Monthly Archives: September 2013

Simple Things to Make Our Elders Happy

There are instances when elders feel that they are neglected because their children and grandchildren are already busy with their lives. This does not mean though that they have been forgotten. There are just times when there are other things to think about. It is important to make sure that we will show them our appreciation from time to time. Here are just some things that you can do to show them how much you care:

  • Asking Questions About How To Do Things – One of the things that make elders happy is when they feel needed. When you ask them questions which you feel they can contribute great answers, they will feel special.
  • Have Simple Conversations With Them – Talking about things can always make them feel loved. No matter how simple the conversations are, they will appreciate that wholeheartedly.
  • Asking for Recipes – You might not realize this but a lot of adults love cooking and asking them certain recipes will make them feel that you appreciate and love how they cook.

Remember that everybody deserves to feel loved and needed. Make sure that your elders feel this way so that they will not feel unhappy.

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Life’s Motivation to Keep You Going

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There are instances when we encounter situations wherein we feel like we already want to give up. There are some people who do give up on life. They decide to end their lives early. If you feel like giving up, you should remember that tomorrow is always another day. There are things that will be hard to accept, things that will make you feel so bad but what you can do to feel better is think of things that can motivate you to keep going. It can be your loved ones; it can be your dreams and your goals in life. Ffor malleable iron crank handles, it can be hammered and it will not get out of shape. This should be your way of thinking too about life in general. You can be hammered with problems every now and then but as long as you will remain strong, your faith will remain intact.

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