Reference Books For All Ages – This One is Super!

Source by Linda A. Perry

Updated 05/2016

The Reference Book Sold in All Bookstores:

Remember reading books by Kahlil Gibran, in school? And if not in school, perhaps you just found his books without any help and decided they were good reading? Yes, Gibran was a great author. And we all love books by great authors. And a book packed with wisdom was an added plus.

And so, I offer some writings below from a book of wisdom.

Though I will quote something from a very important reference book, this article is, in no way, a book review, but more so just a comment, opinion and idea about some sentences that I did read in this very important book.

I have a book in my home which I have already read, and not once, but probably ten times. How can anyone want to read a book ten times? Over the past twenty years, I have read parts of this book at least ten times.

This book is packed with knowledge, inspiration, with facts, with ideas, with guidelines for life and with all sorts of stories of great historical individuals and groups. It just might be the book of the decades.

And so the quote today, under the ruling of fair use, is a little, rather long quote, but a very important one. First, here is the quote and after the quote, my own comments:

And, I quote:

My children, listen and I will teach you the circumstances when it is proper to be ashamed. Sometimes it is entirely out of place.

Before your parents, be ashamed of immoral behavior. Before a ruler or important person, be ashamed of a lie, Before a judge, be ashamed of criminal behavior, Before a public assembly, be ashamed of breaking the law.

Before a friend or partner, be ashamed of dishonesty.

Before your neighbors, be ashamed of theft.

Be ashamed of breaking a promise, of leaning on the dinner table with your elbows,

Of stinginess when you are asked for something,

Of not returning a greeting,

Of staring at a prostitute,

Of turning down a relative’s request,

Of depriving someone of what is rightly his,

Of staring at another man’s wife,

Of playing around with his slave woman,

Of insulting your friends,

Of following up your gifts with criticism,

Of betraying secrets. These are times when it is proper for you to be ashamed, and people will respect you for it.

My Own Comments:

That is a direct quote from a very important historical book, a wonderful work of literature, and a most necessary reference book, called, The Holy Bible. That quote is directly from the Good News Bible with Deuterocanicals/Apocrypha – Today’s English Version.

So, what are you ashamed of -if anything?

Always Something New!

If you read the Bible, daily, or weekly, you will always find something new, or something old, or something that you have long forgotten. There are the usual quotes that almost everyone remembers, such as John 3:16, but there is more to the Bible than the famous quotes that we see posted all over. And to get to that more, we need to read the Bible on a regular basis. And it is in reading it on a regular basis that we discover and re-discover some of the most important information, ideas, quotes and suggestions that will make a big difference in our lives.

Have you read the Bible today?

To Quote or Not to Quote

Source by Jerry Boone

“By necessity, by proclivity, and by delight, we all quote.”

Quotation and Originality 1876 Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882)

American poet and essayist

Should we express our own thoughts in our own words? Or should we delight in repeating the sentiments of others? Disraeli, Johnson, Behan, Churchill, Wilde, and Emerson all voice their opinions in quotes on quotes. Even the book of Proverbs stakes out a position.

* “The wisdom of the wise, and the experience of ages, may

be preserved by quotation.” Benjamin Disraeli (1804-1881)

British politician and statesman

* “Classical quotation is the parole of literary men all

over the world.” Samuel Johnson (1709-1784) English author,

critic

* “A quotation in a speech, article or book is like a rifle

in the hands of an infantryman. It speaks with authority.”

Brendan Francis Behan (1923-1964) Irish author and poet

* “It is a good thing for an uneducated man to read books

of quotations.” Sir Winston Churchill (1874-1965) British

statesman, soldier, and author

* “Every quotation contributes something to the stability

or enlargement of the language.” Samuel Johnson (1709-1784)

English author, critic

* “Next to the originator of a good sentence is the first

quoter of it.” Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882) American

poet and essayist

* “He is a benefactor of mankind who contracts the great

rules of life into short sentences, that may be easily

impressed on the memory, and so recur habitually to the

mind.” Samuel Johnson (1709-1784) English author, critic

* “A man finds joy in giving an apt reply, and how good

is a timely word.” Proverbs 15:23

With all those persuasive pro-quote quotations, you might

think the non-quote crowd would run up a white flag and

admit their mistake. Not so fast. They’ve got their

advocates too!

