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Peace and Love!
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Communication, as we all know, is key to a functioning relationship. Therefore, to keep that flame burning, one need to constantly check up on their partners, friends or those closest to them. I figured out that a text or a call in the morning from a loved one is as essential as breakfast.
You know how the body craves food in the morning after a long fast or sleep at night, so a loved one needs to hear the voice of their partner. This boosts the feeling frequency for the day. The happiness emotion helps kickstart the day on a good note. Just reading a beautiful message from someone you love makes you giggle like a baby. Isn’t it? Now, this act does not only portray courtesy but it shows care, love, and attention. Continue reading
Today, don’t feel bad because your closest friend or a loved one chose to become your enemy. It shows that they are just tired of pretense. It shows that they were never sincere about their friendship or their love.
So, don’t let that bother you for a long time, rather be happy that they showed their true colours and opted out of your life before harm is unleashed. Continue reading
“Create in me a clean heart, O God; and renew a right spirit within me. Cast me not away from thy presence; and take not thy holy spirit from me. Restore unto me the joy of thy salvation; and uphold me with thy free spirit.” Psalms 51:10-12
Lord, I give you praise because, in your wrath, you remembered mercy. I bless you because you did not cast me away forever. Continue reading
My Focus Word For Today Is Dilly-Dallying:
The worst that can happen to a PERSON is not taking a decision. It’s a disaster for anyone to live life through indecisions. Are you always torn between what to say, what to do, how to react, how to move, what to wear, what to eat…? Do you have a big problem weighing options endlessly and tossing between indecisions? When you keep dilly-dallying, you waste too much precious time. It is harmful to be in that state of hesitations and aimless wandering. Continue reading