I don’t know how often you type in passwords a day however I think I enter passwords about 100 times a day. As you know it is advised to change passwords frequently and some systems (especially within an intranet of a corporation) it is even enforced to change passwords fairly frequently.
Here’s an interessting observation I’ve made. When I’ve set goals in the past they either have been achieved or I don’t feel the same way about these goals today as I felt back then when I have set them.
A group of frogs were hopping contentedly through the woods, going about their froggy business, when two of them fell into a deep pit. All of the other frogs gathered around the pit to see what could be done to help their companions. When they saw how deep the pit was, the rest of the dismayed group agreed that it was hopeless and told the two frogs in the pit that they should prepare themselves for their fate, because they were as good as dead.
Unwilling to accept this terrible fate, the two frogs began to jump with all of their might. Some of the frogs shouted into the pit that it was hopeless, and that the two frogs wouldn’t be in that situation if they had been more careful, more obedient to the froggy rules, and more responsible. The other frogs continued sorrowfully shouting that they should save their energy and give up, since they were already as good as dead. The two frogs continued jumping as hard as they could, and after several hours of desperate effort were quite weary.
Finally, one of the frogs took heed to the calls of his fellows. Spent and disheartened, he quietly resolved himself to his fate, lay down at the bottom of the pit, and died as the others looked on in helpless grief. The other frog continued to jump with every ounce of energy he had, although his body was wracked with pain and he was completely exhausted. His companions began anew, yelling for him to accept his fate, stop the pain and just die. The weary frog jumped harder and harder and – wonder of wonders! finally leapt so high that he sprang from the pit.
Amazed, the other frogs celebrated his miraculous freedom and then gathering around him asked, “Why did you continue jumping when we told you it was impossible?” Reading their lips, the astonished frog explained to them that he was deaf, and that when he saw their gestures and shouting, he thought they were cheering him on. What he had perceived as encouragement inspired him to try harder and to succeed against all odds.
They select the program, determine how the pieces are to be played, choose guest artists, staff the orchestra, and manage some external relationships. In the orchestra, even though the musicians play together, each and every one of them plays alone. They each follow a score and know precisely when to contribute. The instrument not only identifies each player but also distinguishes him or her from the other musicians.
Last week when I chatted with Alina on New Years eve … she told me that she is dreaming about a rainbow and that she and her friends were climbing up the rainbow … and then when she was at the top of the rainbow she was sliding down the rainbow and into the New Year. And I asked her if this can happen in real world. And she assured to me “Yes dady if you belive strongly in it then it will” … and later she said to me that “one should never give up about anything” … and as I have asked her on what she wishes for the New Year she answered that she wishes that there is a world in which all people are going good… (Alina is 7 years old.).
“Everything from a good relationship with a customer to a good marriage is built on trust. Trust affects how we see the world, how safe we feel, and how we approach new people and situations. It affects whether we’re willing to go the extra mile for a friend, relative, co-worker, or even someone we’ve never met but with whom we do business.”
- We see what we want to see.
- We perceive what we want to perceive.
- We invent ourselves and others (tell a true lie; self fulfilling prophecy)
- The answers we’ll get depend on the questions we are asking.
- Feelings are generated by ourselves.
Wow we have a lot of power … don’t we? We can use it to our and the worlds advantage :-). We are like little God’s and create our world.