* “Most people are other people. Their thoughts are

someone else’s opinions, their lives a mimicry, their

passions a quotation.” Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) Irish

author and wit

Not only Oscar Wilde, but Emerson too. Yes, the same

Ralph Waldo Emerson who praised quotes, also said: “I

hate quotations, tell me what you know.”

Still others find humor in quotes:

* “I often quote myself; it adds spice to my

conversation.” George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950) Irish

playwright and critic

* “What’s the use of a good quotation if you can’t

change it?” Doctor Who

So, where do you take your stand? All in all, I side

with the Disraeli – Johnson pro-quote gang. Quotes,

at their best, are either funny tidbits or juicy

little morsels of wisdom or inspiration. Sample these

witty quotes from Will Rogers, Mark Twain, and Oscar

Wilde and try not to smile.

* “Diplomacy is the art of saying ‘Nice doggie’ until

you can find a rock.” Will Rogers

* “He was a solemn, unsmiling, sanctimonious old

iceberg who looked like he was waiting for a vacancy

in the Trinity.” Mark Twain

* “As long as a woman can look ten years younger

than her own daughter, she is perfectly satisfied.”

Oscar Wilde

Would you like to discover the secrets of human nature?

Antoninus, Bacon, Outlaw, Churchill, Colton, Publilius

Syrus, and Barrie unlock the mystery with these insights

and warnings:

* “Our life is what our thoughts make it.” Marcus

Aurelius Antoninus (188-217)

* “Chiefly the mold of a man’s fortune is in his own

hands.” Frances Bacon (1561-1626) English philosopher,

essayist, and statesman

* “Watch your thoughts; they become words.

Watch your words; they become actions.

Watch your actions; they become habits.

Watch your habits; they become character.

Watch your character; it becomes your destiny.”

Frank Outlaw

* “Success is going from failure to failure without the loss

of enthusiasm.” Sir Winston S. Churchill (1874-1965) British

statesman, soldier, and author

* “No company is preferable to bad. We are more apt to catch

the vices of others than virtues, as disease is far more

contagious than health.” Charles Caleb Colton (1780-1832)

Writer, author

* “Speech is the mirror of the soul; as a man speaks, so is

he.” Maxim 1073 Publilius Syrus (first century)

* “Life is a long lesson in humility.” James M. Barrie

(1860-1937) Scottish dramatist, novelist

Wilson Mizner (1876-1933) once said: “Life’s a tough

proposition, and the first hundred years are the hardest.”

Point well taken, Mizner. So perhaps a few “words to live

by” quotes will make our burden a little lighter and guide us along the path. Churchill, Lombardi, Hazlitt, Jesus, Johnson, Proverbs, and Lincoln volunteer their advice.

* “Never, never, never, never give up.” Sir Winston S.

Churchill

* “The quality of a person’s life is in direct proportion to

their commitment to excellence.” Vince Lombardi (1913-1970)

American football coach

* “If you think you can win, you can win. Faith is necessary

to victory.” William Hazlitt (1778-1830) English essayist

* “Do to others as you would have them do to you.” Matthew

7:12 Jesus Christ (c.6B.C.- c.A.D.30)

* “Whatever you have, spend less.” Samuel Johnson (1709-1784)

English author

* “Let another praise you, and not your own mouth; someone

else and not your own lips.” Proverbs 27:2

* And Abraham Lincoln sums our best of the best wisdom quotes with: “Whatever you are, be a good one.”

For fun, inspiration, or wisdom in a nutshell, it’s hard to

beat a good quote. Can your memorize one per day? Give it a

try! Quotations just might become a lifelong love affair.

