Vielen Dank, sehr nett von Ihnen – Inspiring gift

Guten tag..

Das wäre mir wirklich sehr lieb.

I wish I could write more in German, I’m sure one day I’d be able to write a very long long sentence to express how much I feel to this inspiring world.. Thank to Volker for this inspiring gift 🙂SNC00073SNC00075SNC00074SNC00072


About Sean Convey

I’m truly inspired by most of his productive idealistic written lines. I wish every Cambodian students have and will have read his books… in order to get inspired and find way to succeed in lives.


Thank a lot Sean 🙂

Sean Covey is Senior Vice President of Innovations and Products at FranklinCovey, a world-renowned organization devoted to helping individuals and organizations achieve greatness. Sean graduated from BYU with a degree in English and later earned his M.B.A. from Harvard Business School. As the starting quarterback for BYU, he led his team to two bowl games and received numerous honors. He is the author of Fourth Down and Life to Go, The 6 Most Important Decisions You’ll Ever Make, and the international bestseller The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens, which has sold over three million copies and was translated into more than fifteen languages.

He is a popular speaker to youth and adult groups on topics such as leadership. Sean’s favorite things include going to movies, eating Mexican food, writing, producing short films, playing with his kids, riding his motorcycle, reading The Far Side comics, and shooting paintballs. He adheres to the common saying, “You’re only young once, but you can be immature forever.” He and his wife, Rebecca, live with their kids in the Rocky Mountains.

Call phones from Gmail

This is the good news for whoever so far as a good fan for Gmail 🙂

Here you go…

Gmail voice and video chat makes it easy to stay in touch with friends and family using your computer’s microphone and speakers. But until now, this required both people to be at their computers, signed into Gmail at the same time. Given that most of us don’t spend all day in front of our computers, we thought, “wouldn’t it be nice if you could call people directly on their phones?”


Starting today, you can call any phone right from Gmail.
Calls to the U.S. and Canada will be free for at least the rest of the year and calls to other countries will be billed at our very low rates. We worked hard to make these rates really cheap (see comparison table) with calls to the U.K., France, Germany, China, Japan—and many more countries—for as little as $0.02 per minute.

Dialing a phone number works just like a normal phone. Just click “Call phone” at the top of your chat list and dial a number or enter a contact’s name.

We’ve been testing this feature internally and have found it to be useful in a lot of situations, ranging from making a quick call to a restaurant to placing a call when you’re in an area with bad reception.

If you have a Google Voice phone number, calls made from Gmail will display this number as the outbound caller ID. And if you decide to, you can receive calls made to this number right inside Gmail (see instructions).

We’re rolling out this feature to U.S. based Gmail users over the next few days, so you’ll be ready to get started once “Call Phones” shows up in your chat list (you will need to install the voice and video plug-in if you haven’t already). If you’re using Google Apps for your school or business, then you won’t see it quite yet. We’re working on making this available more broadly – so stay tuned!
For more information, visit


Call phones from Gmail

Wednesday, August 25, 2010 | 9:40 AM

Posted by Robin Schriebman, Software Engineer

Raindrops on the glass

Stuck and abandon
Thinking to ending
Feel its emptiness
Sense its lonliness
Smell its bitter taste
Endlessly departure
And so depressed
So lost in painful
It’s the raindrops.

Elsewhere to go
Nowhere to stay
No one to share
Nothing can do
Keep rolling down
Going up to down
Down to bottom
Stop the raindrops
So weeping drops
But useless raindrops

Quiters never win, winners never quit

Why it has to be what was not supposed to? Ain’t you have faith in yourself? Faith will move mountains as wise man said…

I’ve been a very weaker for years and always stay in the ocean of tears. I like to cry myself like a river. It’s not easy to make things all up just one day or 10 years. We gotta learn to fail lessons, failures and experiences of downturn make your spirit stronger. If you love someone, you gonna learn to let them go and you have to accept whatever facts, which truly affect your heart and soul. As a matter of fact, I’m not a successful person, yet a misery.. although, you’re someone inspired me in many meaningful way.

I’ve wished for years if you were someone that I long for, and help me through all those sadness, loneliness, emptiness and darkest night, to grow our mutual spirit together. Trust we will make the best ever than the rest. Thank for the good moment we have dreamt of, would treasure somewhere in Hokkaido together one day, not one upon the time..



I was reminded by this song… I had no doubt but to love this song, it’s very inspiration and romantic as well as so sad to go further to the meaning   涙そうそう was always with me, especially when I was driving to 日本語クラス   even though 私の日本語はよくない. Thinking about 北海道 と 私はさくらがすきです



image Nada soso

Turning the pages of old photographs.
I whispered thanks to each and everyone.
Deep in my heart you have come come to live
Sure as the sun to see me through come rain or shine.

However the lay maybe.

You sheltered me with your smile.
However far your memories may have traces of you

I hope to find that you are here I in my tears.

Come rain or shine however the lay may be
you sheltered me with your smile.

But as each memory you faces away.

I’m so alone.

Longing for you

You’re on my mind as I drowned in my own tears

Missing your soul, I’m missing soul.

You’re on my mind as I drowned in my own tears