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Stubborn in nature, he’d finally found a job where his passion feels home: writing. He wakes up fast compared with Rebel and Ace, but fails to catch up late in a pub. Leaving out of account his intolerance for alcohol. Chocolat on the other hand is his best friend, though their love affair is similar to the one of the black widow; in the end, one will be eaten.Stubborn in nature, he’d finally found a job where his passion feels home: writing. He wakes up fast compared with Rebel and Ace, but fails to catch up late in a pub. Leaving out of account his intolerance for alcohol. Chocolat on the other hand is his best friend, though their love affair is similar to the one of the black widow; in the end, one will be eaten.

7 quotes that inspire me to achieve greatness

Posted by on May 13, 2013 in Rainbow | 0 comments

7 quotes that inspire me to achieve greatness

Everyday I get inspired by combinations of words, often quotes, shared by inspiring people who live or have lived on planet Earth. I sometimes wonder whether the words orginate from humans or angels in disguise, because these words truly touch my heart. When this happens, I stop thinking and reflect on my own life for a moment or two… to eventually and high-likely share it with my brothers, parents, girlfriend or friends. To get inspired, I believe, is an amazing adventure! Greatness is a wonderful word with an extraordinary power. I hereby...

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Marbles vision animated (pt. I): True friendship

Posted by on May 8, 2013 in Rainbow | 0 comments

Marbles vision animated (pt. I): True friendship

We envision a world here every human being – yes everyone – is living their dreams, inspiring one another to achieve greatness. We’ve named our vision ‘One good world.’ This vision originates out of three busy minds: Bart, Tom & Roel van Sleeuwen: the founders of Marbles. All well and said, what-does-it-actually-mean? This is a golden question, and to be honest with you: it means so much we can’t picture it by ourselves. The reason why we can’t picture it is very simple: because every human being...

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2 amazing tips to become a great storyteller

Posted by on May 7, 2013 in Rainbow | 0 comments

2 amazing tips to become a great storyteller

Human beings grow up with stories. And approximately everyone will be reading stories to children when they grow older. Everyone has a storyteller inside of them. Stories (or narratives) have been created and shared in every culture across the globe. They function as entertainment, education and often embody moral values. Albert Einstein once quoted: “If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales.” In this video we explain how to become a...

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Why today’s society loses grip on me

Posted by on May 2, 2013 in Rainbow | 0 comments

Why today’s society loses grip on me

Society won’t knock me down. I am happy, being a man with a vision. I foresee a world where everyone lives their dreams without wondering why. They just LIVE. The act of ‘living your dreams’ will transform ‘special and only for courageous and fortunate people’ into ‘normal and part of everyone’s growing up’. In essence everyone knows how to DREAM and how to ACT UPON these dreams. However, today’s society forces them to run most of the time and stop dreaming. People forget to listen to their...

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Tale of happiness: The hungry road to success

Posted by on Apr 27, 2013 in Rainbow | 0 comments

Tale of happiness: The hungry road to success

Once upon a time a young boy came into the shop of his uncle. He wanted to buy a Snickers, yet he couldn’t find it. He looked everywhere until he broke down in tears and sat down on the ground. His uncle heard him crying and grabbed a Snickers from the counter. He walked towards his nephew and smiled while he dropped the Snickers into the young boys’ hands. The boy looked up and started laughing. The morning had begun the same as every other day. Michael was the young boy’s name and he was ‘born the wrong way’ his parents explained...

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How to become a successful singer when you can’t sing

Posted by on Apr 23, 2013 in Rainbow, Rebel | 0 comments

How to become a successful singer when you can’t sing

At Marbles we-love-to-sing. We sing when we drive to work on our bikes, we sing when we get ourselves a cup of tea, we sing after we’ve stepped outside to enjoy a breath of fresh air in our breaks. To sum all our moments of expressing our voices with the world up: we sing when we play! We play all day long… yet, singing is not appropriate when you are having a conversation with someone, nor is it friendly to start singing when you’re at a funeral of your lovers grandmum and most of all singing is not done when you can’t...

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How you can easily use happy thoughts to overcome sadness

Posted by on Apr 17, 2013 in Rainbow | 0 comments

How you can easily use happy thoughts to overcome sadness

Sometimes I have a feeling in my stomach. One that keeps me awake. A feeling of which I know, something… needs to change. No, it’s not being in love, it’s rather the opposite of happiness. It’s called unhappiness: an unhappy feeling. Now, science states a bundle of thoughts causes a feeling. This means that unhappy feelings are caused by unhappy thoughts. That’s good news! Because it means that I can change that unhappy feeling, by thinking happy thoughts! “Come with me to Never Land,” Peter Pan said. – “How do we...

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Tale of happiness: A dark night at the campfire (2/2)

Posted by on Apr 13, 2013 in Rainbow | 0 comments

Tale of happiness: A dark night at the campfire (2/2)

Once upon a time two friends were enjoying a couple of beers in front of their parents house. The moment the thunder break loose they headed inside. Frank, the happy one had shared an insight with Bill, who was the pessimist of the two. Bill had been quiet for half an hour, and remained silent after crashing in the comfortable sofa which invited the two inside with a smile. Frank’s mother shouted out loud that the pancakes were ready to be enjoyed any minute. Frank’s eyes gazed at Bill, awaiting a response which didn’t come, so he...

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Tale of happiness: A dark night at the campfire (1/2)

Posted by on Apr 7, 2013 in Rainbow | 0 comments

Tale of happiness: A dark night at the campfire (1/2)

Once upon a time twenty little children sat down a campfire. It was a very cold saturdaynight  of -13 Celcius degrees. Midnight was about to arrive, yet the children hadn’t experienced what they came for. They were all 13 years of age and characterized by a curious mind. What were they waiting for? It all started 4 days ago, when two young friends; Brian and Michael had an idea. They were keen of adventure and scary stories. They stayed together several nights a month to discover new worlds. Their parents had given them flashlights and...

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5 simple questions to start controlling your life

Posted by on Apr 3, 2013 in Rainbow | 0 comments

5 simple questions to start controlling your life

Seven days ago I shared something very personal with you. Here I shared insights from an interview from myself to… myself. I intended to inspire you, the reader, to play with your own imagination and get lost in the wonderful world of your dreams. Today I am sharing once again some questions and answers designed to make you become familiar with the endless possibilities of your mind, by thinking them over for yourself. Feel free to travel along… What makes you really happy? ‘People who are smiling on the street, in the house, at work and...

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