take part in clashes with police during a protest against the felling of Taksim Gezi Park in Taksim Square in Istanbul, May 31, 2013. (Gurcan Ozturk / AFP / Getty Images)
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4. Demonstrators take part in clashes with police during a protest against the felling of Taksim Gezi Park in Taksim Square in Istanbul, May 31, 2013. (Gurcan Ozturk / AFP / Getty Images)
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5. Doctors volunteers provide medical assistance to victims demonstrators during clashes with police in the Besiktas district of Istanbul, June 3, 2013. (Ahmet Sik / EPA)
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6. Demonstrators take part in clashes with police outside the office of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Istanbul, June 3, 2012. (Gurcan Ozturk / AFP / Getty Images)
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7. Thousands of people are marching in the street Istiklal during a protest against the conservative policies of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Istanbul, June 2, 2013. (Tolga Bozoglu / EPA)
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8. Demonstrators protest against the conservative policies of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Istanbul, June 2, 2013. (Tolga Bozoglu / EPA)
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9. Police use water cannons during the dispersal of protesters against the felling of Taksim Gezi Park in Taksim Square in Istanbul, May 31, 2013. (Stringer / AFP / Getty Images)
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10. Police use water cannons during the dispersal of protesters against the policies of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara, June 1, 2013. (Umit Bektas / Reuters)
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11. Police use water cannons to disperse demonstrators outside the office of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's Besiktas district of Istanbul, June 2, 2013.(Ozan Kose / AFP / Getty Images)
12. Doctors volunteer to help wounded protesters at a mosque in Beşiktaş, Istanbul, June 3, 2013. (Ahmet Sik / EPA)
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13. Demonstrators set fire to barricades during an anti-government protest in Taksim Square in central Istanbul, May 31, 2013. (Murad Sezer / Reuters)
14. Police used tear gas to disperse the demonstrators in Taksim Square in central Istanbul, May 31, 2013. (Murad Sezer / Reuters)
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15. A protester waves a national flag with the monument during a protest in central Ankara, June 2, 2013. (Umit Bektas / Reuters)
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16. Anti-government protester holds a Turkish flag with a portrait of the founder of modern Turkey, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk during a protest in Ankara, June 2, 2013. (Umit Bektas / Reuters)
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17. Demonstrators carry a national flag during a protest in Taksim Gezi Park in Taksim Square in central Istanbul, June 3, 2013. (Stoyan Nenov / Reuters)
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18. Demonstrantki chanting anti-government slogans during a protest in Ankara, June 3, 2013. (Umit Bektas / Reuters)
19. Demonstrators take part in clashes with police during a protest against the felling Gezi Park Taksim in Istanbul, May 31, 2013. (Bulent Kilic / AFP / Getty Images)
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20. Demonstrators protest against the destruction of the Park Taksim Gezi Istanbul, May 31, 2013. (Bulent Kilic / AFP / Getty Images)
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21. The police are on the street Istiklal during a protest against the felling of Taksim Gezi Park in Taksim Square in Istanbul, June 1, 2013. (Bulent Kilic / AFP / Getty Images)
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22. People assist wounded demonstrator in Ankara, June 1, 2013. (Adem Altan / AFP / Getty Images)
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23. A police officer uses tear gas during a protest against the policies of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara, June 1, 2013. (Adem Altan / AFP / Getty Images)
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24. People help a wounded demonstrator during clashes with police in Ankara, June 1, 2013. (Adem Altan / AFP / Getty Images)
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25. Demonstrators take part in clashes with police during a protest against the policies of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara, June 1, 2013. (Adem Altan / AFP / Getty Images)
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26. Painted storefront on Taksim Square in Istanbul, after several days of protests, June 3, 2013. (Bulent Kilic / AFP / Getty Images)
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27. People distribute free food among the protesters in Taksim Gezi Park in Istanbul, June 3, 2013. (Bulent Kilic / AFP / Getty Images)
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28. Demonstrators take part in clashes with police outside the office of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Istanbul, June 3, 2013. (Gurcan Ozturk / AFP / Getty Images)









Would you like to live in a completely transparent house ?

Would you like to live in a completely transparent house ?
 
Located on a side-street in a hipper part of Tokyo sits this 914 sq-ft (85 sq-m) glass house. It is named the NA House and was designed by Sou Fujimoto Architects. The various levels are linked by an assortment of stairs and ladders in addition to short runs of fixed and movable wooden steps, which is unique, but let’s be honest the main draw of the house is that it is almost completely made of glass.
I couldn’t find the price of the house. Is the house’s lack of privacy too much to overcome or would you ever consider making it your permanent residence??
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Poem Of The Week




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© Melissa G. Nicks 



When I am born, you are here
In your eye, I see a tear
Time flies and already I'm two
"Look, daddy, I can tie my shoe!"

Before you know it, I'm five
Every day, you thank God I'm alive
Pretty soon, I turn eight
You tell me I'm never allowed to date

I'm already twelve in my preteen years
Which means you'll help me with all my new fears
Now fourteen with my permit to drive
Waiting to hit the big one-five

Too early comes sixteen, with my license now
It went by too fast, you just ask how

You want to meet my boyfriend when I'm eighteen
I pray to god that you're not too mean
The same guy two years later asks for my hand
I'm relieved when you say, that's just grand

About a year later, you walk me down the aisle
Through all the tears, you bare a smile
Three years later, you're gonna be a grandfather
You show love and pride for your new granddaughter

Another year down the road
Mom dies, oh the many tears that flowed
You're not doing so well without her
Less than a year later, you forgot all about her

Alzheimer's sets in and it scares me so
Not long after, you decide to go
Now I'm regretting not saying goodbye
Every time I think about it, I start to cry

The cycle has begun again
It has started over with little Megan
The other day, she turned two
And said, "Look, daddy, I can tie my shoe!" 

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