Sunday, 25 December 2016

Everything Is Possible If You Ready to Pay The Price


Everything is possible if you just Believe


You can learn, have, or be anything if you are willing to pay the price.

You can be a millionaire in not a long period of time.

You could be an established expert on any topic.

You could be a successful business owner.

You could have deep spiritual understanding.

You could be an empathetic, caring, and loving person.

You could have beautiful and meaningful relationships with your romantic partner, business 
colleagues, mentors, and other people who inspire you.

You could be the person you know within yourself you can be.

You can live the life you know within yourself you are meant to live.

But you have to pay the price.

You have to actually make a decision. If you try to be everywhere, you’ll end up nowhere. 

If you try to be everyone, you’ll end up no one.

You have to choose what you want to do and who you want to be.
You have to give up the trivial many for the essential few.
You have to give up the endless good options for the few best ones.
You have to manage your mind and your time.

You can’t continue to justify living beneath your dreams.
You have to really want it. Because once you do, nothing will be able to stop you from having it.
You have to let go of your bad habits.
You have to rearrange your priorities.
You have to say “No” more.
You need to put first things first, every single day.

You have to pay the price.
If you’re willing to pay the price, you can have absolutely anything you want.
But you need to be uncomfortable enough with your current situation to get off Facebook. To stop consuming and wasting your time.
 To focus on learning and creating rather than being entertained and distracted.
There are probably dozens are recurring activities you do on a daily basis that aren’t serving you.
You need to drop those activities from your life. Leave them in your past and fill your future with the activities that will take you to where you really want to go.

When you have 5 extra minutes, what do you do? Do you entertain and distract yourself?
Or do you pay the price?

When your alarm goes off in the morning, do you hit the snooze button or do you pay the price?

When you know you should be creating, do you distract yourself or do you pay the price?

When you’re with your loved ones, do you look at your smart phone or do you pay the price?

Are you serious or still pretending?

Do you really want it or are you still unsure?

Are you moving one step in 20 directions or 20 steps in one direction?

How many hours did you waste today? 
How many hours were you paying the price?

What do you really want?

Are you willing to pay the price?

Nothing in life is free, especially your time. Everything has a cost. And when it comes to your time, the cost is heavy. You can never get even one second back.

You can live your life on purpose. You can spend your time on things you value. You can be who you intended to become. You can continue to progress and evolve, even after you’ve become successful and fulfilled.

But the price must be payed.
You can’t fake it.
It’s available if you want it. But you must choose it…..Choice is urs......

Have a Great Life Ahead.....🖒🖒🖒

Monday, 6 June 2016

10 Reasons Why do Muslims observe fasting in Ramadan, and what are the benefits of it???

While in reality the rewards for fasting in Ramadan are countless and its full benefits known only to God, the following are ten very important reasons for fasting in Ramadan, and why Muslims are encouraged to take advantage of this unique social and spiritual experience.

Reasons for Fasting in Ramadan, #1: A Pillar of Islam

The foundation of Islamic spiritual practice is known as the Five Pillars of Islam, which form the basis for a spiritual culture designed to provide an ideal environment for personal growth and spiritual evolution.
Fasting in Ramadan is one of the Five Pillars of Islam, constituting one of the most valuable spiritual practices designed to empower a human being in overcoming the self and transcending the ego, the one true veil between a human being and his or her Creator.
Reasons for Fasting in Ramadan, #2:  Spiritual Purification

One of the primary benefits of fasting in Ramadan is spiritual purification, the essential goal of Islamic Spirituality.
Although we tend to think of the mind, body and spirit as separate components, in reality they are all connected and interrelated, and improvement in any one naturally effects improvement in the others as well.
Fasting in Ramadan purifies the mind, body and spirit, leading to greater clarity, sensitivity and health.
Reasons for Fasting in Ramadan, #3: Health

It has now been scientifically documented and demonstrated that one of the most effective factors in improving human health and longevity is the reduction of intake and consumption.
Fasting in Ramadan allows the digestive system, the engine of the body, to rest from the normal demands of processing and breaking down food, freeing up system resources to cleanse and purify the body of accumulated toxins, thereby allowing more effective healing and tissue repair.
Fasting in Ramadan keeps the body healthy and youthful (provided one does not overindulge when breaking fast).
Reasons for Fasting in Ramadan, #4: Family and Community

