In the time when virginity is no longer a big deal and celibacy seems to be impossible, we choose to be the woman who doesn’t follow the norm.
Be like a piezoelectric generator, when people step on you, instead of shutting down, give light and shine bright.
Since today is the International Women’s Day, I am featuring Azhaa. I believe that she is an example of a woman who never allows society to dictate who she is and who will she become.
Friendship goals should be more than just aiming to be with friends during the bright and happy days, but staying with them during the dark and sad times.
We are the women who are not inferior to men, but their equals.
Know the signs, if they aren’t right, forget him girl, he is not into you.
Whatever your perception of love, don’t forget to love yourself, but loving yourself does not mean you have to be selfish.
Good things happen to those who do not expect anything. Just do what you have to do, as long as you are not stepping on others, and it will pay off eventually.
Love… it feels good to love and be loved in return…. It is so good to be in love… to have somebody to hold, to laugh with, to cry with… but what if a once sweet love story has turned into a bitter ending?
Memento mori, a Latin phrase which means “remember that you have to die” or “remember you must die,” or “remember you too will die.”
If you cannot be kind to those who are far away from you, you cannot be kind to those who are near to you. Kindness knows no distance, knows no race, knows no color and knows no religion.
According to the infographic “Why ‘Me Time’ is so Important for Happiness,” having a time for ourselves reboots our brains, helps us unwind, improves our concentration, makes us more productive, gives space for self-discovery, allows time for deep thinking, aids in problem solving and enhances our relationships….