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I want to ask you a very small contribution for World Peace.

Our responsibility is great for each of us can do his/her part with an act of kindness, a warm smile or simply encouraging somebody else. In doing so we create a different atmosphere around, for all we do ripples to others.

It is the little seed of love and peace that I can sow every moment while still alive that counts.

Thank you for reading this lines. I hope they can stir in you the motivation necessary to get up every day with the firm conviction of how important our “apparently small contribution” is. And this will mean a giant leap towards peace and conscious evolution.

Each of us is a significant  part of humanity, we are not apart and every act has great impact.

Let us all diligently  do our part.  We are all different, but we must not allow differences to create divisions.

Think BIG, by including we are fearlessly showing generosity and gratefulness, with exclusions we are playing small and loudly manifesting fear.

Let us accept, forgive, love and befriend each other.

The world will not change until we change. World peace depends on each of us.




What silence taught me.


After long hours of how to …

how to…

how to…

on waking up today I got it.

It was not thinking it over for so long.

It was not brooding on it endlessly because my mind was amazing at offering “solutions”, “ exits” or “ radical changes”.

After trying so many different methods and failing in ALL OF THEM….I decided to follow the advice of the sages: I turned into silence.

It was difficult at first, almost impossible at the beginning… but after so much brain storming it was as if something inside had said : NO MORE. PLEASE STOP.

And surprisingly, the decision came all by itself…“the road of excess leads to the palace of wisdom”…

Silence…. Silence….Silence…

On waking up the answer was there: clear, neat, easy to see and implement.

In silence I relaxed. Relaxed I became more efficient. With no inner noise, options arouse.

“When there is a will, there is a way…”

Thank you silence for the wisdom you transmit.



“Concerning all acts of initiative and creation 

there is one elementary truth –

that the moment one definitely commits oneself,

then Providence moves too.” 


Johann Wolfgang von Goethe was born on 28 August, 1749 in Frankfurt, Germany and died on 22 March, 1932 in Weimar, Germany. He was a German poet, writer, artist and politician. At the age of eight he had some knowledge of Greek, Latin, French and Italian. He studied law alongside with music, art, anatomy and chemistry. Faust is Goethe’s most famous work. It is a tragic play, it is considered by many one of the greatest works of German literature. The writing of Faust extended over 57 years, he finished it at 81, one year before his death.

March 11, 2015



Why not?

“Some  men see things as they are and say : “Why?” .

I dream of things that never were and say “Why not?”

George Bernard Shaw

George Bernard Shaw was born on July 26, 1856 in Dublin, Ireland and died on November 2,1950 in Ayot St. Lawrence, Hertfordshire, England. He was a playwright, essayist, novelist, short-story writer, critic and political activist. He focussed on social problems, marriage, religion, government, health care and class privilege. He was the co-founder of the London School of Economics and Political Science. He was the only person to have been awarded both the Nobel Prize in Literature (1925) and an Oscar (1938) for his contributions to literature and the adaptation of his play Pigmalion to the film of the same name. He accepted the Nobel Prize as a tribute to Ireland but rejected the monetary award, requesting that it be used to finance translation of Swedish books into English. Pigmalion is a witty study of phonetics as well as a clever treatment of middle-class morality and class distinction which proved to be one of Shaw’s greatest  successes on stage. It is a combination or the dramatic, the comic and the social corrective that gives Shaw’s comedies their special flavour.

March 10,2015




“Leaders spend 5% of their time on the problem

and 95% of their time on the solution.

Get over it and crush it.” 

Tony Robbins

Tony Robbins (February 29, 1960, Los Angeles, U.S.A.) is a life coach and self-help author.

March 5, 2015




“Anger will never disappear

so long as thoughts of resentment are cherished in the mind.”


Gautama Buddha also known as Siddhartha Gautama or simply Buddha (circa 563 BCE – circa 483 BCE) was a sage on whose teachings Buddhism was founded.  Siddhartha Gautama is the primary figure of Buddhism and accounts of his life, discourses and rules are believed to have been summarized  and memorized after his death by his followers. They were first passed down by oral tradition and committed to writing about 400 years later.

March 4, 2015



On marriages

“Many marriages would be better if the husband and wife

clearly understood that they are on the same side.” 

Zig Ziglar

Hilary Hinton”Zig” Ziglar was born on 6 November, 1926 in Gary, Indiana and died November 30, 2012.  He was an author and motivational speaker.

March 3, 2015



“Among the things you can give and still keep are: 

your word, a smile and a grateful heart.”

Zig Ziglar

Hilary Hinton”Zig” Ziglar was born on 6 November, 1926 in Gary, Indiana and died November 30, 2012.  He was an author and motivational speaker.

March 2, 2015


Your choice

“Wherever you are, be there totally.

If you find your “here and now” intolerable

and it makes you unhappy, 

you have three options:

remove yourself from the situation, change it or accept it totally.

If you want to take responsibility for your life, 

you must choose one of those three options and you must choose now. 

Then accept the consequences.”

Eckhart Tolle


Eckhart Tolle (born Ulrich Leonard Tolle on February 16, 1948) is a German citizen and resident of Canada best known as the author of “The power of now” and “A new earth.”

February 26,2015 



“THE OPTIMIST’S CREED” Christian D. Larson



To be so strong that nothing can disturb your peace of mind.

To talk health, happiness, and prosperity to every person you meet.

To make all your friends feel that there is something worthwhile in them.

To look at the sunny side of everything and make your optimism come true.

To think only of the best, to work only for the best and to expect only the best.

To be just as enthusiastic about the success of others as you are about your own.

To forget the mistakes of the past and press on to the greater achievements of the future.

To wear a cheerful expression at all times and give a smile to every living creature you meet.

To give so much time to improving yourself that you have no time to criticize others.

To be too large for worry, too noble for anger, too strong for fear, and too happy to permit the presence of trouble.

To think well of yourself and to proclaim this fact to the world, not in loud word, but in great deeds.

To live in the faith that the whole world is on your side, so long as you are true to the best that is in you.

Christian D. Larson