One of the greatest benefits and reasons for fasting in Ramadan is renewing solidarity and cultivating positive relationships with one’s family and community.
Only one who observes fasting in Ramadan can truly know the beauty and joy of breaking fast with others, celebrating the gift of life daily for thirty days with loved ones.
Fasting in Ramadan is truly one of the greatest social experiences a human being will ever have, and this is one of the most important aspects of this unique pillar of Islamic practice.
Reasons for Fasting in Ramadan, #5:  Gratitude

It’s true that one generally does not realize what he or she has until it’s gone or not available, and by fasting in Ramadan, Muslims become acutely aware of the unlimited abundance of divine favor God Almighty has blessed humanity with, particularly with regards to sustenance.
The cultivation of gratitude is a core purpose of Islam, and few spiritual practices cultivate gratitude as does fasting in Ramadan!
Reasons for Fasting in Ramadan, #6: Humility and Selflessness

By fasting in Ramadan, a Muslim realizes how totally dependent we as human beings are upon the divine grace of God for survival, and humility is a natural result of this realization.
Generally, we take things for granted and become heedless as a result of living in the world,dunya, yet by fasting in Ramadan, we are continually reminded of our frailty and dependence upon the Divine, leading us to humility, reverence, piety and selflessness — primary goals of Islamic Spirituality.
Reasons for Fasting in Ramadan, #7:  Empathy and Compassion

Although we live in a world of natural abundance, of divine grace and providence, unfortunately due to a  lack of empathy, compassion and solidarity among human beings, there are many throughout the globe who still struggle with hunger, poverty, lack and scarcity.
When a Muslim observes fasting in Ramadan, he or she feels the hunger that many experience daily as a normal consequence of their circumstances.
By fasting in Ramadan, we develop the holy qualities of empathy and compassion, becoming more aware of our intrinsic connection and oneness with all human beings regardless of borders or labels that create artificial separation among the citizens of the human race.
This then leads us to greater contribution and selflessness in the service of our fellow human beings, constituting one of the most valuable reasons for fasting in Ramadan.
Reasons for Fasting in Ramadan, #8:  Restraint and Self-Discipline

The modern world and its culture are largely defined by materialism, consumption and instant gratification of desires. This results in the diminishment of human consciousness, the regression of planetary culture and the suppression of the soul.
Yet by fasting in Ramadan, a Muslim consciously curtails this unhealthy norm by intentionally practicing restraint and self-discipline, separating him or herself from the animal kingdom which is governed by the unconscious drive to satiate one’s immediate physical needs and desires.
Fasting in Ramadan is thus an essential practice for attaining true freedom and independence from dunya, the external world of form and appearances, and for the liberation of the soul from the self, the mind-body that is unconsciously driven by fear and the struggle survival.
Reasons for Fasting in Ramadan, #9:  Simplicity and Non-Attachment

When living without discipline and restraint, life quickly becomes overly complicated, leading to a heavy burden that results in unnecessary stress, anxiety, unhappiness and difficulty.
By fasting in Ramadan, we limit excess and indulgence, facilitating the return to simplicity and non-attachment, releasing one from dependence on dunya and so contributing to psychological health and happiness, and practical wellness and balance.
Reasons for Fasting in Ramadan, # 10:  Focus

With the constant demands of modern life, it’s all too easy to become lost and forget who we are, and so to unconsciously forget our divine purpose and destiny.
Without constant reminder, we become lost in the dream of dunya and become disconnected from reality.
Fasting in Ramadan for thirty days is a powerful practice in restoring and strengthening focus, direction, balance and purpose to our lives.
Fasting in Ramadan is a Gift from God
The opportunity to observe fasting in Ramadan is a gift from God, allowing us to grow and develop as human beings, enabling us to become more compassionate, caring, kind and grateful.
Fasting in Ramadan is a unique opportunity to develop spiritually and gain strength and control over our selves, our egos, the nafs, the unconscious automatic primitive nature that tends to dominate our lives when unchecked.
By observing fasting in Ramadan, a Muslim has a profound and unique opportunity to become more peaceful, present and spiritual — the very goal of Islam………..

