If you can keep your head when all about you Are losing theirs and blaming it on you,

If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you,

But make allowance for their doubting too;

If you can wait and not be tired by waiting,

Or being lied about, don’t deal in lies,

Or being hated don’t give way to hating,

And yet don’t look too good, nor talk too wise:

If you can dream

and not make dreams your master;

If you can think

and not make thoughts your aim,

If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster

And treat those two impostors just the same;

If you can bear to hear the truth you’ve spoken Twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools,

Or watch the things you gave your life to, broken,

And stoop and build ‘em up with worn-out tools:

If you can make one heap of all your winnings And risk it on one turn of pitch-and toss,

And lose, and start again at your beginnings And never breathe a word about your loss;

If you can force your heart and nerve and sinew,

To serve your turn long after they are gone,

And so hold on when there is nothing in you Except the Will which says to them: ‘Hold on!

If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue,

Or walk with Kings–nor lose the common touch,

If neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you,

If all men count with you, but none too much;

If you can fill the unforgiving minute

With sixty seconds’ worth of distance run,

Yours is the Earth and everything that’s in it,

And…which is more…

you’ll be a Man, my son.

Rudyard Kipling


http://coachingtohappiness.com/anything-is-possible.html

If there was ever a time to dare,

to make a difference,

to embark on something worth doing,

IT IS NOW.

Not for any grand cause, necessarily…

but for something that tugs at your heart,

something that’s your inspiration,

something that’s your dream.

You owe it to yourself

to make your days here count.

HAVE FUN.
DIG DEEP.
STRETCH.
DREAM BIG.

Know, though, that things worth doing seldom come easy.

There will be good days.

And there will be bad days.

There will be times when you want to turn around,

pack it up,

and call it quits.

Those times tell you

that you are pushing yourself,

that you are not afraid to learn by trying.

PERSIST.

Because with an idea,

determination,

and the right tools,

you can do great things.

Let your instincts,

your intellect,

and your heart,

guide you.

TRUST.

Believe in the incredible power of the human mind.

Of doing something that makes a difference.

Of working hard.

Of laughing and hoping.

Of lazy afternoons.

Of lasting friends.

Of all the things that will cross your path this year.

The start of something new

brings the hope of something great,

ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE.


http://coachingtohappiness.com/invitation.html

It doesn’t matter what you do for a living.

I want to know what you ache for, and if you dare to dream of meeting your heart’s longing.

It doesn’t interest me how old you are.

I want to know if you will risk looking like a fool

for love,

for dreams,

for the adventure of being alive.

It doesn’t interest me what planets are squaring your moon.

I want to know if you have touched the centre of your own sorrow,

if you have been opened by life’s betrayals

or have become shrivelled and closed

from fear of further pain!

I want to know if you can sit with pain,

mine or your own,

without moving to hide it

or fade it

or fix it.

I want to know if you can be with joy,

mine or your own;

if you can dance with wildness

and let the ecstasy fill you to the tips of your fingers and toes

without cautioning us to

be careful,

be realistic,

remember the limitations of being a human.

It doesn’t interest me if the story you are telling me

is true.

I want to know if you can

disappoint another

to be true to yourself;

if you can bear the accusation of betrayal

and not betray your own soul.

If you can be faithless

and therefore trustworthy.

I want to know if you can see beauty

even when it’s not pretty every day.

And if you can source your life

from its presence.

I want to know if you can live with failure,

yours and mine,

and still stand on the edge of the lake

and shout to the silver of the full moon,

‘Yes!’

It doesn’t interest me

to know where you live or how much money you have.

I want to know if you can get up

after the night of grief and despair,

weary and bruised to the bone,

and do what needs to be done

to feed the children.

It doesn’t interest me who you know,

or how you came to be here.

I want to know if you will stand

in the centre of the fire

with me

and not shrink back.

It doesn’t interest me where or what or with whom

you have studied.

I want to know what sustains you

from the inside,

when all else falls away.

I want to know if you can be alone

with yourself;

and if you truly like the company you keep

in the empty moments.


(c) copyright 1999 by Oriah Mountain Dreamer. From the book, The Invitation, published by Harper San Francisco, 1999. All rights reserved.


http://coachingtohappiness.com/me-im-ok.html

I am Me. In all the world, there is no one else exactly like me. Everything that comes out of me is authentically mine, because I alone chose it – I own everything about me: my body, my feelings, my mouth, my voice, all my actions, whether they be to others or myself.

I own my fantasies, my dreams, my hopes, my fears. I own my triumphs and successes, all my failures and mistakes. Because I own all of me, I can become intimately acquainted with me. By so doing, I can love me and be friendly with all my parts.

I know there are aspects about myself that puzzle me, and other aspects that I do not know – but as long as I am friendly and loving to myself, I can courageously and hopefully look for solutions to the puzzles and ways to find out more about me.

