Forgiving is to leave it all behind, not forget, but it means that you no longer care that it happened.
November 16 is declared as the International Day of Tolerance by the United Nations to promote mutual understanding among cultures and human beings. Today, as the whole world is celebrating the International Day for Tolerance, I am joining the cause.
Have you ever got into a situation when you think that it is the worst time of your life?
How many times you have thought that you are unlucky, unpretty, unintelligent and unworthy of a good life?
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.
Sometimes, we will find ourselves in the middle of choosing between what we think is good for us versus what we think is right for us.
Before I became a teacher, I was a writer; before I was a writer, I was a researcher; before I was a researcher, I was a production assistant, and before I was a production assistant, I was a neophyte trying to build a career in the corporate world.
Sometimes, losing something means gaining more.
People around may break us for a time being. They may try to shatter us into pieces, but as long as we know how to stand firmly on the ground, we will not collapse.