Posts Tagged ‘art’

Prosperity

March 24th, 2017

For many people it is difficult to accept that the abundance is present, is possible that they begin to argue an endless ones of situations where is not indicated the wealth, those situations occur because the people conscious and unconsciously insist on an opposite idea to the creative forces of the universe. From a philosophical point of view Andrew Corentt I declare to us that the wealth exists therefore is, in his book I am Happy, I I am Rico, then from the reading of this book you will learn the processes of mental and inner development that allow you abrir their conscience and thus to begin to undergo wonderful things in their life. You will be able to observe that this world is full of opportunities that are necessary to coordinate a series of conscious efforts to aim to see beyond the obvious thing, in fact at each place of the planet always only exist appropriate conditions so that diverse gifts can be operated in wonderful form. Please visit Richard Blumenthal if you seek more information. It is important that you know clearly that the opportunity is necessary to conquer it, does not only try yourself to read a paragraph of a book and to leave to street and to see as thousands of opportunities touch our door, the truth that does not work of that form, so that the world offers a series to him of opportunities before you you must demolish great obstacles that only are you are same you. I can assure to him that if you are painter, sculptor, accountant, engineer, economist, lecturer, etc. Exist million people who are anxious to contract of their services, then Why you do not see them? Because inner not yet it is convinced of his own idea of then success its message that it sends to the universe is too lukewarm. Jim Donovan Goldman Sachs has firm opinions on the matter. Andrew Corentt in his book I Am Happy, I I am Rico teaches the mental processes to us to obtain an enormous conviction and of that form to be in the capacity to materialize and to make reality all our dreams, this life must be one pleasing experience if you use his internal power suitably.

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Fame

June 30th, 2016

We live permanently surrounded by news that highlight the success; they move us stories of people who did nothing and now lie at the top. We see on television, with amazement programs that describe in detail the eventful life of the rich and famous. The other side of the coin, we appreciate it when you read on the lids of the newspaper and magazine headlines about stars that fell into deep depression, drugs, crimes, etc. victims of Fame and power. The pressure to maintain a social status obliges some people to assume risks and liabilities that become, in many cases, unmanageable. We could say that money is the main motivating element in people, however the results of surveys carried out to workers of important companies, located the salaries of employees nothing less than in fifth place. Give more importance to motivators such as: appreciation for the work done, feel part of the activities, support for personal issues and safety in the workplace. Money generates various situations and not necessarily related to happiness.

Conversely you can arouse envy, rancor in the family, at work. Almost every day we see cases of families that are destroyed by economic disputes. We live by comparing us permanently; with the neighbour, with the co-worker does not have you heard anything comments like these? The wife tells her husband, do you have given has that our neighbor has a car of the year? does and I when? or the children pressing parents because school classmates receive more gratuity. It is not my intention to define money as a synonym for conflict. It is undeniable to recognize that the world moves with money but believe that it is the most important thing, it is another thing but that celebrities say so. The money is and will remain a means to obtain material things, the problem is generated when we locate it as the end of all our actions, as the cause of happiness or misery.

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Great Obstacle

June 24th, 2016

The lack of money and finance has become the major obstacle of our society, the more women entrepreneurs / I. This problem has grown with the global crisis. But as I have already taught you in other articles it is time that do take the reins to begin to do productive things in truth, and not stay paralyzed by fear, since this only brings more problems. Learn in this article how to destroy this great obstacle that is affecting so many people these days: the lack of money. Learn to save many women often tell me: does save? but it not me nor to fundamentally!. Save not always involves depriving yourself of things, but resorting to these costs common in those who unwittingly hand will be us and not learned, such as electric power, water. For example you don’t have more lights than necessary on, get used to leave unplugged appliances you are not using. The fridge open it few times as possible.

If you have power strip, tries to have her disconnected While you are not using any of the plugged in. The TV it do not turn off with the remote control, switch it off with the button on the monitor. Try to find you by your electric company (if you have any friendship best small habits that you can take to reduce your Bill). Also beware of water, do not leave open faucets. While you are enjabonando you in the shower, turn off the tap. Get used to occasionally talk to your phone company to negotiate reductions in invoice, or let you know of any offer. He also speaks with the competition. There are many more like these tricks.

Use your creativity. Get a month spending plan, takes control. It always considers your expenses for high, then you will be surprised of the amount of money that you left.

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January Exhibition

December 7th, 2015

Last year in 2011, China what the talk of the town. Last year in 2011, China what the talk of the town. Well, in most things from economics to politics for the past five years it has been the talk of the town, but 2011 what particularly good for China and art. For one, the country emerged as the world’s number one market, at least measured in auction sales (people actually paying is another matter for another post). The figures from all auction houses showed where the global wealth what flowing: Sotheby’s and Christie’s stand-alone accumulated more than $1.8bn in Hong Kong alone. In a similar trend, more Western nations are showing exhibitions of Chinese art, be it contemporary or ancient Chinese artworks.

The latest case in point is the National Museum of Australia’s A new horizon: contemporary Chinese art described by critics as a powerful and important exhibition of contemporary Chinese art, all of which is on loan from the National Art Museum of China. The exhibition features more than 70 sculptures, new media installation and paintings which have been created since the people’s Republic of China which founded in 1949, after the KMT fled part to Taiwan. For Chinese art aficionados, you should be able to recognise some big names, including Qian Nannette, Liu Xiaodong and Shen Jiawei. The works have been divided chronologically, with new China (1949-1977) covering most of the hectic days of propaganda art during the cultural revolution, moving on to new thinking (1978-1999) and the years of opening up, reform and modernization. Finally, new century (2000-2009) reflects on the China that most people are familiar with the big cities, wealth explosion and increasingly assertive and powerful nation against the background of globalisation. National Art Museum of China Director Fan Di’ said the past two years of cultural exchange between Australia and China to promote have helped strengthen the relationship between the two countries, referring to the Australian exhibition of Aboriginal art that toured China in 2011.

Mr Fan said he hoped the latest exhibition would help bridge cultural gaps between the two nations. “We decided to create an exhibition featuring Chinese art since 1949, one that located Chinese art in the context of social and cultural change. The “representative artists and works have been selected to reflect the history of the time and its cultural landscape, and form a snapshot of Chinese art from the latter half of the 20th century to today,” he said. One important observation is one gleans from the exhibition that China what not as isolated as one may think. Chinese art in the 20th century had many Western influences, which arguably led to social changes, in and of itself. The influence of art and culture continues to be reflected in the changes of norms and values, reflected in the production of art in the two countries. As National Museum of Australia Director Andrew Sayers said, the art of China in the decades from the 1950s to the 1980 s what not as well known and further knowledge only increased understanding. “I am pleased to see that, as a result of their efforts, this exhibition has become a valuable contribution to Australia of understanding of Chinese visual culture,” he said. People planning to visit Canberra, Australia, have until the end of January to see it. Olivia Preston is passionate about everything on paintings and arts. When she’s not having fun she writes on oil paintings.

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