[cbesl] Best regards from Ukraine !
- Dear participants of the project ,
I hope you will find these links extremely helpful.
Those include: Library of Congress.
the British Library, National Library of France,Internet Libraries and a lot
I wish you all the best.
Senior Lecturer (English & Automated Systems of Translation)
Department Of Interpreters
Kiev State Linguistic University
What do you want to be different in your life? What final
result are you trying to achieve?
In the mid-1950s, a flamboyant but unknown American pianist
had dreams of performing in the Hollywood Bowl. He gathered some
money, rented the Hollywood Bowl on an off night, showed up wearing a
tuxedo and played a full concert on a grand piano to absolutely no
audience at all. Except for the empty hall, he lived his dream. Then
he kept building on that dream until, four years later to the very
night, Liberace performed at the Hollywood Bowl before a capacity,
standing room crowd.
Several years earlier it was Harry Emerson Fosdick who voiced
a new thought about self-transformation. He said, "Hold a picture of
yourself long and steadily enough in your mind's eye and you will be
drawn toward it. Picture yourself vividly as defeated and that alone
will make victory impossible. Picture yourself vividly as winning and
that alone will contribute immeasurably to success. Great living
starts with a picture, held in your imagination of what you would like
to do or be."
Liberace had one major goal at first -- the Hollywood Bowl. He
held that picture in his mind then acted as if he had already achieved
it, and it came to pass. These are two necessary steps to achieving
any result, regardless how big or small: hold a picture of the dream
in your mind and act as if it were already so.
It is especially true in the area of self-transformation.
Whether you want to overcome shyness, kick a habit, find a fulfilling
relationship or achieve a long-held dream, the process is the same.
Picture it in your mind then act as if you were already
self-confident, or as if you were already free from the habit, or as
if you were perfectly capable of growing that fulfilling relationship.
Don't be surprised if the results are remarkable!
Steve Goodier, publisher of Your Life Support System