The root of your love teeters in the heart given, and in that is the summation of where your wish as thrown in the air of a breath to open unconditionally night and day as in understood is forever. Unto all things the where you stilled was in the stay of all conditions, circumstances, even the way apart, and in there still the love grows. The unravel of pure erased where you are into the two of one. The heart instilled with a transition to love each other deep is core to the sentience as forever is shared. This shared is between one heart to another. It is the put up in the name of Love. In this is the foundation of who you are. In two you seek to feel as together, but when you allow your heart to not see the fullness where you sole your heart, and you give it away from the love you hold, it is then you raise the abstract. It is only as you take from the trust of two by sharing this love with another that you caution yourself as divided. Other than the steps that lead away of this undeniable truth as two in love, brining some tertiary to divide the love that is meant to be tips the truth of who you are and who you wish to exist as a suitable stealing of your breath. Minus the love uncommitted the contraction where I wish forever defies all things into the one moment. That is the together of two hearts. In there is the much as with it you give to each other more.
According to my research so far here are few note.
Neither of those is love, it is attraction. The answer is no, not everyone chooses their mates for those criteria. We tend to end up with people we are attracted to, like physical beauty or monetary wealth. If that’s what you’re looking for, that’s what you’ll find. I married the first time Because she was young, beautiful, and had wealthy parents. That marriage lasted 5 years. She was still beautiful, physically, but I couldn’t stand the sight of her. My current wife, yeah, there was a physical attraction, but it was her mind, soul, personality I desired more. I think the things that attract us, change over the years. I will give you one thing though, you never see a Beautiful (notice the capital B) woman, getting out of a rusted out piece of shit, that barely runs. They may not all be totally about money, but it appears to help.
No, because I love men with money who must also be intelligent. If he’s wealthy but short on brain cells, I would have no use for him. They must also be good spellers. 🙂 Between, a great many men that I met wanted women with money. They were not attractive men either. What they did was to seek out new female immigrants who were wealthy. These were mostly white Canadian men. Not too many men want a poor woman.
No this doesn’t apply to all human beings these are just generalizations. not all men are superficial and not all women are gold diggers and vise versa. There are plenty of people who love people of average looks who find love. some people look for intellect personality character and humor. Not everyone is superficial and not everyone is looking for money in a relationship.
Actually no. I prefer women who are intelligent, articulate, compassionate, and who have a sense of humor. Chemistry is another aspect I desire, as there needs to be a connection. Must love dogs, because I won’t be without one. Etcetera. Now, my friend Michael, he loves men who are in shape (he is a gym rat), who are articulate, intelligent, compassionate and has a sense of humor. Chemistry is another aspect I desire, as there needs to be a connection. Etcetera. Gina, on the other hand, likes women who are easy-going and fun to be around. She also prefers omen who are intelligent, articulate, compassionate, and who have a sense of humor. Chemistry is another aspect I desire, as there needs to be a connection. Etcetera.
According to my own personal understanding. It’s not true to begin with. Does that help? Men and women are attracted to each other by appearance, personality, humor, shared interests, proximity, trustworthiness, and on and on.
Today’s corporate era is changing at a very faster pace … So the individual should also make changes in there working and attitude so as to succeed and shine in the corporate world !
First of all an individual should be full of confidence(not over confidence) and should be able to express his/her views apply to the other person.
An individual should be well verse in there language and should speak in clear tone and soft tone while exchanging a word or two wid the corporate personnel’s.
An individual should be able to apply the theoritical knowledge practically in the corporate world…this shows the practical nature of a person.
An individual should be versatile in his/her activity and should be able to do any kind of work so provided to him to be performed.
The body language of a prson should be proper and the dressing sense should also be apropert becaus the the attire plays a very important role in showing your personality.
Smart work should be done instead of hard work so that less time is consumed in completion of any work.
An individual should be updated in terms of knowledge so that new things can be adapted easily!! So these are the few things which should be possessed in a prson in order to shine in today’s corporate world !!
The Corporate World requires many skills. But in all if we sum up, we have to deal with people/persons in general.
People who are hard working who put everything in the line of duty. People who are arrogant, rich powerful and even white collar criminals. But the most important skills required are-
1. You should know when to Shut Up and Open your Mouth.(meaning to know what to speak, how much to speak, how much Not to speak especially in front of senior member of the same and outsider organization. 2. You should know when to close a deal and when not to.( A very good skill is in keeping the other person engaged and convincing them to do your desired goal/job- eg. During Kite flying season, the best kite dlywr is the one who knows how much to loosen up and how much to pull the string so the kite can fly high. 3. You should know there are no permanent friends or enemies. Eg. Today your partner/ friend could be your next competitor and your competitor could be your future partner.
I am repeating this a lot today: Always be on time Do the work to the best of your abilities. Do not complain to other employees. If you have a problem, sit down with the boss. Do not gossip Don’t use social media during work. Here is the one bit of advice that someone gave me years ago that proved to be the best advice I every received: Take on the job nobody else wants, and do your best to make it work. People will remember you for it.
Be someone the boss can count on. Show up on time, prepared to work, do the job well and cheerfully, help others, pitch in for the extra work that always shows up at one time or another, and you’ll be seen as a “dedicated employee.”
BE a dedicated employee and loyal to your mission within the company. Arrive early, stay late if needed, be dependable and you will be noticed. Also, do a good job and do not waste time or gossip.
ALWAYS tell the truth. Understand. Each of these have special purpose and value: Being honest, truthful Giving feedback Offering “criticism” To Opine/give opinion (imposed, or shared helpfully) Any of these, can be either “welcome and helpful” OR “hurtful and offensive”. WORDS matter, regardless of your intent. It’s a form of tactfulness and diplomacy. Even the most sincerely “honest”/truthful comment or message can (unintentionally) be presented offensively. Most Managers seek feedback about work, or methods. Personal criticisms and “complaints” (without solutions) are rarely helpful. Choose your words thoughtfully, and carefully. IME, these tend to make people (BTW, not just managers and bosses!) defensive: Stupid, improper, wrong, dumb, should/shouldn’t, statements that begin with “you”, always, never. Work to use objective terms: “X could be…more helpful/practical/effective/a better idea!…”, or “Y could be …less time consuming/labor intensive/costly.
Yes, but keep in mind that when and how you say something are just as important as what you’re saying. How much you’re saying is also important…some things need multiple conversations or aren’t all that relevant. Divide those up or get rid of them altogether. Deliver feedback that is honest, authentic, and timely (which means sooner than later in this case). Also, have a focused, emotionally intelligent approach that doesn’t come off as infantilizing. Managers usually will respect people they see that can think for themselves, even if they don’t 100% agree. There’s a saying that’s something like “being agreeable is learning how to tell someone to go to hell and have them thank you for it.” That’s applicable here to some extent, you need to learn what your manager responds to and then serve it up in that way…they might thank you for it.
Yes. One way to start out is by mentioning a few general issues and then throwing in one that may be a bit controversial. If they “react” to the latter, I’d say, “I’m sorry. I thought you wanted to hear it all. I won’t mention this matter again.” I’m guessing, if they’re a good (if sensitive) manager, they’ll say something like: “No, go on. I need to hear that stuff too.”