Best Friendship Quotes With Explanations to Make Your Friendship Better

Source by Bhawna K

You must have lots of friends. Let me tell you that having lots of friends does not matter but having true friends matters a lot. You often read lots of quotes on friendship but I would like to share some of the best friendship quotes ever.

“Books, like friends, should be few and well chosen.” – Samuel Paterson

Books are know as our best friends. We always be selective when we choose books. We don’t read so many books. They are few and well chosen. So while selecting friends, we should also apply the same strategy. It is really very sensitive decision.

“Friendship needs no words.” – Dag Hammarskjold

The language of friendship is understanding. Friends read each other’s face and expressions. You need not to express yourself with the help of words. They are your well wishers and know what you want to say.

“Friends show their love at the time of trouble.”- Euripides(408 B.C.)

Troubles are the essentials of life. We face lots of troubles while moving forward in life. Our true friends support us and show their care while going through tough time. They walk with us.

“Two lives, two hearts join together in friendship united forever in love.” -Anonymous

Friends lives together and their hearts always need each others. They think of one another and keep on adding love and care for their friendship.

“With true friends – even water drunk is sweet enough.” -Chinese Proverb

There are lots of memories with friends. Each and every moment is remember able with friends. They eat and drink together and enjoy the life. Every moment is sweet enough with them.

“A good friends is cheaper than therapy.” -Anonymous

Friends take good care of each others. They never let you go into any depressions. You keep on laughing with them. Many disease stay away from a smiling nature person. So you be away from doctors. So it is well said that a good friend is cheaper than therapy.

“Friendship is only cement that will ever hold the world together.” -Woodrow Wilson

The world comes together with the bond of friendship. Nations behave like friends and help each other. So it is the only cement to hold the world together.

So develop your relation of friendship to live your life better.

Reading Inspirational Quotes

Source by Richard Butler

Is it enough to read success stories?

I have read so many inspiring stories, success strategies, motivational books that will make me on fire to achieve my goals in life. Back then, I was proud enough. At the back of my mind, I proudly said to myself that I can face the world and all of its challenges because of the inspiration I got from my readings. Whenever Struggles blocked my way, what I simply did is to refresh myself thinking about those stories I've read. Later on I realized that it's not enough!

Stories are good but we need daily supplement of hope. A success story is read normally once, right? But an inspiring quote? It is always remembered! List below are some reasons why I prefer inspirational quotes:

1.) Inspirational Quotes are easy to remember.

No one will ever memorize a success story. Even if it is the story of the wealthiest person in the world. Stories are meant for reading purposes right? Unlike stories inspirational quotes are easy to be remembered. In fact, most people often use inspirational quotes as their personal motto. Since it is easily remembered, I guess it will greatly affect our lives compared to reading a success story.

Reading success stories are good but using inspirational quotes will help inspire us on a daily basis. 🙂

2.) Inspirational Quotes take a few moments.

What I noticed is that most people do not spend much on reading books. They prefer to read magazines or reports more than books. So no matter how inspiring a success story is, if people do not really get interested on reading it, then it will be useless, right? But just observes that most people are fond of reading success and inspiration quotes. Whether we like it or not, every person wants to save their time so they do not bother to read books especially with their busy schedules. 🙂

3.) Inspirational quotes have many options

Even if you are a wide reader, you will not take every opportunity to read as many success books as you can. If for example there are 10 success books in your shelves, I believe that you will only choose 1 or 2 for your reading. Its because reading all of them will take months to finish, right?

On the other hand, if there will be 10 inspiration quotes in front of you, I guess you will read them all. In fact, you will not be choosy. You will read as many as you can since it is very short to read.

Do not get me wrong about this article. I have read so many success books in my own life. What I am trying to say is that it will be beneficial if you will add to your lifestyle reading inspirational quotes. It will not take most of your time, but its effect will last your whole lifetime 🙂

Here Are The Advantages of Reading Motivational Quotes

Source by Pankaj Dwivedi

One of the greatest motivational speaker Tony Robbins once said, “In life, you need either inspiration or desperation.”

