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Often times in our lives we meet so many people with such a huge talent and great achievements in their career with seemingly an aura of invincibility and less stress.
We begin to contrast it with so many visibily well stressed and supposedly hardworking folks who seems to despite their continuous efforts have very little to no success whatsoever.
To some persons, it may look as though the world is unfair. However I have studied thorns of hundreds of very successful people and have come to realise what actually was the most distinguishing factor.
These two personalities have all it takes to achieve success but the bitter experience is that one is doing exploits while the other is merely surviving.
I have also come to realised that to become extraordinary, you must be willing to go the extra mile. Both in business, careers, politics and most importantly entertainment. Here is therefore a few must do tips to help you belong to this elite league of Extraordinary People.
- You must be very deliberate in your quest to achieve success.
- You must be well determined to scale up your potential (Continuous education).
- You must be willing to pay the price.
- You must pay great attention to your forerunners in any field you’re interested in.
- You must have a mentor that has achieved similar success in your area of interest.
These are just few must do tips. I will be taking you on a more deeper ways as we progress. You can reach us on any of our social handles. Also please ensure you subscribe so you don’t miss anything. Do leave a comment and I would be glad to interact.
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“Berlin, the largest city of the German empire, the capital of the kingdom of Prussia”.1911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 3
Berlin had been part of the province of Brandenburg since 1815. On 1 April 1881, the city became Stadtkreis Berlin, a city district separate from Brandenburg. On 27 April 1920, the greater Berlin Act was passed by the Prussian Parliament and it came into effect on 1 October of the same year. The then new Prussian Province termed Greater Berlin acquired territories from the province of Brandenburg and consisted many towns and cities.
The act increased the area of Berlin 13 times from 66km2 (25sweet mi) to 883km3 (341sweet mi) and the population doubled from approximately 1.9 million to near 4 million with almost 1.2 million of the new inhabitants coming from the 7 surrounding towns alone.
Greater Berlin was then subdivided into 20 boroughs. Through same law it became possible to implement integrated town planning across the whole of Greater Berlin. The Act was an important foundation for the rise of Berlin to a cultural centre of Europe in the 1920.
Apart from the minor changes, the city boundary defined in the Law is still the same as today even though its character has changed several times over the years. Originally a mere municipal boundary, it became a demarcation line between occupation zones after 1945 and part of the iron Curtain after 1949, with the Berlin Wall on some of its length between 1961 and 1990. Since the Reunification of Germany, it’s now the border between the German state of Berlin and Brandenburg.
Culled from: Greater Berlin Act.
Yosemite National Park in California a UNSECO World Heritage Site since 1984.
The mother nature in almost everytime refers or is attributed to the mother earth. The earth as a great work of art houses and accommodates everything both living and non living just as the mother would do. The hills, oceans; seas, Animals, cloud, trees, grasses, etc all adorn the earth crust.
It nurtures and a personification of all of the natures beauty. The word nature comes from a Latin word “natura”, meaning birth or character. In English it was first used in 1266. As a concept which embodies both the divinity and humanity, it can be traced to ancient Greece although Earth or “Eorthe” may have been personified as a goddess.
In later medieval Christian thinkers did see nature as inclusive of everything and postulate it with the divine creation by God.
The Roman Epicurean poet lucretius opens his didactic poem “De rerum natura” by addressing Venus as a verifiable mother nature. He uses Venus as a personified symbol for the generative aspect of nature.
Algonquian legend says that ” beneath the clouds lives the Earth mother from whom is derived the water of life, who at her blossom feeds plants, animals and humans”. She is otherwise known as Nokomis, the Grandmother.
In Inca mythology, Mama Pacha or Pachamama is a fertility goddess who presides over planting and harvesting. Pachamama is usually translated as mother earth but a more literary translations would be “mother Universe”.
In prehispanic culture, respect and Faith in mother nature is regarded as paramount to living in full harmony as humans.
In the nutshell, mother nature means many things to many people. To some, it symbolises peace and divinity to others it just a work of art made by God. Irrespective of what it is to varying people, one time is certain. Ensure you contribute maximally to keeping it safe and secure for the coming generations after that way others would experience it’s enormous beauty and keep praising and the creator.
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