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Drummer for Pamela Moore, Blue Helix, The Element, Sigma Project, A Dying Planet and a few others :)

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Show that you like ker

Allow her to sleep and know that it will be safe to send you a good morning message. You don’t need to worry about writing anything fancy, at the end of the day she doesn’t expect you to be perfect; she will enjoy if you show that you did something thinking about her, less than that, she will just enjoy the fact you thought of her.

If your attitude is true she is going to feel beautiful.

Fill up your time thinking about good plans and not arguing about the bad moments.

Giver her a good look, very close, look at her until you can see yourself in her eyes. Those who protect and at the same time say the best about us, about what she is. It is through the eyes that we show how happy or how sad we are; we cry through them and we also laugh through them. By the way, the smile from the eyes usually have more value than the ones through your mouth. Show her that you like her.

Ask how her day...

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Single Life

I found this article, originally in Portuguese and wanted to translate and share, really well written article and I hope I did my best translating it! :-)

The original link for reference is here

What about your girlfriend?

Somebody will ask me that then I’ll smile and reply:

“I am single!”

Right after saying that then it comes that sad face “aww, poor guy!”; however I would rather think the person would hug me and jump with me screaming “That is awesome!!”

You know, I do not understand these people that have in their top priorities in life to find someone. It is like the natural order of life is birth, grown up, meet someone and die. From my point of view, this is not how it should be.

People say they are single and they sound like they have a terminal illness, that they need help. It is nothing like that! There is actually life in being single and a good one!

I am not referring...

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Speech by Brian Dyson, CEO Coca Cola

Imagine life as a game in which you are juggling some five balls in the air. You name them – work, family, health, friends and spirit … and you’re keeping all of these in the air.

You will soon understand that work is a rubber ball. If you drop it, it will bounce back. But the other four balls – family, health, friends and spirit – are made of glass. If you drop one of these, they will be irrevocably scuffed, marked, nicked, damaged or evenshattered. They will never be the same. You must understand that and strive for Balance in your life.


Don’t undermine your worth by comparing yourself with others. It is because we are different that each of us is special.

Don’t set your goals by what other people deem important. Only you know what is best for you.

Don’t take for granted the things closest to your heart. Cling to them as you would your life, for without them, life is...

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22 things that happy people do (original article in portuguese)

This is very simple. Happy people have habits that make their lives better and they also behave different.

Ask someone that is happy and they will probably say:

1. They don’t hold grudges

Happy people know that it is better for them to forgive, they do not allow negative thoughts to dominate them. Resentment can cause stress, anxiety and depression. Why would you want to hold to that and allow it to make you feel bad? If you forget and forgive something that someone did to you, you will have a clear and more energetic conscious enough for you to appreciate the good things in life.

2. Treat everyone well or as I would say, treat everyone like YOU would want to be treated

Did you know that it was scientific proven that being gentle will make you happy? Being an altruist makes your brain to produce serotonin , a hormone that lowers tension and elevates your spirit. Treating people with...

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Musicians Have Something Really Important to Contribute NOW!

Original article is available in this post, here is the full text. Really good , well written and true to what we see today.

When I was in year 9 or so, the careers councillors came to my school. We all went in to see them one by one and we talked to them about what we were good at, what we were interested in. I had to draw a whole bunch of circles on a piece of paper in 60 seconds and I never found out why.

The next day we got our forms back and printed out on them was a list of all of the professions that they thought might be a good fit for us in later life. And I remember a lot of the kids had like 10-15 options. I only had 2 that I could recall and they were: ‘music teacher’, ‘music therapist’.

Our careers councillors told us not to, our schools told us not to, our parents told us not to, our bank managers told us not to. But here we are tonight, ladies and gentlemen we are all...

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