Just as harsh as it sounds, the truth is that we all are desperate in our lives. Desperate to become happy. Desperate to be at peace. Desperate to succeed.

And has this desperation taken us anywhere good? Don’t think so! Stress, anxiety, depression are common to us. So, if a few words can motivate you to find relief, the question is why not? If a few words can boost your morale, the question is why not? Motivational quotes have an important role to play in our lives.

If you are still not convinced about the power of motivational quotes, here are a few advantages that will convince you otherwise.

Motivational Quotes Simplify Complex Ideas

“Sometimes you have to give yourself pep talks”

No offence to anyone, but hours of lecture on motivation can be boring. Compiling the ideas together into a book that features self-improvement quotes has a greater appeal. One simple quote can express ten different ideas without boring you out. In fact, a single quote can have more positive implications on a person downtrodden with negative thoughts than long lectures and presentations.

It is easy to remember them (and use for daily references)

“Life is a one-time offer, use it well!”

Incantations are extremely powerful. When you keep repeating the same thing again and again, your subconscious mind becomes aware of it. And once you penetrate the deep wall of your subconscious mind, your brain will work according to it. Since encouraging quotes are easy to remember, you can keep reminding yourself of the same to guide you, and get a result that is effectively positive.

These are the most effective inspirational tools

“It is always the simple that produces the marvelous” – Amelia Barr

Whether you are depressed or stressed, feeling low or just blank, a little motivation can never help. While there are different types of inspirational tools, a motivational quotes book is the most effective one out there. Reading those arousing words can help you channel your negative emotions and deal with them constructively.

They help share POVs

“We may encounter many defeats but we must not be defeated.” – Maya Angelou

You are not alone! Somewhere someone has been experiencing the same problems as you. And a piece of advice from such a person, with whom you will never meet, but share a wonderful connection of hearts is the best gift for you. So, the nest time you fuss and fret over an issue, search for a quote as such. You will be at ease!

You can find them everywhere

We live in a world that is primarily controlled by the internet (and let us not focus on the cons for once; let us use this gift as a source of all things good as well). And the fact is that encouraging life quotes are easier to come across than finding tickets to lectures. They are free of cost and scattered in abundance all over the internet. Be it Facebook or Instagram, Twitter or Pinterest, you will find one perfectly suiting your temperament easily available. And you should definitely be taking advantage of that!

Motivational Quotes help you move forward

“Push yourself because no one else is going to do it for you.”

Inspirational quotes remind you to move forward in life. That is self-explanatory! When you feel stuck somewhere, stuck in the past, recycling the old memories, one right quote can motivate you to get up and, move past your past regrets and have a fresh approach to life. Motivation quotes are the support you will ever need.

Because motivational quotes push you to take actions

“Thoughts Become Words, Words Become Actions, Actions Become Who You Are”

You think, you plan but fail to take an initiative. An inspirational quote can help you take that action which you were failing to take. These quotes remind you to take action, not just reflect your life with empty words. That should be enough to help you get up and get going.

Motivational Quotes act like a coach

Be it, Zig Ziglar, Tony Robbins or Nick Vujicic, these people have provided us with ample of inspirational quotes to move forth in life and achieve our dreams. Since they are not available for a session physically, reading their pieces of motivation can act as the perfect guide in your life.

So, stop contemplating and start reading!

This is no time to whine. So what you failed your exam? So what your boss doesn’t appreciate you? So what life is unfair? Pick a motivational quote, get ample of encouragement, put your act together and walk forth. Always remember-

“Never let a stumble be the end of your journey”

The Top 10 Business Success Books You Can’t Live Without

Source by Nicola Cairncross

Because they don’t teach business success in schools, and because I’ve always wanted to be a success and own my own business, I went looking in books for knowledge on how to become a successful business person.

The shocking thing is that nobody knows how to run your business successfully – Oh! sure, a mentor who has successfully built a business themselves can help, accelerate your success and steer you clear of the bigger holes in the road, but you HAVE to educate yourself too.

