Are you living in auto-pilot? Do you go to the same places every weekend? Visit the same people on the same day, and set time every month? Do you sit in the same seat every Sunday at Church?
Do you watch the same TV station and always listen to the same radio station every day? Are most of your clothes basically the same colour and style?
If you answered “Yes” to all of the above questions, you need to ask yourself if you are living your life in auto-pilot.
Barack Obama is the first African American to serve as the president of the U.S. He was first elected to the presidency in 2008, and then again in 2012. He was born on the 4th of August 1961, in Hawaii to an American mother and a Kenyan father.
Back when he was campaigning to be president, it was widely thought that there was no way a black man could ever hold such a high position as the president of the USA. Comments like those below were commonplace in the American Press;
Every human being needs to spend time alone. Time alone has benefits for both mind and body. These days a lot of people equate being alone with being lonely. However, being alone does not mean you will be lonely. Instead, you will find there are many benefits mentally and physically of having some quiet time for yourself.
The 5 benefits of spending time alone are:
When everything seems to be going against us, it seems impossible to think positively. At times we feel like our lives are going nowhere and then negative thoughts start to drag us down.
They affect our health and our performance. They can also have a negative effect on our relationships. We may not necessarily be in a state of depression, but we find that we are spending more time on our own, as we don’t want to talk to anyone and are not in the mood to be around happy people.