Over the past few days, I have been reflecting on some events that took place recently and in the past and I couldn’t help but have these persisting thoughts. These thoughts provoked a series of revelations and deep understanding for a subject that holds a dear place in my heart. These thoughts revolve around being a giver and the extent of giving, the rewards of it or lack of it, nonetheless. With these thoughts and analysis, I come to a conclusion that turned into yet another valuable lesson in my life. And so I share it with you today. Continue reading
Some people find themselves in a place where they ask themselves: how did I get here? And why did I do this to myself? Did I do the right thing? And where do I go from here? These questions you ask yourself when you realize you have come at a cross road and you need answers to your current state. It’s not like you did not think things through. It’s simply a stage where you reassess your decisions and the path you have taken. You are not surprised one bit, when you find yourself doing the exact same thing, many others like you did. You escaped your reality that didn’t make you happy and you took refuge in chasing a mirage. That is called the sweetest escape.
“You always aim for the bull’s eye, but you don’t always hit it” quoted by an actress during an interview. It made me think. And it caused me to analyze my life yet again. The question I ask myself today: ‘do I live by this principle?’ Continue reading
How many times will I keep going through this? How much more can my heart take? Why do I always end up in the same spot every time? Do I continuously make wrong choices and am I that bad in my judgements? It’s at times like these when I think I know nothing. I think I do, but obviously I don’t. 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
I start by saying, I am writing this article as I am deeply sad and mourning the loss of a family member.
Previously, I have written on this subject and I touched on more than one type of goodbye. Today I dedicate this post to my cousin George – who just passed away two days ago. May he rest in peace and may he be in a place that is deserving for him. Continue reading