In the same way that I used to tell my wealth creation clients when they were thinking of delegating care of their cash and investing decision to highly commissioned employees in the financial services industry “Nobody will ever care about your money like you do” well, now I tell my business mentoring clients “Nobody will ever care about your business like you do!”.

To give you a bit of background, I realised for the first time I was pretty much on my own, as soon as I bought my half-million pound hotel “no money down” and I asked both my bank manager and accountant “what don’t I know that I need to know about running a business” and they both looked at me and said “every business is different and there’s no success manual, Nicola.”

Well, there should be! No wonder 95% of all new business fail in the first year, and most of the rest fail in the next five years! And with 30% more new business startups every year, somehow those business owners have to get some clue about what to do!

I’ve read a LOT of business, personal development and wealth creation books – and I mean a LOT. I read perhaps a book a week and have been doing that since 1998/1999 and that’s a LOT of books. Sometimes when you read one, you know immediately it’s going to become a personal classic, due to the impact it has on you and your business.

If you read JUST these 10 books, and implement the concepts contained therein, you will have the closest thing to a “Business Success Manual” I can think of.

In a very rough order of importance here is….

~The Top 10 “Can’t Live Without” Business Success Books

  1. Ready Fire Aim – Micheal Masterson
  2. This book shot straight to pole position when I read it on the advice of one of my mentors Rich Schefren and written by one of his mentors. Michael outlines the concept of your “lead product” and how, without your business being able to profitably sell your lead product, you haven’t got a business. You would be shocked how many small businesses don’t know what their “lead product” is. The power and simplicity of that concept struck me immediately and I now ask Michael’s core questions of every mentoring client I work with.

  3. E-Myth Revisited – Michael Gerber
  4. Obviously a classic and still just as effective today. The first book to put forward the idea of the “franchise prototype” and how to simply and easily develop systems for your business (and more importantly to get everyone else to buy into following them!)

  5. 7 Habits Of Highly Effective People – Stephen Covey
  6. This was pretty much the first personal development / personal effectiveness book I ever read and it had a profound impact on me. For the first time in my life I began taking responsibility for the things that had happened to me and I still remember – and try and live by – some of the concepts I remember from that book – one being “do what is right, not what is easy”. And that’s not always easy actually!

  7. Rich Dad’s Guide To Investment – Robert Kiyosaki
  8. What an eye opener “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” was! Well, this next book in the Rich Dad series had an even bigger impact on me from a business point of view. I put off reading it because it’s full title sounded a bit dry, and so did the first two thirds of the book seem at first. The general concept of the book is that we move in experience from being a novice investor to a sophisticated investor, and the more we move up the line, the higher the rewards and the higher the risks. Guess what the most sophisticated investor invest in? Start up or fledgling businesses! Now, isn’t that interesting? What do inexperienced “novice investor” type people do all the time? Start their own business! This book not only outlines the problem, it tells you what to do about it. How to assess any business so that any sophisticated investor would buy or invest in, while educating you about how to build such a business.

  9. Sychronicity – The Inner Path of Leadership – Joseph Jaworski
  10. This is not only a rattling good read and the story of Jaworski’s mid-life crisis as a successful lawyer in Washington and his subsequent travels around the world looking for his purpose and passion, but it covers the Entrepreneurial Traps which I recognised instantly! I won’t say anymore but you must read this book!

  11. E-Myth Manager – Michael Gerber
  12. One of the best books I’ve ever come across on how to recruit effectively, the right kind of people for your business, how to set your expectations and discover theirs, how to foster an entrepreneurial spirit in your employees, how to find out what motivates them and how to ensure that they follow the business systems you set up after reading the E-Myth book. And what to do when they don’t! As, sometimes, they won’t!

