Hey everybody,


Today I reached 50 followers and I’m very excited.

I know that may not seem like a huge number because some of you have hundreds of followers, but for me is a big goal and shocking and it seems like there are enjoying my posts. Thanks for following and i will continue making posts daily.

thanks once again!!!

7 reasons to be happy


1. There are people in your life who love and depend on you.

Who are the most important people in your life? Chances are,  If you’re looking for a reason to be happy, this is the place to start. No matter how bad life gets, there will always be someone who loves you unconditionally. Do you think your loved ones want to see you unhappy and miserable? Of course they don’t. So choose happiness for the people who love you. 

 2. Life could change dramatically at a moment’s notice.

The thing about life is it’s completely unpredictable. Any of us could wake up tomorrow and lose our job, lose someone we love or realize we have a life-threatening disease. The point is, you never know. So don’t wait until tomorrow to be happy. Choose happiness today and enjoy every single moment you have.

3. Happy people are more productive.

Who do you think gets more accomplished in an average day? The person who is optimistic, happy, and driven or the person who spends his energy complaining, and complaining about how his life isn’t fair? Happy people, in general, are more productive and are more likely to accomplish their goals than unhappy people.

4. The world needs more happy people.

It seems as if every week we hear about a new tragedy that makes us question the human spirit. Unfortunately, we live in a world where there will inevitably be war, poverty, and destruction. But here’s the thing: good always trumps evil. The actions of one happy person can create a ripple effect that can literally change the world. So be the change you wish to create. Choose happiness.

5. You’re alive.

No matter how sick, tired, sad, or unhappy you are, there’s one thing you can still be grateful for and that’s the fact that you’re still here. People we love leave us unexpectedly on a regular basis. Think about what you would do if you knew this was your last day on earth? Would you spend it brooding and thinking about all the stuff you don’t have? Probably not. You’d make an effort to spend time with those you love most, to relax, laugh and live.

6. Happy people have better relationships.

In most married people are happier than unmarried people. That doesn’t mean you need to be married to attain happiness. What it means is that when you choose to be happy, you’re more likely to have better work relationships and better relationships with friends, family members, and other loved ones.

7. Happy people are healthier.

If you need another reason why you should be happy right now, here’s a good one: research a direct association between health and happiness. Happy people tend to take better care of themselves by exercising more and eating healthier than unhappy folks.

Masdar: The City of The Future


Masdar City will be the most sustainable urban development in the world. Powered by renewable energy, Masdar City combines passive and intelligent design to showcase how an urban environment can accommodate denser populations with fewer resources.


Masdar pursues clean, renewable energy development through two investment vehicles. Masdar Clean Energy builds some of the world’s most sophisticated and commercially driven clean energy projects. With a focus on mature technologies in solar and wind power, Masdar Clean Energy has invested over $1.7bn of equity across projects with a total value over $6.4bn.


Research and Development

Masdar Institute is an independent, graduate-level research university dedicated to advancing renewable energy and sustainable technologies. Anchored by highly specialised labs and a world-class faculty, students at the institute are engaged in the following studies:

Research Themes

-Water, Environment and Health
-Energy Systems
-Micro-systems and Advanced Materials

Project Areas

-Biomass-derived fuels
-Smart-grid applications
-Saltwater desalination
-Energy-efficiency technologies


Consultancy Services

Masdar offers two distinct consultancy services — project management in renewable energy and clean technology, and sustainability integration services.

The integrated project management consultancy of Masdar Special Projects is focused on project delivery aided by business and applications development. The team manages the process from initial client contact and idea generation to project completion and delivery.

Masdar’s sustainability team works on a wide variety of external projects, including consultancy work with other Abu Dhabi government entities such as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Emirates Identity Authority.


The Richest Man In The World

 Bill Gates


William Henry “Bill” Gates, born October 28, 1955, is an American business magnate, entrepreneur, philanthropist, investor, and programmer. At just 20, Bill Gates cofounded Microsoft with his childhood friend Paul Allen. Months before his 31st birthday, the company went public, making Gates a billionaire. He served as CEO of the software titan until 2000 and was its chairman and largest shareholder until 2014. Though he still sits on the company’s board, Gates — whose net worth sits a league above the rest at $87.4 billion — is no longer actively involved in Microsoft.

Gates is not only the richest man in the world, but he’s also the most generous. Since 1999, Gates and his wife have helmed the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, one of the most powerful charities in the world. The foundation — which controls an endowment of more than $40 billion — aims to lift millions of people out of poverty, with a heavy focus on eliminating HIV, malaria, and other infectious diseases. The couple is also working on a plan to bring mobile banking to the 2 billion adults who don’t have a bank account. Also, Gates recently invested alongside Jeff Bezos in Grail, the company that’s creating a blood test to detect every form of cancer.

He’s also cofounder of the Giving Pledge, which he launched in 2010 with good friend and fellow billionaire Warren Buffett as a promise to donate 50% or more of their fortunes.

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