Some brave act,Prayer and Nice people around.
November 23, 2011 8:18am CST
Today i feel a lot relieved. After i resigned from work,me and hubby thought of expanding our shop so we'll have extra income aside from his work.We, at first,is so scared that my resignation will have a big impact in our daily living.We even thought that if we will not make our lives better when I resign from work,maybe I can go back to working again.We are so thankful that God is always helping us out. Month ago i added two units of computer to my shop.My dear friend gave me two units and ask me to pay her after a month so i can use it and earn money to pay for it.I am so blessed and thankful to have a friend like her. Today,i gave my dear friend the full payment for the two units of computer.And that makes me feel a lot more better now,maybe i don't have to go back to working again.I'll have more time with my daughter and look after the shop myself. With these i thought,it only takes a brave act,prayer and nice people around you to make life easier.Its a matter of taking chances and knowing your priorities. Do you know what are your priorities?Are you brave enough to take chances too??
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• United States
23 Nov 11
Congratulations on starting your own business and good luck to you. I have always wanted to do that, but never did. That was very nice of your friend to let you use the computers a bit before having to pay for them.
• Bhubaneswar, India
24 Nov 11
Hi Tamirs "As long as you dont take the plunge, you will be scared" - My late grandfather always used to tell me this and I find many a times this is true. With the steps that you have taken, I am sure things are going to work out your way. When I fell ill, was on the bed and the world seemed gloomy with almost nothing more to do... I found Internet as the place and soon it became my workplace. Though not much, but I am happy that I am able to meet me medical expenses and that does really mean a lot more than what it was during those bad days. I am quite aware of my priorities and I think the illness has helped me see the other aspects of life, be more of myself and today, I feel happy that I am able to spend time with my wife, my parents, my dear friends at the local Orphanage... unlike many of my age
23 Nov 11
This is nice of you to share of. I think that taking a risk is part of being a business minded people and you have that. I am so happy that you enjoy your life today than before you resigned on that work. And because of this post I remember the author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, who is Kiyosaki says do not be so slave for a money but let them work for you.