Umshiang Root Bridge of Meghalaya: #AtoZchallenge — The Beauty of Life

Umshiang Double-Decker Root Bridge of Meghalaya is a unique root bridge that is grown by nature and still living. Meghalaya has some amazing root bridges. But, those are not so tall with majestic, soaring towers and futuristic like the Umshiang Bridge. This 250 years old living root bridge is in the village Nongriat, which is…

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10 Ways You Might Be Giving Other People Too Much Power Over Your Life Without Even Realizing It

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A few years ago, I wrote a book called 13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do. I’ve received thousands of emails over the years from readers telling me which “thing” they struggled with the most. The struggle people seem to be able to relate to most, is number two–mentally strong people don’t give away their power. 

It’s something we all do sometimes. Maybe you let your co-worker’s bad mood ruin your day. Or perhaps you let someone’s criticism damage your self-image.  

Any time you allow someone to have a negative influence over the way you think, feel, or behave, you give them power over your life. It will rob you of the mental strength you need to reach your greatest potential.

Sometimes, it’s obvious when you give up your power. Losing your cool and doing something you regret is a prime example.

But it’s also…

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Retired carpenter who tirelessly built 23,000 crosses for mass shooting victims honored — Positive Outlooks

For over 20 years, a carpenter went out of his retirement and has been building crosses for victims of mass tragedies. h/t: chicagotribune.com Greg Zanis began creating crosses for the dead in 1996 when he found his beloved father-in-law murdered at the bottom of the staircase of his home. That same year, Greg built a…

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