the man who could not say sorry for his sins

Written by malcolm james pugh

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they are yesterdays forgotten, though daily they still mount, no thought of resignation, no apology to those left behind, just onward withrepparttar ego, fast forward from those times, as if nothing ever happened, as if your lies are quite ok, as if now is what to focus on, and then was another day, lost back inrepparttar 138863 mists of time, obscured by clouds half seen not an affront torepparttar 138864 living, not impeachable and obscene, you may want to move on now, and ignore your past infamy, but you should be tried for treason, and jailed for blasphemy

ex systems programmer

Opportunity Knocks 1000 Times

Written by Steve Gillman

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A friend once said that our mutual acquaintance John was "so lucky" to get a $6,000 car for $2,000 at an auction. I mentioned that John went torepparttar auction regularly, that he had made himself familiar with car values, and that he always kept some money available for such opportunities. It didn't seem to register with my friend.

He could have been "so lucky," too, but he had to be ready. He could have saved $2,000, or obtained a credit card with a high enough limit, or arranged with someone to borrowrepparttar 138842 money and splitrepparttar 138843 profits when deals like this came up. Not having done any of these things, there was no opportunity here for him.

When you want opportunity to come knocking, aren't there always ways you can prepare? If you want to be lucky in love, you comb your hair, right? If you want opportunities inrepparttar 138844 stock market, start studying, setting aside money to invest, and exploringrepparttar 138845 possibilities. Get ready for opportunity, and it will come more often.

Steve Gillman writes on many self help topics including boosting brainpower, losing weight, meditation, habits of mind, creative problem solving, learning grattitude, generating luck and anything related to self improvement. You'll find more at

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