On May 9, we will again vote for the next leader of our ever-divided country. I wonder how everything will work out. Still, I choose to be hopeful.
An old saying goes like this, tell me who your friends are, and I’ll tell you who you are. I still remember when my former
To my fellow millennials, there are many things to learn and experience in life. But also remember to be very selective in them. Don’t follow the path that leads to failure and disappointment.
Continuous learning is like entering through a door. Inside that door are many more doors pointing to different branches of knowledge. Opening another door will only reveal more doors. Learning never ends.
“Gratitude is more than just a feeling, it is a choice. So we need to look closely at our lives and identify the blessings that we have.”
Looking around our society, we can easily say that many would respect people with fancy titles rather than those with a long, demonstrated history of working experience.
The next few months will be stressful once again as the official campaign period for the national elections will start.
Friends, families, acquaintances, and even strangers will once again battle it out in cyberspace, mainly in social media, on who should sit on the highest position of the land.
What will you do with the rest of your life after accomplishing your goals early?
Christmas is more than giving gifts, sharing foods, and enjoying reunions. Christmas is a reminder that God gave His only Son, Jesus, to rescue us from our sins and a celebration for the Savior.
Here are some of the lessons I learned after shifting to another industry that may require you to give your decision some time before undergoing a huge change in your career.