However I look and sound, whatever I say and do, and whatever I think and feel at a given moment in time is authentically me. If later some parts of how I looked, sounded, thought, and felt turn out to be unfitting, I can discard that which is unfitting, keep the rest, and invent something new for that which I discarded.

I can see, hear, feel, think, say, and do. I have the tools to survive, to be close to others, to be productive, and to make sense and order out of the world of people and things outside of me. I own me, and therefore, I can engineer me.

I am me, and I am Okay.

From Self Esteem by Virginia Satir


http://coachingtohappiness.com/mother-theresa.html

People are often unreasonable, illogical, and self-centred;

Forgive them anyway.

If you are kind, people may accuse you of selfish, ulterior motives;

Be kind anyway.

If you are successful, you will win some false friends and some true enemies;

Succeed anyway.

If you are honest and frank, people may cheat you;

Be honest and frank anyway.

What you spend years building, someone could destroy overnight;

Build anyway.

If you find serenity and happiness, they may be jealous;

Be happy anyway.

The good you do today, people will often forget tomorrow;

Do good anyway.

Give the world the best you have, and it may never be enough;

Give the world the best you’ve got anyway.

You see, in the final analysis, it is between you and GOD.

It was never between you and them anyway.

Popularly attributed to Mother Theresa, but actually by Kent M Keith and read by Mother Theresa.


http://coachingtohappiness.com/steps-to-happiness.html

Everybody Knows: You can’t be all things to all people.

You can’t do all things at once.

You can’t do all things equally well.

You can’t do all things better than everyone else.

Your humanity is showing just like everyone else’s.

So:

You have to find out who you are, and be that.

You have to decide what comes first, and do that.

You have to discover your strengths, and use them.

You have to learn not to compete with others,

Because no one else is in the contest of being you.

Then:

You will have learned to accept your own uniqueness.

You will have learned to set priorities and make decisions.

You will have learned to live with your limitations.

You will have learned to give yourself the respect that is due.

And you’ll be a most vital mortal.

Dare To Believe:

That you are a wonderful, unique person.

That you are a once-in-all-history event.

That it’s more than a right, it’s your duty, to be who you are.

That life is not a problem to solve, but a gift to cherish.

And you’ll be able to stay one up on what used to get you down.


http://coachingtohappiness.com/category/inspirational-happiness-poems

I am your constant companion.

I am your greatest helper or your heaviest burden.

I will push you onward or drag you down to failure.

I am completely at your command.

Half the things you do, you might just as well turn over to me, and I will be able to do them quickly and correctly.

I am easily managed; you must merely be firm with me.

Show me exactly how you want something done, and after a few lessons I will do it automatically.

I am the servant of all great men. And, alas, of all failures as well.

Those who are great, I have made great.

I am not a machine, though I work with all the precision of a machine. Plus, the intelligence of man.

You may run me for profit, or run me for ruin; it makes no difference to me.

Take me, train me, be firm with me and I will put the world at your feet.

Be easy with me, and I will destroy you.

Who am I?

I am habit.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pope_Alexander_VI

It cant get any better at the Holly see

Of Pope Alexander’s many mistresses the one for whom his passion lasted longest was a certain Vannozza (Giovanna) dei Cattani, born in 1442, and wife of three successive husbands. The connection began in 1470, and she bore him four children whom he openly acknowledged as his own: Giovanni, afterwards duke of Gandia (born 1474), Cesare (born 1476), Lucrezia (born 1480), and Goffredo or Giuffre (born 1481 or 1482). His other children – Girolamo, Isabella and Pier Luigi – were of uncertain parentage. Before his elevation to the papacy Cardinal Borgia’s passion for Vannozza somewhat diminished, and she subsequently led a very retired life. Her place in his affections was filled by the beautiful Giulia Farnese (Giulia Bella), wife of an Orsini, but his love for his children by Vannozza remained as strong as ever and proved, indeed, the determining factor of his whole career. He lavished vast sums on them and loaded them with every honour. The atmosphere of Alexander’s household is typified by the fact that his daughter Lucrezia lived with his mistress Giulia, who bore him a daughter, Laura, in 1492.

He is the ancestor of virtually all Royal Houses of Europe, mainly the Southern and Western ones, for being the ancestor of Doña Luisa de Guzmán, wife of King John IV of Portugal.

The infamous “Ballet of the Chestnuts” was held in the Vatican on 10/30/1501. One of the wildest parties thrown in the Papal Palace by Pope Alexander VI, the Ballet of the Chestnuts was an old fashioned orgy featured 50 of Rome’s most beautiful harlots, with the Pope handing out prizes to those men who displayed the most virility. Seated by the Pope’s side for this revel was his own illegitimate daughter and occasional lover, Lucrezia Borgia.

