As I chanced upon my neighbour in the supermarket this morning, her usual cheerful happy countenance had been replaced by a sombre, sad face, and I asked, as I always do, ‘How are you?’ In her soft, quiet tone of voice, barely above an audible whisper, she replied, ‘Not so good’. Living in this busy, […]
Day by day, we so often live our emotions dictated by the reactions and responses of the people around us. We feel hurt when others don’t agree with our point of view, or when someone says something off-hand and thoughtless. We almost always take it upon ourselves to bear the burden of emotion.
When I was a young slip of a child in Primary school, we went through a mad phase of collecting each others autographs. The logic quite defies me now, as we were all going on to the same secondary school mainly, but the excitement of getting someone else to fill in your book with corny […]
I have recently been contemplating the word Work a lot and I have been wondering whether the word work conjures the same mental images for you as it does for me? You see, when I think of the word Work, I think of effort and difficulty and…not so much pain, but certainly not ease.
Whatever the circumstances of your life right now, Believe, no, know that you are PERFECT exactly as you are. For you are not your past, and Your future is yet to be, Be here right now, in this present moment, All is as it is meant to be. If you enjoyed this poem, please do […]
We so very often live our lives in fear of making mistakes, making wrong decision. We seem to have embedded within ourselves this perception that every single choice we make has to be the absolutely correct one. Perhaps it is the nature of the society we live in, dictated to by achievement exams, seemingly final career […]
Before I had a child, I had always been focussed, purposeful, goal-driven. I invariably achieved most of what I had set out to…and yet, and perhaps it is meant to be so, in my parenting journey and subsequently in much of my life since, I have had to learn and re-learn the lessons of ‘letting […]