Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Faith



Faith is believing in something when it seems there is no chance. 

Faith is taking a step when you don't see the staircase. 

Faith is believing in yourself when no one else does. 

Faith is loving yourself enough to let someone go that only brings you pain. 

Faith is when those that know zero about you speak to the mass public as if they do & you still keep pushing doing what you have to do to prove them wrong. 


See when the situation looks bleak & there's no one there you can turn to as a man you have to have faith. Faith in yourself faith in your abilities and the faith to believe that you are the person you say you are. 

People can talk they can gossip but if they really don't know you or your faith then why doze their opinion matter at all?

It doesn't it shouldn't and it won't if you have goals in life attain them & handle your business the rest will fall into place. 

@1Entrepronegro

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

I couldn't get any bigger with anyone else beside of me....


Tuesday February 4, 2014

I feel in order to evolve as a Man you must learn to grow & appreciate what you have, often as men our first reaction is to seek an outsider for what we feel we are missing at home when in fact what we have been missing is right in our faces... Conversate with your women if she's been with you through thick & thin spend the rest of your days giving her a reason to stay!! 


See that's the big issue we as men often find the quickest out when times get rough when if you sat & thought you would realize what you thought you were missing has been right in your face the whole time, no one ever said this life would be easy & I know that when in love you must fight to keep your love on track cause even if your love falls off track LOVE always finds it's way back!!


See I haven't always been the perfect man I'm flawed very flawed but I can say that when I set my mind to it consider it done. 


Negativity in my life has taught me be thankful for now the past is a ghost & if you want positivity in a relationship it all depends on you your actions as we'll as your attitude. 


I'm a Capricorn & yes it's true financial success is my main motive. Sometimes so focused on the money we lose focus on what matters in life any Capricorn will tell you that. But when we come back to reality it seems we are better than we were before.  


The fact that there is so much hatred out there, that some mistake for love it builds a bond that can't be broken with those who genuinely love you & want to see you do we'll in life. 


I learned in 2013 they are the only people that matter. 


The people that were there from day one. 


The ones when I was working at lids making 9 bucks an hour & never judged me cause they see you for who you really are. 


They believe in you by all means. 


They want you to be a success in life by all cost. 


And most of all your happiness whether they are apart of it or not is all that matters. 


That's love that's sacrifice that's real & if they are the same they were when you were at your worst they deserve your best. 


I can honestly say I haven't reached my peak I have so much to learn but I can assure you I'll never take that learning experience for granted again!!!



#OneLove


@1Entrepronegro

Jailbreak Ios 7 & iPad Air update


There's a lot you can do now tons of update & you can finally theme both devices I personally like the mini player that ties directly into iTunes Match & also my phone icon matches my gold iphone 5S #Classic

Sunday, February 2, 2014

I want a wife...

I'm currently writing a 1500 word essay on a "Caged Bird' By Dr. Maya Angelou and "I want a wife" By Judy Brady

The essay I want a wife is a  motivation piece it can show a man should really respect all that his wife or significant other does for him and learn to appreciate all the hard work that she puts in while we are at work or at school. It is very accurate as well as reflective. So I decided to copy and paste it so those that never read it can read enjoy....

@1entrepronegro

JUDY BRADY
I Want a Wife (1971)
Judy Brady’s essay became an instant classic when it appeared in 1971 in the premier issue of the feminist magazine Ms. As you read, analyze the definitions of “husband” and “wife” that Brady uses, and consider why this essay became so powerful in the 1970s.
I belong to that classification of people known as wives. I am A Wife. And, not al- together incidentally, I am a mother.
Not too long ago a male friend of mine appeared on the scene fresh from a recent divorce. He had one child, who is, of course, with his ex-wife. He is look- ing for another wife. As I thought about him while I was ironing one evening, it suddenly occurred to me that I, too, would like to have a wife. Why do I want a wife?
I would like to go back to school so that I can become economically inde- pendent, support myself, and, if need be, support those dependent upon me. I want a wife who will work and send me to school. And while I am going to school I want a wife to take care of my children. I want a wife to keep track of the chil- dren’s doctor and dentist appointments. And to keep track of mine, too. I want a wife to make sure my children eat properly and are kept clean. I want a wife who will wash the children’s clothes and keep them mended. I want a wife who is a good nurturant attendant to my children, who arranges for their schooling, makes sure that they have an adequate social life with their peers, takes them to the park, the zoo, etc. I want a wife who takes care of the children when they are sick, a wife who arranges to be around when the children need special care, be- cause, of course, I cannot miss classes at school. My wife must arrange to lose time at work and not lose the job. It may mean a small cut in my wife’s income from time to time, but I guess I can tolerate that. Needless to say, my wife will arrange and pay for the care of the children while my wife is working.
I want a wife who will take care of my physical needs. I want a wife who will keep my house clean. A wife who will pick up after my children, a wife who will pick up after me. I want a wife who will keep my clothes clean, ironed, mended, replaced when need be, and who will see to it that my personal things are kept in their proper place so that I can find what I need the minute I need it. I want a wife who cooks the meals, a wife who is a good cook. I want a wife who will plan the menus, do the necessary grocery shopping, prepare the meals, serve them pleasantly, and then do the cleaning up while I do my studying. I want a wife who will care for me when I am sick and sympathize with my pain and loss of time from school. I want a wife to go along when our family takes a vacation so that someone can continue to care for me and my children when I need a rest and change of scene.
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From Ms. Magazine, 1972. Copyright © 1970 by Judy Syfers. Reprinted by permission.
1