  13. Strikingitrich.Com: Profiles of 23 Incredibly Successful Websites You’Ve Probably Never Heard Of – Jaclyn Easton
    This book totally inspired me in 1998/1999 to start to try and make a living online and profiles 23 websites that were making over $1 million per year – mainly, with hindsight, through the membership site model, which in my dimness, I’ve only just come back to in the last 4 years! Along with “Multiple Streams of Internet Income” by Robert G Allen, “Career Renegade” by Jonathan Fields and “The E-Code” by Joe Vitale, this is a “must read” for those aspiring to the internet lifestyle.
  14. The One Minute Manager by Kenneth Blanchard
  15. Loved this book on managing effectively – yourself and your staff. Still aspire to have an empty diary and an empty desk, so that I can respond to situations and opportunities as they arise. A good companion book to “The E-Myth Manager” and you should also check out “Who Moved My Cheese” by the same author.

  16. Take Yourself to the Top by Laura Berman Fortgang
  17. This book was one of the first career coaching books I ever read and in her inimitable down to earth, no-nonsense style, LBF as she became known in coaching circles, covers some of the best strategies for business networking I have ever come across. How to network effectively, who to choose to network with….it’s all great stuff. Read this alongside “Love Is The Killer App” by Tim Sanders which is also very cool.

  18. The Portable Coach: 28 Sure-fire Strategies for Business and Personal Success by Thomas J. Leonard
  19. Thomas J Leonard was the “grandfather of coaching” and still sorely missed. The man was a bone fide genius and this, his first book, put coaching and it’s benefits firmly on the map. I still love his distinctions and one of the best was “selfish v self-ish” (think about it!). He also inspired me to write my eprogramme and thus my own book “The Money Gym” with his “Passive Income For Coaches” eprogramme and it was TJL who introduced me to 1ShoppingCart which was very ground breaking in 1999/2000 and which enabled me to grow my mailing list and thus my greatest business asset.

I hope you enjoyed this Top 10 Plus! list of business success books and that my personal reflections on each book has inspired you to go order a copy of each, and my book too.

I have always loved libraries (but not school) and I think we have such a wealth of knowledge in books and online, we are really doing ourselves a disservice if we don’t take every opportunity to learn how to do or be better.

Even if you don’t like to read, you can listen to the audio so you really have no excuse!

Building a Personal Library on a Budget

Source by Marco Gustafsson

“I cannot live without books,” Thomas Jefferson said. The third US president was a passionate bibliophile. In fact, he spent so much money on his favorite hobby that he went bankrupt, losing his beloved Monticello estate.

It is easy to get carried away with books. Nothing is quite so luxurious as curling up with your favorite novel. A full bookshelf adds elegance to your home and regular reading habits add power to your mind.

Furthermore, studies have shown that children who come from homes with books have higher grades and better careers than those who don’t. By keeping books in the home, you give your child a head start in life. But how does one avoid losing one’s estate?

A hardcover novel can easily cost twenty-five dollars. Art books are likely to cost twice that much. A set of encyclopedias is considered an investment. However, it is possible for you to build a book collection on a budget. Follow these steps and your favorite hardcover classics, children’s books and even brand-new copies of the latest bestsellers can be yours for a few dollars or even pennies.

Step 1. List Your Favorites

Sit down and make a list of the best books you have ever read. Pick the ones that you love to read again and again. The classics that changed your view of the world, the romance novels that made your heart pound and the definitive works on your favorite hobby. Once you have an idea of which books you want the most, you can shop for exactly what you need.

Step 2. Pick a Number

How much can you afford per month on books? $200?$25? Whatever it is, stick to it. Knowing how much you want to spend keeps you from overspending.

Step 3. Shop-or Swap-Online

Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble’s website both have sections for used books. You can find three year old bestsellers in good or new condition for as low $1.99. You can find older out of print versions for literally one cent. Oftentimes, the shipping and handling costs more than the book itself.

It is also possible to find free books online. At websites like Paperbackswap and Bookmooch, you start by posting your own books. When someone requests a book from you, you receive a point and can use it to get a book mailed to you free. Both of these websites include a wish list feature, so the minute someone posts a book you want to own, you can request it. All you pay is the cost of mailing a book to someone – usually less than $3.

