I feel so sorry for the cynic. His cup is always half empty. If people are nice to him he suspects ulterior motives. When they are not nice, he feels persecuted. Rainbows, sunsets, spring flowers, Kindness, grattitude, compassion. He lets them all slide past Without appreciating their beauty. Cynicism does not let him enjoy his life And sinks him into a morass of despair. Eventually … Continue reading Laughter is the best medicine. Joy is the best therapy.
Do you think the end or the means is more important? Does the end justify the means? I think that this is a bit like asking if the hen comes before the egg or if the egg precedes the hen. In my opinion the ends and the means are both important. Their relative proportion can vary with the individual case. Take the legend of Robin … Continue reading FPQ # 36 : Do you think the end or the means is more important?
QUESTIONS: What makes you laugh? Life. It’s too short to get serious about things. What’s the world coming to? (Credit to Mel of Crushed Caramel…) It is becoming a global village where, thanks to the internet, people can stay connected to those on opposite sides of the globe while being dissociated from those sitting next to them on the living room couch. In … Continue reading Share Your World 8-12-19
My one liner today is a sign that I saw outside a coffee shop at Dubai airport: A yawn is a silent scream for coffee. I am sure all coffee lovers will agree. Written for One Liner Wednesday https://wp.me/p2CQXv-3nS Continue reading One-Liner Wednesday – 14th August 2019
Where is the balance? How does one achieve it? Career vetsus family, Family versus friends. Get up and go, Or going with the flow. Chasing your dreams, Or being realistic. Knowing when to quit Or not taking ‘no’ for an answer. This is one of the most difficult things in life. Finding the balance: how and where? Written for : Stream of Consciousness Saturday … Continue reading How and Where — SoCS Aug 10/19
My one liner today comes from my mother. I was setting out for a holiday and as she said goodbye she told me to: “Enjoy each moment like you will never experience it again in your life.” Upon reflection, I think this philosophy can be applied to our everyday lives too. Badge by Laura @ riddlefromthemiddle.com Written for One Liner Wednesday,a prompt created by Linda … Continue reading One Liner Wednesday 7th August 2019
it wrong to sell store-bought pastries at a bake sale? —‘ Absolutely not! In my book, a bake sale means a sale of baked goodies for fundraising. Nowhere does it stipulate that the confections must be homemade. If you are buying pastries and donating them to the sale the purpose of the event will still be achieved. So if a stint in the kitchen cannot … Continue reading Share Your World 29.5.2019
You are your only limit. Written for: One liner Wednesday, a prompt created by Linda G.Hill Photo by Rashtravardhan Kataria on Unsplash Continue reading One Liner Wednesday 31st July 2019
Spinach is so good for you. It makes the body strong. All of us who grew up watching Popeye the Sailorman cartoons know that. For the unitiated, whenever Popeye needed extra strength (usually to fight a bad guy) he would open a can of spinach and swallow it in one go. Then he would flex his muscles and perform super human feats. I have often … Continue reading “Emotional Spinach”
Sadje, of Keep It Alive has nominated me for this challenge created by Riya Gupta of World of my thoughts She says; Hello friends, nice to meet you all again. All the bloggers at WordPress are friends. Right? No doubt. So, being friends we should know each other. So, here’s a game for all my friends so that we all can know each other better. … Continue reading Wanna know you better