The more I get to see things in this life, the more I get to learn. Observing people’s behaviors and mannerisms has been a habit of mine for quiet some time. I do it not to judge, although I find myself doing just that – human nature – can’t help myself. But really, I want to understand the whys and how comes. I want to get inside peoples minds and hearts. I want to learn and I want to grow. And ultimately I will share those lessons with you, and maybe you are interested too. Continue reading
“Let your smile change the world but don’t let your world change your smile” ~ Author Unknown
“When life gives you a hundred reason to cry, show life that you have a thousand reasons to smile.” ~ Author Unknown
“Making one person smile can change the world. Maybe not the whole world, but their world.” ~ Author Unknown
Isn’t it funny, we are so quick to judge and tell the person infront of us: “you changed”, that’s when you get the answer: “so have you”. You catch yourself defending saying: “well, you didn’t expect me to stay the same forever!?!”
So why don’t we accept that others will change too!!!
Why are we always quick to point out faults and changes in other people but we don’t see or admit our own! Just a thought.
I’m sure most of us heard of the saying: that too much of anything is not good. Finding the balance has always been our challenge. How often have you found yourself in a situation when too much was happening. The result is you get overwhelmed. At times make mistakes and have poor judgment. Other times get hurt and disappointed. That’s because too much or too little is no good for us. The key is to find the balance. Continue reading
You know how we say: “listening to other people’s problems makes yours not so bad after all”. Well, while other people’s issues may be worse than yours, how does that make your issues any better?! It’s not like it disappears. You still have to deal with it. Just saying.
There is a time to laugh, a time to cry
A time to stand still and watch the world go by Continue reading
How beautiful it is to just watch the children play around. Their behavior and the way they interact with each other is super interesting. It’s funny to watch actually. Sometimes it’s disappointing. But at times a pleasure. You know who was raised properly. You know who is properly educated. And you know who is spoiled.