Hope is the opposite to despair as sorrow is to joy. Yet as often as we experience these extremes we cannot afford to do without them. As enticing as a world of positivity and joy sounds How would we be able to comprehend such happiness and comfort without sorrow or pain to contrast it… Read More Balance
Some gaze at the stars looking for answers while others holds hands and pray in silence Regardless of how you choose to pray or lack of what doesn’t change is our ingenuity to overcome the challenges we face. If the esteemed River Ganges, Nile,Yangtze and many others could narrate the story of mankind what kind… Read More Humanity
It takes awhile to understand one’s inner pain and self confession. Whose voice is it that you hear? and which one do you trust? My soul is like a deep abyss which I’ve flung myself into in hopes of better learning who and what I am, and letting go of fear, self-doubt and ignorance.
Eyes that penetrate. Eyes that pierce. Eyes that glow and eyes that understand both pain and joy. Eyes that radiate with warmth and those that glower with coldness. Eyes that are wise and eyes bearing hardships. Eyes can tell us a lot about someone Whether it’s their health, feelings or state of mind. They narrate… Read More Eyes
The sweet taste of knowledge is akin to a kiss between two deprived lovers. The peeling away of my ignorance only to realise the magnitude of my oblivion. What I thought was the bliss of not knowing, was nothing more than floundering in my own death while still living. It was like I was… Read More Pursuit of Knowledge
I learned from my Mother that true strength comes from within and that pretty words and face may fool some people, but what brings people closer to you is the merit of your hard work and integrity.
Trying to understand yourself is a lifelong process sometimes you think you’ve got yourself figured out, but then you meet a new side of yourself that leaves you stunned and surprised. Before I use to take myself seriously, but now I strive for balance and harmony with a mixture of humour and grace. I die… Read More Growth and Changes