Tuesday, 31 May 2016

Do 10 Things To Change Your Life Forever

“Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future”
~ John F. Kennedy

The one constant thing in our life is change.We cannot avoid it and the more we resist change the tougher our life becomes. We are surrounded by change and it is the one thing that has the most dramatic impact on our lives. Change has the ability to catch up with you at some point in your life. There is no avoiding it because it will find you, challenge you, and force you to reconsider how you live your life.
Change can come into our lives as a result of a crisis, as a result of choice or by chance. In either situation we are all faced with having to make a choice – do we make the change or not? I believe it is always better to make changes in your life when you choose to rather than being forced to.
We however cannot avoid the unexpected events (crisis) in our lives because it is these events that challenge our complacency in life. What we can control when we are experiencing these challenging events, is how we choose to respond to them. It is our power of choice that enables us to activate positive change in our lives.
Acting on our power of choice provides us with more opportunity to change our lives for the better. The more opportunities we create to change our lives the more fulfilled and happier our lives become. Here are 10 things that we can do in our life that will change our life for the good, forever:

1. Find Meaning In Life

Spend some time trying to sort out what is important in your life and why is it important. What is it that we want to achieve in our life? What are our dreams? What makes us happy? Our meaning in life gives us purpose and sets the direction of how we want to live our life. Without meaning we will spend the rest of our life wandering through life aimlessly with no direction, focus, or purpose.

2. Create A Dream Board

When we were children we would daydream all the time. We were skilled at dreaming and visualising what we would be when we grew up. We believed that anything was possible. As we grew into adults we lost our ability to dream. Our dreams became hidden and once we started to feel like achieving our dreams was impossible.
A dream board is a great way for us to start believing in your own dreams again. Seeing our dreams every day on a dream board brings our dreams to life. Our dreams become real and we start to have believe in the possibility of achieving these dreams.

3. Set Your Goals To Achieve Your Dreams

Once you know what is important in your life and what your dream life looks like for you, you need to take action and set your long-term, medium, and short-term goals. It is acting on these goals that enable you to achieve your dreams
Remember your goals may change. Always be flexible with setting and achieving your goals as things in life change and your goals need to reflect these changes. It’s the small steps that you take that create the momentum for change to happen in your life.

4. Let Go Of Your Regrets

Regrets will only hold you back in life. Regrets are events of the past and if you spend all your time thinking about the past you will miss the present and the future. You cannot change what you did or did not do in the past, so let it go. The only thing you have control over now is how you choose to live your present and future life.

5. Choose Some Really Scary Things To Do And Then Do Them

This is all about you choosing to step out of your comfort zone. Public speaking is one of the most frightening things anyone can do. I was petrified of public speaking however, I knew that I wanted to be a motivational speaker. So firstly I joined community radio program in my college to overcome my fear of public speaking. My first program  was terrible, my knees were knocking and my voice was trembling, I broke out in a sweat and I couldn’t stop shaking. But I did it and the feeling of completing the program, even though it was terrible was great. I chose to keep going and now I earn a as a motivational speaker and radio program presenter. I am still nervous when I get up to speak and present however it is an excited nervous and I love it.
Make a list of scary things that you would kind of like to do but are too afraid to. Put a plan in place and then go do them. Never stop doing scary things because if you do your life will become one of complacency and comfort.

6. Start Living A Well-Balanced Life

Our health does not remain the same. Our physical, emotional, and spiritual state changes, as we get older. What we can control however is how we feed our minds and our bodies. Living a balanced and healthy life builds our resilience to the physical changes of our body. Exercise is the best way in which we can attain a positive and optimistic attitude toward life.
Living a healthy, well-balanced life with lots of exercise is a lifestyle choice that without a doubt will give you a happier more satisfied and fulfilled life.

7. Face Your Fears

Its easy to ignore our fears and hope that they will go away. Unfortunately, it does not work like that. If you want to change your life, learn to master your fears so they can’t control you any longer. Our fears are only thoughts in our minds that are not real but over time we have become to believe that they are true. It is our fears in life that stop us from living our life to the fullest. We know when our fears are controlling our lives because we feel discontent, dissatisfied and unfulfilled.
Once we face our fears we take back our power to choose how we want to live our lives and when we do this we change our lives forever.

8. Accept You

The only person who is going to create change in your life is you! and to create that change you have to like you. There will be times in your life where you will face rejection and there will be people who will not like you that much. Accepting who you are and loving yourself helps you to move forward in your life. Putting yourself down all the time and wishing you could be better will only lead you to a life of unhappiness and discontent.
Find your courage, love yourself, and step out and do something crazy. Don’t worry about what anyone thinks or whether it is the right thing to do. In your heart if it feels right, act on it and go create the life you love.

