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You don’t remember what happened. What you remember becomes what happened.
Good morning, Internet. In this video, I’d like to talk a bit about “positive thinking.” There are quite some self-help books (자기 계발서) out there that focus on pep talking yourself into feeling good or positive affirmations and such. Most of it is just pretty much rubbish, but it also gives positive thinking and optimism sort of like a bad name.
Nowdays, a lot of people think of positivity and optimism as something unrealistic; something almost delusion. You think, you know, reality is tough and bad things happen, so you almost have to be naïve or ignorant to be a positive person.
O The coaches had a pep talk with the team about today’s loss. (격려되는 말, 이야기)
O After the tornado hit, there was rubbish everywhere.
Kenya to Pull Plug on Counterfeit Mobile Phone (2)
Working with the country’s mobile operators, the Communications Commission of Kenya (CCK) has developed a database listing all the legitimate phones in the country. If your phone’s individual identification number, known as an IMEI, is not on the list, it will be deactivated.
Francis Wangusi, director General of the CCK says security is the country’s primary concern, particularly as many Kenyans use their phones to conduct money transfers through programs like M-Pesa.
Outsourcing Your Kids
Gone are the days when children were taught by their parents. Little by little, the job of training kids is being handed over to others. Many dual-income families think all is finally right with the world. A lot of people believe that kids need a break from the boredom of being taught by their parents.
Having other people teach youngsters to swim or ride a bike can be a lot more fun and also grease the wheels of faster learning. Some parents are squeamish about potential injuries or are simply unable to teach their kids. Of course, some say it is sad to miss the achievements of your children since seeing their development is one of the joys of parenthood.
O Gone are the days when people could expect to work at one job for their whole lives.
O Gone are the days when a firm handshake was all it took to seal a deal. (~시대는 지나갔다)
O God is in his heaven, and all is right with the world. (모든 것이 올바르게 되다)
O Now that we are together, I feel like finally all is right with the world.
O If you flatter them, it might grease the wheels. (바퀴에 기름칠을 하다)
O His smile always greases the wheels in the accounting department. (윤활유 역할을 하다)
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