Every change starts with an attitude. Accomodated people become a slave of an insignificante life. Second Balzac, the man starts to die at the moment that loses the enthusiasm.
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I want a change...I need a change,voices inside my head scream...But all I can do is shove them off and lock them in the deepest corners of my mind.Why am I so afraid?I`m aware of my numbness,I can`t stand it anymore.So why am I still here?What it takes to make a change?Courage or fear?How to change is the hardest thing ...
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A feather in my cap
My friend, Bob, is a six-figure salary engineer. He is an expert in his field. He doesn't have a girl friend. He lives alone with his favourite cat in his apartment. On Monday last week , he didn't go to work because he got a high fever. After work on that day, I dropped into his apartment to visit him. ...
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I just graduated in Fashion Design from university a week ago. Many companies tend to employ candidates haven work experiences before. so graduates are finding it more and more difficult to find employment. I saw a job description of Zara - a famous fashion empire in the world that fit my qualifications. The best thing of this job was it ...
feather in my cap
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