9. Live In The Moment

Many of us tend to think that the grass is greener on the other side. Often, we get to the other side of the fence we find that this is not so. The motivation to change our lives comes from our desire to be happy. We are often so busy focusing on our pursuit of happiness that we miss the joy of actually living in the moment. Our desire to have happiness in our lives is a desire of a future state not of the present. We become so consumed with all our problems and discontent in the present we miss the precious beauty of the moment.
Sitting on the beach eating an ice-cream with your best friend or partner is a moment of happiness. Appreciating and showing gratitude on a daily basis is experiencing happiness in the moment. Helping those in need brings joy and happiness to us. This is what living our life in the moment is all about – don’t miss these moments because you are too busy focusing on your pursuit of happiness.

10. Experience The Joy Of Learning

Each time you learn something new you gain more knowledge and with more knowledge comes more confidence. Learning helps us to be more adaptable and flexible to new situations. Learning encourages us to be more creative and innovative in our thinking and we are therefor more comfortable with the unknown.
Reading books is a great way for us to learn. To fully embrace the joy of learning, never stop reading nor searching for more knowledge. Learning gives our life meaning and this is what makes our life worthwhile.
You have a choice to make as to how you want to change your life. Choosing to act on these 10 things will, without a doubt change your life forever. So what are you waiting for?  Go do these 10 things now!,,,
Have a great Life Ahead........

Saturday, 21 May 2016

Don’t Ask For The Way...Just Make one

Because when you do, you’ll get lost.
The more you ask for the way, the more you’ll lose confidence in your own inner compass.
When you ask for the way, you’re going to hear many different opinions. Many different ways. And many different thoughts.
Only to be left with hundreds of different maps. That might or might not get you where you want to be.
And when you’re left with hundreds of different maps, with hundreds of different blueprints and recipes, how the hell do you even know which one is the right one for you? How do you know which one applies to you?
Right, you don’t know. And probably never will.
So instead of asking for the way all the time, instead of collecting dozens of different maps, try to listen more to that inner compass.
And be ready to accept the fact that taking the wrong exit every once in a while is part of the game.
It’s part of calibrating that inner compass of yours to get you where you want to be. Where you have to be…......So,  Stop, Think, Go ahead.....and achieve whatever you want....

Thursday, 12 May 2016

Some Remarkable Thoughts Can Motivate You to Achieve Anything in Life

Words have power — and the ones in this post are guaranteed to challenge the way you think and perhaps even change the way you live. They have inspired me to choose life, persevere and live life to the full.
Don’t give up on yourself just yet, your most amazing life is still ahead of you.....
  • You must have a compelling response for: why the hell am i doing this?  -Elana Carter
  • Give yourself permission to think and act without approval.
  • Choose to do your most amazing work without anyone’s approval. Bet on yourself!
  • “If you don’t have room to fail, you don’t have room to grow. — Jonathan Mildenhall
  • Positivity trickles down through the ranks. Negativity spreads faster, like fire.
  • Failure is not a sign of personal incompetence. It’s just one experiment that has gone wrong. Move on the next level.
  • All you ever have to decide is what to do next. It really is this simple.
  • You don’t rely on data or facts. You push the impossible.
  • You have everything you need to build something far bigger than yourself. ~Seth Godin
  • If you genuinely want something, don’t wait for it — teach yourself to be impatient.- Gurbaksh Chahal
  • Finished last’ will always be better than ‘Did not finish’, which always trumps ‘Did not start.’
  • Growth begins at the end of your comfort zone.
  • Change for the better; don’t change for someone else, change for yourself!
  • If you truly want to change your life, you must first change your mind.
  • Passion is about why we do what we do. Not what, how or when.
  • “Dare” might sound a bit over the top, but really it’s a gentle warning. Dare, but tread lightly. Dare, but know you’ll face stiff resistance at times.
  • Every accomplishment starts with the decision to try.
  • You have three choices in life: Give up, give in, or give it all you’ve got.
  • ‘Finished last’ will always be better than ‘Did not finish’, which always trumps ‘Did not start.’
  • Unless you try to master something beyond what you already know, you will never grow.
  • Most great things in your life won’t happen by chance, they will happen by choice.
  • No matter how many mistakes you make, or how slow you progress, you are still way ahead of everyone who isn’t trying.
  • Do not wait until the conditions are perfect to begin. Beginning makes the conditions perfect.
  • Remember, being completely terrible at something is the first step to being pretty darn good at it.
  • What you do every day matters more than what you do every once in a while.
  • The real world doesn’t reward perfectionists. It rewards people who get things done.
  • Forget all the reasons it won’t work and believe the one reason that it will.” — Unknown
  • A setback is a setup for a comeback” -T.D. Jakes
  • Do or Do Not. There is no Try — Yoda.
  • Don’t wait to be chosen. It’s far more interesting to bet on yourself and find the guts you need to produce, the one who says ‘go’.
  • “Life is not about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.” — Lolly Daskal
  • “Your problem isn’t the problem. Your reaction is the problem.” — Anonymous
  • Don’t be subject to the tyranny of “how things have always been done”. Find your true north and push past the default.
  • Almost everyone can sprint. The road to mastery requires consistency. Everything meaningful in life is a marathon.
  • If you pursue your dreams long enough, compounding takes effect. Momentum will surge. Don’t give up just yet.
  • Don’t invest in a career. Build a life. Take your dreams seriously.
  • If you commit to nothing, you’ll be distracted by everything.
  • “Decide what you want or someone else will.
  • You can’t learn in school what the world is going to do next year. — Henry Ford
  • Give a damn. Many damns. More damns than anyone.
  • Progress is the ultimate motivation.
  • “Life is inherently risky. There is only one big risk you should avoid at all costs, and that is the risk of doing nothing.” — Denis Waitley
  • “The most important thing to remember is this: to be ready at any moment to give up what you are for what you might become.” — W. E. B. Du Bois.