Step 4. Buy Used

Used bookstores offer a great variety of books at the lowest prices, usually with a comfortable atmosphere. Many stores allow you to trade books and are likely to have editions that are no longer in print. They also tend to have piles of popular books at half price or lower. Books like Pride and Prejudice and the Works of Shakespeare are assigned to students who read them once for a grade, then bring them to the bookstore. Works by Stephen King, Mary Higgins Clark and Nora Roberts are also given away after one read. So, if you love mystery and horror novels, buy a stack at a Mom & Pop’s style store instead of paying eight dollars per book at the big places.

Step 5. Pace Yourself

Don’t try to get your whole list in one sitting. If your budget is $20, don’t sneak in an extra $7.50 for your favorite Hemingway novel. There are other (probably cheaper) copies of The Old Man and the Sea in the world, you don’t need to overspend for anything.

The written word is mankind’s greatest achievement. It can broaden your horizons, show you new worlds and teach you new skills. No matter how much (or how little) money in your pocket, you can be confident that quality copies of the most important books are within reach for you and your family.

Romance Books – A Must Read For All Youngsters

Source by Alden Jerry

Romantic love means you are deeply attached with your mate and you want to exchange love feelings with him or her. Romance is a sentiment of heart. Writing a love letter to your partner is a great way to express your love. Your romantic relationship starts with a romantic date, then by holding her or his hand in your hand. Just a hug or cuddling would show how much you care for your partner.

Add romance to your relationship by increasing physical and emotional intelligence. Start with a red rose which can fill the atmosphere with its lovely fragrance. It is also important to spend quality time with each other. Say romantic words to each other and do not worry if they sound poetic. Bring romance to your relationship by increasing emotional intelligence. Bring some spice in your relationship by going out and spending time with each other. Bring flowers for her / him and try to please her / him.

Buy some of Shakespeare's erotic romance books and say some quotes to your sweetheart. What really matters is that you make sure that your feelings and respect for your lover are made clear by your words. Communicate your feelings and show them to your lover. Read a romantic novel or watch a romantic movie. The romance in your relationship is far more important than the romantic words.

Romance is a shared feeling of being special in each other's life. When there is lack of trust, relationships do not work. This trust can be re-established by clearly communicating and expressing your thoughts. Respect each other's feelings, be honest to each other and care for each other. In romance, nothing is impossible. You get a new outlook to life. Read romance books and look the world with a different attitude. Everything would seem charming to you. You would want to do everything that pleases your partner. Impossible things would seem possible. Your whole life takes a new turn and it becomes beautiful too.

Love comes directly from the heart. Remember the days when you first met your partner. Show that you care by delivering flowers at work. Express your feelings and enjoy spending a romantic evening together. Give a little effort and your relationship will boost up. You need to keep romance live in your life. This way you can have memories of the important days in your life. Have a quiet evening with your lover or a candle light dinner. A gentle touch, a hug, or just cuddling will show how much you care for him. There are boundaries in love that should be respected. Please your beloved by giving her gifts and reciprocate her love.

A good romance book has a hero or heroine in love with each other and who meets a happy ending. Romance writers know how to incorporate action, suspense, mystery and love in a story. It can have steamy scenes. These stories are strong enough to capture and entice the reader. They connect with the readers by giving them excitation for hours. Sometimes, you never know what is going to happen next. This situation makes the reader more enthusiastic to read the novel.

Search erotic romance books and learn important tips from them. Get a range of romance books that are available in the markets. Select the one that interests you and make your romance life rocking. Some of the popular romantic books include "The Sound of Waves", "Love and Limerence" "Love Songs of the New Kingdom," and "The Grand Sophy." All these stories are based on romance and glorify the love.

Learning English Using the Internet

Source by Amy Nutt

Learning English can be a challenging and daunting task. Fortunately, technological advancements have now made learning the English language much more easy, fun, and convenient. One technologically advanced method that has improved the way people learn English is the Internet. This modern form of communication has opened the world to a whole new way of learning the English language. The vast resources on the web makes learning English a less intimidating undertaking.

