The powers


Month: April 2021

The past is in your head the future is in your hands.”Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is not to stop questioning.” ~ Albert Einstein

Use your past

‘Movement is life;’ and it is well to be able to forget the past, and kill the present by continual change.

Use your past as an asset. Use your past as a motivator. Use your past as a super power. Learn from it. Draw strength from it .But ultimately, move on from it. Your past is there to guide you. Your past is there to teach you. Your past is there to shape you. Keep moving forward.

Be like Oprah, whose motivation was understanding she could accomplish big things in her life by owning her outcomes. Instead of using her horrible past as a crutch, Winfrey took responsibility for her life.

The reason you will find it so hard to be happy is that you always see the past better than it was, the present worse than it is, and the future less resolved than it will be and that the mindset that you should change,see the past as a lesson,the present as a process and the future as success.

No problem is big

Don’t go through life looking down, thinking, “This problem is too big; it’s never going to work out.” Get a new perspective. The forces that are for you are greater than the forces that are against you.

You Have the Cure, _God

When you know who you are, when you know you’ve been equipped and empowered, when you know God being for you is more than the world being against you, you won’t run from your hurdles. You’ll run toward your success.

God doesn’t make any mistakes. When He created you, He wasn’t having a bad day. He didn’t accidentally leave something out, and now you’re at a disadvantage. God calls you a masterpiece. He’s crowned you with His favor. You have everything you need to fulfill your destiny.

Make a vow.

A vow is a seed for meeting needs. It works in bringing the glorification of your dream into manifestation. There is no way you can exchange your needs for the glory of your goals, without a seed in your hand.

Don’t waste time

Your time is too valuable to worry about what people think about you. Your goals are too important to try to convince everyone to like you. Don’t waste your energy trying to make someone be for you that’s never going to be for you. You don’t need everyone to celebrate you.

Unemployed? Meghan and Harry have sparked a trend for chicken coops – Let see how you can start your own

I’ve taken notes from Meghan and Harry’s garden – ‘Archie’s Chick Inn’ .

Despite the majority of Meghan and Harry’s interview with Oprah Winfrey taking place in their friend’s garden, we were still offered a brief insight into the couple’s California backyard – complete with a large wooden chicken coop, aptly named Archie’s Chick Inn. The chicken coop came with a sign, reading ‘Established 2021’, before Harry shared how Meghan had ‘always wanted chickens,’ while standing in the coop.

Following the interview, demands for ‘chicken coop ideas’ jumped by 350%, whilst ‘walk-in chicken coops’ increased by approximately 200%. So, if you have been inspired by this unexpected trend but are not sure where to start, look no further than here.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, spring time is the best time of the year to invest in a coop. According to experts, who is familiarize with Chickens and more, these months offer the best weather for chicks to acclimatize to their new home. It is also the time when there is ‘naturally more food’ available.’

Furthermore, ‘Springtime is the time of year chosen by nature to start the regeneration of life process’ – so if you’re considering walking in Meghan and Harry’s footsteps, now is the best time to act.

Another thing to consider is the space that a chicken coop would need.
Before investing in a chicken coop, it’s important to make sure your backyard is large enough for your chickens to live comfortably. Chickens get agitated when they don’t have enough space to roam, which in turn causes them to retaliate. Various experts explains that bantams don’t need as much space as standard-sized chickens, but they tend to fly higher, meaning ‘perches are perfect for them.

People familiar with chicken farming suggest that standard hens crave more space than bantams, but their perches are better closer to the ground.

Many chicken farmers urgues to accommodate your local climate, as this can affect the size of the coop. If your garden stays warm all year, you can get away with a smaller coop; however, those in colder locations will need to create more room in the coop, as this is where they will be spending most of their lives.

While keeping chickens isn’t the most expensive habit, expert reminds us to keep in mind the cost commitment that may continue for years to come. The costs are split into four categories: housing, including the coop, accessories, such as food, livestock, and maintenance. The latter involves the hidden ongoing costs of keeping chickens, such as supplements and electricity. You might want to work these out before introducing chickens to your backyard.

This is also a way of being self employed and you can sell chicken products such as eggs, chicken manure and chicken meat.

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