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1. Work on remembering peoples’ names.
2. Make an effort to stay in touch with people – even if it’s only “liking” an occasional photo on facebook, sending a 2 line email, or sending a Christmas card.
3. Develop and improve your listening skills. This includes not interrupting when others are speaking, not trying to control the conversation, and showing a respectful, genuine interest in the speaker.
4. Hold the door for others, and let others out first (in elevators, on trains and buses etc.)
5. When you’re writing an email, keep it brief and to the point. Nobody wants to read a long, boring essay.
6. Keep your voice down when you’re talking on your phone. No-one wants to hear your private conversations (and especially when you’re travelling on public transport).
7. Show a genuine interest in the passions of others. Ask lots of open questions, and find out what you can about their hobbies and interests.
8. When someone joins a conversation you’re involved it, include them right away, and try to bring them up to speed.
9. Don’t be a whiner or find fault with everything. Instead, being affirming, optimistic, and try and find the positives.
10. Be tolerant and patient with other people, and do what you can to accept them as they are.
11. Don’t go on and on – so other people fall asleep, begin to feel annoyed or want to run and hide from you.
12. Don’t argue back aggressively, or try to pick a fight, if you disagree with someone – even if you know they’re wrong.
'beta, khuda ke liye market ja ke naye kapre khareedo, baal katwao aur uss kambakht daari ko shave karwao'
if i die today those will be my dads final words to me
there is a majlis this sunday at a relatives house not too far from me, and my mum has told me to go and represent the family, and my dad told me to make sure i don’t look like a lej member. okay.
Speaking of student life, I think I will express my unpopular opinion on clubbing. Now, I have nothing against those who go clubbing, but the ones who tell me it’s okay to go and not drink are the ones I hate. They’re mostly Muslims too. Okay, that’s not exactly what I hate, but it’s the repetition each and every single week that annoys me.
'Bro, you'll have a good time, just don't drink, it's fine'
Firstly, in my opinion, it’s not fine. But religion is open to interpretation and I respect your opinion.
Secondly, if I ever do decide to go, wouldn’t it be the most awkward thing ever me amidst people drinking alcohol and me drinking Pepsi. Plus the responsibility of getting drunk shitfaced friends home is one I’m not willing to take.
Third, PLZ STOP TELL ING ME IT’S OKAY, I WOULD HAVE THOUGHT YOU’D HAVE STOPPED PESTERIN ME AFTER THE SECOND TIME I SAID NO.
End of rant or whatever this was. I’ll probably regret posting this.
i had a ‘the rest of my life after uni will be boring as fuck’ moment again
Borrowed the dslr for a few days but I cannot seem to take any good photos. This is harder than I thought..
Seven steps for overcoming ego’s hold on you
1. Stop being offended
2. Let go of your need to win
3. Let go of your need to be right
4. Let go of your need to be superior
5. Let go of your need to have more
6. Let go of identifying yourself on the basis of your achievements
7. Let go of your reputation
Ego is the source of a lot of conflict and dissension because it pushes you in the direction of making other people wrong.
new blog. i wont delete this but i will slowly transition over to v2
Just a friendly reminder that creepy people like myself exist. Have a swell night!
all these comedies have these harsh truths of life sewn in brilliantly, ahh
la la la can i start over with tumblr?