Saturday, October 1, 2011

Gembira Sekarang

mental fitness
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you'll notice something about most happy people...
they have overcome serious set back.
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happy people sometimes go broke,get sick,get sacked-or get dumped!
like everyone ,happy people have their problems.
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but they have the mental strength to focus on solutions.
they have developed "mental fitness"
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mental fitness is like physical fitness.
you strengthen you muscles with exercies.
you run uphill.



gradually you get stronger.
it is the same with your thingking.
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you strengthen your mind by facing problems.
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struggle build strength.
you don't get strong by hiding under the bed.
you meet life head on.
you take some risks.
you fail and bounce back.

day by day you gain confidence.
gradually you build a positive attidude.

when life gets rough,remind yourself:

"this is making me mentally fit.i must be getting happier"

it is not necessarily an easy life that makes you happy.
usually it's the opposite.

  • 1. Ernest Hemingway

    Ernest Hemingway Spoken to his wife before he killed himself. (Image via)
  • 2. Charles Dickens

    Charles Dickens He suffered a stroke outside his home and was asking to be laid on the ground. (Image via)
  • 3. Voltaire

    Voltaire When asked by a priest to renounce Satan. (Image via)
  • 4. L. Frank Baum

    L. Frank Baum The author of The Wizard Of Oz was referring to the Shifting Sands, the desert surrounding Oz. (Image via)
  • 5. George Bernard Shaw

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  • 6. Hunter S. Thompson

    Hunter S. Thompson The last sentence on his suicide note. (Image via)
  • 7. Henrik Ibsen

    Henrik Ibsen This was his response to a nurse who said he was a little better. (Image via)
  • 8. Dylan Thomas

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  • 9. J.M. Barrie

    J.M. Barrie Author of Peter Pan.(Image via)
  • 10. Louisa May Alcott

    Louisa May Alcott Alcott did not have meningitis, though she believed it to be so. She died from mercury poison. (Image via)
  • 11. Hans Christian Andersen

    Hans Christian Andersen (Image via)
  • 12. Jane Austen

    Jane Austen In response to her sister, Cassandra, who was asking her if she wanted anything? (Image via)
  • 13. Anton Chekhov

    Anton Chekhov Dying from Tuberculosis, his doctor had given him champagne to ease the pain. (Image via)
  • 14. Jean Cocteau

    Jean Cocteau (Image via)
  • 15. W.C. Fields

    W.C. Fields “Carlotta” was Carlotta Monti, actress and his mistress. (Image via)
  • 16. Thomas Hobbes

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  • 17. Washington Irving

    Washington Irving Speaking to his niece. (Image via)
  • 18. Mark Twain

    Mark Twain Speaking to his daughter Clara. (Image via)
  • 19. Leo Tolstoy

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  • 20. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

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  • 21. James Joyce

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  • 22. H.G. Wells

    H.G. Wells He didn't know he was dying. (Image via)
  • 23. Henry David Thoreau

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  • 24. Edgar Allan Poe

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  • 25. Alfred Jarry

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