Learning is part of life. Since we were born, we have been on a journey of learning. When we were kids, we learned that knowledge will only come if we went to school, obtained high degrees and worked hard to be the best. We thought learning stopped once you got your university degree. By then, you would know everything. Continue reading
Have you ever woke up one morning and realized you are living in a fantasy? Have you ever felt that life is but a stage? Have you ever wondered: the things you have come to believe in, the people you have come to be attached to and the life you live; are all the mere thoughts and wishes you have in your mind – to make it all real? I wonder this sometimes. Continue reading
Let me take you on a journey of discovery in a world full of wonders, a world full of connections. I share with you a very strong word that has shaped my life in many ways. Continue reading
Upon a reader’s request, I am writing about this topic. I will share with you my own thoughts. Feel free to comment.
Confrontation is like a sword with two edges; it can clear up any misunderstandings and clears the air or it can create more conflict and the issue may escalate to a worse level. Continue reading
How many times have we heard the saying ‘Never say Never’ and how many times have we said: “I will never …. ” And let us now count, out of all the times we said ‘never’, how many of them we actually ended up doing or feeling or experiencing whatever it is we said NEVER to. Continue reading
What a very serious topic!! One that we all have talked about at some point in our lives. One that we experience from birth till the day we die. Trust is part of our daily lives. It can make us or it can break us. Trust at the end of the day is a choice. As much as it is a feeling, it is also a thought. Whether we trust or do not trust – it is up to us how we want to live our lives.
Here is a question for you: What is trust?? Continue reading
It is with certainty that I say we all experienced a ‘first’ at some point in our lives. No one escapes his/her ‘first’. Continue reading