Saturday, 23 April 2016

Build The Life and Career As you Want

The world is changing rapidly. The way we work will keep changing. Entire industries are crumbling. Robots are eating careers. People are scared of losing their jobs. Nobody is safe. It’s hard to predict the next big thing. Until it’s here. But you can change with time to be relevant when the future is here.

People are now empowered to express themselves more than ever. The opportunities to create, to become a part of a global conversation and transformation are now more than you can ever imagine. There are now more free online resources to help you start and pursue your life’s work than you can ever imagine.

You can take your idea, business, or career, and turn it into something truly successful and amazing.
It’s easier to transform your passion into your job than finding a job that matches your what you love to do.

You can't do everything but can do something...

Do something interesting, meaningful, different, amazing and truly remarkable. You have a choice. Choose to show your most amazing work to the world.

Constantly push to evolve your ideas, even if you are not ready to launch your life’s work yet. Don’t get stuck!

“Whatever you dream you can do, begin it. Boldness has genius, power and magic in it. Begin it now.” — Goethe

Be a part of the conversation, and say something remarkable. Create something unique, new, beautiful. Build upon the works of others and transform it into your own....

What you can choose to do to build a life that matters:

If you enjoy writing, find a topic you’re passionate about and start a website dedicated to covering that topic. Write a book. Share your tips with others online or through a free eBook. Write poetry and publish it on the web. Create interesting, lovely or funny videos, put them on You Tube.

Try something you’ve always been afraid to try, and put it on video. Be yourself, loudly....

Start a business that does a service you’ve always wanted, or that you are frustrated with in other companies because the service sucks. Put your heart into something...

Say something that no one else dares to say. Do something others are afraid to do. Help someone no one else cares to help. Make the lives of others better...

Inspire others by being inspiring. Teach young people to do amazing things. Write a play, get others to act in it, record it. Empower others to do things they’ve never been able to do before...

Read, and read, and then write. Love, and love, and then help others to love. Do something good and ask others to pass it on. Be profound.....

If you’re passionate about the business world or able to influence and encourage others in your own unique way. Be the life coach and motivational speaker...

Become minimalist in a world of dizzying complexity. Reach out to those who are frustrated, depressed, angry, confused, sad, hurt. Be the voice for those without one....

Meet new people, become fast friends. Dare to be wrong. Take lots and lots of pictures. Explore new cultures. Be different. Paint a huge mural. Create a web comic. Be a dork, but do it boldly....

Be interested in others. Surprise people. Cook great food, and share it. Be open-minded. Help someone else to start a small business. Focus on less but do it better...

If you’re willing to take the risk of sharing yourself and your ideas with the world, you can create value you will be proud of...

If you pursue your dreams long enough, compounding takes effect. Momentum will surge. Don’t give up just yet. Action begets outcome. Outcome begets action. Rinse, lather and repeat and you have momentum. You’ll become unstoppable.....

Start. Move, make, create, ship, do.... Just start... That’s what entrepreneurs do. They start. They start something. Sometimes it is something big... 

Sometimes it is a big failure... Either way, they got stuff done..

So, don’t invest in a career... Build a life... Take your dreams seriously....

Have a great success ahead....