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.
No Woman– You can no longer lay in death with the Conventional…
the evolution / eve-o-lution of human into Being rests with You, can’t you feel it? a sense of the creator Light within you struggling to be *Released
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.
With all the heartaches and distress that I have been through, I learned to love myself more. It is the love for me that allows me to let go of those who do not value me, who do not care me.
Sometimes, losing something means gaining more.
A strong woman is sound. She is rational and has a good judgement. Her intelligence does not merely come from the book, but by her experience in life.
A few years ago, Maldives was just a dream. I could still remember how I spent hours in front of the computer looking at the picturesque photos of Maldives, wishing that someday, I would have the chance to see its beauty for real.
A woman’s worth is not like a piece of meat sold in the market that when it is no longer fresh, the price goes down.
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.
I’m no longer a girl who cried over boys, but the woman who climbs mountains so high.
Fifteen cities, 24 days, one country, one love, a life-changing journey.