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?
when the world is against you; when no one believes in you; when you are not appreciated; don’t think that they are rude, they are just being polite to you by not telling you directly to back off.
Trust is such a strong word. It encompasses all kinds of relationships in the world for a healthy and strong relationship is built on trust.
The worst part of waiting is waiting for something that will never come. It is the same thing when one is in love with someone and waiting to be loved back, but the love remains unreciprocated despite the long wait…
Being human is not hard… If you will only learn how to acknowledge your weaknesses and turn them into strengths, to be grateful for what you have and to love yourself.
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.
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?
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.
“A cup in hand, you know it’s worth your while,
A cup in hand, let’s sit and stay for a while,
Let minutes turn into moment,
Let’s sit, let’s talk,
One moment, one Nescafe.”