2 BRADY I Want a Wife
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I want a wife who will not bother me with rambling complaints about a wife’s duties. But I want a wife who will listen to me when I feel the need to ex- plain a rather difficult point I have come across in my course of studies. And I want a wife who will type my papers for me when I have written them.
I want a wife who will take care of the details of my social life. When my wife and I are invited out by my friends, I want a wife who will take care of the babysitting arrangements. When I meet people at school that I like and want to entertain, I want a wife who will have the house clean, will prepare a special meal, serve it to me and my friends, and not interrupt when I talk about things that in- terest me and my friends. I want a wife who will have arranged that the children are fed and ready for bed before my guests arrive so that the children do not bother us. I want a wife who takes care of the needs of my guests so that they feel comfortable, who makes sure that they have an ashtray, that they are passed the hors d’oeuvres, that they are offered a second helping of the food, that their wine glasses are replenished when necessary, that their coffee is served to them as they like it. And I want a wife who knows that sometimes I need a night out by myself.
I want a wife who is sensitive to my sexual needs, a wife who makes love pas- sionately and eagerly when I feel like it, a wife who makes sure that I am satisfied. And, of course, I want a wife who will not demand sexual attention when I am not in the mood for it. I want a wife who assumes the complete responsibility for birth control, because I do not want more children. I want a wife who will remain sexually faithful to me so that I do not have to clutter up my intellectual life with jealousies. And I want a wife who understands that my sexual needs may entail more than strict adherence to monogamy. I must, after all, be able to relate to people as fully as possible.
If, by chance, I find another person more suitable as a wife than the wife I al- ready have, I want the liberty to replace my present wife with another one. Natu- rally, I will expect a fresh new life; my wife will take the children and be solely re- sponsible for them so that I am left free.
When I am through with school and have a job, I want my wife to quit work- ing and remain at home so that my wife can more fully and completely take care of a wife’s duties.
My God, who wouldn’t want a wife? 

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Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Faith



Faith is believing in something when it seems there is no chance. 

Faith is taking a step when you don't see the staircase. 

Faith is believing in yourself when no one else does. 

Faith is loving yourself enough to let someone go that only brings you pain. 

Faith is when those that know zero about you speak to the mass public as if they do & you still keep pushing doing what you have to do to prove them wrong. 


See when the situation looks bleak & there's no one there you can turn to as a man you have to have faith. Faith in yourself faith in your abilities and the faith to believe that you are the person you say you are. 

People can talk they can gossip but if they really don't know you or your faith then why doze their opinion matter at all?

It doesn't it shouldn't and it won't if you have goals in life attain them & handle your business the rest will fall into place. 

@1Entrepronegro

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

I couldn't get any bigger with anyone else beside of me....


Tuesday February 4, 2014

I feel in order to evolve as a Man you must learn to grow & appreciate what you have, often as men our first reaction is to seek an outsider for what we feel we are missing at home when in fact what we have been missing is right in our faces... Conversate with your women if she's been with you through thick & thin spend the rest of your days giving her a reason to stay!! 


See that's the big issue we as men often find the quickest out when times get rough when if you sat & thought you would realize what you thought you were missing has been right in your face the whole time, no one ever said this life would be easy & I know that when in love you must fight to keep your love on track cause even if your love falls off track LOVE always finds it's way back!!


See I haven't always been the perfect man I'm flawed very flawed but I can say that when I set my mind to it consider it done. 


Negativity in my life has taught me be thankful for now the past is a ghost & if you want positivity in a relationship it all depends on you your actions as we'll as your attitude. 


I'm a Capricorn & yes it's true financial success is my main motive. Sometimes so focused on the money we lose focus on what matters in life any Capricorn will tell you that. But when we come back to reality it seems we are better than we were before.  


The fact that there is so much hatred out there, that some mistake for love it builds a bond that can't be broken with those who genuinely love you & want to see you do we'll in life. 


I learned in 2013 they are the only people that matter. 


The people that were there from day one. 


The ones when I was working at lids making 9 bucks an hour & never judged me cause they see you for who you really are. 


They believe in you by all means. 


They want you to be a success in life by all cost. 


And most of all your happiness whether they are apart of it or not is all that matters. 


That's love that's sacrifice that's real & if they are the same they were when you were at your worst they deserve your best. 


I can honestly say I haven't reached my peak I have so much to learn but I can assure you I'll never take that learning experience for granted again!!!