The following are quoted from William Manchester’s “A World Lit Only by Fire- The Medieval Mind and The Renaissance” .Little, Brown & Company, 1992

“Once he became Pope Alexander VI, Vatican parties, already wild, grew wilder. They were costly, but he could afford the lifestyle of a Renaissance prince; as vice chancellor of the Roman Church, he had amassed enormous wealth. As guests approached the papal palace, they were excited by the spectacle of living statues: naked, gilded young men and women in erotic poses. Flags bore the Borgia arms, which, appropriately, portrayed a red bull rampant on a field of gold. Every fete had a theme. One, known to Romans as the Ballet of the Chestnuts, was held on October 30, 1501. The indefatigable Burchard describes it in his Diarium. After the banquet dishes had been cleared away, the city’s fifty most beautiful whores danced with the guests, “first clothed, then naked.” The dancing over, the “ballet” began, with the Pope and two of his children in the best seats. Candelabra were set up on the floor, scattered among them were chestnuts, “which”, Burchard writes, “the courtesans had to pick up, crawling between the candles.” Then the serious sex started. Guests stripped and ran out onto the floor, where they mounted, or were mounted by, the prostitutes. “The coupling took place,” according to Burchard, “in front of everyone present.” Servants kept score of each man’s orgasms, for the Pope greatly admired virility, and measured a man’s machismo by his ejaculative capacity. After eveyone was exhausted, His Holiness distributed prizes- cloaks, boots, caps, and fine silken tunics. “The winners”, the diarist wrote, “were those who made love with the courtesans the greatest number of times.”

About the Pope and his daughter, Lucrezia: “His daughter had just turned seventeen and was at the height of her beauty. We now know that he was, in fact, her lover. ..Here, however, the tale darkens. Romans had scarcely absorbed the news that the father lusted for his daughter when they learned even more. Lucrezia was said to be unavailable to her father because she was already deeply involved in another incestuous relationship, or relationships- a triangular entanglement with both her handsome brothers. The difficulty, it was whispered, was that although she enjoyed coupling with both of them, each, jealous of the other, wanted his sister for himself.

On the morning of June 15, 1497, Juan Borgia’s corpse was found floating in the Tiber mutilated by nine savage dagger wounds.

“Borgia’s enjoyment of the flesh was enhanced when the woman beneath him was married, particularly if he had presided at her wedding. Breaking any commandment excited him, but he was partial to the seventh. As priest he married Rosa to two men. She may have actually slept with her husbands from time to time- since Borgia always kept a stable of women, she was allowed an occasional night off to indulge her own sexual preferences- but her duties lay in his eminence’s bed. Then, at the age of fifty nine, he yearned for a more nubile partner. His parting with Rosa was affectionate. Later he gave her a little gift- he made her brother a cardinal.”


http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_do_you_enable_Registry_Editing_again_if_it_has_been_disabled_by_your_administrator

Enable registry editor(regedit):

First Method:

Click Start -> Run -> gpedit.msc -> User Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> System -> Prevent access to registry editing tools -> Right Click Properties -> Set it to Not Configured.

Second Method:

Click Start -> Run. Type this commands in Run box and press Ok.

REG add HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionPoliciesSystem /v DisableRegistryTools /t REG_DWORD /d 0

Then a prompt will come up with this question: Value DisableRegistryTools exists, overwrite (Y/N)? Type yes and hit Enter.

After u did that also type this command in the run box and hit enter.

REG add HKLMSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionPoliciesSystem /v DisableRegistryTools /t REG_DWORD /d 0

Then it will also come up with the question: Value DisableRegistryTools exists, overwrite (Y/N)? Type yes and hit Enter.

Third Method:

STEP1. Disable as much as you can from your startup. Remove programs from your startup folder and such, so as not to lag down the bootup process.

STEP2.Create a new shortcut on your desktop, point it to “C:Windowsregedit.exe”

STEP3.Log off, then log back on.

STEP4.As soon as you see your desktop, double click on the shortcut. The system does not check for policies until a few seconds after it booted up. If you click on the icon fast enough, it should let you get in.

After you close it though, it will not open unless you redo step 3 and 4.

Fourth Method:

Getting into the registry editor by making a vbs script in notepad:

STEP1. Open Notepad and copy this script into it. And save it as regtool.vbs on your desktop.

