Embrace Love!Read Now
Currently, we either are operating at a positive or a negative life cycle; there is no place in between.
Thus, it is important every day to be aware of our current cycle by diagnosing our current behavior,
A negative cycle is when we operate at fear-based thinking, will start to show/live negative behaviors such as Negative/Limited beliefs, scarcity, anger, blame, intolerance, desperation, depression, contempt, etc…
A positive cycle is when we operate at love-based thinking, will start to show/live positive behaviors such as open/Positive beliefs, motivation, happiness, trust, faith in self, other and the system and process of life, etc…
Source: Lynda field, JDN
Today Massk family coffee break reminder!
"Embrace Love, to live in a positive life cycle every day!"
sharing story!Read Now
“Start sharing your story and make a difference!”
Sharing your real experience you had with us, is input for us to make a further improvement, and input for new family to join us! https://www.masskgroup.com/shareyourstory.html
Smile like a baby!
You cannot have positivity in life if you can’t even do a simple smile.
Smiling seems like such a small thing because it is, but it has a big effect. By smiling, you can “trick” your brain into thinking happy thoughts.
Smiling doesn’t just spread positivity, it also makes you more attractive to people and therefore, more social. You can draw in the right thoughts and the right people just by smiling.
Today Massk family Coffee break reminder!
“Incorporate deliberate smiling as a new daily nuance to your coffee break time”
Build a positive life!
Festivals around the worldRead Now
Festivals around the world,
As long as people have lived together in communities, festivals are unavoidable, it seems we have had a longing to celebrate together as a group. Festival celebrations take place in all cultures, all over the globe and for lots of different reasons. Religion, music, food...etc
Many of the world’s biggest festivals have their basis in religion. A special occasion of feasting and celebration, feasts have long been used by religious followers to honor Gods. Some of the most famous religious festivals include Christmas, Hanukkah, Diwali, Passover, Easter, Holi and Eid al-Adha, which all serve to mark out the year.
Let’s see some of the colorful festivals
The Holi Festival in India is definitely the most colorful. Also known as the Color Throwing Festival, it takes place in March every year. It is observed by Hindus and Sikhs, with bonfires being lit and colored powder and water being thrown at one another for a truly unforgettable sight.
Holy week procession of Semana Santa in Antigua: To mark the start of Holy Week, towns throughout Guatemala host celebrations featuring giant floats with enormous statues of Jesus and the Virgin Mary, wafting incense, and sumptuous costumes. Here, local residents Line Street after street with intricately woven alfombras (carpets), all made by hand using flowers, brightly dyed sawdust, and palm fronds, and planned months in advance.
Songkran in Bangkok welcoming of the Buddhist New Year in Thailand. It’s also celebrated across Southeast Asia, albeit under different names and on slightly different dates. the festival’s best known for its water fights. Wide water fight, with entire communities hitting the streets with water pistols, water balloons, and buckets of water to hurl at each other.
The Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda Festival is one of the largest Buddhist festivals in Myanmar. The festival is held from the first day of the waxing moon to the third day after the full moon of Thadingyut, or September and October in the western calendar. The celebrations continue for more than 20 days around the lake in an ornate, gilded barge pulled by traditional longboats and manned by hundreds of rowers. The barge stops for a night at each village around the lake, where it’s welcomed with music, dancing, feasts, and a ceremony in the village monastery.
In January or February each year, Québec City embraces the cold as residents and visitors take to its brightly illuminated streets for a warming winter festival. For two weeks, the carnival features two night-time parades led by its cheerful mascot, Bonhomme (‘good-natured man’), whose huge ice palace is built and sculpted specially each year and acts as a focal point for the festivities.
Source: Willi-Blog post, UNESCO, Traveler blog posts
Todays Massk Family Coffee Break Reminder:
"Live every day positive, turn your life in to every day as if it is a festival of celebration".
We Ethiopians are experiencing every day a holiday witness by our colorful coffee ceremony.
Festival 7 pointsRead Now
Festivals are the reason of a culture to get known.
Life gave us unlimited gifts,
Why do we feel unfulfilled?
Because every day we focus on scarcity,
Because every day we focus on what we don’t have,
If we feel scared and unfulfilled we will keep losing what we have,
A feeling of scarcity is not our true nature but it is our major weakness,
Good example: “History of Adam”,
As per biblical history, Adam was the richest person on earth.
God gave Adam, all nature created on earth, as a gift to serve him,
God limited Adam not to touch and eat the fruit of only one tree.
Adam focuses on one tree that he doesn’t have, and finely he failed and loses what he has. Currently, so many individuals, societies, and nations are keeping repeating the same Adam mistake.
Let’s act altogether,
Start diagnosing your feeling; is there an area of your life where you feel unfulfilled? Repair your feeling. It is very easy, just start now to focus on what you have, and appreciate, accept and grateful for what you have now! And start to live a new fulfilled and abundant life!
We wish you a blessed holiday !
We are Nature!Read Now
Today's Coffee break reminder "Let's celebrate the holiday with a positive mind, We are Nature!"
The powerful cultureRead Now
Cultures have a large space in human life;
Culture is a way of human life;
World is full of culture;
nations are full of culture;
Society are full of culture;
organizations are full of culture ; MVV (Mission, Vision and Value) are the seed of organizational culture;
individuals are full of culture ;
Culture is how we grow up ;
Culture is how we threat life now;
Culture stored in our cellular memory, culture is our color;
We attract to countries because of the powerful culture;
This week we are going to celebrate one of the powerful ancient Ethiopian Orthodox tewahdo spiritual cultures "Epiphany";
For long years Ethiopian, celebrate Epiphany in much color full and powerful way, where so many people from the world are attracted and gathered to celebrate.
We wish you all a happy Epiphany season; may this week be a perfect holiday season for all of you to gratitude God, and to show a great love, respect, positivity and carrying for people around you.
Todays Massk Family Coffee break Reminder!!!
"Create a Positive and Progressive culture in your environment"
Author: MAssk Team "COFFEE BREAK"
YOU/WE deserve to live a successful life!