Desires

Is it wrong to desire? Desiring can be for many things including but not limited to: food, sex, finest materials (clothes, shoes, cars, houses … Etc). Is there a fine line we reach when our desires turn into obsessions? Is there a good desire and a bad desire?  Who decides?? Let’s think.  Continue reading

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Author: Joseph Conrad

Book: Heart of Darkness

Year: 1899

Quote: “I don’t like work – no man does – but I like what is in the work – the chance to find yourself. Your own reality – for yourself not for others — what no other man can ever know. They can only see the mere show, and never can tell what it really means.”

Book Quote #11

It is all about the method 

“It’s not what you say, it’s how you say it.”  A very well-known statement we heard time and time again. And as we go through life, the meaning of those words become more apparent. It may sound as a cliché. But the context is ever true. And as life takes us on many excursions, we get to apply what we know. It is about the method in the end.  Continue reading

You Can’t Break Me – POEM BY: Rania F. E.

 

You can’t break me, even if you tried

I’m not to be broken no matter the sign

I talk from the heart, not from pride

Love my dear is the bottom line

I fear no more, I will not hide

Whether you like me or not I am fine

Try to change me, I won’t abide

This is your war, it is not mine

My existence is humbly fortified

You can’t break me, no matter how you tried.

 

Rania F. E.

I Know I AM

Just because I have shown my strength doesn’t mean I can’t have moments of weakness. Just because I am showing resilience doesn’t mean I can’t fall apart sometimes. Who said you can’t have both at the same time. Who said there was a wrong or right for being weak or losing your balance for a while. It’s totally fine. Continue reading

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Author: Jules Verne

Book: Journey to the Centre of the Earth

Year: 1871

Quote: “As long as the heart beats, as long as body and soul keep together, I cannot admit that any creature endowed with a will has need to despair of life.”

Book Quote #10