Lessons in life

Good Night,

some great advise that I need to follow.

From Life’s little instructions book.

Compliment three people each day.

Watch a sunrise at least once a year:

Overtip breakfast waitresses…..and dinner waitresses too

Look people in the eye.

Say “thank you” a lot.

Say “please” a lot.

Say “sorry” if you have done wrong.

Live beneath your means.

Buy whatever kids are selling on card tables in their front yards.

Treat everyone you meet as you want to be treated.

Donate two pints of blood every year. (NO BEER the previous night)

Make new friends (they don’t necessarily have to be motorcyclists) but cherish the old ones.

Keep secrets.

Don’t waste time learning the “tricks of the trade.” Instead, learn the trade.

Admit your mistakes.

Be brave. Even if you’re not, pretend to be. No one can tell the difference.

Choose a charity in your community and support it generously with your
time and money.

Read the Bill of Rights.

Use credit cards only for convenience, never for credit. UNLESS you will pay them off each month.

Never cheat.

Give yourself a year and read the Quran or your holy book cover to cover.

Learn to listen. Opportunity sometimes knocks very softly.

Never deprive someone of hope; it might be all he or she has.

Pray not for things, but for WISDOM and courage.

Never take action when you’re angry.

Have good posture. Enter a room with purpose and confidence.

Don’t discuss business in elevators. You never know who
may overhear you.

Never pay for work before it’s completed.

Be willing to lose a battle in order to win the war.

Don’t gossip.

Beware of the person who has nothing to lose.

When facing a difficult task, act as though it is impossible to fail. If you’re
going after Moby Dick, take along the tartar sauce.

Don’t spread yourself too thin. Learn to say no politely and quickly.

Don’t expect life to be fair.

Never underestimate the power of forgiveness.

Instead of using the word problem, try substituting the word opportunity.

Good Night.