Difficult people

Be thankful for all the difficult people in your life, and learn from them. They have shown you exactly who you do not want to be.



Disappointments were not meant to destroy you. They were meant to strengthen you and give you fortitude to accomplish your God-given destiny.

10 Easy Rules To Live By That Will Lead You To A Happier Life

Thought Catalog

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1. Do not let anyone make you feel like you don’t have worth.

Regardless of where you come from, what your background is, or what decisions you have made in the past, you have worth. You deserve to be happy and you deserve to be treated with dignity. There are a lot of good people out there, but there are also a lot of people out there who are going to try to bring you down. They don’t want you to succeed and they don’t want you to be happy, unless you are less successful and less happy than them. Never allow these people to have a moment of your time. Instead, surround yourself with the people who are going to build you up, add goodness to your life, and want nothing but the best for you.

2. Remember that most of the time, when people are…

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Review: American Sniper

NW Nerdtastic

American Sniper… A film that has clearly been anticipated by many. Being the clever person I am, I went to a late night showing on Saturday night. I did so thinking that most people would be leaving the theater by that time. But on the screen for all the earlier times for American Sniper were the words: Sold Out. All around me people buying tickets not for Taken 3, but for American Sniper.

The movie chronicles the military exploits of “The Legend” Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle (Bradley Cooper) while also treating us to an inside look at his personal life with his wife and children.

This film is not The Hurt Locker or Black Hawk Down. If that’s the story you are looking for, look elsewhere. It is a thoughtful look at the life of a military service member not only while deployed and in the field, but also…

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