VBS SCRIPT(select everything and copy into notepad and save as regtool.vbs):

Option Explicit
‘Declare variables
Dim WSHShell, rr, rr2, MyBox, val, val2, ttl, toggle
Dim jobfunc, itemtype
On Error Resume Next
Set WSHShell = WScript.CreateObject(“WScript.Shell”)
val = “HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionPoliciesSystemDisableRegistryTools”
val2 = “HKLMSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionPoliciesSystemDisableRegistryTools”
itemtype = “REG_DWORD”
jobfunc = “Registry Editing Tools are now “
ttl = “Result”
‘reads the registry key value.
rr = WSHShell.RegRead (val)
rr2 = WSHShell.RegRead (val2)
toggle=1
If (rr=1 or rr2=1) Then toggle=0
If toggle = 1 Then
WSHShell.RegWrite val, 1, itemtype
WSHShell.RegWrite val2, 1, itemtype
Mybox = MsgBox(jobfunc & “disabled.”, 4096, ttl)
Else
WSHShell.RegDelete val
WSHShell.RegDelete val2
Mybox = MsgBox(jobfunc & “enabled.”, 4096, ttl)
End If

STEP2. Open regtool.vbs And there you go!

The Vbs Script workes Perfect

Good answers, I can totally screw with the school system now YAY!!

You can restore all the following!! right click desktop,taskbar properties,control panel, map otions, see hidden files and folders, run command, command prompt, registry editor, security center, task manager, system restore, NO acces to harddrive. No premission to intsall software NO acces to internet unless teacher puts it on with internettool :s And there is even a manual lock on the usb input of the computers !!


Most of us want to be happy. Happiness is relative, and is a feeling such as contentment, satisfaction, pleasure, or joy, but generally takes the form of fulfillment by acquiring plentiful of ones desires. These desire are without limit and can take the form of physical earthly possessions (usually manifested by money), knowledge, power and respect, marriage, carrier, physical exercise, winning (in deadly wars, politics, games and sports), food, shelter, religion, sexual exploits, and the list is endless. This happiness can be summed up in human security, which is freedom from fear and want.

Sadly, most of this happiness is short lived, in our quest for more as we shift our goals and our needs become more complex and perverted.

Happiness is not a destination, but a process. The more minutes you are happier in an hour, the more days you will be happier in a month, the happier you will be generally. Doing what is right today, and taking each day as it comes can achieve happiness.

The following are my main obstacles to happiness:-

  1. The direction of Kenyan politics. Peace order, and good governance, liberty, equality and fraternity should be part of what we all crave for, but it remains a mirage. We hold these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their creator with certain inalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. With the rampant grand corruption, impunity, and lack of a working justice system, the pursuit of happiness remains a mirage.
  2. Un-contentment and comparisons, the urge to be better than all of them. We all have to learn not to compete with others, because no one else is in the contest of being you.
  3. The herd. The big contradiction is we feel good belonging, being part of the herd, yet we still want to be extra-ordinary, exceptional and excellent.
  4. The perpetual loss of my London football club, to which a lot of sleep has been lost, is a major cause of unhappiness.
  5. Lack of an aesthetic nightly company, probable brought about by perfectionism and fear of failure.
  6. Street gangs who make us a terrified lot. They encroach on our liberty by containing our freedom from fear.
  7. Permanent selfish Kenyan souls, politicians, policemen, civil servants, and all those who have embraced officialdom, and made poor service and inefficiency their mantra.
  8. Sleep has been a major cause of unhappiness, both in its abundance, and lack of. The more we sleep, the more unsuccessful we are, yet if we don’t get enough sleep, we tend to under perform.
  9. Inconsistency in whatever we do. If only we would do one thing at a time, do it once, do it right, do it good, then personal improvement would be achieved. Willingness to persist and openness to new ideas is the formula that determines ones success.
  10. Mediocrity and the fear of it. Perfectionism brings about fear of mediocrity, causing someone not to act, hence nothing gets done.
  11. Piety. In the conscious and unconscious urge to practice goodness, how many opportunities do we miss? Which life would yield the most happiness between pious and malevolence? Piety encourages us to top up our trust, but this piety does not necessarily ricochet to happiness.
  12. Procrastination. When I get a feeling to do something, I lie down until the feeling goes away. Such is the sigh of the resigned procrastinator: broken by frustration, unable to catch up, chained by depression and sustained by the simple apathetic response, “I don’t care any more”.
  13. Lack of a better education than my peers

Happiness can be achieved by giving yourself permission to go after what feels good for you. Happiness is created by eliminating the things that get in the way as much as it is by doing what you love. There is no limit to how happy one can be. Optimism is the step before happiness.

In any situation that anyone has ever been in there are always at least two routes. There is a route where things will get better. And one where they’ll get worse.

The person that lives a happier life will choose the happier route more often. The more often they choose that route the happier and more successful they will be.

The person that struggles through life chooses the harder route more often. The more often they choose that route the harder and more miserable they will be.

The route you take all depends on how accurately you can choose your path through life. Everyone has both hardships and opportunities. It’s the ability to spot the opportunities and avoid or minimize the hardships that creates a happier and more successful life.