Wednesday, November 21, 2007

ESSENCE OF BEING SINGLE



To the single folks out there, this is FOR US!

Single means you have the time to grow and be the person you want to be. Single gives you space to grow. Sometimes, it is harder to grow when you are too close to someone. Trees are planted far apart so they can spread their branches and become strong as they mature. Single means learning to live by yourself.

However, that is no more difficult than learning to live with somebody else.

Single means freedom.

You are free to spend a week's vacation on the beach, to take computer courses, to work late on an interesting project, to spend the day in bed with a good book or simply with a person who has read one.

Single means learning not to need a man/woman to make your life Meaningful but learning to live with a man/woman because you want to be with him/her.

Single means that sometimes you will wonder why you will bite your lip And feel wistful and wonder if marriage is better.

Ironically, yet quite happily, single is feeling good about being in Control of your life. It is liking and respecting who you are and why you are. Single is realizing that being married is not necessarily better, it Is merely different.

Single means that there could be something wonderful around the corner And you can take advantage of it. Being single means you are free to love again.

So why marry if you will you're good being single?




"Empire of Dollar is crashing"

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said on Monday the "empire of the dollar is crashing", a day after his country and anti-U.S. ally Iran advocated action over the weakening US currency during an OPEC summit here in Riyadh.

"Naturally, by the crash of the dollar, America's empire will crash," Chavez said.
However, the final statement of the oil cartel's Nov. 17-18 summit did not include any reference to the falling dollar, in an apparent victory for U.S.-allied moderates led by Saudi Arabia.

Saudi eyeing first revaluation in 21 years


Saudi Arabia may be reluctantly considering its first riyal revaluation since 1986 to address concern among Gulf Arab neighbours about the region's peg to the tumbling dollar.
Saudi Arabia might have started a study to change the riyal's exchange rate but it probably does not want to officially announce these studies to avoid creating concern in markets until a final decision is made.
At present, the exchange rate is 3.75SR/US$.

1 comment:

dazedblu* said...

The guy looks really HOT.