#OneLove


@1Entrepronegro

Jailbreak Ios 7 & iPad Air update


There's a lot you can do now tons of update & you can finally theme both devices I personally like the mini player that ties directly into iTunes Match & also my phone icon matches my gold iphone 5S #Classic

Sunday, February 2, 2014

I want a wife...

I'm currently writing a 1500 word essay on a "Caged Bird' By Dr. Maya Angelou and "I want a wife" By Judy Brady

The essay I want a wife is a  motivation piece it can show a man should really respect all that his wife or significant other does for him and learn to appreciate all the hard work that she puts in while we are at work or at school. It is very accurate as well as reflective. So I decided to copy and paste it so those that never read it can read enjoy....

@1entrepronegro

JUDY BRADY
I Want a Wife (1971)
Judy Brady’s essay became an instant classic when it appeared in 1971 in the premier issue of the feminist magazine Ms. As you read, analyze the definitions of “husband” and “wife” that Brady uses, and consider why this essay became so powerful in the 1970s.
I belong to that classification of people known as wives. I am A Wife. And, not al- together incidentally, I am a mother.
Not too long ago a male friend of mine appeared on the scene fresh from a recent divorce. He had one child, who is, of course, with his ex-wife. He is look- ing for another wife. As I thought about him while I was ironing one evening, it suddenly occurred to me that I, too, would like to have a wife. Why do I want a wife?
I would like to go back to school so that I can become economically inde- pendent, support myself, and, if need be, support those dependent upon me. I want a wife who will work and send me to school. And while I am going to school I want a wife to take care of my children. I want a wife to keep track of the chil- dren’s doctor and dentist appointments. And to keep track of mine, too. I want a wife to make sure my children eat properly and are kept clean. I want a wife who will wash the children’s clothes and keep them mended. I want a wife who is a good nurturant attendant to my children, who arranges for their schooling, makes sure that they have an adequate social life with their peers, takes them to the park, the zoo, etc. I want a wife who takes care of the children when they are sick, a wife who arranges to be around when the children need special care, be- cause, of course, I cannot miss classes at school. My wife must arrange to lose time at work and not lose the job. It may mean a small cut in my wife’s income from time to time, but I guess I can tolerate that. Needless to say, my wife will arrange and pay for the care of the children while my wife is working.
I want a wife who will take care of my physical needs. I want a wife who will keep my house clean. A wife who will pick up after my children, a wife who will pick up after me. I want a wife who will keep my clothes clean, ironed, mended, replaced when need be, and who will see to it that my personal things are kept in their proper place so that I can find what I need the minute I need it. I want a wife who cooks the meals, a wife who is a good cook. I want a wife who will plan the menus, do the necessary grocery shopping, prepare the meals, serve them pleasantly, and then do the cleaning up while I do my studying. I want a wife who will care for me when I am sick and sympathize with my pain and loss of time from school. I want a wife to go along when our family takes a vacation so that someone can continue to care for me and my children when I need a rest and change of scene.
page1image28112 page1image28272
From Ms. Magazine, 1972. Copyright © 1970 by Judy Syfers. Reprinted by permission.
1

2 BRADY I Want a Wife
page2image1032
I want a wife who will not bother me with rambling complaints about a wife’s duties. But I want a wife who will listen to me when I feel the need to ex- plain a rather difficult point I have come across in my course of studies. And I want a wife who will type my papers for me when I have written them.
I want a wife who will take care of the details of my social life. When my wife and I are invited out by my friends, I want a wife who will take care of the babysitting arrangements. When I meet people at school that I like and want to entertain, I want a wife who will have the house clean, will prepare a special meal, serve it to me and my friends, and not interrupt when I talk about things that in- terest me and my friends. I want a wife who will have arranged that the children are fed and ready for bed before my guests arrive so that the children do not bother us. I want a wife who takes care of the needs of my guests so that they feel comfortable, who makes sure that they have an ashtray, that they are passed the hors d’oeuvres, that they are offered a second helping of the food, that their wine glasses are replenished when necessary, that their coffee is served to them as they like it. And I want a wife who knows that sometimes I need a night out by myself.
I want a wife who is sensitive to my sexual needs, a wife who makes love pas- sionately and eagerly when I feel like it, a wife who makes sure that I am satisfied. And, of course, I want a wife who will not demand sexual attention when I am not in the mood for it. I want a wife who assumes the complete responsibility for birth control, because I do not want more children. I want a wife who will remain sexually faithful to me so that I do not have to clutter up my intellectual life with jealousies. And I want a wife who understands that my sexual needs may entail more than strict adherence to monogamy. I must, after all, be able to relate to people as fully as possible.
If, by chance, I find another person more suitable as a wife than the wife I al- ready have, I want the liberty to replace my present wife with another one. Natu- rally, I will expect a fresh new life; my wife will take the children and be solely re- sponsible for them so that I am left free.
When I am through with school and have a job, I want my wife to quit work- ing and remain at home so that my wife can more fully and completely take care of a wife’s duties.
My God, who wouldn’t want a wife?