When one embarks on the process of learning English, they require a number of learning materials such as text books, videos, and audio tapes. Traditionally, it was difficult to locate all of the appropriate educational materials. It took a lot of time an effort to find the most appropriate learning tools. Now, with a simple click of the mouse, one has a world full of materials that they can access. For instance, sites such as YouTube contain many video lessons on learning to speak English.

They are also English language learning sites where you can find every resource needed to learn the language. These special English languages learning sites are designed so that one can learn the language online in the comfort of their own home. These sites provide learning material in such areas as pronunciation and vocabulary, fun learning games, quizzes, English books, articles, magazines to read online, English chat forums that provide a place where one can meet other learners and practice conversational English, lessons for beginners, as well as a place to share English stories and poetry. Instead of buying piles of newspaper, books, and magazines and then sifting through information that does not interest you, you can find anything that interests you. The Internet has just about every medium that uses English. This includes English newspapers, magazines, journals, video, music, e-books, online news networks, and radio. You can find just about any topic online. It is much more fun to learn English with a topic that is interesting.

There are also online English learning sites that provide teachers who give lesson plans that includes tests, converse live with students, or correspond with them through email. Lessons can be obtained any time and any where. All that one requires is access to a computer and the Internet. For those with a busy life, students have the ability to learn at their own pace. These programs are designed to meet the students’ needs and have top native-English speaking teachers.

The Internet also contains sites where learners can utilize internet voice communication tools to practice their language speaking skills. People can speak with others in order to practice and even make some great friends. It is always beneficial to have good support system that will help motivate you to keep learning. There are also discussion boards, chat rooms, and email, where people can practice how to write and speak English properly. Sites like Facebook and Twitter are a great way to meet and interact with English speakers.

Learning the English language will improve job opportunities and open up the doors to career advancement. Because the Internet has become a big part of most people’s lives, the wealth of information posted from all over the world makes it a valuable tool when learning to speak and write the English language.

Online Betting Sites For Sports Betting

Source by Mike M J

Revolution in technology has positively set its benchmark on today’s generation. With the help of the latest hi-tech improvement in technology, all things have been made more handy to use and easily available. Among all technical innovations one of the best and hi-tech innovations is the computer. Computers are very useful to do research job as well as for leisure also. With the help of computer you can read and download books online. Searching for a job and long distance communication is now much easier because of the internet use. Not only this, computer is a resource of earning money for some people.

Amongst all use of computers one of the most popular uses of the computer is online gaming. The internet offers different websites for people to visit and take part to play online games. Individuals who are interested in sports betting, regularly search and visit different online sports betting sites for their bets.

Betting sites provide opportunities in which an individual bets on any sports team in any type of team game and deposits money on that particular sports team. If the team on which that individual has bet the money is the winning team, then he will get his cash return plus additional money as earnings. But if the team loses the game, then the individual loses his betting cash and will also not get any additional bonus money. This gaming process is very easy and has no complications.

Generally, public gambling on sports goes to a betting house where all bets are placed. But now, with the help of the computer and internet, there are many reputable online sports betting sites that are easily accessible. There are lots of online sports betting sites such as ukash betting sites, bet365 betting site which have gained the trust of those sports betting buffs and are now counted as one of the best.

While looking for online betting websites, one should be patient and broad minded because one betting website may present similar offers as another website and have better payback cash on betting games. Keeping track of the websites that one visited and found the offers there better when compared to other online betting websites and thinking about the helpful and harmful side, can help to accumulate or to make a better deal.

To assist one while selecting which online sports betting websites are trustworthy and secure to play, certain principles must be checked while searching them out. First issue that one must check is that the website is legal or not, most of the betting sites are legal but there is no damage in checking again.

There are various online betting sites available in cyber space which can surely help gambling lovers to bet on their favorite sports team. These online beating websites can be accessed from anywhere with the help of computer. Also these online betting websites deal with almost all type of sports right from the NBA, Formula 1, NFL, NASCAR, horse racing and of course the MLB or Major League Baseball, America’s number 1 sports game.