Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Happily Ever After

A close friend of mine had just finished writing an excellent book on marriage and relationship. He had asked me to provide my opinion on his book.

The book quite compact and easy reading. He has a background in metaphysics and certainly he touch a quite bit on those matter with regards to relationship. It looks at the marriage an relationship from a different perspective.

To me it is an eye opener. It certainly can help those that are in a relationship. I highly recommend it whether for new and seasoned couple alike. It is a good read.

Here is a link to this "Happily Ever After" - a book about marriage and relationship.

Monday, March 27, 2006

Better Ways To Improve Our Lives

I had built a new website about self-improvements. Over the years I had read quite a number of books on self-help. Since I had planned to develop a new website, I figure why not make one about improving our own lives.

I hope to be able to share some of the knowledge on various subject of managing oneself. It will not really be specific to personal improvement but it will be about a lot of other aspects as well that does influence our lives. I had managed to put up a few pages already and look forward to adding a few more articles in the next couple of days.

So, make sure you visit self-improvements and I certainly hope all the articles I had put up there can help you in any way it possibly can. Have a nice day ahead everyone and don't forget to enjoy life!

Tuesday, March 07, 2006


Today I read an article by a person by the name of Moiz Amjad about the misconception of terorism issues. This article was written back in 2001. So it is quite long ago that he wrote about this topic, but I know everything he said is still true until now. He actually was replying to a question by Tom Barber on the relevancy of terrorism and religion.

It certainly can make someone understand better on the issue of religion misconceptions, misunderstanding, unnecessary conflicts, and a lot more issues we face today, if we simply try to understand each other better. So here is the link to the misconception article.