Principles change as the time. Why not? You need to cope up with the new world which defines things in different way than what they used to be. Over the time work is where there have been dramatic changes. What you do, doesn’t matter. What you don’t do, doesn’t matter. What matters is that whatever you do or don’t do should result in success.
We have now got the habit, a very bad habit. This habit is not being used to success, but running after success. We try everything possible and impossible to get closer to success. We forget our principles, instead we change them. The path chosen for the success not necessarily are right paths. We go through the wrong path, get lost in between and then dig a path which lead to right one. It’s like we know the right path but we choose the wrong path in order to taste early success.
While doing all this one thing we forget is the source of success. What is the source of success? Was there a single moment in your life when you asked this question to yourself? I bet that moment doesn’t exist. Fortunately or unfortunately the source of success is known to everyone. We don’t see it. A blanket of nothing covers that source. That source is Happyness.
Happyness is the source of success. When we are happy, there is nothing for us to worry about. Whatever we do at that time works out excellent. Our mind loves happyness and it acts as oxygen to our creativity. When we know the source of anything, we see a definite path towards the source. There is no need to search and go the wrong way.
So don’t worry. Be happy and see yourself closing towards success…. 🙂
Till you get happy…
Paint.NET is an open source, raster graphics editing program for Windows, developed on the .NET Framework. Originally created as a Washington State University student project, Paint.NET has evolved from a simple replacement for the Microsoft Paint program, which is included with Windows, into a powerful editor with support for layers, blending, transparency, and plugins. It is often used as a free, legal alternative to the costly photoshop.
It features an intuitive and innovative user interface with support for layers, unlimited undo, special effects, and a wide variety of useful and powerful tools. An active and growing online community provides friendly help, tutorials, and plug-ins.
* Windows XP (SP2 or later),
or Windows Vista,
or Windows Server 2003 (SP1 or later),
or Windows Server 2008
* .NET Framework 2.0
* 500 MHz processor (Recommended: 800 MHz or faster)
* 256 MB of RAM (Recommended: 512 MB or more)
* 1024 x 768 screen resolution
* 200+ MB hard drive space
* 64-bit support requires a 64-bit CPU that is running a 64-bit version of Windows, and an additional 128 MB of RAM
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Yes. Everything is not free. But most of them is. Well I’m talking about software. Many good softwares are free. When I started using PC it was loaded with many pirated softwares. I too liked some of them and still do. But I’ve tried to find some good free alternative to the paid softwares.
And my love for free softwares got a peak point when I came to know the importance of Open source softwares. Although they have crappy GUI, but they work with great performance.
If you do have some great freewares to mention then just mail me or reply in this category. I’ll review the software if its good.