Whenever you don't get desired result, don't lose your moral and doubt yourself. All setbacks are temporary and failing once doesn't mean you are a failure. Winning or losing is not important, what is important is that you took a chance, a chance which many scared heart would have by passed. Learn from your mistakes and believe in yourself. #motivation

Whenever you don't get desired result, don't lose your moral and doubt yourself. All setbacks are temporary and failing once doesn't mean you are a failure. Winning or losing is not important, what is important is that you took a chance, a chance which many scared heart would have by passed. Learn from your mistakes and believe in yourself. #motivation

Michael The War Angel – his name means “Who Is Like God”. And he is the greatest and most powerful angel in Heaven. He is the conqueror of Satan in the war.

Michael The War Angel – his name means “Who Is Like God”. And he is the greatest and most powerful angel in Heaven. He is the conqueror of Satan in the war.

I mean Mathilda of Flanders, Duchess of Normandy, Queen of England, wife of William the Conqueror. She was born circa 1031 and died circa 1083. She was th...

I mean Mathilda of Flanders, Duchess of Normandy, Queen of England, wife of William the Conqueror. She was born circa 1031 and died circa 1083. She was th...

Bhagavad Gita Chapter 7 Verse 78 - TemplePurohit.com  mattah parataram nānyat kiñcid asti dhanañ-jaya mayi sarvam idam protam sūtre mani-ganā iva  raso ham apsu kaunteya prabhasmi sasi-suryayoh pranavah sarva-vedesu sabdah khe paurusam nrsu  Word Meanings: attah  beyond Me; para-taram  superior; na  not; anyat kiñcit  anything else; asti  there is; dhanam-jaya  O conqueror of wealth; mayi  in Me; sarvam  all that be; idam  which we see; protam  is strung; sūtre  on a thread; mani-ganāh…

Bhagavad Gita Chapter 7 Verse 78 - TemplePurohit.com mattah parataram nānyat kiñcid asti dhanañ-jaya mayi sarvam idam protam sūtre mani-ganā iva raso ham apsu kaunteya prabhasmi sasi-suryayoh pranavah sarva-vedesu sabdah khe paurusam nrsu Word Meanings: attah beyond Me; para-taram superior; na not; anyat kiñcit anything else; asti there is; dhanam-jaya O conqueror of wealth; mayi in Me; sarvam all that be; idam which we see; protam is strung; sūtre on a thread; mani-ganāh…

#inspiration #quote / SOMEDAY  EVERYTHING WILL MAKE  PERFECT SENSE. SO, FOR NOW, LAUGH AT THE CONFUSION, SMILE THROUGH THE TEARS AND KEEP REMINDING YOURSELF THAT EVERYTHING  HAPPENS FOR A REASON.

75 Inspirational Quotes to Help You Get Through College

#inspiration #quote / SOMEDAY EVERYTHING WILL MAKE PERFECT SENSE. SO, FOR NOW, LAUGH AT THE CONFUSION, SMILE THROUGH THE TEARS AND KEEP REMINDING YOURSELF THAT EVERYTHING HAPPENS FOR A REASON.

Turkic warriors guarding the Doors of Tamerlane. Tamerlane, anglicized form of Timur-i-Lang ('Lame Timur' or 'Timur the Lame') (1336-1404), was a Turkic conqueror, born in Kash near Samarkand. He waged several devastating wars, conquering Persia (1392-96) and northern India (1398), and defeating the Ottomans and the Mamlukes (1402)

Turkic warriors guarding the Doors of Tamerlane. Tamerlane, anglicized form of Timur-i-Lang ('Lame Timur' or 'Timur the Lame') (1336-1404), was a Turkic conqueror, born in Kash near Samarkand. He waged several devastating wars, conquering Persia (1392-96) and northern India (1398), and defeating the Ottomans and the Mamlukes (1402)

A sketch of Jane Seymour by Hans Holbein the Younger || The name Seymour comes from the Old English word "sae," which translates into sea, and "mere," meaning lake or pond. In the Anglo-Saxon community, "Seymour" originated in the Yorkshire, Norfolk, and Suffolk regions.  The Seymour family that arrived in England with William the Conqueror are directly John Seymour, Jane's father.

A sketch of Jane Seymour by Hans Holbein the Younger || The name Seymour comes from the Old English word "sae," which translates into sea, and "mere," meaning lake or pond. In the Anglo-Saxon community, "Seymour" originated in the Yorkshire, Norfolk, and Suffolk regions. The Seymour family that arrived in England with William the Conqueror are directly John Seymour, Jane's father.

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