Marianne Williamson's book A Year of Miracles, speaks of the ancient Asian philosophy which believes that life isn't a circle but a spiral. Every lesson that has ever been presented to us (which means everything we have ever been through), will come back again, in some form, until we learnt it. And the stakes each … Continue reading You Can’t Ignore The Messages The Universe Is Sending
Too many of us are unhappy with our lives. Also, too many of us are doing nothing to change the parts of our lives that we're unhappy with. We are unhappy but we are comfortable so we rebuke change. We do nothing because it's easier than doing something. Our jobs have become repetitive, stifling and … Continue reading Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Life.
As children, we could not be absent from a Sunday School Service. We were awakened by our Grandmother at an appropriate time to accommodate breakfast, lagging children-like preparation, distribution of each child's offering and our fifteen-or-so minutes' walk. The most difficult parts of being ready were detangling our hair if we hadn't done so the … Continue reading How The Offering Was Reinvested
My life changed the day I changed my thoughts. What are the thoughts you hold about yourself? Those thoughts may be the reason you feel like you're losing. Below are five winning songs for your everyday playlist. Cheers to Life - Voice Toast by Koffee Alive and Well- Voice ft Bishop Anstey High School Choir … Continue reading 5 Winning Songs For Your Playlist
We all have a lot to be grateful for. Yes, we do. As a child, gratitude was our grandmother making shoe purchases for us instead of our mother, who always bought them either too big or too small. Gratitude was also being forgiven by our Grandmother for not detangling our hair after washing it. Before … Continue reading Attitude of Gratitude
My older brother Otis & I have always been very competitive with each other. No, let me correct that. I have always competed with my brother. With our two years age difference, it often seemed like my role was to be better than my brother. As the older sibling, his task was to set the … Continue reading Life Is No Competition
Who would have thought that Simone and I would hang out together? Well, that is exactly what we did. After an appointment, we went to a cosy Mexican spot for brunch. This is the first time we are sitting together to talk about things unrelated to English Literature. We do not discuss the complete works … Continue reading Lessons Beyond The Classroom