Sociology

A life worth living. . .

Out of all the time I’ve been improving myself, I think I have finally figured out the meaning of my life. Here are my rules: Be positive. Enjoy life. Take massive action. It’s so simple. Other things like being friendly, proactive, having fun, all fit within these three things. These are my core values.

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Stumbling on Happiness

I logged into the MDPLS (Miami-Dade Public Library System) website to check to see which books I had were nearly due, and I realized that I only have a few days to write a review on this book, so I decided what better time than now to write it. Stumbling On Happiness, written by renowned Harvard psychologist Daniel Gilbert, is an interesting read that gets into the mind of the people we are to...

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Online Dating

I was at a Chris Johnson Seminar where he talked about getting Free Money From The Government. He mentioned that he met his (beautiful) wife through an online dating website. He said that you could ask him for the name of the website after the seminar, but I was in a hurry and so I didn’t bother asking him, especially because I don’t like to stay around ‘Gurus.’...

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War Journal

Originally I wrote this for a friend, who now I know wouldn’t have deserved it, and wouldn’t understand it. I don’t think the reader will understand what war really is like. Its good and intense, and also bad and dull at times. Since I’m cleaning out my files, and I want to keep the memory of my journal alive through this blog, I’m posting it here for you to enjoy....

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Good-Bye to Shy

Good-bye to Shy is a book about shyness and how to overcome your shyness. It was written by Leil Lowndes and is the author of the bestselling book, How to Make Anyone Fall in Love with You. Even though I don’t really consider myself shy anymore, this book made me realize that people are shy to some degree. Although this book is written for the extremely shy person, it can be used for all...

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