“Good things take time.” 💪🙏
Keeping my focus long term and putting in the daily effort towards my goals. 🏆
It’s easy to get caught up in wanting everything in the right here and now, but goals have to be earned with time, dedication, and CONSISTENCY.
Create a winning routine, stay focused, and put in the work. 🔥🏆💪
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Consider TIMBRE & TIMBER.
First off, I apologise: my CCWs (Commonly Confused Words) for this week is sorely late🤦🏼♀🙏 My apologies, again. But, bring it to you weekly, I must. I consider it one of my civic responsibilities😁. Yes ke!
See CENTER and CENTRE. One is AmE (American English: CENTER), and the other, BrE (British English: CENTRE). That is not the case with this week's CCWs:
In writing, they are commonly confused, one for the other.
In pronunciation, they are voiced thus:
Timber - \teem.ba\
Timbre - \tam.ba\
See pictorial illustration for their meanings and usage.
It's Friday; TGIF💃
Enjoy it, and the weekend. As for me, I'm already on a roll (not role)💃💃💃 Ndewo nu!🙌💪 Facebook:
Meet Emory Conrad Malick (December 29, 1881 – January 23, 1959), the first black pilot to earn an international pilot's license.
He was an aviation pioneer from the state of Pennsylvania. He was an early graduate of the Curtiss Flying School, where he earned his International Pilot's License (FAI #105 ) on March 20, 1912.
Emory was born in Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, the third of six children born to Darius Malick, a carpenter from the same area, and Susan Conrad. Emory's mother died when he was five, and his father remarried shortly thereafter. By 1900, Emory was living on his own as a farm laborer. In 1910, he appears in both Lancaster, Pennsylvania and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania as a carpenter, like his father. With his father, Darius Malick, Emory helped build the capitol building in Harrisburg, as well as installing the mahogany centering in the Pennsylvania Railroad dining and sleeping cars. In 1911, Mr. Malick became the first aviator to fly over central Pennsylvania, flying his homemade "aeroplane" over both Northumberland and Snyder Counties. On March 20, 1912, at the age of 30, Emory Conrad Malick became the first black pilot to earn an international pilot's license
The first record of Emory Malick's interest in aviation is July 22, 1911 when Emory is recorded as building a biplane in Seven Points, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, where he would be attempting a flight that afternoon. His first successful flight in an engine-powered "aeroplane" was on July 24, 1911. Emory sought more formal flying training and in January 1912, Emory C Malick of Philadelphia was enrolled in the Curtiss Aviation School in San Diego, California. #ObviousMedia#ObviousHeroes
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« Dans le monde il n’y a pas d’un coté le bien et le mal, il y a une part de lumière et d’ombre en chacun de nous. Ce qui compte c’est celle que l’on choisit de montrer dans nos actes, ça c’est ce que l’on est vraiment. » Sirius Black, Harry Potter ⚡️.
We are our biggest barrier. Our own thoughts create our biggest obstacles.⠀
These are not just negative thoughts like “I am not good enough” or “I am not loveable,” but also thoughts that are dismissive like “I am ok” or “I don’t need help.”⠀
We all have our own set of thoughts that are totally unhelpful. They don’t allow us to hear our true voice or fulfill our true destiny.
So, what should we do when these thoughts surface?⠀
1. Connect with who you are. To do that you have to be able to distinguish your true self Vs the ego, and to do that you need to spend time with yourself in silence. No social media, no people, no noise - and not just for a few hours but time and time again. What is your voice versus the critical voice? What do you sound like versus the voice of your family or society? These are not easy distinctions. It requires a lot of self-knowledge to be able to differentiate these different internal voices.⠀
2. When you recognize the critical self or the saboteur, don’t ignore it – ask where did you come from? What happened in my childhood that gave birth to you? And what are you trying to warn me of? Listen to this voice because it has something valuable to share. Once you have heard the voice you can choose not to listen to it. If you ignore it from the get-go, then you can expect that it will rumble under the surface - which is the definition of interference.⠀
3. If you are struggling - for whatever reason - do not dismiss it. Yes, you will be ok. Yes, you will get through this. Yes, nothing lasts forever - but no, you don’t have to go through it alone. Share your struggles or your suffering with people you trust. If you don’t have people you trust, then figure out why you don’t have them. Is it because you are surrounded by untrustworthy people or because you have bad judgment about who to surround yourself with? Or, is it because you are too guarded and avoidant to be vulnerable around even the most trustworthy people? Whatever you do, do not dismiss your problems or minimize their impact on you.⠀
You don’t have to look for your true self, you just have to quieten the noise of everything else, and it will surface.